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Enciclopedia dei poeti italiani contemporanei (?)

ISBN: 9788859125686 (?) or 8859125685, in italian

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Category: Libri
Data from 02/20/2017 16:41h
ISBN (alternative notations): 88-591-2568-5, 978-88-591-2568-6

Enciclopedia dei poeti italiani contemporanei (?)

ISBN: 9788859125686 (?) or 8859125685, in italian, Aletti Editore, New

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Enciclopedia dei poeti italiani contemporanei, edito da Aletti Editore. La nuova edizione dell'Enciclopedia dei poeti italiani contemporanei, che segue le due edizioni già editate in precedenza dalla Aletti Editore (la prima nel 2003 e la seconda nel 2009), si propone come una sorta di inventario che raccoglie alcune tra le voci poetiche presenti nel panorama attuale, fornendo un approfondimento su ogni autore, comprendente un estratto della produzione poetica e la nota biografica. È un tomo con una differente finalità, rispetto ad esempio alle antologie poetiche che raccolgono testi di autori vari, perché è teso a investigare l'unicità e la sensibilità degli autori presenti, unendo ai versi - che testimoniano la peculiarità artistica con le preferenze in fatto di tematiche e stili - i particolari del loro vissuto e i dettagli biografici, per una panoramica più completa al fine di raccontare meglio la complessa condizione della poesia di oggi. Ecco, allora, che può tornare utile, ai fini di una maggiore conoscenza di questa comunità , riconoscibile come tale proprio perché unita dal comune vincolo della poesia, soffermarsi sulle particolarità di ognuno, sul rapporto che ciascuno singolarmente intrattiene con quest'arte, affinché, sommate le specificità, si componga lo specchio che rifletta la complessità dei nostri tempi. (dalla prefazione di Caterina Aletti)
Seller order number: 9788859125686
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Category: Media / Libri/Letterature / poesia
Data from 02/20/2017 16:41h
ISBN (alternative notations): 88-591-2568-5, 978-88-591-2568-6
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