It Looks Like Winter (Presumut Unviȃr): Poems in the Friulian Dialect (1984-86) by Amedeo Gìacomini.

Friulan poet Amedeo Giacomini

Friulan poet Amedeo Giacomini

Amedeo Gìacomini (1939-2006) was a prolific writer: literary scholar, essayist, translator, and poet. He was born in the northeastern border of Italy in Varmo, Udine. Though he wrote and published widely in a variety of genres, he was mostly at home in his native Friulian dialect represented so eloquently and emotionally in his poetry. According to Francesca Cadel in her forward to It looks Like Winter (Trilingual Edition. Translated by Dino Fabris),  he is often compared to other famous...

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