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Anche la maga Medea usa erbe selvatiche per preparare filtri amorosi e magiche pozioni. Una dieta liquida, insomma. Sappiamo, invece, che nella vita di tutti i giorni i Greci banchettavano spesso insieme, mangiando verdure, formaggi, pesce e carne arrosto, e che alla fine della cena aveva inizio il simposio, durante il quale si beveva, si cantava e si conversava.

He is known as the inventor of modern Italian cuisine. He was the first Italian chef to be awarded three Michelin stars and the first one to give them all back.

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Panoram Italia met with the Italian gastronomical living legend chef Gualtiero Marchesi. Go out there and travel, attend art exhibits. It will inspire you anyway. I was recently in Northern Italy, surrounded by mountains. For me it was time to try something new. Marchesi wanted to experience creative cuisine, which had not yet reached Italy where traditions were still strictly. He needed to get out and be in the middle of the action, so he headed to Paris in the midst of He apprenticed at the legendary Ledoyen and went on to the Chapeau Rouge. Later, Marchesi met the world famous chef Paul Bocuse with whom he became friends.

I said to myself, why not include this philosophy in my meals? First three-Michelin-star restaurant in Italy The rave reviews received by Gualtiero Marchesi over the years are a testament to his philosophy, his gastronomic entrepreneurship and his creativity. Opened in , his restaurant Bonvesin de la Riva obtained its first Michelin star the same year. It was awarded its second star the subsequent year and in the restaurant finally received its third one - becoming the first institution in Italy to reach this stellar consecration and making Marchesi the first non-Frenchman to be awarded three stars.

In , Marchesi unexpectedly decided to give back his Michelin stars, causing an outcry on both the Italian and international culinary scenes. His decision was directly in line with his whole culinary philosophy: Last year this very same guide gave the maximum vote to only five Italian restaurants as opposed to 26 restaurants in France. French food is usually over-elaborated compared to Italian dishes that tend to be far more subtle.

Which one of the two is best according to Marchesi? Asked about the latest trends in Italian haute cuisine, Marchesi hastily digresses on the importance for up-and-coming chefs to master basic cooking knowledge. You really have to work hard to even become a cook. You need to assimilate a wide array of information. It is, therefore, very important to have a solid technical base in order to get acquainted to the many different aspects of cooking.

Like a musician, you have to work hard and you need to have a solid technique if you wish to eventually become a composer. Located in the highest areas of the valley of the Bidente River, at the foot of the Tusco-Emilian Apennines, dal Nespoli is one of the most famous producers of the region and is especially recognized for its authentic expression of Sangiovese di Romagna. Romagnola herself, MGM prides itself on cooperating with this historic winery founded in , which is ranked as one of the top five producers of the region by Decanter magazine.

This significant transition is already showing good results in the cellar. Product available at the SAQ: Canada and the United States are two markets very favourable to Italian wines, especially for sangiovese-based products. MGM is focused on convincing consumers that Emilia Romagna offers much more than the red sparkling Lambruscos it is best known for. Moreover, Sangiovese di Romagna wines tend to offer a higher value thanks to their rich and structured character and their affordable prices.

Italian wines are also great with food and Emilia Romagna is especially recognized for its amazing gastronomy, mainly pasta dishes ranging from tagliatelle to tortelli and strozzapretti. Martini strongly believes in the marriage between his wines and the culinary delights of his homeland.

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Mix the flour with the eggs, form the dough into a ball and roll out until thin. Cut it with a ravioli wheel to make tagliatelle 12 cm long and 1 cm wide. Finely chop the vegetables and stir them in a drizzle of oil and the bay leaf. Add the minced meat and cook, add the wine and let it boil off. Ingredients g mature tomatoes g flour ml dry white wine 50 g veal 50 g beef 50 g pork 30 g Parmesan cheese 20 g onion 20 g carrots 20 g celery. Peel and seed the tomatoes and cut them into small pieces.

Pour half on the meat, season with salt and pepper and add a little bit of water. Cook until the sauce is concentrated. Clean the shallots, cut them into thin layers and keep them in fresh water for a while. In a pan, brown the shallots in a drizzle of oil, add the remaining tomatoes and cook for 2 minutes.

Then, add the sauce and half of the stridoli, allow it to reduce and then remove from heat. Cook the tagliatelle in abundant salted water, strain and dress with the sauce. Place the tagliatelle on the plate surrounded by fried stridoli and shallots. Managing Editor and resident wine expert at Panoram Italia magazine, Gabriel has been working in the wine industry for over 10 years and has travelled extensively to various wine regions of Italy.

