From Fontanazza to Terra matta
We recount the eight-year history of Vincenzo Rabito's original typescript between its consignment under the title Fontanazza to the Archivio Diaristico Nazionale (ADN) and its publication as Terra matta by Einaudi. In the first part, Ricci describes the selection process and award of the Premio Pieve and outlines the interventions in his edition which allowed for publication by either a specialist or a commercial publisher. In the second part, Santangelo illustrates how, working with both Rabito's original text and Ricci's edition, she brought a novelist's perspective to bear in bringing out the literary qualities required by the publisher. We indicate in detail our individual and joint working practices, the advice received from linguistic and other specialists, the choices with which we were confronted and the editorial strategies that produced the form and content of the published text.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Capotrave/Kilowatt, Sansepolcro 2: Einaudi, Turin
Publication date: May 27, 2014