Twentieth Century and Surroundings
Grilli in Catalonia
This volume celebrates the closing of the long and prolific academic career of Giuseppe Grilli, whose long and fruitful path in the study of Catalan literature produced several illuminations and troballes. It develops on the ambition of recalling this path through the testimonies of a life made up of affective and literary relationships: on the one hand, the memory of friends, pupils, poets; on the other hand, the diachronic development of the topics on which the most important strands of study of the second part of the 20th century were articulated. The comparison of the classics and the historiography of criticism, Italian translations and research on the Catalan Baroque are some of the Grillian themes presented here in their most topical approaches, together with the creative contributions of Manuel Foraster, Pere Gimferrer and Narcís Comadira.
Curial e Güelfa • Yxart • Francesc Fontanella • Baroque • History of literature • Anniversary • Diachronic Linguistics • Francesc Vicent García • Giuseppe Grilli • Early Modern Age • Tirant lo Blanc • History of Medieval Philosophy • Nature and writing • Catalan Literature • Medieval and Renaissance Catalan Literature • Regeneracionism • Italian Literature • Re-translation • Catalan literature of the Middle Ages • Symbolic transfiguration • Fortune • Poetic language • Experience of reality • Carnation Revolution • Criticism • Poetry • Grilli • Phraseology • Postmodernism • Translation • Catalan culture • Iberianist Portuguese League • Bernat Metge • Anthology • Corpus Linguistics • Contemporary Catalan literature • Twentieth Century • Narcís Comadira • Cultural contest • Digital Humanities • Humanism • Literary criticism • Count Arnau • Comparative literature • Poetical intentions • Iberianism • Maragall • Collocations • Ramon Llull • Don Quijote • Tableaux • Solitude