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Gorgeous, mouth-filling multi-layered Supertuscan with a complex, refreshing lingering finish. Rich and powerful Ornellaia of impressive character displaying well integrated muscular tannins. Refined, velvety wine of impressive balance and complexity with a deep, lingering finish. Charming, luscious white wine. Fragrant Pinot Grigio with a crispy acidity and a vibrant finish. Good, nervy refreshing white wine ending on nice tangy, limy fragrances.

Creamy, rich and complex traditional sparkling wine with a delicate background of sweet almonds. Hot and spicy medium-bodied wine. Great, crisp and unctuous white wine of tremendous depth. Tasty, fruity red wine with a good, spicy ending. Fresh and vibrant everyday white wine. Easy, refreshing red wine with a nice smooth finish. Light, edgy red wine for all occasions. Crisp, fruity white wine displaying peachy, zesty fragrances. Supple and seductive red wine of medium intensity.

Vibrant, accessible sparkling wine with a nice lively finish. Juicy, spicy structured red wine. Refreshing white wine recalling yellow Mirabelle plum.

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South of Menaggio is the lovely lakeside town of Tremezzo. It too has a classic lakeside esplanade, as well as many wonderful old villas and lakefront hotels. Tremezzo is famous for its proximity to the renowned Villa Carlotta. Many consider this 17th century villa to be one of the best on Lake Como. Just south of Tremezzo is the quaint village of Lenno, boasting a lakefront promenade that offers magnificent panoramic views.

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Want to be our next Living Italian Style model? Send your profile with 2 pictures to info panoramitalia and join us on Facebook. Ai frequentatativi in esso altrove notati, aggiungi petesso o petisso da peto , del quale v. Nei frammenti delle poesie di Cicerone massime in quelli delle sue traduzioni di Arato, che si trovano principalmente citati da lui, come nei libri de Divinat. Vedine la definizione nel Forcell. Il diminuimento spagnuolo in ico ica dee venire dal lat.

Uso proprio di tutte tre le lingue figlie. Anche causa si dice in italiano e in francese ec. Premo-pressum-presser, pressare co' derivati. Aggiungilo al detto altrove de' composti oppressare, soppressare ec. Si riprende l'uomo che non sia mai contento del suo stato.

Rodo-rosum-rosicchiare, rosecchiare, rosicare volg. Questo si osserva per lo meno in quasi tutti i generi anche vegetali. Buffon, nel capitolo, se non erro, della Vecchiezza. Gli spagnuoli harda, hardilla. En tanto in ispagnuolo del che altrove o spesso o sempre vuol dire infino a tanto , come nelle Novelas exemplares di Cervantes p. Retinere per ricordarsi , come in ital.

Inconsideratus per non considerans, qui considerare non solet. Cieo cies civi citum diverso da cio iis ivi itum [] co' suoi composti, aggiungasi ai verbi della seconda che hanno il perfetto in vi , e il supino in itum breve, de' quali altrove.


Exanimus e inanimus debbono esser contrazioni di exanimatus e inanimatus , che pur si trovano. Similmente semianimus di un semianimatus dal semplice animatus. Innumerus debb'esser contrazione di un innumeratus dal semplice numeratus , con significato d' innumerabilis , come invictus per invincibilis e tanti altri simili, di cui altrove, e v. Queste contrazioni aggiungansi al detto d' inopinus necopinus ec. Il tale rassomigliava i piaceri umani a un carcioffo, dicendo che conveniva roderne prima e inghiottirne tutte le foglie per arrivare a dar di morso alla castagna.

E soggiungeva che esso non volendosi accomodare a roder le foglie si era contentato e contentavasi di non gustarne alcuna castagna. E soggiungeva che esso non si potendo accomodare a ingoiarsi le foglie ec. Idiotismo comune al greco e italiano. Vedi Creuzer Meletemata e Disciplina antiquitatis Lips. E la mutazione della coniugazione dalla prima nella terza, sarebbe appunto come nei composti di do del che pure altrove anch'esso monosillabo come sto. E quanto al significato e all'uso ec. Il tale diceva non esser ben detto quel che si afferma comunemente che basta l'apparenza p.

Affermare , dove allegando il Bocc. Chi che si fosse, qual o qualche se ne fosse la cagione, qual si sia o qualsisia, non so chi si fosse che ec. Pesado per pesante, que pesa , tanto nel proprio come nel figurato. Onde ci bisogna rinunziare alla credenza o di questa o di quelle. E in ambo i modi rinunzieremo alla nostra ragione. Cervantes Novelas exemplares, Milan A proposito di quel che ho scritto altrove sopra un luogo di Donato ad Terent.

