Unpublished Texts: Poesie

  • A Meda


Anna Meda is currently Emeritus Professor at the University of South Africa (Pretoria). Her research interests concentrate – within the broader area of Italian literature – on the re-interpretation and re-invention of myth by modern and contemporary writers from a Jungian archetypal perspective which privileges an interdisciplinary approach involving literature, anthropology and depth psychology. She is the Editor of Italian Studies in Southern Africa and has published extensively on Italian drama, Gabriele d’Annunzio, Luigi Pirandello, Sibilla Aleramo and a number of contemporary writers. She contributes regularly to the Bibliografia Generale della Lingua e della Letteratura Italiana. Her book, Bianche statue contro il nero abisso. Il teatro dei miti in D’Annunzio e Pirandello (Longo Editore, 1993) and a collection of Bushmen folktales, Fiabe boscimane (Mondadori, 1999) are among her publications. At present she is working on a collection of essays on Sibilla Aleramo.

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