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Überhaupt schlüßig Polyhedron
J. Joyce, J. L. Borges, A. Schmidt


by Silvia dello Russo and Guido Monte


Multilingual Poetry


Pic: "at the Louvre" - © 2009 Silvia Spacca - Size: 12k
at the Louvre
© 2009 Silvia Spacca



(Swans - December 28, 2009)  

(lifting the lifewand in polyhedron of scripture)

cada cosa es infinitas cosas,

everything is infinity of things

Jede Sache ist Unendlichkeit der Sachen


Jets ist die Zeit, voll itzt zu seYn

now it's the time to be to the full

over hitherandthithering waters of night

Über die in der Nacht wandernde Gewässer



Silvia Dello Russo was born in Parma, Italy, on November 15, 1974. In 1995 she left for Germany, Halle an der Saale, at the "Marthin Luther Universitaet," where she focused her studies on germanistic in terms of etymology, metric stylistic poetry, and glottology.

In 1997 she started an innovative study on mitteleuropean languages at the University college of London, especially on a translation of the Etymlanguage of Arno Schmidt in Zettels Traum.

She ended her studies with the publication of her works in Power of words (ed. universitaria indip., 2000), a multilingual discussion of the ontological value of words in terms of mathematical and philosophical concept, by extending the function of languages beyond a transparent medium with her conception that languages are anthropocentric.

She is working in Parma on a theatre work on Hamlet's foolishness of William Shakespeare, cooperating with the Director Tapella in the creations of the dramaturgical text with the use of a borderline language as mirror of mental diseases and apparent normality.

Picture: at the Louvre, by Silvia Spacca (2009).


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