Critical Inquiries on Leopardi
Edited By Fabio Camilletti and Paola Cori
The publication of this book – hopefully, a further step in the continuous, committed, and lively presence of Italian Studies in Birmingham – was made possible thanks to the kindness and generosity of the Dante Society and the Leopardi Centre at the University of Birmingham, and The Harry C. Davis Fund.
Fabio Camilletti wishes to thank Pauline Julier for having first inspired the essay on Leopardi and Sade, and Michael Caesar, Franco D’Intino, and Alessandro Grilli for the helpful feedback received in the course of its gestation. Paola Cori would like to thank Giulio Giusti for his comments on an early draft of her article on Leopardi and Antonioni. We also wish to thank Pamela Williams for her detailed comments on the introduction, Martina Piperno for her editorial work, the editors of the series for having accepted this book, and all the contributors for their careful work, their patience, and their collaboration in this volume.← ix | x →
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