general Italian public.nGioia's introduction is especially valuablenfor its discussion of the differencenbetween the Anglo-Saxon and Italiannconceptions of poetry. English and Italiannare two distinct languages, and thendictionary translations of the words arennot sufficient to make the one intelligiblento the other. The American (not tonsay the Briton) feels one . . .

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