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  • Paesaggi fiabeschi e meravigliosi viaggi nelle commedie di Carlo Goldoni e Carlo Gozzi. Caratteristiche comuni fra le diverse visioni di teatro dei due grandi autori
    Szerző Török, Tamara
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 9-15
    Absztrakt Both Carlo Goldoni and Carlo Gozzi, leading Venetian playwrights of the 18th century, are regarded as reformers of the Commedia dell’Arte, but while Goldoni followed the direction of realism, Gozzi insisted on using certain elements of the above mentioned genre, completing it with exotic environments and magical episodes, all realized on stage with the help of the Baroque stage machinery. The rivalry between the two authors is one of the most interesting episodes of the history of 18th century theatre, and its most exciting period is undoubedly the one when Goldoni, after the successes of his character comedies and before writing his most developed choral comedies, hesitated for a few years, searching for new ways of expression, and wrote tragicomedies in Gozzi’s style, entering thus in an open competition with his rival. These tragicomedies were written at the end of the 1750s, in verse, with completely unrealistic plots, and with charactres who live in exotic countries, far away from Venice. Also in Paris, in the last phase of his career, Goldoni started to write again some fairy tale-like comedies, among the characters of which we find the typical figures of the Commedia dell’Arte. The intention of the present study is to confront the dramaturgical roles and the characteristics of the magic travels in Goldoni’s and Gozzi’s comedies in different moments of their careers, especially in Il genio buono e il genio cattivo (The Good Spirit and the Evil Spirit) by Goldoni and La donna serpente (The Serpent Woman) by Gozzi, with a hint also to how they use the exotic environments in La sposa persiana (The Persian Bride) (Goldoni) and Turandot (Gozzi).
  • Ungheresi sulla tradotta: l’Italia meta di viaggio verso il fronte nella prima guerra mondiale
    Szerző Sciacovelli, Antonio
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 17-29
    Absztrakt The novel “Doberdo” by Máté Zalka, a literary work that strongly captured the attention of the Hungarian readers in the second post-war period, contributing to the “popularization” of some Italian place names clearly present in the Hungarian imagery (Doberdo, Isonzo and Piave are the most frequent, even in some popular songs still very famous today), begins with a journey on the ridotta (military train), a journey with a not always known destination, from which one is not always sure to return, a journey that creates a period of suspension before the imminent war. The vision of the Italian front (the Carso) during the First World War is one of the reasons, in Hungarian literature, for a radical change from the previous experiences of Hungarian writers in Italy: starting from 1915 they go towards the borders of Italy to “defend the homeland”, to write war correspondences that exalt the warlike virtue of the “KuK” army (but above all of the royal ones), to describe the sometimes disastrous state in which the bombed cities find themselves almost to the ground (as in the case of Gorizia). How much Italy has changed compared to the previous visions of the Italo-maniacs, those who had found their new homeland in Rome, Florence, Venice!
  • Viaggiare per ritrovare e poi rinunciare all’identità – l’esperienza di Giorgio Pressburger
    Szerző Lukácsi, Margit
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 31-40
    Absztrakt The article discusses the narrative experience of Giorgio Pressburger, the Hungarian- Italian-Jewish writer and dramatist. He argues in his writings that the concept of identity as a warranty of a people’s survival can reach the moment of getting rid of the obsession of identity, of coming to feel to be a member of “the human community of the living and the dead”.
  • “Strane giornate di Roma” – Zoltán Jékely a Roma
    Szerző Péterfy, Sarolt
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 41-56
    Absztrakt The paper presents the relationship of the poet, writer and translator Zoltán Jékely (1913–1982) with Italy and Italian culture, focusing on his two prolonged stays in Rome. In 1940 and in 1948, Jékely had an opportunity to spend a few months at the Hungarian Academy in Rome. His hitherto unpublished diaries and correspondence, forming part of the legacy, allow us not only to reconstruct the events during those stays but also to assess their influence on him. The paper highlights events to which the author attributed a special, spiritual significance. Throughout his life, and especially while travelling, Jékely was careful to register signals directed at him, events whose importance transcended everyday life, and was personally touched by the hidden beauties of the cities he visited.
  • La escisión del héroe como un viaje interior de (auto)conocimiento: Aprehensión del mundo y del “yo” por la fragmentación, en Miguel de Cervantes, Italo Calvino y Zigmunds Skujiņš
    Szerző Gatti, Giuseppe
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 57-76
    Absztrakt In our essay the Bajtinian notion of dialogism is applied to the intertextual dialogue that is established between some themes of Cervantes’s Don Quixote and two “producers of discourses” of the 20th century: the Italian Italo Calvino (1903–1985) and the Latvian Zigmunds Skujiņš (1926). We will try to demonstrate how a literary motif of fantastic features – the survival of a human being divided into two halves by the effect of a violent action – offers the three writers the possibility of describing a journey of (self) knowledge. In Don Quixote all the adventures of Alonso Quijano have been part of a learning process necessary for Alonso to understand his condition and heal his madness before saying goodbye to the world. In Il visconte dimezzato Calvino establishes a explicitly declared dialogue with Cervantes: he outlines for his “unfolded protagonist” and his grandson (the narrator) a journey of self-understanding that focuses on the problem of contemporary man, alienated and incapable to be fully realized. Finally, in the novel Como piezas de un domino, through the motive of the disintegration of the human being Skujiņš reflects on the national identity and draws for his characters a journey through history, dominated by the themes of disintegration and duplicity of identity.
  • Il motivo dei viaggi nell’autobiografia di Vittorio Alfieri
    Szerző Madarász, Imre
    Füzet Vol. XX/2019/1-2
    Kategória Viaggio e spiritualità nelle culture classiche e neolatine
    Oldal pp. 77-84
    Absztrakt Vittario Alfieri was one of the greatest poets and autobiographers, and also one of the greatest travellers of the 18th century, during what we consider to be the period of great voyages (and the era of philosophical empiricism). The many long journeys of Alfieri through Europe, reported in his autobiographical work Vita, are a series of mad flights (using the terminology of Dante, “folli voli”), reflecting a restless soul in search of himself. These journeys never brought the satisfaction of going, there was also the suffering of remaining next to the possibilities of gathering experiences of the world. Landscapes prepared him for his protoromantic poetic works, while the political ones matured him for his strong revolt against tyranny. His consciousness showed a mission of a judge writer (”scrittore tribuno”), a bard of freedom, and his categorical refusal of any type of absolute power, and an admiration for the parliamentary government of a “happy England”.