John Anthony Ciardi (June 24, 1916 – March 30, 1986) was an American poet, translator, and etymologist. While primarily known as a poet, he also translated Dante's Divine Comedy, wrote several volumes of children's poetry, pursued etymology, contributed to the Saturday Review as a columnist and long-time poetry editor, and directed the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in Vermont.

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  • John Anthony Ciardi est un poète, traducteur, éditeur et auteur américain, né le 24 juin 1916 à Boston mort le 30 mars 1986 à Edison (New Jersey).
  • John Anthony Ciardi war ein US-amerikanischer Dichter, Übersetzer, Etymologe und Hochschullehrer.
  • Джон Чиарди (англ. John Ciardi, 24. VI.1916- 30. III. 1986) — американский поэт, переводчик, критик.
  • Nato nel North End, la Little Italy di Boston, da genitori italiani, originari di Manocalzati in provincia di Avellino. Cresciuto nella vicina Medford, frequentò il Bates College, la Tufts University e l’Università del Michigan dove si laureò nel 1939. Dopo aver servito nell’aviazione militare per tre anni durante la seconda guerra mondiale iniziò ad insegnare all’Università di Kansas City per poi insegnare ad Harvard ed infine all’università Rutgers. Nel 1961 lasciò l’insegnamento per dedicarsi a tempo pieno alla scrittura. Ciardi è stato reso famoso dalla sua poesia per gli adulti e per i bambini e dalla sua traduzione delle più grandi opere letterarie di Dante Alighieri. Iniziò a scrivere poesie per i propri bambini in modo da abituarli alla lettura. In seguito questi componimenti divennero molto popolari. Ciardi ha scritto più di quaranta volumi di poesia. Collaborò con Isaac Asimov alla compilazione di una raccolta di limericks. Come etimologo John Ciardi è conosciuto per il Dizionario Browser in tre volumi e per le trasmissioni radiofoniche alla National Public Radio. Il poeta si è spento a Edison nel New Jersey la domenica di Pasqua del 1986.
  • John Anthony Ciardi (June 24, 1916 – March 30, 1986) was an American poet, translator, and etymologist. While primarily known as a poet, he also translated Dante's Divine Comedy, wrote several volumes of children's poetry, pursued etymology, contributed to the Saturday Review as a columnist and long-time poetry editor, and directed the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in Vermont. In 1959, Ciardi published a book on how to read, write, and teach poetry, How Does a Poem Mean?, which has proven to be among the most-used books of its kind. At the peak of his popularity in the early 1960s, Ciardi also had a network television program on CBS, Accent. Ciardi's impact on poetry is perhaps best measured through the younger poets whom he influenced as a teacher and as editor of The Saturday Review.
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  • John Anthony Ciardi est un poète, traducteur, éditeur et auteur américain, né le 24 juin 1916 à Boston mort le 30 mars 1986 à Edison (New Jersey).
  • John Anthony Ciardi war ein US-amerikanischer Dichter, Übersetzer, Etymologe und Hochschullehrer.
  • Nato nel North End, la Little Italy di Boston, da genitori italiani, originari di Manocalzati in provincia di Avellino. Cresciuto nella vicina Medford, frequentò il Bates College, la Tufts University e l’Università del Michigan dove si laureò nel 1939. Dopo aver servito nell’aviazione militare per tre anni durante la seconda guerra mondiale iniziò ad insegnare all’Università di Kansas City per poi insegnare ad Harvard ed infine all’università Rutgers.
  • Джон Чиарди (англ. John Ciardi, 24. VI.1916- 30. III. 1986) — американский поэт, переводчик, критик.
  • John Anthony Ciardi (June 24, 1916 – March 30, 1986) was an American poet, translator, and etymologist. While primarily known as a poet, he also translated Dante's Divine Comedy, wrote several volumes of children's poetry, pursued etymology, contributed to the Saturday Review as a columnist and long-time poetry editor, and directed the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in Vermont.
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