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Outraging Nature. Zanzotto’s and Tarkovsky’s Nonplaces Between Wasted Arcadia and Landscape’s Revenge

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Roberto Binetti
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Adele Bardazzi
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This paper aims to explore Zanzotto and Tarkovsky’s representations of the conflict between historical and natural temporalities. In order to better identify common patterns and themes, we will focus our analysis on a few poems selected from the collections Il Galateo in Bosco (1978) and Sovrimpressioni (2001), which describe a lyrical journey through nonplaces We will then compare these texts to Tarkovsky’s way of depicting similar situations in his sci-fi movies. Some of the elements that can be found in both the poet and in the filmmaker’s work include : the metaphor of water (rain in Meteo, crystallization in Conglomerati, the apparently aquatic planet of Solaris and the role of the mud in Stalker); the figure of the guide (the «alta guida» in Il Galateo in Bosco, the holy-fool in Stalker) as well as the interferences between scientific, lyrical and religious languages (the Writer-Professor-Stalker triad in Stalker; Zanzotto’s protean faith). The paper places particular emphasis on the stylistic tools deployed by the two authors: Tarkovsky’s long take, ellipsis and cut; Zanzotto’s macrology, enjambment and use of white spaces.
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hal-03948991 , version 1 (20-01-2023)

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matilde manara, Roberto Binetti, Adele Bardazzi. Outraging Nature. Zanzotto’s and Tarkovsky’s Nonplaces Between Wasted Arcadia and Landscape’s Revenge. Andrea Zanzotto Poetic Clusters, In press. ⟨hal-03948991⟩
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