En el entretanto que. Altro per nulla ec. Caro Lettera a nome del Guidiccioni, lett. Hasta tanto come in ital. Illustratus per illustris , il participio per l'aggettivo. Il tale negava che si potesse amare senza rivale. Vigilia della Festa del Corpus-Domini. Qua spetta il nostro idiotismo sempre comune tra noi, massime nello scritto, dal a oggi, di aggiungere il si dativo al verbo essere.

Experimentado per esperto , come noi sperimentato ed esperimentato , del che altrove. Altro per nulla, cosa alcuna. Thomas Essai sur les Femmes. Anche nomen viene da nosco. Callado per tacente , come tacitus da taceo-itum , del [] che altrove. Dilettare-dileticare coi derivati ec. Ogni potenza dell'anima si estingue colla speranza. Sacrificandosi ancora agli altri, non d'altronde egli ne aveva la forza se non da questo ritorno e rivolgimento sopra di se.

Notinsi in questo verbo due cose. La derivazione manifesta dal greco, e la forma diminutiva o frequentativa. Festa della Visitazione di Maria Santissima. Festa della Visitazione della Beatissima Vergine Maria. Anche tra i greci fu in uso in certi luoghi lo spettacolo di combattenti mercenarii. Luciano sulla fine del Toxaris sive de Amicitia, opp. Domenica infraottava della Visitazione. Il titolo di divino divinamente ec. Al detto altrove circa l'uso latino conforme all'italiano di usare pleonasticamente il pronome dativo sibi , v.

E quel che dico dell'anima dico degli altri enti immateriali, compreso il Supremo. Scapula e Luciano opp. Vi saranno ancora altri simili esempi da simili nomi. Anche in greco i derivativi sono sempre, se non erro, dal genitivo o noto o ignoto, o di un dialetto o comune ec. Descansado , che ha riposato, detto di persona.

Cervantes, Novelas exemplares, Milan. Del bello esterno come sia relativo vedi un luogo insigne di Cicerone De Natura Deorum 1. Capella, capretta coi derivati, metafore ec. Al detto altrove delle porpore ec. Coltare, coltato da colo-cultum. Amaricare frequentativo alla latina, come fodicare ec. Giacomo Apostolo, mio omonimo. Vigilia di San Giacomo Apostolo.

Chorea, carola, caroletta , quasi choreola. Inauditus per qui non audit. Odorus, inodorus per qui odoratur ec.

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Un altro italianismo vedilo ib. Clepo-cleptum onde clepso is , ben potrebbe esser esso l'origine del gr. Dell'amor dei vecchi alla vita v. Laus vitae , e massime il luogo di Licofrone. Festa di San Lorenzo Martire. Dissimulatus in senso attivo. Omisso per que omite, trascurato. Vigilia dell'Assunzione di Maria Santiss. Al detto di quaerito. Al detto di vermiglio. Verbo diminutivo o frequentativo. Uomo ben considerato , per savio, prudente ec. Delle idee concomitanti annesse a certe parole, del che dico altrove, v. Dell'influenza della letteratura e filosofia sulla lingua, e della formazione della lingua latina ib.

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  5. Delle vicende della lingua francese, v. Pendo-penso as, pesare, pesar, peser. Dispettare, rispettare, respecter ec. E mille altri esempi se ne trovano negli antichi, chi ha pratica di loro ed osserva bene. Porzio Congiura de' Baroni ec. Festa di Maria Vergine Santissima Addolorata. Sedeo es, sido is - sedo as. Necessitado per bisognoso, que necessita. Diciamo volgarmente quanto per solo , come un po' d'acqua quanto per estinguere la sete ec.

    Di tal frase greco-italiana, altrove. Turbo-tourbillon , diminutivo positivato.

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    6. Simulato, dissimulato, disimulado ec. Voci latino-barbare usitate negli annali antichi e carte antiche pubbliche di Recanati, per facchino ec. Non solo, come ho detto altrove, nessun secolo barbaro si credette esser tale, ma ogni secolo si credette e si crede essere il non plus ultra dei progressi dello spirito umano, e che le sue cognizioni, scoperte ec. Provveduto per provvido, provvidente. Della invenzione dell'uso del fuoco, della quale ho parlato altrove, quanto fosse difficile e tarda ec.

