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Anthony Barnett's InExperience and UnCommon Sense in Translation

Allardyce Book ABP http://www.abar.net

This lecture on translation delivered at Meiji University, Tokyo, in May 2002, has been lightly revised and is prefaced with a new note updating references. 576 more words

Essays

Giuseppe Ungaretti

“Su un oceano
di scampanelii
repentina
galleggia un’altra mattina”
(Giuseppe Ungaretti)
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Vita

Giuseppe Ungaretti

“Balaustrata di brezza per appoggiare stasera la mia malinconia”
(Giuseppe Ungaretti, Stasera – L’Allegria, 1916)
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Giuseppe Ungaretti

Sunday Italian Poem: Mattina 'Morning' (1917)

Giuseppe Ungaretti was a leading representative of the Hermeticism school of poetry, which believed that punctuation should be erased, meaning obscured, words reduced to essentials and compositions be as brief as possible.   62 more words

Italy

"Vigil" by Giuseppe Ungaretti

Here is my adaptation of “Veglia,” a short poem by the Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti. The poem was translated into English by Marco Sonzogni and Ross Woods, two professors at Victoria University of Wellington, in New Zealand. 93 more words

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