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Bruto Minore Di Giacomo Leopardi

By: Vuoli, Romeo;

Bruto Minore Di Giacomo Leopardi by Vuoli, Romeo; published by Recanati : Prem. Stab. Tip. R. Simboli

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Giacomo Leopardi

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...i Giacomo Taldegardo Francesco di Sales Saverio Pietro Leopardi ... ... Giacomo Taldegardo Francesco di Sales Saverio Pietro Leopardi Born ... ...rio Alfieri, Ugo Foscolo, baron d'Holbach, Voltaire, Pietro Verri, Monaldo Leopardi, Pietro Giordani ... ...ature Giacomo Taldegardo Francesco di Sales Saverio Pietro Leopardi (Italian:&nbs... ... Giacomo Taldegardo Francesco di Sales Saverio Pietro Leopardi (Italian: ; June 29, 1798 – June 14, 1837) was an Italian poe... ...sieri (1837) 2.10 Leopardian poetics 3 In popular culture 4 ... ... links 9 Biography Giacomo Leopardi was born into a local noble family in Recanati, in the Mar... .... At home, a rigorous discipline of religion and savings reigned. However, Giacomo's happy childhood, which he spent with his younger brother Carlo Or... ... In 1817 Pietro Giordani, a classicist, arrived at the Leopardi estate. Giacomo became his lifelong friend, and he derived from this friendship a s...

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Modern Italian Poets

By: W. D. Howells

...O GROSSI LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI P... ... LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ... ...SCOLO ALESSANDRO MANZONI TOMMASO GROSSI GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI P... ... ALESSANDRO MANZONI TOMMASO GROSSI GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ... ...erentism or toleration of the grand-dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tra... ... or toleration of the grand-dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tragedies o... ...e work as well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain... ...s well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain town of... ... little mountain town of Tuscany, was born, noble and miserable, the poet Giacomo Leopardi, who began even in childhood to suffer the malice of that...

...INI VITTORIO ALFIERI VINCENZO MONTI UGO FOSCOLO ALESSANDRO MANZONI SILVIO PELLICO TOMMASO GROSSI LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ALEARDO ALEARDI GIULIO CARCANO ARNALDO FUSINATO LUIGI MERCANTINI CONCLUSION 3 PORTRAITS. VITTORIO ALFIERI VINCENZO MONTI UGO FOSCOLO ALESSANDRO MANZONI TO...

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Giacomo

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...n Italian name corresponding to James and Jacob, may refer to: People Giacomo Acerbo (1888–1969), Italian economist and Fascist politician Giac... ...Aconcio (1492–1566), Italian jurist, theologian, philosopher and engineer Giacomo Agostini (b. 1942), Italian multi-time world champion Grand Prix m... ... 1942), Italian multi-time world champion Grand Prix motorcycle road racer Giacomo Antonelli (1806–1876), Italian cardinal Giacomo Aragall (b. 1939)... ...i (1806–1876), Italian cardinal Giacomo Aragall (b. 1939), Catalan tenor Giacomo Balla (1871–1958), Italian painter Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola (15... ...inter Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola (1507–1573), Italian Mannerism architect Giacomo Beltrami (1779–1855), Italian jurist, author, and explorer Giacomo... ...hitect Giacomo Leone (born 1971), an Italian long-distance runner Giacomo Leopardi (1798–1837), an Italian poet, essayist, philosopher, and philolog...

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Modern Italian Poets

By: W. D. Howells

...O GROSSI LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI P... ... LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ... ...SCOLO ALESSANDRO MANZONI TOMMASO GROSSI GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI P... ... ALESSANDRO MANZONI TOMMASO GROSSI GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ... ...erentism or toleration of the grand-dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tra... ... or toleration of the grand-dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tragedies o... ...e work as well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain... ...s well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain town of... ... little mountain town of Tuscany, was born, noble and miserable, the poet Giacomo Leopardi, who began even in childhood to suffer the malice of that...

...INI VITTORIO ALFIERI VINCENZO MONTI UGO FOSCOLO ALESSANDRO MANZONI SILVIO PELLICO TOMMASO GROSSI LUIGI CARRER GIOVANNI BERCHET GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI GIACOMO LEOPARDI GIUSEPPE GIUSTI FRANCESCO DALL' ONGARO GIOVANNI PRATI ALEARDO ALEARDI GIULIO CARCANO ARNALDO FUSINATO LUIGI MERCANTINI CONCLUSION...

