Disaffections Complete Poems, 1930-1950

ISBN-10: 1556591748

ISBN-13: 9781556591747

Edition: 2002

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Cesare Pavese was one of Italy's great post-war writers. His poetry was revolutionary-both artistically and politically-rejecting the verbal and philosophical constraints of tradition and utilizing direct, colloquial language. His subjects were peasants, hobos, and prostitutes, and this bilingual volume includes all the poetry Pavese ever published, including work originally deleted by Fascist censors. A landmark volume. Cesare Pavese (1908-50) was a novelist, poet, and translator and a major literary figure in post-war Italy. He brought American influence to Italian literature through his translations. Pavese's flight from the Fascists and subsequent confinement were reflected in his writings, which dealt with social struggle and revealed his sympathy for the oppressed. He committed suicide at the height of his literary powers. A Kage-an Series Book
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Book details

List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Copper Canyon Press
Publication date: 6/1/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.298

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Introduction: Walking with Pavese
Work's Tiring (1936)
South Seas
Ancestors
Landscape (1)
Displaced People
Deola Thinking
Street Song
Two Cigarettes
Idleness
Landholders
Landscape (II)
Landscape (III)
A Season
Dina Thinking
Betrayal
Passion for Solitude
The Billy-Goat God
Time Passes
Grappa in September
Atlantic Oil
City in the Country
People Who Don't Understand
House under Construction
Ancient Civilization
Bad Company
Nocturnal Pleasures
Ballet
Fatherhood (I)
Ancient Discipline
Indiscipline
Landscape (V)
Discipline
Green Wood
Revolt
Outside
Work's Tiring (II)
Portrait of the Author
Mediterraneans
Sad Supper
Landscape (IV)
Motherhood
A Generation
Ulysses
Atavism
Affairs
Passionate Women
August Moon
Burnt Lands
Poggio Reale
Landscape (VI)
Work's Tiring (1943)
The Widow's Son
People Who've Been There
The Night
Meeting
Revelation
Morning
Summer (I)
Nocturne
Agony
Landscape (VII)
Tolerance
The Country Whore
Afterwards
Sand-Diggers' Twilight
The Wagoner
A Memory
The Voice
The Boatman's Wife
The Drunk Old Woman
Landscape (VIII)
Smokers of Paper
Words from Confinement
Myth
Paradise above the Roofs
Simplicity
Instinct
Fatherhood (II)
Morning Star over Calabria
Poems of Disaffection
Words for a Girlfriend
The Schoolmistresses
Fallen Women
The Blues Blues
Song
Sad Wine (I)
The Boy Who Was in Me
Indian Summer
Work's Tiring (I)
The Unconvinced
Imagination's End
Jealousy (I)
Sad Wine (II)
Creation
Reigning Peace
Other Days
Poetics
Alter Ego
Sketch of a Landscape
Deola's Return
Habits
Summer (II)
Dream
Sleeping Friend
Indifference
Jealousy (II)
Awakening
Landscape (IX)
Two
The House
Last Blues
Earth and Death
"Red earth black earth"
"You are like a land"
"You are also hill"
"Your face is sculpted stone"
"You do not know the hills"
"Your gaze is brine and earth"
"You always come from the sea"
"And then we cowards"
"You are earth and death"
Two Poems for T.
"The plants of the lake"
"You also are love"
Death Will Come and Will Have Your Eyes
To C. from C.
In the Morning You Always Come Back
"You have a blood, a breath"
"Death will come and will have your eyes"
You, Wind of March
I Will Pass through Piazza di Spagna
"The mornings pass clear"
The Night You Slept
The Cats Will Know
Last Blues, to Be Read Some Day
Notes on the Text
About the Author
About the Translator
Index of English Titles
Index of Italian Titles
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