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D’Annunzio e l’Adriatico 

Dal brigantino Irene all’irredentismo

Cristina Benussi    Università di Trieste, Italia    

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The irredentism of Gabriele d’Annunzio intends to incorporate in a unique country the numerous cities founded by Venice in Istria and Dalmazia. The aim is to recognize the relationships  established by the poet with politicians, novelists, and other person in Trieste, before World Word I and after its conclusion with the ‘march to Fiume’. Commentaries on d’Annunzio’s poems, novels, letters, speeches and so on, and also on those produced by many people he was speaking to in Trieste, prove the deep bond between literature and friendship.

Pubblicato
31 Ottobre 2015
Accettato
04 Gennaio 2016
Presentato
04 Settembre 2015
Lingua
IT

Keywords: LiteratureSeaWarFriendshipIrredentism

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