[automatically translated] The analysis is initially focused on the programmatic intentions F. Milo Guggino, author of a historical novel, Moon and Perollo ie the Sciacca Case, published in 1845. Maria Di Giovanna tracks down some signs of poetic provided by Milo Guggino in which the writer it gives visibility to his 'pact' with the reader, making it clear that, in relation to the history-invention report, he prefers to consistently restrict the spaces of inventive freedom. The critical investigation so tests the concrete applications of this novel project. Among the various aspects of the novel, designed by Di Giovanna, a consistent survey then assumes the relationship with the historical sources: analyzed as a range of solutions (from addiction times when Milo Guggino follows minutely, even with rewriting process, especially an eighteenth century monograph by F. Savage moments of interpretive authority that leads to correct certain assessments of historians). Ample space is also dedicated to the vision of History and the author's strategy aimed alle'educazione readers policy. And it is also touched on the issue of competitive re-use of thematic material Manzoni and guerrazziani; and it is not overlooked the linguistic aspect of the text.
|Title of host publication||Il romanzo e la storia. Percorsi critici|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|