2 edition of Giacomo Leopardi poems found in the catalog.
Spine title: Leopardi poems.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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Exposition of the claim of G.A. LeMore & co., to eight hundred and thirty bales of cotton detained by the United States as prize of war. By John A. McClernand.
Volume général publié par Mr. le docteur Angel Fernandez-Caro, secrétaire général du Congrès.
THE INFINITE Always to me beloved was this lonely hillside And the hedgerow creeping over and always hiding The distances, the horizon's furthest reaches. Or are our toils and miseries, And all the anguish of our hearts, A pleasant sport, their leisure to beguile? All other fancies sweet The aspect of the truth Hath weakened ever.
This wearisome and this distressing sleep That we call life, O how dost thou support, My Pepoli? This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. The mortal worships, then, His own ideal, of his mind, Which of his the part contains. They touch the chords to which he always responded—patriotism, poetry, learning, a national idealism bearing aloft an enormous weight of erudition and thought.
Up until 1815, Leopardi was essentially an erudite philologist. Written by Elizabeth Shaw This Italian Romantic poet has made incredible contributions to the poetic canon, having written a vast number of poems. Above thy bones and clay, Here vainly placed by loving hands, Sole guardian of memory and woe, The image of departed beauty stands.
Up until 1815, Leopardi was essentially an erudite philologist.
If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set.
If frail and vile throughout, If shadow, dust thou art, say, why Hast thou such fancies, aspirations high? My eye sought the ground, or in itself Absorbed, from the glance Of or countenance; The image to disturb, So reflected in my breast; As disturb the of the lake.