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Alien Cantica – An American Journey (1964-1993): Edited and translated by Luigi Bonaffini (Studies in Southern Italian and Italian American Culture)

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After Carmina blabla (1967), Poems Make Pictures (1971), Arcano (1990) and Moliseide (1992), and now with Alien Cantica it has change into very transparent that Rimanelli’s poetic universe – with its attendant linguistic/experimental roots of meter and rhythm – has gained definitive shape and awareness in The united states: with the intention to celebrate both this great acquired mother, The united states, and poetry itself, with its wealth of pictures and ramifications. The figure of Sonny Boy (Bambolino) in Alien Cantica, who seems because the Creator’s alter ego, sings with stark restlessness and exultation of freedom and nature in his abnormal voyage of rediscovery.

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