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Roman Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) (Italian Edition) (udgave 2001)

af Pier Paolo Pasolini (Forfatter), Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Oversætter)

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The Italian film-maker Pier Paolo Pasolini was first and always a poet--the most important civil poet, according to Alberto Moravia, in Italy in the second half of this century. His poems were at once deeply personal and passionately engaged in the political turmoil of his country. In 1949, after his homosexuality led the Italian Communist Party to expel him on charges of "moral and political unworthiness," Pasolini fled to Rome. This selection of poems from his early impoverished days onthe outskirts of Rome to his last (with a backward longing glance at his native Friuli) is at the center of his poetic and filmic vision of modern Italian life as an Inferno. "From all these refusals, we know what Pasolini stood against--political ideologies of all kinds, the complacency inherent in the established social order, the corruption of the institutions of church and state. If Pasolini could be said to have stood for anything it was for the struggles of Italy's working class--both the rural peasants and those barracked in the urban slums at the edges of Italian cities--whose humanity he evoked with great eloquence and nuance. But it ishis refusals that animate his legacy with an incandescent rage, a passionate and profound fury that did not, as Zigaina suggests, cry out for death--but for just the opposite." --Nathaniel Rich,The New York Review of Books Pier Paolo Pasolini was born in 1922 in Bologna. In addition to the films for which he is world famous, he wrote novels, poetry, and social and cultural criticism, and was an accomplished painter. He was murdered in 1975 at Ostia, near Rome.… (mere)
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Titel:Roman Poems (City Lights Pocket Poets Series) (Italian Edition)
Forfattere:Pier Paolo Pasolini (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Oversætter)
Info:City Lights Publishers (2001), 96 pages
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In the introduction to this small, bilingual paperback (poems are side by side in both Italian and English), Alberto Moravia paints the controversial film maker as "first and always a poet" and calls him "the major Italian poet of the second half of this century" (20th).

There are 27 poems, mostly collected from other compilations published under Pasolini. He covers sex (Sesso, consolazione della miseria), social status (Il desidero di richezza del sottoproletario romano), anger (la rabbia), and the beauty of Rome (Verso le terme di Caracalla), as well as a wide panoply of subjects.

As with other Italian poetry, I find the original language versions to be quite evocative compared to the English translations. However, I personally find Italian to be such a beautiful spoken language, one could recite the directions for assembling a commode in Italian and the sound would be poetic.

Given that this is a nifty little pocket sized bilingual translation, it can be quite useful for wooing a potential lover. Memorize but one poem in both languages and you'll have them eating out of your hand. ( )
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The Italian film-maker Pier Paolo Pasolini was first and always a poet--the most important civil poet, according to Alberto Moravia, in Italy in the second half of this century. His poems were at once deeply personal and passionately engaged in the political turmoil of his country. In 1949, after his homosexuality led the Italian Communist Party to expel him on charges of "moral and political unworthiness," Pasolini fled to Rome. This selection of poems from his early impoverished days onthe outskirts of Rome to his last (with a backward longing glance at his native Friuli) is at the center of his poetic and filmic vision of modern Italian life as an Inferno. "From all these refusals, we know what Pasolini stood against--political ideologies of all kinds, the complacency inherent in the established social order, the corruption of the institutions of church and state. If Pasolini could be said to have stood for anything it was for the struggles of Italy's working class--both the rural peasants and those barracked in the urban slums at the edges of Italian cities--whose humanity he evoked with great eloquence and nuance. But it ishis refusals that animate his legacy with an incandescent rage, a passionate and profound fury that did not, as Zigaina suggests, cry out for death--but for just the opposite." --Nathaniel Rich,The New York Review of Books Pier Paolo Pasolini was born in 1922 in Bologna. In addition to the films for which he is world famous, he wrote novels, poetry, and social and cultural criticism, and was an accomplished painter. He was murdered in 1975 at Ostia, near Rome.

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