Classical lyricism in Italian and North American 20th-century poetry
This thesis defines ‘classical lyricism’ as any mode of appropriation of Greek and Latin monodic lyric whereby a poet may develop a wider discourse on poetry. Assuming classical lyricism as an internal category of enquiry, my thesis investigates the presence of Sappho and Catullus as lyric archetypes in Italian and North American poetry of the 20th century.
The analysis concentrates on translations and appropriations of Sappho and Catullus in four case studies: Giovanni Pascoli (185...Expand abstract
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