"Una espressione letteraria". L'Italia in versi da Petrarca a d'Annunzio

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[automatically translated] If you occurrences of 'Italy' theme in the Italian literary tradition, it should perhaps provide for a Borges outcome: virtually all Italian literature has to do, albeit in ways and different measures, with the national question wanted to decline with alacrity manic. More reasonably, more modestly, this anthology offers a compendium of poems that helped codify and pass on that notion of 'Italian' with which this day, albeit with some difficulty, we continue to have to do. From the vast repertoire of poems dedicated to the nation, it was decided to select some of the less frequented, except those so to speak indispensable (Petrarch, Leopardi, Mameli ...). Presiding over to their organization, as well as a diachronic trends for each of the three sections,
Original languageItalian
Number of pages129
ISBN (Print)9788898007547
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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NameLe Drizze

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