Vincenzo Cardarelli

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Vincenzo Cardarelli, photo by Paolo Monti, 1957

Vincenzo Cardarelli, pseudonym of Nazareno Caldarelli (1 May 1887 – 18 June 1959) was an Italian poet and journalist.

Cardarelli was born in Corneto, Lazio, in a family of Marche origin. His father was Antonio Romagnoli. His studies were irregular and he applied to different jobs. In 1906, when he had moved to Rome, he began his career as a journalist.

He created, in 1919 with Riccardo Bacchelli and Emilio Cecchi, the prestigious review La Ronda (1919-1922).

He won two literary awards, including the 1929 Premio Bagutta for Il Sole a picco and the 1948 Premio Strega for Villa Tarantola.

Works[edit]

  • Prologhi (1916)
  • Viaggi nel tempo (1920)
  • Terra genitrice (1924)
  • Favole e memorie (1925)
  • Il sole a picco (1929), Premio Bagutta winner
  • Prologhi viaggi, favole (1929)
  • Giorni in piena (1934)
  • Poesie (Poetry) (1936)
  • Il cielo sulle città (1939)
  • Rimorsi (Remorse) (1944)
  • Lettere non spedite (1946)
  • Poesie nuove (New Poetry) (1946)
  • Solitario in Arcadia (Alone in Arcadia) (1947)
  • Villa Tarantola (1948), Premio Strega winner
  • Poesie (Poetry) (1949)
  • Opere complete (Complete Works) (1962)
  • Invettiva ed altre poesie disperse (1964)
  • Opere (Works) (a cura di Clelia Martignoni,Milano,1981)
  • Autunno, sei vecchio, rassegnati (1988)
  • Gabbiani, a cura Mondadori (1998)
  • Estate (2008)

References[edit]

  • Alessandro Baruffi: Vincenzo Cardarelli: The Forgotten amongst the Great: A Collection of the Best Poems Translated in English, LiteraryJoint Press, Philadelphia, PA, 2016
  • Daniele D'Alterio: Vincenzo Cardarelli sindacalista rivoluzionario : politica e letteratura in Italia nel primo Novecento, Bulzoni : Rom 2005
  • Carmine Di Biase: Invito alla lettura di Vincenzo Cardarelli, 1986
  • Charles Burdett: Vincenzo Cardarelli and His Contemporaries: Fascist Politics and Literary Culture (Oxford Modern Languages and Literature Monographs), Oxford University Press 1999, ISBN 0-19-815978-1
  • Italienische Lyrik. 50 Gedichte. Ital./Dt. Übers. u. Hrsg.: Jürgen Freiherr von Stackelberg, Reclam ISBN 978-3-15-018310-6
  • Giuseppe Savoca: Concordanza delle poesie di Vincenzo Cardarelli, Olschki : Florenz 1987, ISBN 88-222-3540-1
  • Pia-Elisabeth Leuschner, Vincenzo Cardarelli: „Settembre a Venezia / September in Venedig, in: Italienisch. Zeitschrift für italienische Sprache und Literatur, Bd. 48, November 2002, S. 66ff.
  • H. Meter: Vincenzo Cardarelli: 'Autunno veneziano', in: Manfred Lentzen (Hg.), Italienische. Lyrik in Einzelinterpretationen, Berlin (E. Schmidt) 1999, S. 79 – 87