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Laura Klinkon

Laura Klinkon
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Laura (DiLiberto) Klinkon is Italian-American, a graduate in languages ​​and literature from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania and the American University in Washington, D.C. Having worked in the editing and translation fields, she retired in 2004, devoting herself to poetry and writing. From 2013 to 2018 she published a volume of her own poems and two chapbooks. In 2018 her first bilingual collection of sonnets by Edna St. Vincent Millay, The Silent Lyre / La Lira Silente appeared, and in 2020, the second volume, Sonnets from Fatal Interview / Sonnets from Colloquio Fatale.

The Popularity of Edna St. Vincent Millay Explained Through Her Sonnets

by Laura Klinkon In an article regarding Edna St. Vincent Millay that appeared in L'Idea Magazine in January, I mentioned my disappointment that a translator...

Finding the “scandal” in the sonnets of Edna St. Vincent Millay

By Laura Klinkon I have no way of knowing how many translators not only translate a poet's work, but also publish comments on his or...

Sorprendendo i Ladri di Thieves in the Family, Raccolta di Maria Lisella

di Laura Klinkon Leggendo Thieves in the Family o Ladri in famiglia di Maria Lisella per la prima volta, mi sono chiesta, ma dove sono...

One Way to Read a Poem

by Laura Klinkon As a student in a college poetry class I had asked myself and written a poem reflecting a certain desperation as to...

Women coping in 20th century Italy and America: Parallel anthologies

by Laura DiLiberto Klinkon I recently discovered that an Italian friend living in Rome and an American friend from Rochester, New York have been involved...

Finding the thread in modern poetry

by Laura Klinkon At some point in my upbringing, I was told that an effective composition has unity, which I have taken to mean that...

Edna St. Vincent Millay e gli immigrati italiani del primo novecento

Di Laura Klinkon Nel corso di tradurre alcuni sonetti di Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950), comincio a capire di più riguardo agli atteggiamenti, i sentimenti,...
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