By Andrew Brookes
Хронология войны над Италией во время Второй Мировой Войны. Много интересных фотографий.
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Ii. 1-2)- and Beatrice being led off to execution. The oppressive, violent image of Italy, derived from Shakespeare and developed by the novelists, is here united to a dramatic style which is itselfindebted to the Shakespearean model. The two lines of development fittingly re-unite in this, the last major work of Gothic Romanticism. The Cenci, however, is rather outside the main stream of Italian influence on Shelley. Though in this play he showed himself capable of exploiting the violent episodes in the country's history, he was much more deeply interested in the beauty ofItaly.
The elegiac sonnet On The Extinction of the Venetian Republic ('Once did She hold the gorgeous East in fee'), written in 1802, is the most memorable of his Italian writings, and doubtless contributed to the Romantic image of Venice as the city of recently departed grandeur; but otherwise one cannot but regret that Wordsworth did not visit Italy while at the height of his poetic powers. In his walking tour of 1790 he went only as far as Lake Como, whose beauty he recorded in The Prelude (Book 6, 660-726); in 1820 he went to Milan; but it was not until 1837, at the age of sixty-seven, that he made an extended tour of Italy with Crabb Robinson.
The male protagonist is a young Scottish lord whose life is diseased by a guilty fear that an affair he has had with a French girl in revolutionary France may have helped to hasten the death of his father. He is introduced as the very type of melancholy Romantic hero: II s' identifiait avec les idees qui avaient du occuper son perc dans les dernicrs temps de sa vic, et il portait I' ardeur de vingt-cinq ans dans les reflexions melancoliques de la vieillesse. 16 Between Gibbon and Byron To try to escape his melancholy the young Lord N elvil goes to Italy.