Rometta and Giulieo by Jadelin Mabiala Gangbo, is a very interesting contemporary rewriting of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet . It offers a unique opportunity to analyze changes in poetics and sensibility and especially to spot a new way of considering the relationship between Fact & Fiction . If, in Shakespeare's words , we are 'made of the same stuff dreams are made of,' Jadelin is rather interested in showing how difficult it is to put the two realms together. In other words , Jadelin 's writing is a continuous , at times useless , struggle not to feel like a stranger in the field of literature that he himself has created. He emphasizes his--the author's--role as a mediator: between Elizabethan and contemporary language, between different realities in a multicultural society and, mot of all, between the two spaces of fiction and facts that he himself tries, with all his might, to unify.
ANALISI DI UNA INTERESSANTE RISCRITTURA CONTEMPORANEA DI GIULIETTA E ROMEO SHAKESPEARIANO CON UNA PARTICOLARE ATTENZIONE ALLA MEDIAZIONE LINGUISTICA E INTERCULTURALE
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