“QUELLE RIVE DANUBIANE ODORANO ORA DI MANDORLE AMARE”: ALTRE NATURE E ALTRI DI SPECIE NELL’OPERA LETTERARIA DI CLAUDIO MAGRIS

  • DIEGO SALVADORI Università di Firenze
Keywords: Animal Studies, Claudio Magris, Ecocriticism, Ecology, Literary Theory

Abstract

The following article considers an ecocritical analysis of Claudio Magris’ literary texts. Through a close reading of selected quotes from Danubio, Un altro mare, Microcosmi, L’infinito viaggiare (but also considering other works such as Alla cieca and Non luogo a procedere) three particular aspects are highlighted: the literary representation of natural places, the narration of ecological crisis and the crucial role played by the presence of animals.

Published
2019-12-31
How to Cite
SALVADORI, D. (2019). “QUELLE RIVE DANUBIANE ODORANO ORA DI MANDORLE AMARE”: ALTRE NATURE E ALTRI DI SPECIE NELL’OPERA LETTERARIA DI CLAUDIO MAGRIS. Italian Studies in South Africa, 32(2). Retrieved from https://italianstudiesinsa.org/index.php/issa/article/view/120