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Schaer, G. Claeys, L. Tower Sargent, eds, Utopia (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), 251. Karl Marx, The German Ideology (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 1998), 47. Labriola’s essay constitutes a section of his Del materialismo storico (Bari: Laterza, 1971), 63/116. As Jannini (and others) noted (although consistently failing to provide a complete bibliographical reference), Labriola wrote a very positive review of Marinetti’s play in the Socialist newspaper Avanti! ( Jannini 26).

1, 1991, 217–33. 25 Eruli’s observation is timely: “Il rapporto poeta-mondo prevede […] o la distruzione del mondo o la distruzione del poeta, e quest’ultima sotto la forma di un volontario annullamento […] o di riduzione a strumento di una realtà cosmica più vasta e misteriosa cioè l’ ‘esprit poétique’. L’ ‘esprit poétique’ è la sola facoltà capace di comprendere le leggi dell’analogia universale e di arrivare alla verità” (Eruli 1970, 270). 27 His self-ef facing mode becomes thus a paradoxical solution with which to end history and, at the same time, free oneself from its sickly and stif ling inf luence.

18 This epistolary novel describes an ideal society founded on an island in the East Indies by a group of French settlers who “fuyant l’Europe par haine de l’injustice et de la guerre sociale” (56) and who are said to be disciples of earlier utopian thinkers such as Fourier, Saint-Simon, Cabet, and Proudhon. The colony is therefore fed and sustained precisely by those progressive myths and socialist ideals of “universal happiness” that evidently constitute the satirical target of Marinetti’s play.

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