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Il Quadriregio   By: (1346?-1416)

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Il Quadriregio by Federico Frezzi is a captivating literary work that beautifully combines philosophy, theology, and poetry. The author's rich language and vivid imagery create a world that is both enchanting and thought-provoking.

The story follows the journey of four allegorical figures representing love, reason, sense, and intellect as they navigate through the realms of Earthly Love, Heavenly Love, and Divine Love. As they encounter various challenges and obstacles, readers are invited to ponder deeper meanings and truths about the nature of love and existence.

Frezzi's exploration of themes such as the pursuit of spiritual enlightenment, the struggle between earthly desires and divine aspirations, and the quest for ultimate truth make Il Quadriregio a profound and rewarding read. The allegorical nature of the narrative adds layers of complexity and symbolism, inviting readers to reflect on their own beliefs and values.

Overall, Il Quadriregio is a masterpiece of Italian literature that continues to resonate with readers centuries after its initial publication. It is a timeless and insightful work that reminds us of the eternal quest for understanding and connection with the divine.

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SCRITTORI D'ITALIA

F. FREZZI

IL QUADRIREGIO

FEDERICO FREZZI

IL QUADRIREGIO

A CURA

DI

ENRICO FILIPPINI

BARI

GIUS. LATERZA & FIGLI

TIPOGRAFI EDITORI LIBRAI

1914

PROPRIETÁ LETTERARIA

MAGGIO MCMXIV 38615

LIBRO PRIMO

DEL REGNO D'AMORE

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CAPITOLO I

Come all'autore apparve Cupido, e questi lo condusse nel regno di Diana, ove a' preghi del medesimo ferí la ninfa Filena.

La dea, che 'l terzo ciel volvendo move, avea concorde seco ogni pianeto congiunta al Sole ed al suo padre Iove.

La sua influenza tutto 'l mondo lieto 5 esser faceva e d'aspetto benegno, da caldo e freddo e da venti quieto.

E Febo il viso chiaro avea nel segno, che fu sortito in cielo ai duo fratelli, ond'ebbe Leda d'uovo il ventre pregno,

10 E tutti i prati e tutti gli arboscelli eran fronduti, ed amorosi canti con dolci melodie facean gli uccelli... Continue reading book >>




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