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Joan Maragall secondo Giuseppe Grilli

Francesco Ardolino    Universitat de Barcelona, Espanya    



Grilli’s interpretation of Joan Maragall − the poet who has been purported to be a symbol of Catalan Modernism − is a kaleidoscopic study of literature, art and music. Nonetheless, it maintains an internal coherence over the course of the Grilli’s critical reading and thinking. His maragallian analysis are organized in three points: the Montale’s translations of the «Cant Espiritual»; the vision of a reloaded mythology in an urban dimension (Count Arnau) and, finally, the shrinkage of the Odissean character’s value in Nausica.

keywords: Maragall. Grilli. Count Arnau. Contemporary Catalan literature. Fortune.

Language: it

Submitted: July 27, 2016   Accepted: Sept. 12, 2016   Published: Dec. 2, 2016  
permalink: http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-124-9/RiB-3-9

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