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Giacomo Leopardi was an Italian poet, philosopher, essayist and philologist. He was the one of the most radical and challenging thinkers of the 19th century. The exceptional lyrics of his poetry made Giacomo Leopardi a central protagonist in the European and international literary and cultural landscape. In his works he reflected the existence and the human condition. It made him a philosopher of considerable depth.
The main theme of his poems was the phrase “men are not created equal”. All humans in the world differ from each other. Art, is not "a way to say things", it is a form of knowledge, a revelation for the artist primarily, as well as its transmission to others in the form that is closest to that ancient experience of truth. Read Leopardi to feel the enlightening of his soul!