Impasse relazionale e solipsismo in "Con gli occhi chiusi" e altri saggi tozziani

Giuseppe Saja

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[automatically translated] The book gives an account of a long work attendance of Federigo Tozzi (1883-1920), read in the light of that investigative perspective, especially by Aldo Rossi and Marco Marchi studies on, it favored the reconstruction of cultural education the Sienese writer and the identification of its scientific culture, not superficial, having as reference balance the thought of the American psychologist William James. It was our wish to follow this analytical Directive for better exegesis of tozziani texts taken into consideration, especially with eyes closed, and then, without compromising them or to them overlap. The first study analyzes the significant presence of William James and Henri Bergson in the work of Tuscan writer; while the second work explores the perceptual expressionism and formal innovations that characterize the narrative of the author of Siena and above With eyes closed. Of this novel, the latest essay proposes a reading that tends to point out that the size of the lack of communication and misunderstanding produces relational impasse manifested in the progressive and increasingly absolute solipsism of the characters of the story, with the consequent 'blindness' of the subjects in respect of their fellows.
Original languageItalian
PublisherSalvatore Sciascia
Number of pages109
ISBN (Print)88-8241-353-8
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

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