      Risentito, sentito in senso neutro. Issuto, essuto , antichi participii italiani per stato del verbo essere.

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      Aggiungansi al detto altrove di suto, sido ec. Festa del Patrocinio di Maria Santissima. Poliziano Orfeo atto I, ed. Esoso in senso attivo. Casa Galateo capo 1. Abundado , voce antica spagnuola per abbondante. Saavedra Faxardo, Idea de un principe politico Christiano, Amsterdam Privus per privatus , participio. Contemtus nello stesso senso. Beritola e dei cavriuoli. Andava disposto di fargli vituperosamente morire.

      Trasandato per negligente, che trasanda. Vigilia della Venuta della S. Pseudo-Luciano nella fine del Philopatris. Altro per alcuna cosa o per nulla in senso di aliquid. Sfondare-sfondolare coi derivati ec. Soverchiare, soperchiare , quasi superculare , da supero as che vale lo stesso. Honoratus, honorate per onorevole, onorevolmente , come in italiano.

      Honorus per honoratus in senso di honorabilis honorificus. Corpusculum per corpus , sebbene con qualche significanza diminutiva o dispregiativa. A proposito di quello che altrove ho detto p. Dissero i nostri antichi anche di ricapo. Ricordano Malespini Cronica o Storia Fiorentina ed. Vedi pure il Gloss. Le prime sillabe di chri-stianisme e di cry-pte si pronunziano al modo stessissimo.

      Il che per ambe le parti accade spessissimo in francese in inglese ec. Trovasi nella storia commentizia d'Apollonio Discolo cap. Voltaire opere scelte, Londra Venezia Vi si cita Eudosso rodio. Verbi attivi richiedenti l'accusativo, usati col genitivo al modo italiano, francese ec.

      Nel detto Antigono c. Gerere - belli-gerare, fami-gerare ec. Il Villani nel luogo parallelo lib. Ferramenta, vasellamenta , e simili, da' nomi in ento. Discordato per discordante, discorde. Cinta plurale di cinto. Porfiado per que porfia. Profuso per che profonde. Obliviscor da un perduto verbo oblivio-obbliare per obbliviare , mangiato il v al solito, e congiunti i due i in uno, come obblio da oblivium.

      Che porto as venga da [] porrigo , contratto il suo porrectus in portus v. Reprimo is - repressar spagn. Senza altro pane o biada per senza punto di pane o biada. Arrojado hombre, Uomo avventato. Comment prouvez-vous cette assertion? Par deux faits palpables: Bisogna distinguere tra il fine della natura generale e quello della umana, il fine dell'esistenza universale, e quello della esistenza umana, o per meglio dire, il fine naturale dell'uomo, e quello della sua esistenza. L'uomo ama naturalmente e immediatamente solo il suo bene, e il suo maggior bene, e fugge naturalmente e immediatamente solo il suo male e il suo maggior male: E quel che dico dell'uomo intendasi di tutti i viventi.

      Molti antichi, come G. Gli enti sensibili sono per natura enti souffrants , una parte essenzialmente souffrante dello universo. Sentido de la perdita per que siente senziente, che si duole la perdida. Con che ella ha purificato gli animi, e ridottigli quanto alle cognizioni in uno stato simile al naturale, nel quale niuno o ben pochi esistevano dei pregiudizi che ella ha distrutto. Una corona d'oro, che, secondo una tradizione degli Ungheri era discesa dal cielo, e che conferiva a chi la portava un diritto incontrastabile al trono.

      Esso consiste nella corona che portano. Tanta occasione ha l'uomo di farsi familiare il dolore. L'uomo speculativo e riflessivo, vivendo attualmente, o anche solendo vivere nel mondo, si gitta naturalmente a considerare e speculare sopra gli uomini nei loro rapporti scambievoli, e sopra se stesso nei suoi rapporti cogli uomini. Disonorato, Inonorato, Inhonoratus ec. Honorus, inhonorus per honoratus, inhonoratus. Innamorato per che innamora.

      Ma poi che 'l dolce riso. Poi che per mio destino, stanza 5. Quando fra l'altre dame. Scalino - scala, scaglione ec. Tra via, per in via. Se Dio facesse altro di me , vale, facesse alcuna cosa, nulla. E del vecchio eramo come certissimi che prestatomi indubitata fede, ne dovesse andar la senza pensare altro. La padrona subito si spoglia, e senza pensare ad altro a nulla nel letto si corica.

