Laurentius Ferlinghetti

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Nativitas: 24 Martii 1919; Yonkers
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: officer, Poëta, Scriptor, editor, pictor, diurnarius

Memoria

Laurae: Janus Pannonius International Poetry Prize, Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community, James Madison Freedom of Information Award
Laurentius Ferlinghetti in City Lights anno 2007.
Laurentius Ferlinghetti in Grolier Bookshop in Quadrato Harvardiano anno 1965 cum Gordon Cairnie, possessore tabernae. Photographema Elsa Dorfman.
Unum ex operibus Laurentii Ferlinghetti est Jack Kerouac Alley Franciscopolis, prope City Lights Bookstore.


Laurentius Ferlinghetti (natus 24 Martii 1919) est poeta, pictor, agitator liberalis Americanus, et co-conditor City Lights Booksellers & Publishers. Auctor poematum, fictionis, theatri, iudicii artis, et narrationis pellicularum, ac interpres operum conversorum, libro A Coney Island of the Mind (1958) innotuit, congerie poematum quae in novem linguas conversa est, plus quam millione exemplarium venditorum.[1]

Poesis[recensere | fontem recensere]

De poesi, Ferlinghetti scripsit:

Si poeta esse velis, opera crea quae provocatione temporum apocalypticorum obire possint, etiamsi haec significatio ipsa apocalyptica videtur. ¶ Tu es Whitman, tu es Poe, tu es Mark Twain, tu es Aemilia Dickinson et Edna Sanctus Vincentius Millay, tu es Neruda et Mayakovsky et Pasolini, tu es Americanus aut non Americanus, tu verbis victores vincere potest.[2][3]

Poesis Ferlinghettiana, quamquam rebus vulgaribus imbuta, in memoriis lyricis et narrativis conditur. Inter eius argumenta sunt pulchritudo mundi naturalis, tragicomica vulgi vita, discrimen singuli in societate magnaria, et somnium et proditio democratiae. Inter poetas qui multum apud eum valent sunt T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, E. E. Cummings, H. D., Marcellus Proust, Carolus Baudelaire, Iacobus Prévert, Gulielmus Apollinaire, et Blasius Cendrars. Umum ex eis poematibus, "Two Scavengers in a Truck, Two Beautiful People in a Mercedes," est res gradu GCSE in Anglia et Cumbria lecta, pars congeriei poematum in anthologia AQA. "Just As I Used to Say," suum poema fortasse notissimum, anno 1976, editum est, Ferlinghetti anno aetatis suae 57.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1955. Pictures of the Gone World. City Lights. Poemata. Amplificata, 1995. ISBN 9780872863033.
  • 1958. A Coney Island of the Mind. Poemata. [1]. New Directions.
  • 1958. Tentative Description of a Dinner Given to Promote the Impeachment of President Eisenhower. Poema. Golden Mountain Press.
  • 1960. Her. Prosa. New Directions.
  • 1961. One Thousand Fearful Words for Fidel Castro. Poema. City Lights.
  • 1961. Starting from San Francisco. Poemata. New Directions.
  • 1961. Journal for the Protection of All Beings. Diarium. City Lights.
  • 1963. Unfair Arguments with Existence. Ludi scaenici. New Directions.
  • 1963. Where is VietNam? Poema. Golden Mountain Press.
  • 1964. Routines. Ludi scaenici. New Directions.
  • 1968. Two Scavengers in a Truck, Two Beautiful People in a Mercedes
  • 1968. On the Barracks: Journal for the Protection of All Beings 2. City Lights.
  • 1969. Tyrannus Nix? New Directions.
  • 1970. The Secret Meaning of Things. New Directions.
  • 1970. The Mexican Night. New Directions.
  • 1970. Back Roads to Far Towns After Basho. City Lights
  • 1971. Love Is No Stone on the Moon. ARIF
  • 1973. Open Eye, Open Heart. New Directions.
  • 1976. Who Are We Now? New Directions.
  • 1978. Northwest Ecolog. City Lights.
  • 1980. Landscapes of Living and Dying. ISBN 0811207439.
  • 1986. Over All the Obscene Boundaries.
  • 1988. Love in the Days of Rage. E. P. Dutton. (City Lights, 2001), mythistoria
  • 1993. A Buddha in the Woodpile. Atelier Puccini.
  • 1993. These Are My Rivers: New & Selected Poems, 1955–1993. New Directions. ISBN 0811212521.
  • 1995. City Lights Pocket Poets Anthology. City Lights. ISBN 9780872863118.
  • 1998. A Far Rockaway Of The Heart. New Directions. ISBN 0811213471.
  • 2001. How to Paint Sunlight: Lyrics Poems & Others, 1997–2000. New Directions. ISBN 081121463X.
  • 2001. San Francisco Poems. City Lights Foundation. ISBN 9781931404013.
  • 2003. Life Studies, Life Stories. City Lights. ISBN 9780872864214.
  • 2004. Americus: Part I. New Directions.
  • 2005. A Coney Island of the Mind. Arion Press.
  • 2007. Poetry as Insurgent Art. New Directions.
  • 2008. A Coney Island of the Mind: Special 50th Anniversary Edition with a CD of the author reading his work. New Directions.
  • 2010. 50 Poems by Lawrence Ferlinghetti 50 Images by Armando Milani. (Rudiano. ISBN 9788889044650.
  • 2012. Time of Useful Consciousness (Americus, Book II). New Directions. ISBN 9780811220316.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Mark Howell, About The Beats: The Key West Interview: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 1994, (Abouthebeats.blogspot.com, 30 Septembris 2007).
  2. Anglice: "If you would be a poet, create works capable of answering the challenge of apocalyptic times, even if this meaning sounds apocalyptic. ¶ You are Whitman, you are Poe, you are Mark Twain, you are Emily Dickinson and Edna St. Vincent Millay, you are Neruda and Mayakovsky and Pasolini, you are an American or a non-American, you can conquer the conquerors with words."
  3. Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Poetry as Insurgent Art [I am signaling you through the flames].

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Charters, Ann, ed. 1992. The Portable Beat Reader. Novi Eboraci: Penguin Books. ISBN 0670838853; ISBN 0140151028.
  • Cherkovski, Neeli. 1979. Ferlinghetti: A Biography. Doubleday.
  • Collins, Ronald, et David Skover. 2013. Mania: The Story of the Outraged & Outrageous Lives that Launched a Cultural Revolution. Top-Five Books.
  • Silesky, Barry. 1990. Ferlinghetti: The Artist in His Time. Warner Books.
  • Skau, Michael. 1989. Constantly Risking Absurdity: The Writings of Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Whitson.
  • Smith, Larry R. 1983. Lawrence Ferlinghetti" Poet-at-Large. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University. ISBN 0809311011, ISBN 080931102X.
  • Theado, Matt. 2003. The Beats: A Literary Reference. Carroll & Graf.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]