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Osip Mandel’štam: i Quaderni di Mosca

  • Pina Napolitano,

The volume presents a critical reading of the Moscow notebooks by Osip Mandel'štam. The poems are analysed one by one in chronological order, verse by verse, and are accompanied by an interlinear translation. Special attention is paid to their arrangement in poryvy, “impulses” embracing and connecting several compositions, and to their connection with the Mandel'štamian contemporary prose. The aim is to offer on the one hand a support for the reading of the verses, on the other an interpretative glimpse of the work of the late Mandel'štam as a whole.

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Pina Napolitano graduated in Ancient and Eastern European languages and cultures, and has obtained a PhD in Foreign Languages and Literatures. She works as a pianist. With the translation of the 1919-1921 notebooks by M. Cvetaeva for Voland, in 2014 she was awarded the “Russia-Italy. Through the centuries” recognition for the best debut in the translation activity.
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Book Title

Osip Mandel’štam: i Quaderni di Mosca

Authors

Pina Napolitano

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

344

Publication Year

2017

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© 2017 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6453-504-3

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978-88-6453-503-6

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978-88-6453-504-3

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978-88-9273-242-1

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Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici

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2612-7687

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2612-7679

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