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Un carteggio di Margherita Guidacci. Lettere a Tiziano Minarelli

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  • Carolina Gepponi,

Margherita Guidacci's correspondence with Tiziano Minarelli is filled with memories and poetic occasions, and it allows us to shed light on the genesis of her latest poetic collections (from Inno alla gioia in 1983 to Anelli del tempo in 1993), to gather new sources of inspiration and to reconstruct the emotional and cultural background accompanying the writing of the letters. This correspondence encourages reflections on the Italian literary scene, as seen from the point of view of those who, like Margherita Guidacci, contributed to it by combining poetic activity (in Italian), translation (of a a third language as well), study and teaching of the English and American literature, and cultural journalism. It testifies to an intense friendship, a common passion for literature and reading, a constant sharing of poetic texts through transcriptions and quotations, and a growing familiarity.

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Carolina Gepponi

University of Florence, Italy

Carolina Gepponi graduated in Modern and Contemporary Italian Literature at the University of Florence. She is part of a research group directed by Anna Dolfi dealing with the editing and cataloguing of contemporary texts. She has edited the transcription of three radio anthologies by Giorgio Caproni, which are currently in print.
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Book Title

Un carteggio di Margherita Guidacci. Lettere a Tiziano Minarelli

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Carolina Gepponi

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2014

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6655-717-3

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Biblioteca di Studi di Filologia Moderna

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2420-8361

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