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Vernacolo e venetismi in alcuni poeti nati negli anni Settanta
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Brentane, butui e ‘dar di muso’
Vernacolo e venetismi in alcuni poeti nati negli anni Settanta

Igor De Marchi, Sebastiano Gatto, Piero Simon Ostan

Giovanni Turra    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    

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abstract

In the Nineties and in the early XXIst Century, the rapid changes that changed the appearance of the cities of Veneto and their suburbs infused in public perceptive habits a very rapid propensity to adapt, imposing a distracted and calm habituation. Some data often indecipherable and between them contradictory were added to each other, producing a living and verbal structure increasingly blurred. As it regards those dyscrasias between the present of that time and a still recent past, Igor De Marchi, Sebastian Gatto and Piero Simon Ostan offered with their verses a privileged survey method, able to act within the landscape as a memory indicator.

Keywords: Self-translations. Italian vernacular poetry. Language/dialect relationship.

Language: it

Submitted: Oct. 20, 2016   Accepted: Feb. 13, 2017   Published: Aug. 2, 2017  

permalink: http://doi.org/10.14277/1724-188X/QV-5-1-16-6

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