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Clemente Bondi

Clemente Luigi Donnino Bondi
Born June 27, 1742(1742-06-27)
Mezzano Superiore, Italy
Died June 20, 1821(1821-06-20) (aged 78)
Vienna, Austria
Occupation poet, translator, religious
Nationality Italian
Literary movement Classicism

Clemente Luigi Donnino Bondi (June 27, 1742  – June 20, 1821) was an Italian poet and translator.

Biography

Clemente Bondi was born in Mezzano Superiore not far from Parma. Fatherless at young age, he had the opportunity to study thanks to an uncle who was supply officer of Parma seminary. In 1760 he joined the Jesuit order, at the end of his studies he was transferred to Padua, where he attended to teaching. After the dissolution of the Jesuit order, which occurred in 1773, Bondi wrote a polemical work addressed to Pope Clement XIV. This written forced him to take refuge in Tyrol. Back in Italy later, became the librarian of noble family Zanardi in Mantua. During a trip to Milan made friend with the Archduke Ferdinand of Habsburg-Lorraine. When in 1796 the Archduke moved to Brünn (now Brno in the Czech Republic) called Bondi with him. The literary man was charged with the education of Ferdinand’s children and the task of librarian. In 1810, the Archduke turned his home in Vienna, taking with him Bondi who remained in the imperial capital until his death in June 1821.

Works

The literary activity of Clemente Bondi, began during his exile in Tyrol. During this period he wrote a tragedy Il Melesindo and the poem La giornata villereccia. The richest period of his artistic production, however, was during his stay in Mantua, where he had the opportunity to frequent a lively intellectual circle. In the years spent in Mantua he wrote: La Felicità in 1775, La Moda in 1777, Le Conversazioni in 1778, L’Incendio in 1784. All the works of Bondi were first published in 1798 in Venice, in a six volumes edition titled Opere edite e inedite in versi e in prosa 'by the Venetian Adolfo Cesare. This edition seems to contain a number of texts that the author disowned later. In the years with the Archduke Ferdinand, the literary activity of Bondi was rather poor. His main concern at this time, was to revisit the poems written by him previously and to look after a new edition issued in Vienna in 1808 with a note stating that it was the complete edition, the only one correct and authorized by the author. In 1801, Adolfo Cesare, the Venetian publisher of the first edition, in meantime had published a seventh book completing his edition of 1798. The activity in which Clemente Bondi was more able, however, was as translator of classical texts: the Aeneid, the Georgics, the Eclogues of Virgil and the Metamorphoses of Ovid. His work was appreciated for the rich captions and notes accompanying its translations, so that it dubbed him the Delille of Italy.

Sources

  • Dalla Costa, Laura (1997) (in Italian). Profilo del poeta Clemente Bondi. Padua, Italy: degree thesis at Padua university 
  • Affò, Ireneo; Angelo Pezzana (1973). Arnaldo Forni. ed (in Italian). Memorie degli scrittori e letterati parmigiani. Bologna, Italy 
  • Donati, Alessandro (1913). Laterza. ed (in Italian). Poeti minori del Settecento. Bari, Italy 
  • Maier, Bruno (1951). R. Ricciardi. ed (in Italian). Lirici del Settecento. Milano-Napoli, Italy 
  • da Mareto, Felice (1973). Deputazione di storia patria. ed (in Italian). Bibliografia generale delle antiche province parmensi. Parma, Italy 

Источник: Clemente Bondi

См. также в других словарях:

  • Poesie — Poesie …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • POÉSIE — La poésie est d’autant plus difficile à définir qu’elle recouvre une pratique très diversifiée, plus qu’un genre particulier. Mais, tout autant que sa diversité, frappe son universalité, qui invite à chercher, par delà ses multiples variantes… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Poesie — Poésie Manuscrit du poème Les Assis d’Arthur Rimbaud La poésie est un genre littéraire très ancien aux formes variées, écrites aussi bien en vers qu’en prose et dans lequel l’importance dominante est accordée à la « forme », c’est à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Poèsie — Poésie Manuscrit du poème Les Assis d’Arthur Rimbaud La poésie est un genre littéraire très ancien aux formes variées, écrites aussi bien en vers qu’en prose et dans lequel l’importance dominante est accordée à la « forme », c’est à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Poësie — Poésie Manuscrit du poème Les Assis d’Arthur Rimbaud La poésie est un genre littéraire très ancien aux formes variées, écrites aussi bien en vers qu’en prose et dans lequel l’importance dominante est accordée à la « forme », c’est à… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • poesie — Poesie. s. f. L art de bien raconter ou representer en vers les actions & les passions humaines sous des fictions ingenieuses. La Poësie est appellée le langage des Dieux. la grandeur, la beauté, la noblesse de la Poesie. les charmes de la Poesie …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Poesie — ist Dynamit für alle Ordnungen dieser Welt. «Heinrich Böll, Dritte Wuppertaler Rede» * Poesie ist die Muttersprache des menschlichen Geschlechts. «Johann Georg Hamann, Kreuzzüge» Die Urneigung des Menschen ist die Poesie, aus ihr ist die Liturgie …   Zitate - Herkunft und Themen

  • Poesie — Sf std. (16. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. poésie, dieses aus l. poēsis, aus gr. poíēsis, eigentlich Tun, Herstellung, Schöpfung , zu gr. poieĩn dichten , (eigentlich machen, schaffen ). Poet Dichter wurde schon im 13. Jh. entlehnt,… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Poesie — »Dichtung, Dichtkunst (insbesondere die Versdichtung im Gegensatz zur ↑ Prosa)«; auch übertragen gebraucht im Sinne von »dichterischer Stimmungsgehalt, Zauber«: Das Substantiv wurde Ende des 16. Jh.s aus gleichbed. frz. poésie entlehnt, das auf… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • Poësie — (v. gr.), 1) eigentlich das Bilden, Schaffen, bes. 2) das Schaffen des Dichters, ein Dichterwerk, eine Dichtung; 3) so v.w. Dichtkunst, s.d. Daher Poët u. Poëtin, Dichter u. Dichterin; Poēta lau. reātus, mit einem Lorbeer gekrönter Dichter, s.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Poesie — (griech., von poiein, »machen, schaffen«) oder Dichtkunst ist die Kunst der ästhetisch wertvollen Darstellung durch Worte. Ästhetisch wertvoll ist eine solche Darstellung dann, wenn sie in letzter Linie darauf ausgeht, die Gefühlsinhalte des… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon


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