Risvegli e prodigi. La metamorfosi del gotico

Risvegli e prodigi. La metamorfosi del gotico

Jurgis Baltrušaitis Marco Infurna / Feb 20, 2020

Risvegli e prodigi La metamorfosi del gotico Concepito insieme a Medioevo fantastico Risvegli e prodigi completa in prospettiva temporale la mirabile indagine di Baltru aitis sui temi del mostruoso del grottesco del demoniaco del fantastico

  • Title: Risvegli e prodigi. La metamorfosi del gotico
  • Author: Jurgis Baltrušaitis Marco Infurna
  • ISBN: 9788845915055
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • Concepito insieme a Medioevo fantastico, Risvegli e prodigi completa in prospettiva temporale la mirabile indagine di Baltru aitis sui temi del mostruoso, del grottesco, del demoniaco, del fantastico e sulla loro rappresentazione nell et di mezzo Lo stupore che coglie il lettore di Medioevo fantastico nello scoprire quanto profondamente e capillarmente immagini venute daConcepito insieme a Medioevo fantastico, Risvegli e prodigi completa in prospettiva temporale la mirabile indagine di Baltru aitis sui temi del mostruoso, del grottesco, del demoniaco, del fantastico e sulla loro rappresentazione nell et di mezzo Lo stupore che coglie il lettore di Medioevo fantastico nello scoprire quanto profondamente e capillarmente immagini venute dall Oriente siano penetrate nel repertorio iconografico dell Occidente si rinnova davanti alle sorprendenti dimostrazioni della ininterrotta sopravvivenza del fantastico e del suo prodigioso rifiorire in seno al gotico, in piena epoca di realismo medioevale Se in Medioevo fantastico Baltru aitis si avventurava negli spazi immensi delle tradizioni iconografiche antiche e orientali con l audacia e la curiosit dell esploratore, in Risvegli e prodigi ci che innanzitutto colpisce la rabdomantica perizia nello stabilire collegamenti e la prontezza dello sguardo nel cogliere le pi sottili stratigrafie Qualit che mai come in questo libro trovano materiale adatto, trattandosi non solo del manifestarsi di certi prodigi, ma del loro riproporsi su registri diversi, per tutto il Medioevo, secondo l oscura fisiologia dei risvegli, sino al momento in cui le immagini si condensano nella potenza esplosiva di Bosch La prima edizione di Risvegli e prodigi risale al 1960.

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      • Jurgis Baltrušaitis Marco Infurna

        Jurgis Baltru aitis May 2, 1873 January 3, 1944 was a Lithuanian Symbolist poet and translator, who wrote his works in Lithuanian and Russian In addition to his important contributions to Lithuanian literature, he was noted as a political activist and diplomat Himself one of the foremost exponents of iconology, he was the father of art historian and critic Jurgis Baltru aitis Jr.Baltru aitis was born to a family of farmers in Paantvardys village near Jurbarkas, which was then under Imperial Russian rule In 1885, he entered Kaunas gymnasium, and graduated in 1893 he then entered the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Moscow University At the same time, he attended lectures in the Faculty of History and Philology, and studied foreign languages Baltru aitis learned 15 foreign languages during his life.From 1895 onwards, Baltru aitis began to take part in editing Moscow based literary magazines, and he began his own creative work in Russian He joined the Symbolist movement, and, in association with Sergei Polyakov, set up the publishing house Scorpio, which published the chief Russian Symbolist magazines such as Vesy and Severnyie Tzvety as well as collections of the greatest Russian Symbolist poets A member of the city s cultural elite, Baltru aitis was a close friend and colleague of such famous Russian writers and artists as Anton Chekhov, Konstantin Bal mont, Valery Bryusov, Vyacheslav Ivanov, Maksim Gorky, Konstantin Stanislavsky, Mikhail Vrubel, and Aleksandr Scriabin Boris Pasternak was the private home tutor of Baltru aitis s children.Baltru aitis published three collections of poetry in Russian, and another three in Lithuanian He authored many Russian translations of modern literature, including ones from Henrik Ibsen, Oscar Wilde, August Strindberg, Knut Hamsun, and Gabriele D Annunzio His translation of Hunger by Hamsun is considered a classical rendering of this work into Russian, and has been continuously republished right up to contemporary times.Between 1900 and 1914, Baltru aitis lived in Italy and Norway and spent much time traveling in other countries in Western Europe During World War I and the subsequent Russian Revolution he was in Russia, where he actively participated in the Lithuanian political struggle for independence In 1919 he was elected President of the Russian Union of Writers, and was known for his efforts to help and rescue many writers and intellectuals during the first years of the Bolshevik regime.After Lithuania regained independence in 1918, Baltru aitis was appointed Lithuania s ambassador to Russia in 1920 and held this position until 1939 In 1932 he was honored with a doctorate by Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas In 1939, Baltru aitis was appointed a counselor of the Lithuanian embassy in Paris Following the annexation of Lithuania by the Soviet Union, his son, Jurgis Baltru aitis Jr an art and art critic, served as a diplomat for the Lithuanian diplomatic service which continued to represent Lithuanian interests in some Western countries Baltru aitis Sr died in Paris in January 1944 he is buried at Montrouge cemetery.rasyk rasytojai jurgis poezijaf eu baltrusml


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