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Da un metagrido a un grido. Un esempio di riscrittura nell'opera di Erri De Luca

Cariboni Killander, Carla LU (2012) In Revue Romane 47(1). p.131-143
Abstract
The article focuses on a case of rewriting of a short episode in the narrative of Erri De Luca. It is all about a cry: in 1930, in the harbour of Naples, an anonymous woman who is watching the departure of a ship suddenly cries out the name of Salvatore, probably her son being on the ship to emigrate to America. This episode, narrated in the tale “Udito: un grido” first published 1993, returns with striking lexical similarities in the drama L’Ultimo viaggio di Sindbad, 2003. Despite the similarities, one can not consider the second occurrence as a mere copy of the first, because of subtle variations on many levels: change of genre, narrator and perspective give the second occurrence of the cry episode a wider significance, strongly... (More)
The article focuses on a case of rewriting of a short episode in the narrative of Erri De Luca. It is all about a cry: in 1930, in the harbour of Naples, an anonymous woman who is watching the departure of a ship suddenly cries out the name of Salvatore, probably her son being on the ship to emigrate to America. This episode, narrated in the tale “Udito: un grido” first published 1993, returns with striking lexical similarities in the drama L’Ultimo viaggio di Sindbad, 2003. Despite the similarities, one can not consider the second occurrence as a mere copy of the first, because of subtle variations on many levels: change of genre, narrator and perspective give the second occurrence of the cry episode a wider significance, strongly emphazising orality and actualizing a mythical dimension. (Less)
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hypertextuality, Erri De Luca, rewriting, textual transfer
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Revue Romane
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47
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1
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131 - 143
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John Benjamins Publishing Company
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0035-3906
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Italian
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  abstract     = {The article focuses on a case of rewriting of a short episode in the narrative of Erri De Luca. It is all about a cry: in 1930, in the harbour of Naples, an anonymous woman who is watching the departure of a ship suddenly cries out the name of Salvatore, probably her son being on the ship to emigrate to America. This episode, narrated in the tale “Udito: un grido” first published 1993, returns with striking lexical similarities in the drama L’Ultimo viaggio di Sindbad, 2003. Despite the similarities, one can not consider the second occurrence as a mere copy of the first, because of subtle variations on many levels: change of genre, narrator and perspective give the second occurrence of the cry episode a wider significance, strongly emphazising orality and actualizing a mythical dimension.},
  author       = {Cariboni Killander, Carla},
  issn         = {0035-3906},
  keyword      = {hypertextuality,Erri De Luca,rewriting,textual transfer},
  language     = {ita},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {131--143},
  publisher    = {John Benjamins Publishing Company},
  series       = {Revue Romane},
  title        = {Da un metagrido a un grido. Un esempio di riscrittura nell'opera di Erri De Luca},
  volume       = {47},
  year         = {2012},
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