Routledge Chapman & Hall, 2003 - 263 ページ
A masterpiece of twentieth-century Italian poetry, Halcyon inscribed the landscape of Tuscany with the memories and emotion of the time d'Annunzio himself spent there with the famous actress Eleanora Duse. No less brilliant for his narcissism, this poet, dramatist, and sometimes politician was larger than life, and his broad talent shines through in this carefully organized set of lyrics.
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By the side of the Affrico on an evening in June after rain
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ancient Apollo Apuan Alps ARDI Arethuse Aretusa Arno Arval Brethren asphodel August festival Baths of Diocletian blood breast breath burning calm Cape Crow cloud colour coronal of Glauco d'Annunzio Daphne dawn Derbe distant places Dreams of distant ear of corn earth Envoi Ermione Etruscan eyes face flame flautist flower flute Fourth dithyramb garland goatskin goddess godlike gold golden Gombo grass Greek green hair Halcyon hear heard heart highest Alps hill hippocampus honey horses Icarus inside Knossos Lazio light look Luni madrigals Magra marble melody moon mountain mouth naked Nicarete Ocean laurel oleander olive Orphic anniversary Pasiphae peace pine Pisa Pleiad poems Populonia Procne rain reeds river rock Rome sacred sand scent Second dithyramb seemed Serchio shade shadow shining shore silence smile sound stag Summer madrigals tawny Third dithyramb trembling tributaries Tuscany Undulna Versilia wave wild wind wine wings wood youngster