Invito alla lettura di Luigi Accattoli
Introduzione di Francesco Solitario
2010, pp. 240
«Luciana Salvucci’s work in this collection seems that of an artistic and literary experience lived inwardly as a full and free receptiveness to the “sacrality” of human creation.
(…) If the compass can raise us from the visible to the invisible, the angel, as Rilke said, is the being who seems to have fully achieved the transformation of the visible into the invisible towards which we tend, through the instrument of the compass! The “compass” (science, reason) can help us in the elevation towards the Absolute, where the “angels” (faith) are signs that warn of the presence of the Sacred. Art (poetry) may in its turn, as a subtle point of mediation between the horizon of faith and the horizon through reason, in this case, of the poetic word.
(…) It is for the poet, the poetic word, a word that is not incapable of pursuing or catching, but only of listening and receiving, not least through the absence – in a paradoxical encroachment between human and divine – and the mystery of a God who reveals himself in his “hiddenness” for what he really is in his essence!»
Luciana Salvucci è attualmente Dirigente scolastico. Docente, per alcuni anni, di Didattica interdisciplinare, multidisciplinare e di Didattica della Psicologia all’Università degli Studi di Macerata ed esperta di scienze umane e sociali, ha scritto di saggistica, poesia e narrativa, sui temi della logica umana e meccanica, della pedagogia della formazione e sugli effetti dei mass media nelle generazioni del 2000. Ha affrontato, partendo da diverse prospettive di studio, sia i caratteri ed i problemi della comunicazione di massa e del virtuale, sia il diffi cile rapporto tra letteratura e scienza nella società contemporanea.
Luciana Salvucci is currently a school principal. She taught for many years in the area of Interdisciplinary, Multidisciplinary and Psichology Education at the University of Macerata. She is also an expert in human and social sciences who has written essays, poetry, and fi ction on the themes of human and mechanical logic, fundamental pedagogy, and the effects of mass media on the new generations. She has explored from varying points of view both the nature and the problems of mass communication and virtuality, and also the diffi cult relationship of literature and science in contemporary society.