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Fantasmi della trilogia: scrittura/canto/corpo


Paolo Puppa    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia     ORCID iD


 The paper retraces Nane Oca’s trilogy identifying different structures in the narration and focusing especially on the presence of the body. This component evidences itself particularly through the theme of eros, an overwhelming pantheistic force that permeates nature – and which each character naturally experiences. Eventually, the author suggests some potential readings, which might have constituted a source for the narration.

Lingua: it

keywords: Writing. Singing. Body.

permalink: doi.org/10.14277/6969-079-2/QV_SR-2-8

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