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Title: Gli aforismi di Cervantes: un libro mai scritto (esperienze di un antologista di aforismi cervantini)
Authors: Ruffinatto, Aldo
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: In the Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda, by Miguel de Cervantes, a rather grotesque character wants to write a book of Aphorisms and he incites passers-by to collaborate with him. In this case the aphorism is diminished: perhaps Cervantes wanted to ridicule some author of aphorisms; perhaps he wanted to interrupt the narrative; or perhaps he wanted to write a book of aphorisms himself. In the reality of this meeting, one sees that the aphorism once extracted from its contest, reveals itself as a place in which subjects of various natures meet.
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