Angioni, Maria Francesca (2017) La Morte in Emily Dickinson e raffronti con la poesia italiana del Novecento. Doctoral Thesis.
In this research, with the offer of an extensive anthology of texts, we are asking poetry for help to, if not unveil the mystery of death, at least to grasp its varied aspects, which could make him less inaccessible and more familiar. And wondering, among other things, about the loss of loved ones, the condition of the dying, on when and how our future death will occure, what comes after death. The aim of this thesis is therefore to capture the different aspects of the idea of death through, first, the analisys of every single poem, and then subsequently compared all of them in various comparative summaries. The chosen texts are a selection of 35 poems of Emily Dickinson and a selection of poems of several Italian poets of the Twentieth Century. The analyzed Italian poets, for a total of 40 overall works, are: Betocchi, Bontempelli, Caproni, Cardarelli, Corazzini, Giotti, Govoni, Guidacci, Giudici, Loi, Luzi, Marin, Montale, Montanaru, Pozzi, Risi, Saba, Sbarbaro, Scotellaro, Sereni, Spaziani, Rebora, Viviani. The method employed is relating to content (and not stylistic): an approach that is attentive to the things poets say – of course without neglecting the way they say it: that's why each poem is integrated with analysis and exegesis of individual verses, images, figures. It 's just this approach that allows to get to more and better knowledge of the faces of death.
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