Il dolore e l'eterno

Per una lettura di Per diverse ragioni di Domenico Brancale

  • Stefano Bottero Università di Roma Sapienza
Keywords: Domenico Brancale, Passigli, Italian contemporary poetry, Marcel Proust, Thomas S. Eliot

Abstract

This essay will consist of a critical reading of Per diverse ragioni, the latest collection by the poet Domenico Brancale published in 2017 for Passigli. Through a transversal reading of the poetic text, the main thematic and poetic issues of the author will be analyzed. A second point of interest will be the deepening of the ontological framework and of the conceptual meanings of the collection, and it will be connected to an investigation relating to its formal and philosophical-speculative derivations.

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Author Biography

Stefano Bottero, Università di Roma Sapienza

Stefano Bottero was born in Rome in 1994. Graduated in Literature, music and arts in 2016 and in modern philology in 2019, he writes about literary criticism and comparative literature. In 2019 his first poetic collection, Poesie di ieri, is published by Oèdipus, with a preface by the poet Biancamaria Frabotta.

Published
2020-04-03
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