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Leopardi

(Italian leoˈpardi)
n
(Biography) Count Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). 1798–1837, Italian poet and philosopher, noted esp for his lyrics, collected in I Canti (1831)

Le•o•par•di

(ˌli əˈpɑr di, ˌleɪ-)

n.
Count Giacomo, 1798–1837, Italian poet.
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Quando Giacomo Leopardi scrisse nel 1816 tre componimenti poetici pregni di erudizione e ispirati ad una sedicente riscoperta degna dei primi Umanisti, stava altresi sondando quella vena poetica che in seguito sarebbe esplosa in forma originale ed esclusiva.
Com efeito, Traduzione, transcreazione, saggi avulta ainda mais pelo fato de que muitas das questoes oferecidas ao publico italiano por Andrea Lombardi e Gaetano d'Itria tem como tematica principal a difusao de autores do canone italiano, como Dante, Giacomo Leopardi ou Giuseppe Ungaretti.
In recent years, the work of Giacomo Leopardi has finally begun to receive the international attention it has always deserved.
This volume contains 10 essays that investigate the legacy of the ideas and poetry of Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837).
Con el libro Giacomo Leopardi testimonia algunas de las influencias que recibe Rod, desde Leopardi, los prerrafaelistas o Wagner, y lo inscribe por tanto en la corriente de los neomisticos, lo que acaba otorgando un tono ineludiblemente pesimista (tal vez a su pesar, segun advierte Pardo Bazan) a la obra del creador frances.
Galassi, by the way, is a well-regarded poet himself and an accomplished translator of Italian poets Eugenio Montale and Giacomo Leopardi.
Giacomo Leopardi (1798--1837) requires introduction, and translation.
The year's real standout was Mario Martone's "Leopardi," a biopic about Italian Romantic poet and thinker Giacomo Leopardi, which took a surprising $7.
En el caso de Giacomo Leopardi es el de mostrar ademas, la indudable ruptura entre la naturaleza y el hombre, rasgo inequivoco del proyecto de la modernidad occidental.
Mas adelante, Miquel Edo identifica, analiza y proyecta la figura y la obra del escritor romantico italiano Giacomo Leopardi en tres textos de la narrativa argentina del siglo XX, a traves de Paolina, la hermana del poeta, la cual aparece transformada y enaltecida frente a su hermano, en un analisis en los que los planos de la ficcion y los datos referenciales se entrecruzan de manera creativa; es decir, en un trabajo critico que remite a la nocion de intertextualidad entendida como escritura-lectura.
Sebastiano Timpanaro (1923-2001) was an Italian classical philologist and among the most important contributors to the rediscovery of the poet Giacomo Leopardi as a central thinker and philosopher of 19th-century Europe.
The program (with Pei-yeh Tsai accompanying on piano) includes songs and arias by Donizetti, Rossini and Puccini, as well as "L'Infinito," a new work for voice and piano by FSU faculty member Michelle Caniato based on a text by Giacomo Leopardi.