Ungaretti


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Ungaretti

(Italian uŋɡaˈretti)
n
(Biography) Giuseppe (dʒuˈzɛppe). 1888–1970, Italian poet, best known for his collection of war poems Allegria di naufragi (1919)
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(Ungaretti, 2009: 201) I saw you, Alexandria, / Crumbly over your ghostly foundations / Become memory / In a suspended embrace of lights.
The article touches upon Gadda's own poems and his own critical interventions on poetry, while focusing on his fellow poets (Ugo Betti, Bonaventura Tecchi, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Salvatore Quasimodo, Leonardo Sinisgalli, besides the afore-mentioned D'Annunzio and Montale).
Other writers focused on their contemporaries: Ungaretti on Ginsberg, Milosz on Pasternak, Guillen on Valery.
The track Clear Sky is preceded by Catrin's reading of one of her favourite poems, Clear Sky - July 1918 by Giuseppe Ungaretti, translated by Patrick Creagh.
Se Ungaretti si limitava ad esprimere uno scarno quanto esplicito apprezzamento, (7) Primo Conti scriveva in questi termini a Giuseppe Raimondi: "Ho letto nelle mie lunghe ore di noia il Kobilek di Soffici, e l'ho trovato bello, pieno di un calore vasto che si assoda in blocchi di commossa umanita.
Tempo e Tempi, including "Tempo e tempi," "Ed e subito sera," "Oboe sommerso," "Una colomba," "Godimento," "I' Arno a Rovezzano," (.`Uno (from `Proverbi')," and "Segreto del poeta." Texts by Eugenio Mon tale, Salvatore Quasimodo, and Giuseppe Ungaretti. Soprano and ensemble.
Lorri Ungaretti's SAN FRANCISCO'S SUNSET DISTRICT (0738528625) also deserves repeated mention for its outstanding gathering of vintage photos compiled by a Sunset historian and tour guide.
This is an important statement that Ungaretti writes regarding the philosophical thought grounding his poetic work: it is a precise and final statement, even though offered parenthetically in the context of his fourth and last lecture delivered at Columbia University in May 1964.