D’Annunzio e Venezia negli studi di Guy Tosi
In studies, more than forty, that the French academic Guy Tosi has dedicated to his favorite Italian author, Gabriele d’Annunzio, between 1942 and 1987, the name «Venice» appears many times. First, Venice is the city where d’Annunzio met French writers and artists: his translator Georges Hérelle, the musician Claude Debussy, the writer Maurice Barres, the dancer Ida Rubinstein. Secondly, Venice is associated primarily to the novel Il Fuoco that Guy Tosi has studied in numerous papers. Retracing these studies, importants also for the discovery of many previously unpublished documents (especially correspondences), this paper aims to highlight the main contribution of the French academic about contacts and reminiscences of French literature in the work of d’Annunzio.