[Milton-L] Great, unhappy souls
dario.rivarossa at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 14:57:00 EST 2010
>Isn't it amazing, though, that Milton could smile in spite of being gravely misunderstood--or understood all too well
The same as Leopardi. Misunderstood and/or understood all to well.
Some of his "Operette" did not get the imprimatur (i.e. The Government
saying: It can be published).
He did not even hope in any God coming and saving us, he was "unhappy"
in any sense of the world, but he HAD a great sense of humour. In
spite of --- or, right because of?
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