Moscardino Read Author Enrico Pea, Ezra Pound A Small Masterpiece, Pea S Lyrical Autobiographical Novel Reveals A Grandfather Through His Grandson S Eyes The Old Man And His Brothers Madness, Passion, And Quirks Are Interwoven In Intimate, Mythical Sketches And Fiery Portraits Of Family Dynamics The First Installment Of A Four Part Novel, Moscardinois Linguistically Adventurous And Visual, Vivid And Anarchic Pea S Personal Account Of His First Meeting With Pound Accompanies The Text.Novelist, Poet And Playwright, Enrico Pea 1881 1958 Spent His Youth Traveling Pea Lived For A Long Time In Alexandria, Where He Struck Up A Friendship With Ungaretti He Published Moscardinoin 1922 Ezra Pound 1885 1972 Is Considered The Poet Most Responsible For Defining A Modernist Aesthetic In Poetry His Interest In Regionalism Attracted Him To The Work Of Pea.Moscardino

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[Epub] ➟ Moscardino Author Enrico Pea, Ezra Pound –
  • Paperback
  • 71 pages
  • Moscardino
  • Enrico Pea, Ezra Pound
  • English
  • 13 July 2019
  • 9780974968032

10 thoughts on “Moscardino

  1. says:

    Moscardino 1921 is a small wonder A thin volume of 70 pages, it is the first movement of an autobiographical trilogy and is a gorgeous piece of work Opening with the death of the paterfamilias ca 1850s , it follows the widow and three grown sons who now must take up the responsibilities of their high lineage and extensive estates Unfortunately none are quite sane, especially when there is a beautiful servant girl to arouse passions, jealousies and despair devastations follow It is only in the coda, decades later, that we meet Moscardino Buck being raised by his grandfather, the youngest of the three sons, on a rugged farm in the Tuscan hills, growing up in the aftermath of the earlier generation s long train wreck.Ezra Pound translated Moscardino in 1941 it wasn t published until 1956 in a limited edition and then not again until 2005 His work on the sequels is unfinished and will probably never be published This translation will be a revelation for those who know EP only for his literary manifestos and elliptically allusive poetry Here are phrases and images that startle but are absolutely apt, sentences with whiplash endings, crystalline storytelling and yet I did lose my way than once, had to back up and recover the thread of the story But have I just read Enrico Pea or Ezra Pound That perennial question about translation is especially pointed with an Ezra Pound,...

  2. says:

    I was really captivated by the introduction, about how Ezra Pound discovered Enrico Pea s work and wrote to him to offer to translate it, and how they met up how Pound had somehow felt something he could relate to in Pea s work, but also recognised it wouldn t be a financial success for either of them.The story itself was a poetic p...

  3. says:

    Moscardino, the first novella of the Il romazo di Moscardino tetralogy, was published by the Italian writer Enrico Pea 1881 1958 in 1922 Pea s good friend, Ezra Pound, translated this work into English, and it was eventually published by New Directions Press in 1955 The Pound translation was re released by Archipelago Books in 2005.The story is narrated by Moscardino s grandson, toward the end of his grandfather s life Moscardino lives an idyllic and privileged existence in Lunigiana in the mid 19th century The boys are incredibly spoiled, and their parents are impossibly demanding, so much so that their servants stay only long enough to receive their monthly wages before quitting Cleofe, a beautiful young woman from the hills overlooking the town, is hired to care for the household Don Moscardino falls hopelessly in love with Cleofe, as he is mesmerized by her milky skin and chestnut rind colored eyes, as he views her nakedness through the keyhole of her room He is savagely jealous of her, and tells her that the only way out of his misery will be to kill her He pulls out a knife but cannot bring himself to take her life Instead, he falls on the knife and disembowels himself He ...

  4. says:

    I actually have no idea what this book was about, so I must not have read it very carefully But it gets three stars for the following line The night leaned its hairy stomach against the windows, the panes were warm and opaque, beaded with sweat.

  5. says:

    I m not sure if this book was really about much, but it had some really great sentences.

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