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Antiafrodisiaco para el amor platónico

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Ippolito Nievo (1831-1861), escritor romántico y activista político, redactó esta sátira, el Antiafrodisiaco, a los diecinueve años, con la intención de exorcizar los fantasmas incrustados en su espíritu tras una decepción amorosa. Pieza literaria de difícil clasificación, acusada de libelo antirromántico, permaneció inédita hasta 1956, al parecer por razones de discreción ...more
181 pages
Published 1995 by Valdemar (first published January 1st 1956)
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Ippolito Nievo was born in 1831, in Padova (Italy) and died in a shipwreck in the Tyrrhenian Sea (1861).
After graduating in Law at the University of Padova, he refused to join his father's profession as a lawyer, because this implied an act of submission to the Austrian Government, to which the Italian region Veneto belonged.
He was politically inspired by Giuseppe Mazzini's thought and wanted to e
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