In this essay, we focus on the poetic collection Recviem pentru țara pierdută, published in 2016 by Nichita Danilov, one of the Romanian authors presented to the Italian public for the first time by the Professor Marco Cugno, who translated some of his poems in 1996. Our analysis focuses on two relevant elements within Danilov’s imagery, the face and the gaze, which are part of the discourse concerning the definition of existence in an eschatological perspective, where the poetic gesture plays an essential role.

CHIPUL ȘI PRIVIREA ÎN RECVIEM PENTRU ȚARA PIERDUTĂ DE NICHITA DANILOV

DE SALAZAR, Danilo
2022-01-01

Abstract

In this essay, we focus on the poetic collection Recviem pentru țara pierdută, published in 2016 by Nichita Danilov, one of the Romanian authors presented to the Italian public for the first time by the Professor Marco Cugno, who translated some of his poems in 1996. Our analysis focuses on two relevant elements within Danilov’s imagery, the face and the gaze, which are part of the discourse concerning the definition of existence in an eschatological perspective, where the poetic gesture plays an essential role.
Nichita Danilov; Romanian poetry; face; gaze; imagery
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