      Simonetta Agnello Hornby among the protagonists of Romics

      Jean Molinet, Dicts et faits notables , p. Chi di noi sarebbe atto a immaginare, non che ad eseguire, il piano dell'universo, l'ordine, la concatenazione, l'artifizio, l'esattezza mirabile delle sue parti ec. Non vi pare che possa? Dite dunque un intelletto maggiore dell'umano un millone di volte, un bilione, un trilione, un trilione di trilioni. Lo stesso dico della potenza. Lascio anche stare le innumerabili imperfezioni che si ravvisano, non pur fisicamente, ma metafisicamente e logicamente parlando, nell'universo. Del resto quello che nella struttura ec.

      Anzi allora questo che noi chiamiamo ordine e che ci pare artifizio mirabile, sarebbe e se noi lo potessimo concepire, ci parrebbe disordine e inartifizio totale ed estremo. Italianismo di Epitteto, Enchiridio, cap. Del resto amant stoici extenuandarum rerum causa, deminutiva Simpson not. Lascio le odi di Orazio e i libri di Ovidio, Tibullo, Properzio ec. Dove trovo nelle note: I ricchi Ateniesi per lusso usavano di tener servi negri. Visconti Museo Pio Clem. In questo senso bisogna intendere quel luogo di Epitteto Enchirid. E comandolle che senza altro nulla dire, per sua propria l'allevasse.

      Noi speriamo sempre e in ciascun momento della nostra vita. Durant antico poeta francese, ap. Il genitivo per l'accusativo. Antico verbo francese, col suo derivato pilloterie , ap. Profusus per che profonde. Tutti nello stesso senso attivo. Da aggiungersi al detto altrove di retinere ec. Trafelato per che trafela, trafelante. Autore del poema La Passione di Cristo N. Ronzino, ronzone , probabilmente diminutivi positivati.

      Antico verbo francese, portato anche nel Diz. Pouvoir - francese antico pooir , sostantivo, come si vede ib. Rado, rasum-raser francese, raschiare frequentativo-diminutivo quasi rasculare, raschiatura ec. Adulater , antico verbo franc. Additions et corrections du tome premier, page 8. Nonpareil , o non pareil v. Se gercer, s'entr'ouvrir par de petites fentes ou crevasses. Strascinare - strascicare, strascico ec. Similmente appunto noi diciamo grosso mercante, possidente grosso, famiglia grossa e simili, per ricca. Timon, cest insigne et beau haysseur d'homme, qui, tant envieusement, mangea son pain seulet.

      Curata o corata coratella o curatella o coradella ec. Variato o vaiato, svariato, disvariato, divariato per vario o vaio Bologna. Notisi, oltre alla positivazione del diminutivo il cambiamento del v in g. I nostri antichi dissero anche uvola. Scalprum, scalpro-scarpello coi derivati. Anche i verbi desiderativi o comunque li chiamino si formano dai supini. Agiato, agiatamente, disagiato ec. Marco, marca-marchio; marcare marchiare. Sarda-sardella , e noi volgarmente sardone. Adombrato neutro, per che adombra. Trasognato per che trasogna. Ghignare, sghignare - ghignazzare, sghignazzare. Strida, grida, pera, mela plur.

      Nubes, nube-nuvola, nuvolo, nugolo ec. Visco, viscoso, vesco, viscus o viscum-vischio, vischioso, veschio. Lens-lenticula; lente-lenticchia, lentille franc. Inviscare - invischiare ec. Trombettare e strombettare , coi derivati. Tero is tritum-tritare ital. Al detto altrove di dicere-dicare aggiungansi i composti praedicare, dedicare ec.

      Gli uni sedare-fugare sono attivi, gli altri sedere-fugere neutri. Archytas Pythagoreus, de viro bono et beato ap. Quali regole sicure abbiamo, non per la lezione letterale ma per la grammaticale? Nulla ne sappiamo; e molto meno sappiamo in qual modo si abbiano da supplire. In questo in questa in quello in quella ec. Agatarsidae sic Samii in 4. Significano ambedue le voci lo stesso. Ignatius Liebel ad Archilochi fragm. Taso era nome di un'isola aggiacente alla Tracia. A questo frammento di Archiloco il Jacobs fa questa osservazione.

      Propter montium iuga poeta sic appellasse videtur insulam. Plurimas partium corporis appellationes ad terrarum situm et conditionem significandam translatas diligenter collegit Eustath. Or notisi il nostro schiena d'asino o a schiena d'asino , detto di strade ec. Nec stat glacies iners Menses per omnes.

