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"Leopardi was Italy's premier romantic poet and one of the great literary figures of 19th century Europe. . . . In "Operette Morali, he presents a series of stunning dialogues and essays that are as unique, penetrating and blackly humorous as Kafka's parables or Beckett's plays."--"San Francisco Examiner-ChronicleAbout the Author:
Giacomo Leopardi was an Italian Romantic poet. J. G. Nichols is a poet and translator who has received the Monselice Prize.
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Book Description Barbera. Brossura. Condition: nuovo. Seller Inventory # 39361