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El Loco Impuro by Roberto Calasso
Return to Book Page. El Loco Impuro by Roberto Calasso. El loco impuro is the spanish translation of the first book of the great italian writer Roberto Calasso. It is a fascinating book on the famous german jurist, Daniel Paul Schreber, written by Calasso as he finished editing Schreber’s book, Memoirs of my calazso illness.
Calasso studies Schreber from a unique perspective, with a very different approach from that taken by su El loco impuro is the spanish translation of the first book of the great italian writer Roberto Calasso. Calasso roberyo Schreber from a robreto perspective, with a very different approach from that taken by such thinkers as Freud or Lacan. Calasso sees Schreber’s madness as the product of divine posession, producing a masterpiece that every Calasso reader will truly enjoy.
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Y sobre todo la elegancia de escribir de Calasso hacen de este libro una obra de arte. Jose Alfredo rated it really liked it Jul 29, Fabio Chicco rated it liked it Sep 24, Valentina Zunino rated it ep it Nov 21, Luis rated it really liked it Feb 13, Aviador rated it it was amazing Aug 18, Gianluca Moreschi rated it it was amazing Dec 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Roberto Calasso born 30 May in Florence is an Italian publisher and lmpuro.
He was born into a family of the local upper class, well connected with some of the great Italian intellectuals of their time. His maternal grandfather Giovanni Codignola was a professor of philosophy at Florence University. Codignola created a new publishing house called La Nuova Italia, in Florence, just like his Roberto Calasso born 30 May in Florence is an Italian publisher and writer. His uncle Tristano Codignola, partigiano during the Resistenza, after the war joined the political life of the new republic, and was for a while Minister of Education.
His father Francesco was a law professor, first at Florence University and then in Rome, where he eventually became dean of his faculty.
He has been working for Adelphi Edizioni since its founding in and became its Chairman in His books have from been translated into most European languages. After a successful career in publishing he has become a leading intellectual.
This was followed in by The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmonya book where the tale of Cadmus and his wife Harmonia becomes a pretext for re-writing the great tales of Greek mythology and reflect on the reception of Greek culture for a contemporary readership. The trend for portraying whole civilizations continues with Ka where the subject of the re-writing is Hindu mythology.
With his latest book, La folie BaudelaireCalasso goes back to the fresco of whole civilisations, this time re-writing the lives and works of the artists that revolutionised our artistic taste, the symbolist poets and impressionist painters.
His essaystic production is collected in a few books: I quarantanove gradini The Forty-nine Stepsa collection of essays about major authors and thinkers in European modernity addressed to Pierre Klossowski and his wife. His Oxford lessons are collected in Literature and the Gods.
In Calasso published La follia che viene dalle ninfea collection of essays on the influence of the nymph in literature, which is discussed through authors ranging from Plato to Nabokov. Lodo by Roberto Calasso.
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