Melinda Camber Porter In Conversation with Eugenio Montale, 1975 Milan, Italy: V1N1A: New Edition with Euroacademia 2017 Lecture 'Please Do Not Forget Eugenio Montale' and with Nobel Prize Lecture

Melinda Camber Porter In Conversation with Eugenio Montale, 1975 Milan, Italy: V1N1A: New Edition with Euroacademia 2017 Lecture 'Please Do Not Forget Eugenio Montale' and with Nobel Prize Lecture

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Overview

This conversation with Eugenio Montale found Melinda Camber Porter traveling to his home in Milan, Italy in November 1976, after he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.

The new addition (Volume I, Number IA) of Melinda Camber Porter In Conversation With Eugenio Montale includes the lecture “Please Do Not Forget Eugenio Montale” by Joseph R. Flicek presented at the Sixth Euroacademia Conference in Florence, Italy, December 11, 2017.

In this new edition V1N1A of Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Eugenio Montale in Milan in 1976 (Blake Press 2018), we are able to look back at events of the past and can apply them to politics today. Great insight is present for all to see in Eugenio Montale’s Nobel Prize Lecture, presented in both English and Italian in this new edition, along with his conversation with Melinda Camber Porter on art, journalism, politics, poetry and society.

Please do not forget Eugenio Montale, the 1975 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, for his brilliant poetry and much more. Eugenio Montale was born in 1896 and died in 1981. He served in the Italian Army during World War I. He was present for the rise of Fascism here in Florence, Italy before and during World War II. Eugenio Montale twice witnessed European Nationalism tear apart the European Continent twice causing death to millions of humans and destruction to hundreds of cities and villages across Europe. Eugenio Montale’s poetry inspired by; Italy’s natural beauty of the Genoa coast line; love of the American Jewish literary figure, Irma Brandeis, and destructive Nationalism of World War I and World War II. Along with Montale’s love poetry for Irma Brandeis.

The foreword by Canio Pavone, Professor of Italian Studies, who knew Melinda Camber Porter, introduces us to Eugenio Montale and their conversation.

Melinda Camber Porter passed away from ovarian cancer in 2008 and she left a significant body of work in art, journalism, and literature. The Melinda Camber Porter Archive provides for the continuation and expansion of the ideas expressed through her art, journalism, and literature.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942231714
Publisher: Blake Press
Publication date: 01/09/2018
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.44(d)

Table of Contents

Volume 1, Number 1A:

Melinda Camber Porter Archive of Creative Works

Blake Press Publications Academic Year 2015/2016

Volume IA: Journalism Series Books

International Standard Serial Numbers:

ISSN: 2379-2450 (Print), ISSN: 2379-3198 (Ebook), ISSN: 2379-321X (Audio)

Table of Contents

Figures

Lecture at the 6th Euroacademia Conference, December 11-12, 2017, Florence, Italy

‘Please Do Not Forget Eugenio Montale”

Foreword by Canio Pavone

Melinda Camber Porter In Conversation

With Eugenio Montale

The 1975 Nobel Prize in Literature Lecture

English Translation

Italian Translation

Eugenio Montale

About

Career

Bibliography

Further Reading

The Melinda Camber Porter Archive

About

Art

Literature

Film

Journalism

Praise

More Information

Index

Figures

Fig. 1a

Book cover of Le Occasioni by Eugenio Montale

p. ii

Fig. 1b

Inscription inside front cover of

Le Occasioni

p. ii

Fig. 2

Storefront, Canio's Books

Sag Harbor, New York

p. xiii

Fig. 3

Canio Pavone

Canio's Books

Sag Harbor, New York

p. xvi

Fig. 4

Eugenio Montale fotografato nella sua casa Milanese de via Bigli nel gennaio 1961

Eugenio Montale photographed in his home on Via Bigli in Milan in January, 1961

p. 3

Fig. 5

Autoritratto, Eugenio Montale, 1952

Self-portrait, Eugenio Montale, 1952

p. 4

Fig. 6

Self-portrait, Melinda Camber Porter, 1984

p. 5

Fig. 7

Eugenio Montale in 1965

p. 7

Fig. 8a

Dal Diario dal Forte dei Marmi

Woman on Beach, n. 22, Eugenio Montale

From The Diary from Forte dei Marmi

Woman on Beach, n. 22, Eugenio Montale

p. 8

Fig. 8b

Dal Diario dal Forte dei Marmi

Sailboat on Beach, n. 22, Eugenio Montale

From Diario dal Forte dei Marmi, Eugenio Montale

p. 8

Fig. 9

Time To Swim Again Mum, 2009

From the Recuperation Series, Family

on Beach, Melinda Camber Porter

p. 9

Fig. 10

Melinda Camber Porter

New York, 1985

p. 10

Fig. 11

Melinda Camber Porter

ca. 1976

p. 44

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