Rumore Di Acque: Noise in the Waters by Marco MartinelliRumore Di Acque: Noise in the Waters by Marco Martinelli

Rumore Di Acque: Noise in the Waters

byMarco Martinelli

Paperback | January 10, 2014 | Italian

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The title, "Rumore di acque", epitomizes the deceptive simplicity of the entire text, for "rumore" in this context suggests something more haunting and troubling than mere 'sound', and the plural "acque" similarly evokes something more haunting and remote than the obvious, singular 'water'. The poetic depth of the text's use of water is discussed in Franco Nasi's essay at the end of this volume. The genitive preposition di in the title is problematic for its summoning of source, origin, cause and composition. Thus, the English title given here is provisional and feels increasingly unsatisfactory. This is the kind of issue that must be addressed during a rehearsal process, as the text evolves toward a new being in a new setting.
Title:Rumore Di Acque: Noise in the WatersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.34 inPublished:January 10, 2014Publisher:Bordighera PressLanguage:Italian

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ISBN - 10:1599540665

ISBN - 13:9781599540665

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