Poeti del Novecento - the 2023 series

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Institutional Communication Service

12 October 2023

The 2023 Lugano readings organised by the Institute of Italian Studies of USI will once again be dedicated to poetry in the Italian language of the second half of the 20th century. This is an important tradition that continues to demonstrate great vitality and a considerable following in its public reception. The readings will be held from 9 October to 4 December at 6 pm in the West Campus Lugano Auditorium.

This year's readings will provide an insight into poets who have played a decisive role in the history of 20th-century literature, such as Gozzano, Montale, Pasolini, Sereni and Giudici, as well as highly original and interesting figures such as Bartolo Cattafi, Giovanni Orelli, Vivian Lamarque and Amelia Rosselli.

 

The readings' programme:

  • 9 October: Marco Maggi
    Guido Gozzano, La signorina Felicita, ovvero la Felicità
     
  • 16 October: Sara Sermini
    Amelia Rosselli, Impromptu
     
  • 23 October: Enrico Testa (Università di Genova)
    Una lettura di Proda di Versilia di Eugenio Montale 
     
  • 30 October: Stefano Prandi
    Bartolo Cattafi, Il resto manca 
     
  • 6 November: Giacomo Jori
    Pier Paolo Pasolini, Il pianto della scavatrice
     
  • 13 November: Linda Bisello
    Vivian Lamarque, In-fanzia (età del non parlare)
     
  • 20 November: Mattia Bettoni
    Comico e ironico, tragico e sublime: una lettura di Gavotta di Giovanni Orelli
     
  • 27 November: Rodolfo Zucco (Università degli Studi di Udine)
    Su Giudici: intorno a Roma, in quel niente
     
  • 4 December: Fabio Pusterla
    Vittorio Sereni, La sonnambula

 

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