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Poems By Cherisophos de Bergerac
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Christopher is that kind of author endangered: he may exthume the style and the emotions that only the accursed poets (poète maudit) could do. This poems collection, made for the famale... More > audience, offers a praise to the woman in two different lenguages. The italian, with the sweet pronuntiation, accompany the complex rhythmic of the texts, making a mix of tastes.< Less
Poems By Cherisophos de Bergerac
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Cherisophos is that kind of author endangered: he may exthume the style and the emotions that only the accursed poets (poète maudit) could do. This poems collection, made for the famale... More > audience, offers a praise to the woman in two different lenguages. The italian, with the sweet pronuntiation, accompany the complex rhythmic of the texts, making a mix of tastes.< Less
Poems By Matilda Betham
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Poems for the Hazara (ISBN 978-0983770824)(ISBN 978-0983770862) is a multilingual poetry anthology and a collaborative poem composed of the works of one hundred twenty five internationally recognized... More > poets from sixty-eight countries. Poems in this book are in English, Spanish, Catalan, Japanese, Norwegian, Turkish, Hazaragi, Italian, Greek, German, Irish, Hebrew, Romanian, French, Armenian, Hungarian and Portuguese. All non-English poems have been translated into English. “Poems for the Hazara” includes the poetry anthology and a collaborative poem (Collaborative poetry) featuring contributions from 23 international poets. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poems_for_the_Hazara Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Poems By Christina Georgina Rossetti
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Poems for the Hazara (ISBN 978-0983770824)(ISBN 978-0983770862) is a multilingual poetry anthology and a collaborative poem composed of the works of one hundred twenty five internationally recognized... More > poets from sixty-eight countries. Poems in this book are in English, Spanish, Catalan, Japanese, Norwegian, Turkish, Hazaragi, Italian, Greek, German, Irish, Hebrew, Romanian, French, Armenian, Hungarian and Portuguese. All non-English poems have been translated into English. “Poems for the Hazara” includes the poetry anthology and a collaborative poem (Collaborative poetry) featuring contributions from 23 international poets. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poems_for_the_Hazara Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
French Alps and Italian Roads By Audrey Rey
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French Alps and Italian Roads is the second book of poetry written by Audrey Rey. The author continues her tradition of poems that are in their core honest and impulsive. The romantic aspect is... More > placed in the atmosphere of French glaciers and Italian highways, accompanied by the full flavors of wine.< Less
French Alps and Italian Roads By Audrey Rey
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French Alps and Italian Roads is the second book of poetry written by Audrey Rey. The author continues her tradition of poems that are in their core honest and impulsive. The romantic aspect is... More > placed in the atmosphere of French glaciers and Italian highways, accompanied by the full flavors of wine.< Less
Under Italian Skies By Janet Lee Butler
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Janet Butler’s chapbook, “Under Italian Skies”, gathers poems written over a six year period, some while living in Italy, others written through the softening lens of memory. They... More > express her deep love for the land, its art, its ghosts ever there beside us, whether we walk the many-peopled streets of Rome, or meander a drowsy, hill-top village. Italy, in its magnificence, attests to a past, always present.< Less
Macchina. Poems By Erminia Passannanti
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THIS IS A NEW TRANSLATION OF THE POETRY COLLECTION "MACCHINA" BY ITALIAN POET, ERMINIA PASSANNANTI
Canti. Selected Poems By Giacomo Leopardi
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Selected Poems by Giacomo Leopardi. (16 poems in the English Translation) Leopardi’s Canti were written in 1835. This collection of lyric poetry is considered one of the most significant works... More > of Italian literature. The order of the poems here published in the English translations by Alan Marshfield, Tim Chilcott, A. S. Kline, and Frederick Townsend, does not follow their original position within the structure of Leopardi’s Canti. The 16 poems here published are the most valuable versions from Leopardi’s Canti, available in the English language. Giacomo Leopardi, (born June 29, 1798, Recanati, Papal States—died June 14, 1837, Naples), Italian poet, scholar, and philosopher whose outstanding scholarly and philosophical works and superb lyric poetry place him among the great writers of the 19th century. Leopardi has aestheticized the theme of metaphysical contemplation and placed emphasis on 'hope' as a fulcrum for all art, the fall of which is anathema to the ego and for the World.< Less
Franco Fortini - 10 poems By Erminia Passannanti
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Franco Fortini was the pseudonym of Franco Lattes (September 10, 1917 - November 28, 1994), an Italian poet, writer, translator, essayist, literary critic and Marxist intellectual. From 1976, he... More > occupied the Chair of Literary Criticism at the University of Siena. During this period, he had considerable influence on younger generations in search of social and intellectual change. He is considered one of the most important intellectuals of the Italian New Left. He died in Milan in 1994. Fortini's work bears connections with Sartre, Brecht, Barthes and Lukács. He translated works by Goethe, Brecht, Simon Weil, Milton, Proust, Kafka, Eluard, Frénaud, Flaubert, Gide and several others.' Erminia Passannanti has a doctorate in Italian Literature from the University College London (London, UK), where between 1999 and 2004 she conducted research on the work of Franco Fortini. She is poet, literary critic and translator.< Less