      Era frase usitata per esprimere le sventure ec. Causado per que causa. Divertido per que divierte. O ter quaterque beati. Cavalca Specchio di croce, capit. Divenire-diventare da ventum sup. He was slippery with soap, and I had to stand in the water before I could raise him at all.

      All the time I could hear her down there, talking to the operator. They gave her the police. Frattanto udivo Cora parlare col centralino. Yet, I believe it was precisely translating from American English that, because of the deviation from the norm that it encouraged, challenged the practice of domestication, while legitimizing the most audacious attempts to renovate contemporary Italian language and literature. Bassani is not immune from these traits, even though they are less showy and more random than those of his colleague and longtime friend.

      Here are some examples: The following example is maybe even more illuminating: Well, first I get on a boat and go down to Nicaragua. All the really fine pumas come from Nicaragua. However, if the first occurrence mi portafino al Nicaragua is still acceptable, the second and third times, the insistent use of al Nicaragua simply does not sound right. There is no apparent reason for repeating it, especially so since no disambiguation is needed, and correct and fluent Italian tends to avoid repetitions as much as possible.

      Unless we admit, as I will suggest, that Bassani is intentionally ab-using his own mother tongue in order to question the very norms that regulate it. Contrary to nouns and verbs, which are intelligible by themselves since they have a direct relation to either an object or a unity of meaning, prepositions function between signifying members and resist what Derrida, in his essay on metaphor, calls the nominalizable Derrida, []: Given that their use is simply a matter of convention, languages vary a lot in the way they employ such particles and some of them do not even occur in certain languages.

      Quite the opposite, it exhibits the awkwardness of its status as translated text. By tampering with common usage, they open a field of potentiality in translation. They suggest the uncertainty of both signifying and interpreting process, and reflect the errant condition of any translator. Just like an unwelcome guest, he feels uncomfortable throughout his staying and expresses his embarrassment by messing around and refusing to clean up, before resuming his nomadism. With no fixed abode or permanent address, the translator is thus a loner, a wanderer, constantly drifting from one place to the other, living in-between languages and cultures, participating in them both but never fully belonging to any.

      Apart from a number of English words that Bassani simply incorporates as they are in his version, there are a few others that are not translated and yet marked, either with italics or inverted commas Cain, []: Publishing houses do not generally encourage them, since they are graphically unattractive and encumber page layout.

      Most readers do not like them either and just skip them. Therefore, if Bassani used footnotes in his translation of a best-selling crime story, they were either his last resort or he was taking sides on a controversial issue and making a theoretical statement. As far as the term wop is concerned, it had already caused not a few problems to other Italian translators from American literature, like Pavese translating Dos Passos in the s, because of the fascist prohibition to say anything insulting or unpatriotic about Italians.

      The fact that Bassani leaves these words untranslated in his text, while providing a more or less informed definition in the footnotes, indicates that, far from diluting or appropriating the foreignness of the source, he aimed at highlighting it. In refusing homogenization, his translation is more respectful both of the original author and of his extended Italian readers.

      He constantly reminds them of the fact that they are in front of a translation, that they are entering another world, an elsewhere always to be on the alert for. Nick is drunk and unconsciously moving toward his violent death. Frank is pretending to be drunk while preparing to kill him. Cora is playing along as she drives them both to the crime scene. Here are the lyrics that Cain reproduces in his novel: In contravening a translating convention of transparent discourse, which at most accepts the other way round, that is the translation in the corpus of the text and the original as a reference in the footnote, Bassani proves that, if not as a writer, at least as a translator, he could transgress linguistic and editorial rules.

      His solution to the debated question of how to render rhyme, verse and rhythm in a different tongue diverges from the beaten track and suggests the final impossibility of translating verse. By relegating his version to the bottom of the page, thus lowering it to the same paratextual level as his previous paraphrases, he declares that there is more than semantics involved in translation. His denial of both the possibility and the necessity of Italianizing American folk music pursues fidelity to its extreme consequences, that is word-for-word repetition of the original song.

      In incorporating foreign words, phrases and syntactical structures in his translation, while tampering with standard Italian usage, he denied the racist ideology at the basis of the fascist linguistic nationalism and practiced a more ethical approach to the language of the other. There is no gluing together the broken pieces, as Benjamin wished for his symbolic vessel in the early s, because fragments simply do not match anymore. No matter how hard he tries to expand and deepen his language in the direction of the alien, to reach and welcome the other into the texture of his own idiom, there is still something he will not understand, comprehend, or be able to translate.