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«IN-FINITO VOLO». METAFORE TRASPARENTI E MONDO DEGLI UMANI. GLI AQUILONI COME «ESSERI VOLANTI» TRA POESIA, PROSA ED ALTRO
ANTONIO DE SIMONE
Studi di Sociologia
Anno 46, Fasc. 2 (Aprile-Giugno 2008), pp. 259-267
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23005214
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Gianni Gasparini is a sociologist and at the same time he is also a poet and a critic. The sociological glares of its work become, in the virtuous encounter with the poetical pen, as many literary reflectors on the human condition. It is necessary to comprise better, after the reading of its poem One hundred kites, if with Gasparini the poetic writing becomes sociology and if the sociology comes used for the construction of the poetic interlacing. If the poetry (and the literature) sociology is made because it narrates sociological types or because it puts in scene social processes sociological utopies like that many times over evoked of the «Community of the kites» composed from one hundred individuals «united and distinguished/communicating and silent».
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