CIRCOLI

Rivista di poesia

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Anno 1-11 (all published, except for the last 3 issues published in 1943). Change of name to "Raccolta" for the last 3 years. Genova, 1931-1934, Roma, 1935-1942. In the original paper wrappers with overlaying edges, partly untrimmed; occasional light foxing, but in overal excellent condition.

EUR 2,500.00

Bi-monthly founded in Genova. Directed by Adriano Grande, editors: Angelo Barile, Guglielmo Bianchi, Giacomo Debenedetti, Eugenio Montale, Camillo Sbarbaro, Sergio Solmi.Transferred to Rome in 1935 with editorial change (Falqui, G.Ungaretti, M. Gallian.) Editorial change again in 1937 (I.Montanelli, S.Valitutti, G.Natoli), and after the name change to Raccolta it was directed by Guliemo Danzi. Reproductions of work by (a.o.) F.de Pisis, F. Messina, Longanesi, L.. Bartolini,Ph.Hasiasson, Soffici, A.Funi, G.Stradone, G.V.de Salvon. The journal had an international orientation. Vol. 3 no 6 was dedicated to "Moderna Poesia Nordamericana", with Emily Dickinson, WCWilliams, Elliot, Stevens, Ezra Pound, etc., translations a.o. by Prampolini. Also translations of work by Lagherkvist; James Joyce; Max Jacob; Tristan Tzara; Jean Cocteau, Morgenstern etc. Furthermore we find texts by Telesio Interlandi; Scipione; Gallian; Giuseppe Ungaretti; Mario Soldati; Angioletti; Indro Montanelli; Gianfranco Contini; Carlo Bo, Luigi Bartolini; Massimo Bontempelli; Enrico Pea; Giovanni Comisso; Alfonso Gatto; Angelo Barile; Alberto Savinio; Romano Bilenchi; Sandro Penna; Paola Masino; Anton Giulio Bragaglia; Carlo Carrà; Mario Praz; Giovanni Cavicchioli; Anna Maria Ortese; etc. After 1939 the journal became also politically oriented. Collaborators to Raccolta were: Ada Negri, Ciano, Tilgher, Titta Rosa, Malaparte, Sibilla Aleramo, Missiroli, Farinacci, Bragaglia, Lorenzo Viani, Cecchi, Govoni, Gallian, Valeri, Fabio Tombari, Alfonso Gatto, etc

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