Ungaretti


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Ungaretti

Giuseppe . 1888--1970, Italian poet, best known for his collection of war poems Allegria di naufragi (1919)
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Je connais un pays / ou le soleil engourdit / meme le scorpions // seul la s'est endormi/ cet agneauloup // seul me serait etranger / au climat / de la mort / cet agneauloup / en exil / partout (Ungaretti, 2009: 403) I know a country / where the sun numbs / even the scorpions // alone, over there the wolflamb / fell asleep // alone, I would feel foreign / toward the atmosphere / of death / this wolflamb / everywhere / in exile (my translation) The power that incapacitates the scorpion is echoed in "La risata dello Dginn Rull" [The Laughter of the Dginn Rull], which describes the landscape of Mecs, a stretch of land on the western outskirts of Alexandria where Ungaretti's friends, the brothers Jean-Leon and Henri Thuile, lived:
Among the several instances, perhaps a crucial one is "Sul San Michele (Gaddus, 4 luglio 1917)," a poem on a historically important battle field of the Great War (one thinks also of Giuseppe Ungaretti's poem "Sono una creatura," in what is now L'allegria), which reads like a page from a diary and that Gadda himself, in 1933, indicates as written in 1919.
Siamo quindi agli antipodi della scelta di Ungaretti, che dalla "congestione" del cadavere senza nome, in Veglia, traeva un'energia etica volta a trascendere la contingenza del conflitto.
In the commentary to the Canzone the idea of memory, through which Ungaretti nurtures so much of his poetry, at least from L'Allegria to La Terra Promessa, evolves into at least three fundamental concepts: the opposition between "effimero" and "eterno" (inherited through Baudelaire); "reminiscenza;" and "prima imagine." All three concepts immediately reveal the Platonic mark.
Peter Wifler has practiced law since 1986 and joined Salvi, Salvi & Wifler in 1990 after working at the Chicago law firm Ungaretti & Harris.
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LaBant has more than 27 years of experience, primarily at law firms such as Ostrow Reisin Berk & Adams, Fuchs & Roselli Ltd., and Ungaretti & Harris LLP.
In questo circolo culturale, dove si organizzano mostre e vengono lette poesie e opere teatrali, Bernari comincia a sperimentarsi "poeta" rapportandosi in particolare all'esperienza ermetica di Ungaretti e a Montale.
Com efeito, Traduzione, transcreazione, saggi avulta ainda mais pelo fato de que muitas das questoes oferecidas ao publico italiano por Andrea Lombardi e Gaetano d'Itria tem como tematica principal a difusao de autores do canone italiano, como Dante, Giacomo Leopardi ou Giuseppe Ungaretti. O rigor de tal desafio intercultural e confirmado pela participacao no volume de dois intelectuais italianos de renome, como Umberto Eco--cuja contribuicao constitui um dos ultimos textos antes do falecimento--e Piero Boitani, professor titular de Literatura comparada na Universita "La Sapienza", de Roma, que assinalam respectivamente a importancia do volume na introducao e na contracapa da publicacao.
In Rome, she met Giuseppe Ungaretti, who translated parts of her first novel, and Giorgio de Chirico who painted her portrait.
There was an extraordinary Hermetic poet, Giuseppe Ungaretti.' Giuseppe Ungaretti, with Eugenio Montale, is the most celebrated of 20th-century Italian poets.
Although the respondents to the survey were overwhelmingly French, they included two foreign writers: Giuseppe Ungaretti and Knut Hamsun.