In opposition to this detachment, he finds an image of man which contains within itself man's dreams, man's illness, man's redemption from the misery of poverty - poverty which can no longer be for him a sign of the acceptance of life.
More Quotes from Salvatore Quasimodo:Poetry is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal which the reader recognizes as his own.
Religious power, which, as I have already said, frequently identifies itself with political power, has always been a protagonist of this bitter struggle, even when it seemingly was neutral.
The enemy of the Resistance, for all his shouting, is today only a shadow, without much strength. His voice is more impersonal than his proposals.
Even a polemic has some justification if one considers that my own first poetic experiments began during a dictatorship and mark the origin of the Hermetic movement.
The poet's spoken discourse often depends on a mystique, on the spiritual freedom that finds itself enslaved on earth.
After the turbulence of death, moral principles and even religious proofs are called into question.
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