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Next he wrote mainly tragedies until about , including Hamlet, King Lear, and Macbeth, con- sidered some of the finest examples in the English language. Echoing Voices in Italian Literature: Tradition and Translation in the 20th Century Edited by Teresa Franco and Cecilia Piantanida TABLE OF CONTENTS List of. The libretto of the opera Macbeth by the composer Giuseppe Verdi in Italian with translation in English.


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Keep this secret in your heart. You long for greatness, but will you be wicked enough? The road to power is filled with crimes, and woe to him who sets an uncertain foot upon it and retreats! I wish to light a fire in your cold heart!

I shall give you the courage to carry out this bold undertaking. The prophetesses promise you Why delay?

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Accept the gift, mount the throne and reign. Scene 6 Un servo e la precedente. A servant enters. Al cader della sera il Re qui giunge.

MACBETH BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Il servo parte The King will come here this evening. Is Macbeth with him? The servant goes out. Ma sarebbe anche astraendo dalla reverenza dovuta a Shakespeare un grave errore.

I have already discussed extensively the preparation of the sold file, and proposed a reconstruction of its material and textual history through philological evidence in In the same year, the fascist party promulgated the Racial Laws, which dramatically and abruptly changed the lives of Italian Jews—generally ignored, or even respected as a community by the regime until that moment. Mussolini gave the first national announcement of the laws on September the 18th, and the city chosen for the public event—an aggressive speech from the municipal balcony, followed by a reading of the laws themselves—was none other than Trieste.

This shocking trauma obviously opened one of the darkest seasons in the already psychologically challenged life of Saba: son of a Jewish woman, he had officially changed his actual Italian surname, Poli, into the much more Jewish-sounding nom de plume adopted at the beginning of the century, and—here is the rub—he passed it to his daughter Linuccia and to his commercial activity, the Libreria antiquaria.

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But it would be even setting aside the due reverence we grant to Shakespeare a grave mistake. A confirmed paranoid, Saba will never completely overcome the terror triggered by that horrible year, as his late letters show very clearly. He certainly carried some papers with him, but we know that he was afraid of a fascist damnatio memoriae for his literary work, and that therefore, instead of bringing them back with him in Italy, he gave custody of the typed poems that he had in France to his friend Giambattista Angioletti,32 thanks to whom they reached Gianfranco Contini in Switzerland and got published clandestinely in After all, a rather not Dannunzian version of a foreign author would have been much more dangerous to transport than a few pages of poetry, and not just because Shakespeare was famously one of the favorite authors of the most eminent anti-fascist intellectual of that time, Benedetto Croce.

The first step is at the very beginning of the two initial typescripts of Scorciatoie, which can be consulted at the Pavia archive.

Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Lo uccise un suo soldato, che voleva diventare egli re. Intanto una voce gridava: Macbeth, tu uccidi il sonno. On the moral value and the rhetoric of the book, see Liana Cellerino, Sentieri per Capre. He was killed by one of his soldiers, who wanted to become king himself. Meanwhile, a voice was shouting: Macbeth, you do murder sleep.

This time though, literature gives way to history. An additional hint is offered by another text from the same group of proses, one that made it into the final book.

The paragraph, quite long for a scorciatoia, describes the people of Rome right after the Piazzale Loreto execution.

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The citizens are analyzed as psychological subjects experiencing euphoria and regret. It is no coincidence that the scorciatoia is entitled Totem and Tabu. Sarebbe stato tanto di guadagnato per lui e per noi.

Ma avrebbero dovuto fucilare assieme a lui molti altri seguivano nomi e cognomi; tutti adesso di persone — relativamente a lui — giovani; piuttosto di fratelli che di padri. Quelli invece sono ancora a piede libero.

Vedrai che lo saranno per un pezzo. Chi ti dice che egli sia stato il maggior colpevole?

Freud concludes that these three criminals have the great merit of taking on the responsibility to commit an atrocious felony instead of a wider community. Analyzing their profiles though, he declares them selfish, destructive and devoid of love.