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Leopardian poetics

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...The phrase Leopardian poetics refers to the poetical theories of Giacomo Leopardi . These were not a single theory, but evolved dynamically... ... phrase Leopardian poetics refers to the poetical theories of Giacomo Leopardi . These were not a single theory, but evolved dynamically during ... ... the years of his creativity, from his adolescence to his premature death. Leopardi often wrote about poetry in general and about his own idea of poet... ...vero cioè dei limiti e definizioni delle cose, circoscrive l'immaginazione.Giacomo Leopardi, Zibaldone , 165-172; see also Alla Primavera o delle f... ...è dei limiti e definizioni delle cose, circoscrive l'immaginazione.Giacomo Leopardi, Zibaldone , 165-172; see also Alla Primavera o delle favole an... ...also Alla Primavera o delle favole antiche in Canti . Therefore, in Leopardi's view, modern poetry could no longer be imaginative, only "sentim... ...i quanto ella contiene. Così oscurità, profondo, ecc. (28 settembre 1821)Giacomo Leopardi, Zibaldone, 1789, 1798, 1804-1805 This, roughly, is what... ... ella contiene. Così oscurità, profondo, ecc. (28 settembre 1821)Giacomo Leopardi, Zibaldone, 1789, 1798, 1804-1805 This, roughly, is what is call... ...f Nature, which creates men only to destroy them in its never-ending cycle.Giacomo Leopardi, Operette Morali , "Dialogo della Natura e di un Islande...

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Modern Italian Poets

By: William Dean Howells

............110 Modern Italian Poets i Table of Contents Modern Italian Poets GIACOMO LEOPARDI ........................................................... ....110 Modern Italian Poets i Table of Contents Modern Italian Poets GIACOMO LEOPARDI ................................................................... ...• II • III • IV • GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI • I • II • III • IV • V • GIACOMO LEOPARDI • I • II • III • GIUSEPPE GIUSTI • I • II • FRANC... ... III • IV • GIAMBATTISTA NICCOLINI • I • II • III • IV • V • GIACOMO LEOPARDI • I • II • III • GIUSEPPE GIUSTI • I • II • FRANCESCO DAL... ...ifferentism or toleration of the grand−dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tr... ...ism or toleration of the grand−dukes. The chiefs of this school were Giacomo Leopardi; Giambattista Niccolini, the author of certain famous tragedies ... ...imity of the work as well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain town ... ... the work as well as its moral force and its political significance. GIACOMO LEOPARDI I In the year 1798, at Recanati, a little mountain town of Tusca... ..., a little mountain town of Tuscany, was born, noble and miserable, the poet Giacomo Leopardi, who began even in childhood to suffer the malice of tha...

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Sebastiano Timpanaro

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... di Storia e Letteratura, 2005, p. 364. Bibliography La filologia di Giacomo Leopardi (1955) La genesi del metodo del Lachmann (1963) Classi... ...ia e Letteratura, 2005, p. 364. Bibliography La filologia di Giacomo Leopardi (1955) La genesi del metodo del Lachmann (1963) Classicismo e ... ... Il verde e il rosso: scritti militanti, 1966-2000 (2001; posthumous) * Giacomo Leopardi Karl Lachmann Sigmund Freud Signorelli parapraxis ... ...de e il rosso: scritti militanti, 1966-2000 (2001; posthumous) * Giacomo Leopardi Karl Lachmann Sigmund Freud Signorelli parapraxis Edmondo... ...method (Glenn W. Most, ed. and tr., 2005) "The Pessimistic Materialism of Giacomo Leopardi". New Left Review I/116, July-August 1979: 29-50. Per seb... ...(Glenn W. Most, ed. and tr., 2005) "The Pessimistic Materialism of Giacomo Leopardi". New Left Review I/116, July-August 1979: 29-50. Per sebastiano ...

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On the Use and Abuse of History for Life

By: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

...even revulsion, so that the most daring ones are perhaps finally ready, with Giacomo Leopardi, to say to their heart On the Use and Abuse of History ... ...ulsion, so that the most daring ones are perhaps finally ready, with Giacomo Leopardi, to say to their heart On the Use and Abuse of History for Life...

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Villaggio

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... Other Il sabato del villaggio, a poetry of Giacomo Leopardi See also ... ... Other Il sabato del villaggio, a poetry of Giacomo Leopardi See also ...

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On the Use and Abuse of History for Life

By: Friedrich Nietzsche

...en revulsion, so that the most daring ones are perhaps finally ready, with Giacomo Leopardi, to say to their heart 4 Nothing lives which would be wo... ...sion, so that the most daring ones are perhaps finally ready, with Giacomo Leopardi, to say to their heart 4 Nothing lives which would be worthy of ...

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1798 in philosophy

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... Auguste Comte (February 19) Laurens Perseus Hickok Giacomo Leopardi ... ... Auguste Comte (February 19) Laurens Perseus Hickok Giacomo Leopardi Pierr...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

...e to such Neapolitan talent as is manifested in the works of Salvatore di Giacomo, whose best poems are written in the dialect of Naples, or rather ... ...nsively so much more limited than the complex intuition of a love-song by Leopardi. [Sidenote] _The difference is extensive and empirical._ ... ...stimulus is accidental, it is, for the most part, imperfect or equivocal. Leopardi said that natural beauty is "rare, scattered, and fugitive." Ever... ...uos_ of the first ode of the first book of Horace, and the _Havvi chi_ of Leopardi's letter to Carlo Pepoli. To each man his beautiful ( = sympathet...

