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Memoria dannunziana dell’Abruzzo nella ’prigione dorata‘




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Giuseppe Papponetti    

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Abruzzo, d’Annunzio’s native region, represents a constant element in the production of the Italian writer. A series of textual patterns reveals how much Abruzzo was present in d’Annunzio’s existence and creativity. In Maia,, the first book of the poems Laudi, the poet retrieves his native familial reality; in Comento meditato a un discorso improvviso (A considered commentary on a sudden speech) the regional identity (the abruzzesità) is contextualized in important details; in Libro segreto the native region is not just a landscape described with an impressionistic touch, but the centre of the author’s emotions.

Lingua: it

permalink: doi.org/10.14277/2421-292X/456

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