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    Ahhhh crap I just bought this 2592 page somnabitch brand spankin' new hardcover for upwards of like 50 USA American buckski

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    Gracian also brings before our eyes the misery of our existence in the darkest colours But no one has treated this subject so thoroughly and exhaustively as Leopardi He is entirely imbued and penetrated with it; everywhere his theme is the mockery and wretchedness of this existence He presents it on every page of his works yet in such a multiplicity of forms and applications with such a wealth of imagery that

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    A piece from The Guardian Translation of Giacomo Leopardi's Zibaldone published Italians consider him one of their greatest minds but 19th century poet and philosopher remains somewhat unknownGiacomo Leopardi's Zibaldone the Least Known Masterpiece of European Literature ;; review in New Republic 8November2013 by Adam Kirsch But th

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    ZIBALDONEGiacomo Leopardi 1798 1837Leopardi was an Italian scholar poet and philosopher one of the great writers of the 19th centuryThe ZIBALD

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    A great book finally available in English Thank you FSGAnywhere you open this 2500 page tome you are likely to find something engagingI'm looking for some good uotes but so far my favorite passages are all long You can read a review b

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    Leopardi's epic notebook Zibaldone or Hodgepodge translated into English for the first time at over 4500 pages is a bibliophile's dream It's a immense readable tome with a wealth of insight It's great to pull of your bookshelf in be

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    Scattered considerations spread over the period 1817 1832 but mainly concentrated around 1820 1821 This book offers a selection Theme

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    Leopardi is a genius and this book is best enjoyed by someone fluent in Greek Latin Spanish French and Italian like the author Between the detailed notes on language there is an absolutely brilliant set of philosophical insights that make this book worthwhile However an edited version of this that only contains his phil

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    choose your subject leopardi's written about it read every entry for it in the index while perusing back and forth any number of unrelated entries will catch your eye there are no dead ends if you start reading you can't stop at least i havent yet

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    This book is possibly the biggest behemoth I have ever come across And it's not an easy read either The translated writing is poetic The subject matter is diverse with no flow from one topic to another I had never heard of Leopardi before seeing this book so it was a pleasure to finally read something from himI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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Shed at the turn of the twentieth century has been recognized as one of the foundational books of modern culture Its 4500 plus pages have never been fully translated into English until now when a team under the auspices of Michael Caesar and Franco D'Intino of the Leopardi Centre in Birmingham England have spent years producing a lively accurate version This essential book will change our understanding of nineteenth century culture This is an extraordinary epochal publicati Scattered considerations spread over the period 1817 1832 but mainly concentrated around 1820 1821 This book offers a selection Themes linguistics literature culture autobiography philosophy Not everything is deep and thorough Much about Greek antiue literature and language especially an ode to Homer p 169ev Dante 192 and to a lesser extent to Virgil and Petrarca Some really brilliant insights The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, recognized as one of the foundational books of modern culture Its 4500 plus pages have never been fully translated into English until now when a team under the auspices of Michael Caesar and Franco D'Intino of the Leopardi Centre in Birmingham England have spent years producing a lively accurate version This essential book will change our understanding of nineteenth century culture This is an extraordinary epochal publicati Scattered considerations spread over the period 1817 1832 but mainly concentrated around 1820 1821 This book offers a selection Themes linguistics literature culture autobiography philosophy Not everything is deep and thorough Much about Greek antiue literature and language especially an ode to Homer p 169ev Dante 192 and to a lesser extent to Virgil and Petrarca Some MT 86 : Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d'examen linguistique de l'aphasie (1CD audio) really brilliant insights

