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Författare: Roberto Rasia Dal Polo.

Conduci la tua vita!” è un manuale romanzato che svela tutti i segreti che un presentatore utilizza sul palco e che chiunque può usare nella vita per migliorare la propria capacità comunicativa e relazionale. Perché la vita è come un evento, la si può subire oppure condurre. Bisogna infatti sapere respirare, parlare, negoziare e risolvere i conflitti. Per questo condurre è complesso e pochi lo sanno fare bene. Sia nella vita che sul palco.

Un valido aiuto per studenti e per tutti gli appassionati di letteratura, filosofia e arte. In Tempe or the dales of Arcady? What men or gods are these? For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair! A burning forehead, and a parching tongue.

Who are these coming to the sacrifice? And all her silken flanks with garlands drest? Is emptied of this folk, this pious morn? Why thou art desolate, can e’er return. Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.

The poem opens with three consecutive metaphors: the comparisons between the urn and, respectively, a “bride of quietness,” a “foster-child of silence and slow time,” and a “Sylvan historian”. E che uomini o dei sono questi? Le melodie ascoltate sono dolci, ma più dolci ancora son quelle inascoltate. Stanza 3 ends with a bitter reflection on the short-lived passions of human beings.

Stanza 4 introduces a note of sadness and desolation. Chi sono questi che vengono al sacrificio? The last stanza can be divided into two parts as well: the quatrain, which contains the poet’s return from his journey of imagination to real life, and the sestet, which sums up the result of the poet’s experience with an aesthetic consideration. The last two lines express a particular Keats’ concept, since he identifies beauty and truth as the only type of knowledge on Earth. This concept paves the way to Aestheticism.

Analisi e commento: Written in 1819, Ode on a Grecian Urn was the third of the five “great odes” of 1819, which are generally believed to have been written in the following order – Psyche, Nightingale, Grecian Urn, Melancholy, and Autumn. In Ode on a Grecian Urn, the poet observes a relic of ancient Greek civilization, an urn painted with two scenes from Greek life. The first scene depicts musicians and lovers in a setting of rustic beauty. The poet attempts to identify with the characters because to him they represent the timeless perfection only art can capture.

The author wants to exalt the beauty of works of art. In fact, the beauty of the urn will remain eternal, while the beauty of human beings certainly will decay. So, the very important kind of beauty isn’t physical one, but it is spiritual one, which is related to eternal. Moreover, Keats underlines the importance of art, as a means for man to become eternal and to be remembered by mankind after his death. Metrica: Type of poem: lyric poem.