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Edoardo Sanguineti

Edoardo Sanguineti (1930–2010) is widely considered one of the most important Italian poets of the twentieth century. His critical and creative output is closely linked to the literary avantgarde of the 1950s–’70s. He was also an active member of the Italian Communist Party. His books of poetry include Segnalibro: Poesie 1951-1981, Il Gatto Lupesco: Poesie 1982-2001, and Mikrokosmos:Poesie 1951-2004 (all published by Feltrinelli). (updated 10/2011)

AGNI has published the following work by Edoardo Sanguineti:

“a slogan sliped” (translated from the Italian by Will Schutt)
“during a rather dreary evening conversation” (translated from the Italian by Will Schutt)
“what do you do” (translated from the Italian by Will Schutt)

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