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A HALLUCINATED AND GROTTOQUE DIALECT – Delio Téssa, lawyer, journalist and poet

Write in dialect, when the language cannot provide sounds to express you To understand his way of combining poetry and humor, one sentence from him is enough: “In Milan there is still a tram that costs ten cents, but so cheap that it never comes.” His personality was dominate by total distrust of men, as well as by the loss …

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MY SOUL WAS A LIGHT-BLUE GOWN, SKY-COLOURED – Edith Södergran, an open door to all winds

If inner fire is the most important thing you possesses An intelligent woman with a captivating smile, she also became a passionate photographer, but it was thanks to her mother that she was able to realize her poetic vein. Thanks to the impulse of a Finnish-Swedish-speaking relative, around 1908 she made the decision to make Swedish the primary language of …

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SULPICIA, POETESS IN ROME – The Roman amorous elegy with a woman’s voice

Beautiful, loose and passionate carms In Latin literature, you find male authors. Still, cultured and refined women existed, but they have been ignore. Writing, as well as acting in the theater, was for men. She lived at the beginning of the imperial era of Rome, that is, at the dawn of the cultural explosion that will generate the best of …

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SUJATA BHATT’S MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES – If language separates you from experience

Physical intensity of writing, where word is the thing itself She is one of the most distinctive of Indian poets writing in English. When she am most deeply absorbed in writing a poem, she feel that translating images, and sounds, such as should be the sweet rhythms: an emotional tone into her words. Her first collection won the Asian Commonwealth …

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CELEBRATING THE WONDER OF BEING ALIVE – Ku Sang, one of Korea’s most trusted poets

If poetry tries to capture the realm of faith Korea has produced a poet of great originality. The simplicity of Ku Sang‘s http://anthony.sogang.ac.kr/Kubio.htm poetic world has meant that until quite recently his work was undervalue among readers eager for poetry. His parents were Catholics and his elder brother a priest, but he underwent a crisis of faith during his student …

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MAKING LOVE, INSIDE A WAR OF MEAT AND STEEL – The ironic compulsion to order by Yolanda Wisher

If a tent show revival of your rapture Various musical forms, such as blues and ragtime, fuel her writing. She thinks, in fact, that a musicality of poetry is possible; she is convinced that the words must be combine with the voice. Yolanda Wisher http://www.yolandawisher.com/about spends her creativity in this way, blending artistic and community activities. From her point of …

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ITALIAN RENAISSANCE POETS, IN ADVANCE OF THEIR TIMES – Famous Italian poets and their remarkable works, in the shadow of Raffaello Sanzio

As good as Raphael, but as a poet In the Italy that you might visit, consider exploring its streets and creative horizons from the time of the painter Raffaello Sanzio. You will discover that “Il beccafico” was the title of a poem, which is the name of a bird belonging to the Italian wildlife, as well as a restaurant in …

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WRITING, IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH – Poets who tell the pain, between skepticism and meanness

Still, new springs will return How have the recurring elements in the realities that poets and writers were experiencing, also in light of the explosion of the Black Death pandemic, been told in literature? There is a way of behaving men in the presence of fears, which Cecco Angiolieri and Franceschino degli Albizzi have lived and told, in Siena and …

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VISIONARY MASTERPIECES, AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD – Chimako Tada, a sweetly flexible and beautiful language

Write on the outskirts of life, in relative isolation. Author of over 15 poetry books, Chimako Tada https://poets.org/poet/tada-chimako was a poet famous for her surreal style. She translated prose and poetry from French, documenting with words the female experience in the period following the end of the Second World War. Her Japanese translation of Yourcenar’s Memoires d’Hadrien was publish with …

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WRITING VISITS, LIKE GRACE – Merlinda Bobis; postcolonial conflicts, alongside the borders of transnationalism

When painting with words is cheap Merlinda Bobis https://www.merlindabobis.com.au/biography.htm is a Philippine-Australian writer and academic. Her poems includes a bilingual epic, which she recites in live performances. Her greatest gift is the comfort of transformation. Written in both Filipino and English, her works integrates elements of the traditional culture with modern experience. Now she lives in Australia, but was born in Legaspi …

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