Antología de los 'Poemas dispersos'

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Gozzano, Guido
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
Guido Gozzano (Turin, 1883 - 1916) is considered one of the greatest exponents of the Italian twilight poetic movement. Due to his premature, he only published two collections of poems in life, both of vital importance in the context of early-century Italian poetry, La via del rifugio (1907) and I colloqui. Liriche (1911). The texts written after his trip to India stand out and published posthumously in 1912 with the title Verso la cuna del mondo. Lettere dal India. His work has to be understood in the context of the crisis that arose after the stagnation of the decadent aestheticist and classicist literature of Gabriele D'Annunzio and Giovanni Pascoli, to whom he oppose a poetry full of tender irony turned to the recreation of bourgeois interiors full of "buone cose di pessimo gusto" in the line of the intimate and impressionist French models.

    Gozzano, Guido. Antología de los 'Poemas dispersos'. En: Zibaldone. Estudios italianos, 7 1-2 2019: 59-121

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