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Eliana Deborah Langiu

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Eliana Deborah Langiu

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Publication Date: January 2015
56 Pages
ISBN13:  978-1-934851-54-8 
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Eliana Deborah Langiu is anaphoric, compulsive, corporal, intimately exposed, emotionally adventurous, extremely dialogical (and self-dialogical), concrete, stinging (and selfstinging). In the loose regime of Langiu even (easy) rhyme can appear unexpectedly, but only as a unique resource – even for her – a clear movement ironic (and self-deprecating).

About the Author, Eliana Deborah Langiu  

Eliana Debora Langiu published her first poetry collection Rag Time in 1993. She was also part of the 2007 anthology Le carte tatuate. Dieci poeti torinesi (trans. Tatoo Papers. Ten Poets from Turin); she published on june 2008 her second collection, Polaroid. She has presented in the Festival Poestate (Lugano) and in the Genoa International Poetry Festival. French translations of her poems are published in review «Les Citadelles» (Paris, 2008)


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Eliana Deborah Langiu is anaphoric, compulsive, corporal, intimately exposed, emotionally adventurous, extremely dialogical (and self-dialogical), concrete, stinging (and selfstinging). In the loose regime of Langiu even (easy) rhyme can appear unexpectedly, but only as a unique resource – even for her – a clear movement ironic (and self-deprecating).

— Giovanni Tesio (La Stampa)  

Eliana Deborah Langiu is really focused on her creative work, she has deep competences in female artistic scene and on condition of the woman in the contemporary society. Therefore she has an amazing ability to analyse social contents through poetic language. She usually takes part to collective projects with a real open mind and deep team spirit to contribute to the intellectual and social community. .

— Francesca Tini Brunozzi (Poet)  


 

 

 

 

 

 

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