The Metabolism of Desire

The Metabolism of Desire All Pale Beside My Lady Whose Lovelyface Ci Passa La Beltate E La Valenza And Gentle Heart Show Theunworthiness De La Mia Donna E L Su Gentil Coraggio, Of Him Who Catches A Glimpse Of Herperfection, S Che Rasembra Vile A Chi Ci Guarda For She Is An Earthly Vessel Of Heaven Sgrace E Tanto Pi D Ogn Altr Ha Canoscenza, Before Whose Greatness We Are So Muchless, Quanto Lo Ciel De La Terra Maggio Beyond Any Redemption Or Evencorrection A Simil Di Natura Ben Non Tarda The Fact That Cavalcanti S Friend, Dante Alighieri, Was Asupremely Fine Poet Ought Not Blind Us To Cavalcanti S Own, Ratherdifferent Excellence His Love Poetry Has Of The Tang Ofreal World Experience And Is As Appealing As Dante S, Although In A Modern And Recognizable Way The Two Poets Both Suffer, ButCavalcanti Is Not So Sure That His Torments Are Likely To Improve Hisspirit He Is, Therefore, Torn And Under Greater Pressure To Findsome Meaning In His Struggles, And, As Translator David R Slavittdeclares, Fun David R Slavitt Is A Widely Known Poet, Novelist, Critic, And Translator Who Prepared These English Versions Ofthe Poems Because He Loved Them And, In The End, What Other Reason Forpoetry Is There

Guido Cavalcanti c 1255 August 1300 was an Italian poet who was a role model for and a very close friend of Dante His poetry explores the philosophy of love In June 1300, when the Florentines had become tired of brawling between the Ghibellines and the Guelphs, the leaders of both factions were exiled and Cavalcanti was amongst them He was sent to Sarzana, where, after only a few months he

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Metabolism of Desire
  • Guido Cavalcanti
  • English
  • 08 July 2019
  • 9781926836843

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