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Eppure, nella poesia di Amelia Rosselli la storia entra soltanto obliquamente per costruire una grammatica dell’inclusione, per farsi difficilissima lingua di resistenza. I profili appena abbozzati di poveri o contadini che fanno comparsa nei suoi versi, i temi-chiave della follia, della malattia, della povertà che attraversano carsicamente la sua opera – da La Libellula a Variazioni belliche, da Serie ospedaliera a Impromptu, dal Diario in Tre Lingue al Diario ottuso – danno voce alla storia, scardinando al tempo stesso il suo apparato mitico.
In the landscape of twentieth-century Italian writing, Amelia Rosselli’s poems stand out as a unique achievement, cultivating oblique, discontinuous forms that mix social diagnosis and satire, memory and introspection, tragedy and utopianism. This is a stunning book, a thoughtfully chosen cross section of Rosselli's work and an incredible translation on the part of Jen Scapatone.
This is a work of fiction. Dust flew up and dirtied the bottom of Amelia Samuels’ dress as she made her way through the village of Millersport, New York. Names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously and should not be construed as real. Her aching feet couldn’t get her home fast enough. If she hadn’t frolicked the day away with her friend, Emma, she’d have plenty of time to prepare the evening meal. Judging from the descending sun; she knew it must have been after 4 o’clock. As luck would have her, the sign on her father’s apothecary store read, ‘open for business.
Amelia Rosselli (28 March 1930 – 11 February 1996) was an Italian poet. She was the daughter of Marion Catherine Cave, an English political activist, and Carlo Rosselli, who was a hero of the Italian anti-Fascist Resistance-founder, with his brother Nello, of the liberal socialist movement "Justice and Liberty. He and his brother were assassinated by La Cagoule, secret services of the Fascist regime, while the extended family was living in exile in France in 1937.
Flag as Inappropriate. She was the daughter of Marion Cave, an English political activist, and Carlo Rosselli, who was a hero of the Italian anti-Fascist Resistance-founder, with his brother Nello, of the liberal socialist movement "Justice and Liberty. He and his brother were assassinated by Risorgimento, the movement for independence.