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Zibaldone

A groundbreaking translation of the epic work of one of the great minds of the nineteenth century Jonathan Galassi's translation of Leopardi's Canti was published by FSG in 2010Giacomo Leopardi was the greatest Italian poet of the nineteenth century and was recognized by readers from Nietzsche to Beckett as one of the towering literary figures in Italian history To many he is the finest Italian poetHe was a prodigious scholar of classical literature and philosophy and a vor A piece from The Guardian Translation of Giacomo Leopardi s Zibaldone published Italians consider him one of their greatest minds but 19th century poet and philosopher remains somewhat unknownGiacomo Leopardi s Zibaldone the Least Known Masterpiece of European Literature review in New Republic 8November2013 by Adam Kirsch But there is nothing in all the thousands of pages of the Zibaldone to suggest that the world ever presented itself to Leopardi under the aspect of joy What he had instead was the ambiguous pleasure of understanding the power of reasoning out in flashes of grim exaltation why the unhappy world had no choice but to be unhappy Everyone perhaps sees only as much of the world as his nature allows him to see But for Leopardi the connection between inner and outer reality was especially immediate in a way that is characteristic of poetry not philosophy Even in the Zibaldone then he remains a poet and perhaps this book is most significant as a vast objective correlative bringing us as close as we can come or want to come to the brilliant bleakness of his inner life Homewrecker recognized by Make your own model forts & castles readers from Nietzsche to Beckett as one of the towering literary figures in Italian history To many he is the finest Italian poetHe was a prodigious scholar of classical literature and philosophy and a vor A piece from The Guardian Translation of Giacomo Leopardi s Zibaldone published Italians consider him one of their greatest minds but 19th century poet and philosopher Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury remains somewhat unknownGiacomo Leopardi s Zibaldone the Least Known Masterpiece of European Literature How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim review in New Republic 8November2013 by Adam Kirsch But there is nothing in all the thousands of pages of the Zibaldone to suggest that the world ever presented itself to Leopardi under the aspect of joy What he had instead was the ambiguous pleasure of understanding the power of The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) reasoning out in flashes of grim exaltation why the unhappy world had no choice but to be unhappy Everyone perhaps sees only as much of the world as his nature allows him to see But for Leopardi the connection between inner and outer Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic reality was especially immediate in a way that is characteristic of poetry not philosophy Even in the Zibaldone then he Earthfall (Homecoming, remains a poet and perhaps this book is most significant as a vast objective correlative bringing us as close as we can come or want to come to the brilliant bleakness of his inner life

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Acious reader in numerous ancient and modern languages For most of his writing career he kept an immense notebook known as the Zibaldone or hodge podge as Harold Bloom has called it in which Leopardi put down his original wide ranging radically modern responses to his reading His comments about religion philosophy language history anthropology astronomy literature poetry and love are unprecedented in their brilliance and suggestiveness and the Zibaldone which was only publi ZIBALDONEGiacomo Leopardi 1798 1837Leopardi was an Italian scholar poet and philosopher one of the great writers of the 19th centuryThe ZIBALDONE is a lifelong collection of short notes hardly extended than a page or twoSubjects of notes while reading the first 500 pagesAbout classic authors Homer Dante L Arioste Petrarue Denis of Halicarnassus Dion Arrien Herodotus Thucydides Xenophon Corneille Racine Terence Plautus Ovid Pindar Anacreon Alcee SimonidesAbout the usefulness and need for comediesNote How terrible it must be for an old man of 80 to realise that he will die in the next ten yearsAbout Montesuieu The Academy Globalisation NationalismOn Imagination the theory of pleasureThoughts of Infinity About our preference for symmetryProverb Beauty resides in an instant Grace in durationMust read Tristram ShandyOn the poem of Ossian French bashing my definition of the author s strongly expressed dislike of all French Literature Language and Authors etcuote Mankind lives either from Religion or from illusions About Grace and Illusions Dreams and VisionsDespising notes on Bossuet whom he calls useless and ridiculous Voltaire however calls Bossuet the most elouent of elouencePraises Demosthenes on elouenceCriticises Lord Byron and his literatureAbout Machiavel and Giardini Extensive note about NapoleonExtensive French bashing But he declares the French Language as the Universal languageFew people speak EnglishHow Mathematics is the contrary of PleasureExtensive note about how the Christian Religion is responsible for the destruction of Beauty Grandeur Life and Variety in this worldAbout the Grandeur of the Antiuity and the Smallness of ModernityAbout the soil those who own it and those who labour itAbout the mutual dislike of Nature and ReasonStudy on the Immunity of Heralds which could be so only by convention not naturallyMust read Theophrastus A man should read for a purpose not to spend some timeAnimals do not need laws nor religionNeither Man nor Civilisation is perfectible only Nature is perfectPhilosophical considerations about harmonyFrench BashingReligion bashingAbout the Bible Adam and Eve of the tree of knowledge leading to human corruptionMust read Velleius FlorusFrench bashingAbout the Italian obsession of sharing emotion instantlyThese comments are meant to give my reader friends an idea of what this book is aboutBut I will place it back on my library shelf and will likely pick it up from time to time to read a few pagesThe book has its merit for providing several classical reading suggestions