Emily Dickinson: biografia e poesie

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EMILY DICKINSON: BIOGRAFIA E POESIE

Emily Dickinson.

Emily Dickinson was born on 10th December, 1830. She was born to Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson. She had an older brother named Austin, and a younger sister named Lavinia. As a child, Emily had lots of friends and loved to have fun.
When she grew older though, her social life changed dramatically. First, she would only leave her house to tend to her garden or visit her brother who lived next door.
Then, she started to only stay in her room, occasionally coming down to the kitchen and only once in while going out to her garden.
She had a few nieces and nephews. Her favourite (Gib) died young. She loved children, and would lower gingerbread or other sweets down in a basket from her window. The kids also loved her.
She remained unmarried with no children her whole life, though many people think she had a secret love. Very few of her poems were published during her life, most having been found in a dresser after her death.
Emily Dickinson died on May 15, 1886 at age 55 from Bright’s Disease.

Emily Dickinson: biografia in inglese

EMILY DICKINSON: NATURA E' CIO' CHE VEDIAMO

“NATURE IS WHAT WE SEE”
“Nature” is what we see -
The Hill - the Afternoon -
Squirrel - Eclipse - the Bumble bee -
Nay - Nature is Heaven -
“Nature” is what we hear -
The Bobolink - the Sea -
Thunder - the Cricket -
Nay - Nature is Harmony -

“Nature” is what we know -
But have no Art to say -
So impotent our Windom is
To Her Sincerity.

“NATURA E’ CIO’ CHE VEDIAMO”

“Natura” è ciò che vediamo -
La Collina - il Pomeriggio -
Lo Scoiattolo - l’Eclissi - il Bombo -
Di più - la Natura è Cielo -
“Natura” è ciò che udiamo -
Il Bobolink - il Mare -
Il Tuono - il Grillo -
Di più - la Natura è Armonia -

“Natura” è ciò che sappiamo -
Ma non abbiamo l’Arte di dire -
Così impotente è la nostra Sapienza
Di fronte alla Sua Sincerità.

EMILY DICKINSON E LA NATURA

Emily Dickinson wrote on flowers, bees, birds and spiders, on caterpillars and butterflies, on lightening and volcanoes, mountains and daisies, and hundred other things found in nature.
The most importants lines in the poem (l.e. 1-4-5-8) are apparently unconnected into a sort of definition of nature. We arrive at Emily Dickinson’s conception to nature: in what we see and hear around us there is not only nature, but nature’s harmony, which is also an image of heaven.
Like many romantic poets, Emily Dickinson had the eye of a creative genius, she thought in fact, that the perception of beauty is purely a subjective experience. 

EMILY DICKINSON: POESIE

Questa meravigliosa poesia, evidenzia l’enorme importanza della Natura. Essa è tutto ciò che vediamo, ascoltiamo e sappiamo. Comprende le cose più semplici, che ci circondano quotidianamente. La Natura è un mondo infinito e variegato che, come il cielo, è dipinto di tanti colori, i quali colorano la nostra vita, dandoci l’energia e l’allegria giusta per vivere bene.
E’ difficile da descrivere, perché la mente umana non riesce a dare un valore alla vera Arte, sebbene noi uomini la consideriamo Suprema e Imponente. La nostra superiorità esce dai limiti; non è in grado di “abbassarsi” ad una Sincerità così neutra.