Leopardi and the Theory of Poetry

Leopardi and the Theory of Poetry


during this first distinct and finished account of Leopardi's idea of poetry, G. Singh assesses either the literary and important attainments of a poet whose eminence ranks him with Dante and Petrarch. Singh's research, which employs vast connection with Leopardi's paintings on the way to illustrate the author's personal reviews, units forth Leopardi's perspectives at the higher questions of culture, proposal, and the mind's eye in poetry. Later chapters are fascinated by the extra particular concerns of the poetic picture, type, and language.

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