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Paralipomena

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... Paralipomeni della Batracomiomachia, 1835 satirical sequel by Giacomo Leopardi to Homer's Batrachomyomachia (Battle of Frogs and Mice) ... ... Paralipomeni della Batracomiomachia, 1835 satirical sequel by Giacomo Leopardi to Homer's Batrachomyomachia (Battle of Frogs and Mice) ...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

...ance to such Neapolitan talent as is manifested in the works of Salvatore di Giacomo, whose best poems are written in the dialect of Naples, or rather... ...xtensively so much more limited than the complex intuition of a love−song by Leopardi. [Sidenote] The difference is extensive and empirical. The w... ...is stimulus is accidental, it is, for the most part, imperfect or equivocal. Leopardi said that natural beauty is “rare, scattered, and fugitive.” Eve... ...Sunt quos of the first ode of the first book of Horace, and the Havvi chi of Leopardi's letter to Carlo Pepoli. To each man his beautiful ( = sympathe...

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Crypta Neapolitana

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...ce of the so-called Virgil's tomb, as well as the tomb of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi. History According to medieval legend, the tunnel was bui... ...e so-called Virgil's tomb, as well as the tomb of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi. History According to medieval legend, the tunnel was built by Vi...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

...e to such Neapolitan talent as is manifested in the works of Salvatore di Giacomo, whose best poems are written in the dialect of Naples, or rather ... ...nsively so much more limited than the complex intuition of a love-song by Leopardi. [Sidenote] The difference is extensive and empirical. T... ...stimulus is accidental, it is, for the most part, imperfect or equivocal. Leopardi said that natural beauty is "rare, scattered, and fugitive." Ever... ...t quos of the first ode of the first book of Horace, and the Havvi chi of Leopardi's letter to Carlo Pepoli. To each man his beautiful ( = sympathet...

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Ars Interpres

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...ew versions of classical poems, and translations of European and Russian poets of the past such as Giacomo Leopardi, Gerrit Achterberg, and Osip Mande... ...ons of classical poems, and translations of European and Russian poets of the past such as Giacomo Leopardi, Gerrit Achterberg, and Osip Mandelstam. ...

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A musical motley

By: Newman, Ernest, 1868-1959

...onnection. We are safe enough with an obvious pathological case like that of Leopardi ; but a Wagner, bare as he has laid himself, The Decline of Sol... ...EPH JOACHIM. By J. A. FULLER MATTLAND THEODOR LESCHETIZKY. By ANNETTE HULLAH GIACOMO PUCCINI. By WAKELTNG DRY ALFRED BRUNEAU. By ARTHUR HERVEY IGNAZ P...

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Weltschmerz

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...-weariness, pronounced ) is a term coined by the German author Lord Byron, Giacomo Leopardi, François-René de Chateaubriand, Alfred de Musset, Nikolau... ...ss, pronounced ) is a term coined by the German author Lord Byron, Giacomo Leopardi, François-René de Chateaubriand, Alfred de Musset, Nikolaus Lenau,...

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The music of the waters. A collection of the sailors' chanties, or Working songs of the sea, of all maritime nations. Boatmen's fishermen's, and rowing songs, and water legends

By: Smith, Laura Alexandrine

... China-English Dialect. Third Edition. Cr. Svo. 5*. The Gipsies. Cr. Svo. ios. 6d. LEOPARDI, GIACOMO, Essays and Dialogues. Translated by CHARLES EDWA... ...lish Dialect. Third Edition. Cr. Svo. 5*. The Gipsies. Cr. Svo. ios. 6d. LEOPARDI, GIACOMO, Essays and Dialogues. Translated by CHARLES EDWARDES, with...

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Clorinda Corradi

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...corso biografico-artistico di Clorinda Corradi Pantanelli, "musa" di Carlo Leopardi Libretto dell'Italiana in Algeri, di A. Anelli, compositore G. Ro... ...eatro de' Condomini di Recanati, Carnevale 1823. Presso Biblioteca privata Leopardi, coll. Al. c. 120 n.12; G. Radiciotti - G. Spadoni, "Clorinda Corr... ...6), Milan, Ricordi 1876, pp. 22 – 23; G. Piergili, Lettere scritte a Giacomo Leopardi dai suoi parenti con giunta di cose inedite o rare, Floren... ...n, Ricordi 1876, pp. 22 – 23; G. Piergili, Lettere scritte a Giacomo Leopardi dai suoi parenti con giunta di cose inedite o rare, Florence, Le M... ... concerti 1778 - 1977), Gorle, Gutenberg 1979, p. 25; M. De Angelis, Leopardi e la musica, Milan, Ricordi - Unicopli 1987, pp. 86 – 87, n. ... ....T. 1987, p. 103; P. Ciarlantini, "Il fondo musicale della Biblioteca Leopardi di Recanati", in Il Casanostra- Strenna Recanatese n.100 (1989–1...

