First published in 1929, Un anno di scuola is one of the most famous short stories by Giani Stuparich and met meaningful approval from Italian critics, from Eugenio Montale to Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo. This paper focuses on the different drafts of the text, from the first one, written when Stuparich was deployed as a soldier in World War I, to the last and final version of 1929. The paper also analyses other literary works and unpublished documents (such as letters and diaries) by Stuparich. Through the evidence provided by these texts, the paper traces the genesis of Un anno di scuola and highlights the remarkable differences between its various drafts, from both a narratological and a stylistic point of view. It is thus shown how Stuparich’s narrative technique evolved over time.

Dall'esperienza al racconto: "Un anno di scuola" nelle carte inedite di Giani Stuparich

Giulia Perosa
2018

Abstract

First published in 1929, Un anno di scuola is one of the most famous short stories by Giani Stuparich and met meaningful approval from Italian critics, from Eugenio Montale to Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo. This paper focuses on the different drafts of the text, from the first one, written when Stuparich was deployed as a soldier in World War I, to the last and final version of 1929. The paper also analyses other literary works and unpublished documents (such as letters and diaries) by Stuparich. Through the evidence provided by these texts, the paper traces the genesis of Un anno di scuola and highlights the remarkable differences between its various drafts, from both a narratological and a stylistic point of view. It is thus shown how Stuparich’s narrative technique evolved over time.
Stuparich, Racconti, Trieste, Archivi, Manoscritti, Un anno di scuola
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