The Storm & Other Poems by Eugenio MontaleThe Storm & Other Poems by Eugenio Montale

The Storm & Other Poems

byEugenio MontaleTranslated byCharles WrightOtherVinio Rossi

Paperback | July 31, 1978

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Winner of the PEN Translation Prize, these translations by noted American poet Charles Wright bring one of the major collections of poetry in this century to English-speaking authors. Nobel laureate Eugenio Montale considered La Bufera e Altro (The Storm and Other Poems) his best book.
Born in Genoa and largely self-educated, Eugenio Montale was an infantry officer in World War I and then became a spectator, rather than an activist, during the 20 years of fascism, when he wrote some of his best poetry. He lived in Genoa for his first 30 years, where he started his career as a journalist, and then moved to Florence. T...
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Title:The Storm & Other PoemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.48 × 5 × 0.45 inPublished:July 31, 1978Publisher:OBERLIN COLLEGE PRESS

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ISBN - 10:0932440010

ISBN - 13:9780932440013

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Table of Contents

Introduction
FINISTERRE
The Storm
Seaside
On a Letter Never Written
In Sleep
Indian Serenade
The Earrings
The Strands of Hair
Fiesole Window
The Red Window
The Red Lily
The Fan
Personae Separatae
The Ark
Day and Night
Your Flight
To My Mother
AFTERWARDS
Florentine Madrigals
From a Tower
Ballad Written in a Clinic
INTERLUDE
Two in Twilight
Where the Tennis Court Was...
Visit to Fadin
FLASHES AND DEDICATIONS
Towards Siena
On the Greve
the Black Trout
a Metropolitan Christmas
Freeing a ‘Dove’
Argyll Tour
Wind on the Crescent
On the Highest Column
Towards Finisterre
On the Llobregat
From the Train
Syria
Winter Light
For an ‘Homage to Rimbaud’
Spellbound
SILVAE
Iris
In the Greenhouse
In the Park
The Orchard
Beach at Versilia
Ezekiel Saw the Wheel
Hitler Spring
Voice Arriving With the Coots
The Shadow of the Magnolia
The Lemon-Yellow Rooster
The Eel
PRIVATE MADRIGALS
The Processions of 1949
Magenta-Colored Clouds
For an Album
from a Swiss Lake
Anniversary
TEMPORARY CONCLUSIONS
Little Testament
the Prisoner’s Dream
Notes