Similarly to the two tragic heroes, Smerdjakov fulfills a wish nursed by all his brothers and, according to Freud, by Dostoevskij himself by killing the father. The evening on which it was known—from radio and newspaper announcements—that the executions would take place, there was a restless, festive air in the most crowded sections of Rome. Most of the excitement was centered in the butcher shops, which were very well stocked it was also just before the first of May.

Customers crowded them and seemed more willing than usual to spend money. But as these things go beyond politics, beyond right and wrong, and reason they follow ancient instinctual patterns , by the following day at the tavern where I usually ate, I could already perceive the first symptoms of remorse. People tried to explain what had happened by twist and hidden turns, in words understandable only to those who might have had some inkling of the language of the unconscious.

In fact they should have done it sooner.

It would have been much better for him and for us. But there were plenty of others they should have shot with him, even before him [and here followed first and last names of other relatively young people; brothers rather than fathers]. But instead they were free. Il delinquente non ha amore; e non vede spettri.

When I worked in the Triestine archive, I found the document among the preparatory materials of Parole which was published in , in a folder that contains poems of the early Thirties typed with the same machine used for the version of the Freudian essay. He hated Banco as a brother and competitor; yet, as a comrade-in-arms, he also loved him.

Once the murder was done, the positive side of his feelings came to the surface; it became — in the absence of a compensation — more intense. But — alas! A criminal has no love; and he does not see ghosts. Just as Freud, Saba finds Macbeth a contradictory character, but he does not need to merge him with his wife to solve the problem. In an original non-binary perspective, he prefers to keep the contradiction open.

In fact, I believe that the very admissibility of a sentimental contradiction as a positive psychological and literary position has been discovered by Saba through Shakespeare. In the leave-tacking of the section, the author states that the two parts of his heart are finally made one, and that such a re-composition is accomplished not by healing a fracture, but by filling it to the brim with roses.

O mio cuore dal nascere in due scisso, quante pene durai per uno farne! Quante rose a nascondere un abisso! How many roses to hide an abyss. The English versioni s in Umberto Saba, Songboook.

Such a line of investigation deserves its own essay, and I am not going to pursue it here. Since the beginning, the poet compared the Scottish tragedy to a sublimated form of cannibalism, the kiss. What is really interesting is that in the final version of the book, this scorciatoia is followed by a second one — a sort of appendix — which establishes an even clearer bond between the indefensible corpse in Piazzale Loreto and the contradictory figure of Macbeth.

Ma il grido io temo gli sarebbe morto in gola. The yell though I am afraid would have died on his lips.

The only rational defense acceptable for such a crime is formulated in another long and controversial scorciatoia about a hypothetical lawyer. The homicide of Duncan, directly explored through the translation of the first two acts of the tragedy, was a parricide too. Therefore, in a Freudian perspective, it was an unavoidable sin like the one committed by Mussolini. That is why I believe that he attended to the translation in the early Thirties, and that is—if not only a symbolic date—the year in which he interrupted the work.

It is instead complex, and surprisingly advanced for fascist Italy. All of them thirteen, published between and are clearly interested, above all, in the exquisite and even archaic literacy of the target language: in many cases translators just worked on previous Italian versions, adding their personal style to an arbitrary text.

The result may have not deprived Shakespeare of his baroqueness, but it definitely kept his greatness well in the light. Cited works Aradas, Isabella. Macbeth in Italia.

Bari: Adriatica, Baldoni, Luca. Cellerino, Liana.There lay Duncan in a sound sleep after the fatigues of his journey, and as she viewed him earnestly, there was something in his face, as he slept, which resembled her own father; and she had not the courage to proceed. Hail, madam!

God be with us always, they said. Ah, la paterna mano Non vi fu scudo, o cari, Dai perfidi sicari Che a morte vi ferir! Tornato a casa dalla propria moglie, Lady Macbeth , si viene a scoprire un nuovo lato del carattere di Macbeth.

Trammi al tiranno in faccia, Signore! A child with a king's crown!

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