By Giuseppe Antonio Borgese
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The elements that seemed fitted, in no matter what language, no Why Why matter where spoken? There is no reasonable answer to such questions. There is no problem concerning Dante's The only answer available logical or philological solution of the choice of a language for his poem. ITALIAN BACKGROUND 2,0 is of a psychological nature and in implies another paradox Dante's biography. which Dante enthusiastiAccording to a unanimous opinion, Latin poets, and the been had greatest o cally shared, Virgil without therefore the greatest of all poets, any qualification.
As for might Don Quixote, if he had been a real knight errant in the Spain of King Philip instead of the immaterial puppet of a novelist's im- is task of a writer agination, he would easily have died a more dramatic death. Machiavelli AN OTHER Cola or Nicholaus, Nlccolo Machiavelli, might /\ a political Don Quixote a couple perhaps have written JL JLof centuries after Cola di Rienzo, and roughly a century before Cervantes, although not with that peaceable and lax kind of humour. He was a Florentine of the spiritual stock of est writer next to him, Dante, the great- equally persevering in thought, equally dry and resolute in word.
But, since the first way often does not suffice, it be- comes necessary to have recourse to the second. " The unnamed prince was the Spanish ruler Ferdinand. From that time on the charge of hypocrisy was constantly repeated against whosoever, France or Britain, Holy Alliance or League of Nations, claimed to top the crude reality of life with the emblems of eternal principles. This metaphysical despair Prince, his Anti-Gospel, his the pages of Machiavelli's Evil News. " Conquest and success are the only standards of Ariosto, the gentle poet, echoed with the flourish of political life.
Goliath; the march of fascism by Giuseppe Antonio Borgese