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Not only have I read every word of his I could find (much of it several times), at sixteen I made a hajj to Recanati, and even committed for once the sartorial atrocity of wearing a T-shirt with print on it--a verse of his (something repeated only for Baudelaire, his sonnet to the cat).
(Let the increasingly forgetful, increasingly middle-aged lady brag...)What always amazes me is how unknown he is in North America. Considering some of the characteristics of the "dolce stil nuovo" poetry in the 13th Century, where the use of symbolisms and intrincated metaphors was essential, you can establish some connections with the type of poetry developed the 19th century.
As for "il Decadentismo", which I assume is later and more in response to the French and the Byzantine past, here are a few names I am looking at: Enrico Nencioni, Contessa Lara, Eduardo Scarfoglio, Giulio Salvadori, "Panzacchi", Adolfo De Bosis, Eduardo Calandra, Luigi Gualdo, Dominico Gnoli, Giovanni Camerana, Arturo Graf, Remigio Zena and Vittoria Aganoor Pompili. Not a single thing is worthyour beating: the earth’s not worthyof your sighs. Actually, having read a few of his writings, I would hesitate to consider Remigio Zena decadent.
Two names well worth mentioning, though hardly decadents, are Giacomo Leopardi and Benedetto Croce (who addressed the decadence as a moral and religious phenomenon). I feel, in truth,not only hope, but desirefor dear illusion has vanished. Bitter and tedious,life is, nothing more: and the world is mud. He is quite different from Gabriele D'Annunzio, who is considered the Italian decadent 'per eccellenza'.
I've pinched one of Leopardi's poems: To Himself Now you’ll rest forevermy weary heart. Giacomo must have been horribly immature ;) (Compassion: He spent his youth in libraries, was not lovely and cultivated a hunch.
As a blot on the landscape of the female gaze, no doubt existence had much to answer for.
I will have to look through Del Principe's book for names... The term "scapigliatura" was used for the first time by Cletto Arrighi (Carlo Righetti's pseudoym) in the novel La Scapigliatura.
Other important members of the movement were Vittorio Imbriani, Giovanni Camerana, Iginio Ugo Tarchetti, Carlo Dossi, Camillo and Arrigo Boito ed Emilio Praga; the sculptor Giuseppe Grandi and painters Tranquillo Cremona, Mosè Bianchi, Daniele Ranzoni; in music Arrigo Boito himself (who composed and wrote librettos), Franco Faccio, Alfredo Catalani and Amilcare Ponchielli.Several of its members led dissolute lives, subject to drinking, amorality and short mortality – Praga died at age 36, Tarchetti at age 28.Camillo Boito, whom you mentioned among the writers you would like to read, is famous for his novel Senso, which eventually became a famous movie by director Luchino Visconti.Even though he was influenced by Verismo, his extraordinary stylistic capacity and poetic strength turns his writing into a text full of humanity and irony, which he uses to see the different characters of a harbor village.His other novel, "L'Apostolo" (The Apostle), is very different.The novel definitely belongs to Verismo, nothing of Scapigliatura in it.