Giacomo Leopardi Quote

The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through some singular exception of the universal rule, he can in some unknown and inexplicable way still make an impression on women.


Poems and prose (ed. 1966)

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The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through...

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The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through...

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The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through...

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The old man, especially if he is in society in the privacy of his thoughts, though he may protest the opposite, never stops believing that, through...