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The most significant and adored works from the popular Italian poet Ugo Foscolo are collected in this lucid verse translation. Expressing the author’s political, civic, and sentimental concerns, these poems captivate with their immediacy and intimacy. Each work reveals the inner recesses of a passionate, restless, and surprisingly modern mind.
Paperback, 120 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Oneworld Classics (first published 1807)
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Sep 09, 2013 Raum rated it it was amazing
If you love Italy, its culture, its history, you can't miss this masterpiece. Foscolo will guide you to discover Florence's beauty through its glorious past.
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May 10, 2015 Vale (BooksAndTea58) rated it it was ok
read this at school, but it didn't suit to my tastes.. I think that this italian masterpiece is a bit too depressing for me, but still, the language and the author's writing style is very good, in my opinion
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Non vedevo l'ora che finisse..
Feb 21, 2014 Elena rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A memoria in prima liceo!! Me li ricordo ancora... non tutti ...
Che splendore, non riesco a credere che l'altro unico voto sia 1 stella. Magari si trovassero ancora capolavori del genere.
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Voto medio e nessuna recensione. Non vogliatemene, ma non ho gli strumenti né le conoscenze per recensire un'opera di poesia.
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Foscolo was born on the Ionian island of Zakynthos. His father was Andrea Foscolo, an impoverished Venetian nobleman, and his mother Diamantina Spathis was Greek.
In 1788, on the death of his father, who worked as a physician in Spalato, today Croatia (Split), the family removed to Venice, and at the University of Padua Foscolo completed the studies begun at the Dalmatian grammar school.

Amongst his
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