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Hojas de hierba by Walt Whitman

By Walt Whitman

«Camarada, esto no es un libro; quien toca esto toca a un hombre». Así outline Walt Whitman (1819-1892) una obra que construyó a lo largo de casi cuarenta años. Fruto de una época y de un lugar -la Norteamérica del siglo XIX-, este gran poema épico nace y crece con los angeles intención de definir al hombre y a los angeles nación americana frente al dominio cultural anglosajón. Su polémica ruptura, formal y conceptual, con el canon poético tradicional fue tal, que se cube que toda los angeles poesía norteamericana posterior es un continuo diálogo con Whitman; incluso buena parte de l. a. poesía occidental, desde el español García Lorca hasta el caribeño Walcott, bebe de esta fuente de inspiración. Este volumen ofrece por primera vez íntegra l. a. mítica Primera edición de 1855, y una selección de los mejores poemas que engrosaron las sucesivas ediciones.

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I don’t know, Africanus, why people say that Socrates rejected all discussions of this kind and was concerned only with human life and morality. Plato is the fullest source we have about him, and in his books Socrates frequently speaks in such a manner that when he discusses morals, virtues, and even public life he seeks to link them in the manner of Pythagoras with numbers and geometry and harmony.    : True enough; but I’m sure that you have heard, Tubero, that after Socrates’ death Plato traveled first to Egypt for the sake of study, then to Italy and Sicily to learn the discoveries of Pythagoras; and that he spent a great deal of time with Archytas of Tarentum and Timaeus of Locri, and purchased the papers of Philolaus; and that since at that time Pythagoras had a great reputation in that region, he devoted himself to the Pythagoreans and their studies.

Particularly (for Cicero) the chapters by T. P. Wiseman on the period –. The most influential and eloquent modern treatment of the end of the Republic is R. Syme, The Roman Revolution (Oxford, ); also admirable are the various studies by P. A. Brunt, including Social Conflicts in the Roman Republic (London, ) and the articles collected in The Fall of the Roman Republic and Related Essays (Oxford, ). For the actual workxxxi Bibliography ings of Roman civic life, there is also the detailed study by C.

Cambridge, ). The religious laws of Book  are closely related to Cicero’s discussions of Roman religion in On the Nature of the Gods and On Divination; two useful introductions to various aspects of these texts are P. Brunt, ‘‘Philosophy and Religion in the Later Republic,’’ in Philosophia Togata, and J. Linderski, ‘‘Cicero and Roman Divination,’’ Parola del Passato  (), –. xxxv Text and Translation The translation of On the Commonwealth is based on C. ), M. , Leipzig, ), and (for the continuous portions of the palimpsest and the Dream of Scipio) J.

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