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Brief Homage to Pluto and Other Poems

Fabio Pusterla

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Award-winning new translations of a major contemporary Italian poet

Brief Homage to Pluto and Other Poems collects forty-five poems by Fabio Pusterla, one of the most distinguished Italian-language poets writing today. Born in Switzerland and resident in Italy, Pusterla engages the pressing moral concerns of his age and excavates the hidden realities of our concrete world. These are poems of disquieting Alpine landscapes and rift zones, filled with curious fauna, lanced with troubling memories, built “from the bottom, from the margins, from outside” the mainstream.

Pusterla is the author of eight critically acclaimed books of poetry and has received several major literary prizes. Selected and translated by Will Schutt, himself an award-winning poet, this volume draws from Pusterla’s six most recent collections to capture a wide range of the poet’s work. With English translations and Italian originals on facing pages, Brief Homage to Pluto and Other Poems deftly introduces one of Europe’s most ambitious, imaginative, and humane poets to English-speaking readers.

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The Poetess, Scientist, Acoustic ecology, Edmund (King Lear), Philosophy, The Suppliants (Euripides), Essay, Desert Fathers, Petroglyph, Osip Mandelstam, My Father, Academy of American Poets, Psalms, Satires (Juvenal), Respiro, Poetry, Solomon ibn Gabirol, Autonomous space, Cormac McCarthy, The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Aeschylus, Cernobbio, Egyptians, Rill, Benny Andersen, Le nuvole, Pamphlet, Sound studies, Writing, Biophony, Edmund Keeley, Valsolda, David Hinton, Lisel Mueller, Escarpment, Fondo, Veri, Calcite, Sonoran Desert, Award, Ms. (magazine), Subjunctive mood, Scagliola, Treatise, Israelites, Metaphor, Paul Claudel, Mary Ann Caws, Henry David Thoreau, Nature writing, Callimachus, Tarjei Vesaas, Eugenio Montale, Ticino League, Lyric poetry, Singing, Peter Cole, Interdependence, Soundscape, Nobel Prize, Monasticism, Rainer Maria Rilke, True Story (magazine), Philip Sherrard, Literature, Angelos Sikelianos, Lombardy, Silencing, Paese, Leonard Nathan