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Cadel da Fanna l'uomo l'artista e il suo paese ("Cadel from Fanna , the man, the artist and his country")(Vittorio Cadel)

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Editore: Chiandetti Editore, 1990
Condizione: Very Good Rilegato
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Hardcover - very clean, no marks, very clean inside, clean dustjacket, 231 pp, oversize, paitnings, photos of manuscripts, dedication plate from Sir Paul Girolami, former CEO, Glaxo PLC.- Friulian literature is the literature of the autonomous Italian region of Friuli, written in the local Friulian language. Even if the first poems in Friulian date from the 14th century (anonymous works written in Cividale such as Piruç myò doç inculurit and Soneto furlan, close to the Italian poetic movement Dolce Stil Novo), the birth of a full flavoured Friulian literature dates back only to the 19th century, when Friuli, after the Congress of Vienna, fell entirely under the control of the Austrian empire. This late flourishing had several causes: first, the language of the culture and administration had never been Friulian, but Latin and partly German under the Patriarchal State of Aquileia and Italian, mixed with Venetian under the Serenissima rule. Moreover, Friuli never saw the formation of a literate bourgeoisie that could have fostered the language, in order to have a literary development similar to other European languages. During the 16th century for example, there were only limited poetic forms in Friulian inspired by the works of Francesco Petrarca, including the poems of Nicolò Morlupino from Venzone (1528-1570) and Girolamo Biancone from Tolmezzo (1515-1580). Also, until 1800 there were no printed works in Friulian, so the diffusion of poetry and other works was restricted to a small number of persons.At the beginning of 1900 Friuli seemed far from the numerous avant-gardes of the period, at least in part due to its difficult historical situation; the regional request for autonomy received no response from the Italian authorities, and in 1933 the fascist regime prohibited any publications in Friulian. The most important authors of this time were Vittorio Cadel of Fanna (1884-1917), who composed poems with a sensual background, concealing a deep feeling of sadness and discouragement; Ercole Carletti (1877-1946) of Udine, author of poems in a style close to Italian crepuscolarismo; and Celso Cescutti. Codice inventario libreria 23132.230422os

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Titolo: Cadel da Fanna l'uomo l'artista e il suo ...

Casa editrice: Chiandetti Editore

Data di pubblicazione: 1990

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione libro:Very Good

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