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Segnalibro. Poesie 1951-1981

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"Segnalibro è un oggetto sottile che serve a tenere il segno. Un libro che raccoglie trent'anni di lavoro poetico è un segnatempo, un punto di riferimento indispensabile per rispondere a molte domande ormai indifferibili sugli anni appena passati. Trent'anni di poesia sono il romanzo di una vita e in questo caso di una vita particolarmente attiva, ricca di movimenti."
Paperback, 345 pages
Published November 3rd 2010 by Feltrinelli (first published January 1st 1989)
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Shelves: essentials, di-carta
Leggo, fortissimamente leggo e mi sento in debito per ogni parola anche quando non la comprendo e anche se non comprendo comunque capisco che quest'uomo scriveva con tutti i suoi sensi, che quest'uomo viveva in ogni direzione. Parentesi due punti.

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oggi mi gira male:
la girandola di celluloide, la ruota panoramica: l'elica:
mi gira al contrario:
la manovella, la rotella dell'apparecchiatura girevole,
il pedale del macchinario mentale:
quando mi gira
(così come mi girano oggi
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e via, vai, gasp! in un paese di meraviglie zebrate, di virgole rovesciate: (di sí, di e):
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(di gomme di luna, di date semaforiche, di (forse) arnie: e di talpetopi,
e di francobolli): (di tutto, dunque): di un Lenin arcaico con lenti, leopardi, lampade:
uccello di Scipione, mio ombrellifero pesce, guardate! cancellate! usw.:
o finestrata freccia, o arpa, o timpano, o musica per tutti (per l'arte):
o mondo tubolar
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He was also an active translator of Joyce, Molière, Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht, and select Greek and Latin authors.

From 1979 until 1983, Sanguineti was a member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament. He was elected as an independent on the
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