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Canti

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Struttura tripartita con canzoni, idilli e canti pisano-recanatesi. Si compone di 23 componimenti:

* All'Italia
* Sopra il monumento di Dante che si prepara in Firenze
* Ad Angelo Mai quand'ebbe trovato i libri di Cicerone della Repubblica [con dedicatoria a Leonardo Trissino]
* Nelle nozze della sorella Paolina
* A un vincitore nel pallone
* Bruto minore
* Alla primavera o delle favole antiche
* Inno ai patriarchi o dè principii del genere umano
* Ultimo canto di Saffo
* Il primo amore [Elegia I B24]
* L'infinito. Idillio I
* La sera del giorno festivo. Idillio II
* Alla luna [La ricordanza]
* Il sogno
* La vita solitaria
* Alla sua donna
* Al Conte Carlo Pepoli
* Il risorgimento
* A Silvia
* Le ricordanze
* Canto notturno di un pastore errante dell'Asia
* La quiete dopo la tempesta
* Il sabato del villaggio

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From Publishers Weekly

Oct 25, 2010 – A towering figure among European Romantic poets and a national hero of Italian letters, the tormented, learned, sometimes hyperbolic Leopardi (1798 1837) has inspired other writers and defied translators since before his early death: the 41 elegies, odes, love poems, and meditations called Canti lie at the heart of his work. Leopardi wrote at the bloody start of the movements that brought Italy independence: early odes call on the nation's "glorious ancestors" to revive lost patriotic hopes. Yet his enduring sadness was not so much political as metaphysical, erotic, and nostalgic: "my heart is stricken," he writes, "to think how everything in this world passes/ and barely leaves a trace." Landscapes and villages, and indeed his own memory, yield fleeting joys that self-consciousness takes away: "If life is misery," one of his characters asks the moon, "why do we bear it?/ But we're not mortal,/ and what I say may matter little to you." Several canti lament the deaths of beautiful women. To Leopardi's elaborate stanzas Galassi (who has also translated Montale) brings a light touch and a feel for modern speech. This bilingual version comes with copious notes aimed at beginners, informed, but not overwhelmed, by Italian scholarship.
Canti
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  • Category: Classics
  • Published: Dec 09, 1998
  • Publisher: E-text
  • Seller: StreetLib Srl
  • Print Length: 100 Pages
  • Language: Italian
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