[lee-uh-pahr-dee, ley-; Italian le-aw-pahr-dee]
- Count Gia·co·mo [jah-kuh-moh; Italian jah-kaw-maw] /ˈdʒɑ kəˌmoʊ; Italian ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ/, 1798–1837, Italian poet.
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Against Leopardi, then, the house of love was doubly barred.
As has been seen, Leopardi snapped his fingers at them both.
But Leopardi might reply, What is the charm of novelty but an illusion?The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study
Leopardi here commits the error of him who wishes to prove too much.
But is it really true that this idea is not contained in Leopardi's dialogue?
- Count Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). 1798–1837, Italian poet and philosopher, noted esp for his lyrics, collected in I Canti (1831)