This vivid presentation of Campana demonstrates why Italian readers have cherished his poems since the first appearance of Canti Orfici in Charles. A vent’anni di distanza dalla ‘Notte della cometa’, Sebastiano Vassalli torna a occuparsi di Dino Campana presentando una scelta di scritti in poesia e in prosa, . Canti Orfici / Orphic Songs [Dino Campana] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poetry. Translation. Dino Campana is without a doubt one of .

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. His remains were given a proper burial in in a ceremony attended by many Italian intellectuals, including Eugenio Montale and Carlo Bo. He composed the poems for Canti Orfici sometime between andand self-published them in The letter was written while Sibilla was on holiday at the Villa La Topaia in Borgo San Lorenzo and Campana was in a critical condition at Firenzuolarecovering from a partial paralysis on his right side.

After asking his family for help, he was sent back to Marradi and lived through a quieter period, likely re-enrolling in university. He watches through many windows, many skylights, and describes, always in rhythm–with or without verse–always returning to the adjectives–smokey, golden, silvery, fatuous, secret, dark–and the same images, an eternal twilight, and eternal vagabondage about an alien city.


In a grand port full of slight sails ready to take off for the azure horizon sweetly swaying, while the whisper of the wind passes with brief accords. Grab rated it it was amazing Feb 28, It seems that his mother had come to believe that her son was the Antichrist.

Poetry by Dino Campana

Dino Campana 20 August — 1 March was an Italian visionary poet. In the poet looked for employment in vain. InCampana was once again admitted to a psychiatric hospital in Castel Pulci, in Scandicci Florencewhere he was to remain until his death. To ask other readers questions about Orphic Songsplease sign up.

Dino Campana is the self proclaimed Hermetic “poet of the night. Inafter being denied entry into the military as an officer in Ravenna, Dino enrolled in faculty of pharmaceutical chemistry in Florencebut afer only a few months he returned to Bologna.

This type of activity appeared to have a positive effect on his mental health. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Lasciando pur tuttavia uno splendido testamento al quale attingere a canri mani. During the Second World Waron August 4,the retreating German army blew up the bell tower, destroying the chapel.

And that’s how we forgot the roses for Sibilla Aleramo Better than most of the beat’s work. Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon.


Carlo rated it really liked it Aug 08, Their letters and correspondence, published by Feltrinelli inare testimony of the relationship between Campana and Aleramo. My favorite remains “La vetriata” or, as translated by another, “The Skylight. Indeed, it has been left to his critics to extrapolate much of the underlying theory in Campana’s work. Like an Italian Rimbaud. Jan 15, Mattia Fino rated it really liked it. The first reaction of his family, his town, and the public authorities was to consider Campana’s strange behavior and travels to foreign countries as an obvious signs of madness.

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The most credible hypothesis is that he left in the autumn of from Genovaand wandered around Argentina until the spring ofwhen he returned to Marradi, and was subsequently arrested. An underappreciated Italian poet in the tradition of Rimbaud.

Oh when oh when in an ardent morning will my soul awaken in the sun in the eternal sun, free and quivering.