The Canti

The Canti Leopardi S Rejection Of The Catholicism Of His Childhood And Enlightenment Optimism Gives His Work A Contemporary Feel In J.G Nichols S Translations We Grasp The Consistent Strain Of Thought In Writing, Including A Biography Woven Of Leopardi S Own Words.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Canti
  • Giacomo Leopardi
  • 21 February 2017
  • 0415967295

10 thoughts on “The Canti

  1. says:

    Surely life means miserySurely life means misery 7

  2. says:

    Negli anni del passaggio dal liceo all universit era la prima parte consistente della mia antologia poetica personale.Versi riletti, ridetti, risentiti, riscritti, rimuginati, rivissuti, rifiutati, reinventati.A SilviaLa quiete dopo la ...

  3. says:

    This poetry collection was a little bit out of the ordinary for me I usually read poems in fits and starts, savoring them as I go along with other things, and sometimes a collection can take much longer to work through than you would think And I don t always read about the poet while I am reading the poems, unless I am stumped for any idea of what they are trying to say When I was setting this title up on my currently reading shelf I noticed a review which said the poems were very depressing This poetry collection was a little bit out of the ordinary for me I usually read poems in fits and starts, savoring them as I go along with other things, and sometimes a collection can take much...

  4. says:

    Read in memory of a dear friend.You will be missed Human life was made of vanities, glad fantasies, and strange ideas we chased after them together what survives, now that the green has been leached out of things The certain, lonely knowledgethat everything is vain but grief Fate is heartless and denies fair weather to human courage, and a pure heart won t survive in a weak breast All is mystery except our pain Oh in y Read in memory of a dear friend.You will be missed Human life was made of vanities, glad fantasies, and strange ideas we chased after them together what survives, now that the green has been leached out of things The certain, lonely knowledgethat everything is vain but grief Fate is heartless and denies fair weather to human courage, and a pure heart won t survive in a weak breast All is mystery except our pain Oh in youth, when hope has a long road ahead and the way of memory is short, how sweet it is remembering...

  5. says:

    Da ragazzina Leopardi stata una vera e preziosa scoperta Mentre i compagni di classe si annoiavano, lo sbeffeggiavano, ridevano della sua vita, io dalla prima lettura della prima poesia, l ho subito sentito dentro, mi ha smosso qualcosa di profondo proprio nel cuore Ancora adesso le sue poesie mi affascinano, mi commuovono, le sento risuonare nell anima Versi eccelsi, musicali, capaci di evocare immagini di una potenza straordinaria, presi per da una vita...

  6. says:

    O INFINITO Cara me foi sempre esta erma colinaE esta sebe, que por diversos ladosO extremo do horizonte veda ao meu olhar.Mas, sentado e olhando, intermin veisEspa os para al m dela, e sobre humanosSil ncios, e sossego profund ssimo No pensamento imagino ent o por pouco O cora o se n o sobressalta E, qua...

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    Odi et amo quare id faciam, fortasse requiris nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. CatullusOrnate and often dreamlike, experiencing Canti is like exploring the Hellenistic ruins Leopardi was so fond of splendorous in youth, now turned barren by time.Masterfully tuned in both style and evocation, you can see why Nietzsche called Leopardi one of the four finest prose stylists of the 19th century, and indeed one of Italy s greatest poets Though known for his pessimism, this wasn t due to pe Odi et amo quare id faciam, fortasse requiris nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. CatullusOrnate and often dreamlike, experiencing Canti is like exploring the Hellenistic ruins Leopardi was so fond of splendorous in youth, now turned barren by time.Masterfully tuned in both style and evocation, you can see why Nietzsche called Leopardi one of the four finest prose stylists of the 19th century, and indeed one of Italy s greatest poets Though known for his pessimism, this wasn t due to personal disgraces Leopardi was considered deformed, rejected by all the women he loved, confined to a small town near Naples, constantly ill from relentless study so they say , and died at the age of 39 But, most of all, he was incredibly sens...

  8. says:

    Leopardi aveva una sensibilit ed un genio unici, il suo lascito questa splendida raccolta in cui si interroga sui grandi quesiti dell esistenza umana Le sue poesie son tutte meritevoli ma tra le pi belle, secondo me, spicca il Canto notturno di un pastore errante dell Asia Che fai tu, luna, in ciel dimmi, che fai,Silenziosa luna Sorgi la sera, e vai,Contemplando i deserti indi ti posi.Ancor non sei tu pagaDi riandare i sempiterni calli Ancor non prendi a schivo, ancor sei vagaDi mirar Leopardi aveva una sensibilit ed un genio unici, il suo lascito questa splendida raccolta in cui si interroga sui grandi quesiti dell esistenza umana Le sue poesie son tutte meritevoli ma tra le pi belle, secondo me, spicca il Canto notturno di un pastore errante dell Asia Che fai tu, luna, in ciel dimmi, che fai,Silenziosa luna Sorgi la sera, e vai,Contemplando i deserti indi ti posi.Ancor non sei tu pagaDi riandare i sempiterni calli Ancor non prendi a schivo, anco...

  9. says:

    If you love poetry, why haven t your read this book If you answer that you have never heard of its author Giacomo Leopardi , after visiting this page, you no longer have that excuse Once in a very great while we read something that changes our life and this, dear friend, is one of those books Sincerest congratulations to John Galassi for his wonderful translations and very helpful notes His suggestion that a newcomer should begin with the idylls is well heeded...

  10. says:

    He likes Italy and dead girls too much.

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