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Nanni Balestrini is the most significant writer of Italy"s revolutionary period in the sixties and seventies, comparable only to Pier Paolo Pasolini. Blackout is the first book of his poetry available in English. Written immediately after he was indicted by Italian authorities and forced to flee, it has at its center the great New York blackout of 1977, a moment of chaos and panic, but also of mutual aid and social solidarity. This comes to stand in for the years from 1968-1979 in Italy, when a more or less open civil war between popular militants and the state escalated from strikes and riots to armed struggle. At once documentary and visionary, it is a poem of heroic and daily struggles for freedom, captured in heroic and daily language. It is a poem of popular revolt being crushed, a poem for our era as well as his.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Nanni Balestrini ; introduction by Franco "Bifo" Berardi ; translated by Peter Valente|
|Contributions||Berardi, Franco, contributor, Valente, Peter, 1970- translator|
|LC Classifications||PQ4862.A37 B53 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
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