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History of the Christian Church, Vol. Vi. The Middle Ages

By: David S. Schaff, D. D.

...was absent. Of the Italians, two were Romans, Tebaldeschi, an old man, and Giacomo Orsini, the youngest member of the college. The election of an Ital... ...the measures of preaching and miracles. The most noted among them were Fra Giacomo and John of Capistrano. John, whose miraculous agency equalled his ... ... or Rime in Vita e Morte di Mad. Laura often separately edited by Marsand, Leopardi, Carducci and others, and in all collections of the Ital. classics...

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James Thomson (B.V.)

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...sages. He admired and translated the works of the pessimistic Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798–1837), but his own lack of hope was darker than that... ...e admired and translated the works of the pessimistic Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798–1837), but his own lack of hope was darker than that of Leop...

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History of the Christian Church, Volume VI the Middle Ages

By: David S. Schaff, D. D.

...r was absent. Of the Italians, two were Romans, Tebaldeschi, an old man, and Giacomo Orsini, the youngest member of the college. The election of an It... ...y the measures of preaching and miracles. The most noted among them were Fra Giacomo and John of Capistrano. John, whose miraculous agency equalled hi... ...re or Rime in Vita e Morte di Mad. Laura often separately edited by Marsand, Leopardi, Carducci and others, and in all collections of the Ital. classi...

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Eamon Grennan

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....S., Canada, and Brazil ). In addition to writing poetry, he has translated Giacomo Leopardi and—with his wife, Vassar classicist Rachel Kitzing... ...nada, and Brazil ). In addition to writing poetry, he has translated Giacomo Leopardi and—with his wife, Vassar classicist Rachel Kitzinger— Soph... ...elations: New & Selected Poems. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1998.Selected Poems of Giacomo Leopardi. Trans. Princeton: Lockert Library of Poetry in Transl... ...: New & Selected Poems. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1998.Selected Poems of Giacomo Leopardi. Trans. Princeton: Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation, P...

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Jonathan Galassi

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...lf. He has translated and published the poetic works of the Italian poets Giacomo Leopardi and Eugenio Montale . His honors as a poet include a 198... ...as translated and published the poetic works of the Italian poets Giacomo Leopardi and Eugenio Montale . His honors as a poet include a 1989 Gugge... ...is Review Editions/British American Pub., 1988) Translations Canti by Giacomo Leopardi (translated and annotated by Jonathan Galassi; Farrar, Str... ...w Editions/British American Pub., 1988) Translations Canti by Giacomo Leopardi (translated and annotated by Jonathan Galassi; Farrar, Straus & Gi...

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Erudition

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...imes called polyhistors or polymaths. The Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi was erudite: he read and studied the classics and was deep... ...led polyhistors or polymaths. The Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi was erudite: he read and studied the classics and was deeply influ...

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List of Italian philosophers

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... Brunetto Latini Bruno Leoni Giacomo Leopardi Domenico Losurdo ... ... Brunetto Latini Bruno Leoni Giacomo Leopardi Domenico Losurdo ... ...t Mamiani della Rovere Marcus Aurelius Giacomo Marramao Marsilius of Padua ...

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List of Italian-language poets

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...uido Guinizzelli L Giacomo da Lentini Jacopo da Leona ... ... Lentini Jacopo da Leona Giacomo Leopardi Mario Luzi ... ... Jacopo da Leona Giacomo Leopardi Mario Luzi Menot...

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Italian poetry

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.... Important Italian poets Giacomo da Lentini a 13th Century poet who is believed to have invented the... ...8 - 1827): best known for his poem "Dei Sepolcri" Giacomo Leopardi (1798 – 1837): highly valued for his Canti and Operette mo... ...): best known for his poem "Dei Sepolcri" Giacomo Leopardi (1798 – 1837): highly valued for his Canti and Operette morali, au...

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Recanati

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.... It is the hometown of tenor Beniamino Gigli and poet Giacomo Leopardi, which is why the town is known to some as "the city of po... ... It is the hometown of tenor Beniamino Gigli and poet Giacomo Leopardi, which is why the town is known to some as "the city of poetry". I... ... History Giacomo Leopardi ... ... History Giacomo Leopardi ... ... Main sights Leopardi's palace, visitable today ... ...ati. Notable people Giacomo Leopardi, poet, essayist, philosopher and philologist ... ... Notable people Giacomo Leopardi, poet, essayist, philosopher and philologist ...

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Pietro Giordani

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