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Il territorio dell'esistenza : Francesco Biamonti (1928-2001)

Abstract : The PhD Thesis is devoted to the study of the work and the poetics of Francesco Biamonti (1928-2001). It proposes a critical analysis showing the connections between the writing of the author, in both its themes and its stylistic choices, and its underlying cultural influences. Biamonti’s novels appear as an attempt to express his personal vision of the world and the human condition, which the Italian writer developed as autodidact all along his life. Framing this vision cannot ignore the considerations of the author about the Ligurian west territory, represented through its twentieth century transformations and its contemporary topics. Thus, the juxtaposition of the words territory and existence in the title suggests the first key to read this work by.The PhD Thesis is articulated in three main parts. The first part, through the study of the narrative space, analyses Biamonti’s reflections on the Mediterranean and European history; moreover, it contains the literary mechanisms and the mythopoietic processes characterizing the representation of the Ligurian territory and the French “Elsewhere” in the novels of the author. The second part is concerned with the study of the characters and, in light of a series of philosophical readings, it examines Biamonti’s conception of the human reality and existence. The third and final part explores the idea of artistic creation and highlights specific characteristics
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Matteo Grassano. Il territorio dell'esistenza : Francesco Biamonti (1928-2001). Linguistics. Université Côte d'Azur; Università degli studi (Pavie, Italie), 2018. Italian. ⟨NNT : 2018AZUR2003⟩. ⟨tel-02426262⟩



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