Voci della Mia Gente: Poesie in Vernacolo Sambenedettese: Satire, Favole, Liriche

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Acerbo, Mary Sgattoni
Negrini, Giancarlo
Palestini, Francesco
Vespasiani, Giovanni
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1961
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Signed and inscribed by Giovanni Vespasiani. It took me a long time to find Sambenedetto di Tronto on the Adriatic coast in the territory of Ascoli Piceno. Apparently Giovanni Vespasiani is the favorite-son-poet of the city and territory. I presume that it is this man whose photograph we see on 5. This is a curious publication: large-format (about 8½ x12½), 83 pages in length, with a variety of contents, including a picture of Miss Europe (67). As the closing T of C shows, the materials are divided into the three subcategories given in the subtitle. Four verse fables are gathered on 33-51. Each has a long prose comment after it, and each receives several of Negrini's designs. They are La Vorpe Pruletarie; Lu Ciucce…Artiste!; Lu Ca' e lu Sumare!; and Lu Fattore…e lu Ca'!... Sorry, I cannot understand what is going on in them. My, what one can find at the Porta Portese flea market!
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Tipografia Fratelli Tarquini
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