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Title: Microfono in versi : le voci parlanti nei Sonetti romaneschi del Belli
Author⁄s: Gibellini, Pietro
Date issued: 2006
Type of document: Article
Is part of: Annali di Ca' Foscari: Rivista della Facoltà di Lingue e letterature straniere dell'Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia, 45 (2), 2006, pp. 155-171
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: The Sonetti by Gioachino Belli (1791-1863) are exquisitely oral in nature, as the poet himself clarifi es in the Introduzione saying he always used monologues or dialogues of the common people. As a fi ne dialectologist, Belli invented a diacritic script to render the sounds of the dialect to guide the reading of the verses out loud. The typology of the Bellian sonnets comprises dialogue-sonnets read out loud by several voices, dialogues referred to in the monologue of the speaker, but above all monologues with silent listeners, in which, however, one can deduce the physiognomy of the speaker as well as that of the interlocutor. It is not easy to establish the relationship between the I-writer and Ispeaker, between author and character: does the poet use the common man as his own spokesman? Does he keep his distance from him? Is he his accomplice or the object of his satire? The oral performance itself of the text presupposes an interpretation both of the message and of the tone.
Language: ita
Access rights: open
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