Eugenio Montale at 80

Fraser, Russell
February 1977
New Republic;2/5/77, Vol. 176 Issue 6, p36
Presents information on life and works of Italian poet Eugenio Montale. Information on the family and career background; Discussion of several books of poetry written by Montale; Description of the poet; Reference to the book "Le Occasioni"; Opinion of Montale on modern French poet Rene Char; Statement that the fascists perceived in him their implacable enemy; View that the radical sense of Montale's poetry, addressed to his comic-tragic contemporaries; Report that he has never cared much to argue the charges against him.


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