40 sonetti di Shakespeare (Strumenti e saggi di letteratura) by Rossella Terreni,R. Terreni

By Rossella Terreni,R. Terreni

Che sensazione si prova a osservare un uomo intento al proprio lavoro, chino su uno scrittoio, mentre fuori, avvolta nella notte, Roma occupata si dibatte tra reputation e povertà? Fu in questo modo che Giuseppe Ungaretti tradusse quaranta, anzi quarantuno, sonetti di William Shakespeare presentati qui nell’edizione critica a cura di Rossella Terreni. Che sensazione si prova a varcare le porte del laboratorio segreto di un poeta consistent with assistere al farsi di un’opera letteraria? Questo quantity racconta l. a. storia di un libro di traduzioni poetiche nate dall’incontro di due grandi protagonisti della tradizione letteraria europea, Ungaretti e Shakespeare. Attraverso testimonianze e documenti d’archivio, il libro racconta il lento processo evolutivo attraverso il quale acquistarono forma le traduzioni ungarettiane, ricostruisce l. a. storia editoriale dei forty sonetti di Shakespeare e, varcando i confini dell’opera, recupera il contesto, l. a. rete di relazioni umane, intellettuali, professionali che caratterizzarono los angeles vita del poeta-traduttore dagli anni Quaranta in poi. Un libro in line with un lettore non sazio della superficie del testo, curioso di andare in profondità, inquieto.

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