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C'è modo e modo di sparire. Poesie 1945-2007

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Ultima figura emblematica di una ormai classica tradizione modernista, erede e testimone di quel fecondo ambiente romeno di cui facevano parte Brâncusi e Tzara, Ionesco, Eliade e Cioran, e come loro inevitabilmente esule, Nina Cassian ha percorso un tragitto artistico e umano singolare come la sua persona. Nel 1985, già titolare di una lunga carriera di successo (con ...more
Paperback, Biblioteca Adelphi #612, 301 pages
Published October 9th 2013 by Adelphi (first published 2013)
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Dec 07, 2015 Cosimo rated it it was amazing
Lei era bella e malvagia

Non posso morire
“Sotto nevi azzurrate/tante volte ho riposato,/ascoltando il mesto sangue/congelarsi a poco a poco,/se morir non ho potuto/è perché la neve, forse/si arrestava a metà strada/o il sorriso rimbombante/dell'amore allontanato/ritornava a vendicarsi/disgelandomi le membra,/insinuandosi nel sangue,/nel pallor, nelle meningi.../... Neve azzurra. Neve ancora./Perché vuoi morire, allora?”

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Nina Cassian was born in 1924 in Galati, Romania. Died April 15,2014 in New York City. Also a composer, journalist, film critic, and translator of Shakespeare and Brecht, Cassian was exiled from Romania in 1985.
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