Memoirs of Lorenzo Da Ponte (New York Review Books Classics)

Memoirs of Lorenzo Da Ponte (New York Review Books Classics)
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Plot and counter is located in the heart of Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte and The Marriage of Figaro, the three brilliant books that Lorenzo Da Ponte prepared for Mozart. They have also been at the center of Da Ponte own extraordinary life. His memoirs record a wonderful selection of amorous intrigues, political and expert, and tell of encounters with a host of remarkable men. In a life that took him by means of the canals of Venice in the streets of New York, Da Ponte at various times a priest, a skilled gambler, proprietor of a bordello, political agitator, a court poet, impresario grocery store owners, and the 1st professor of Italian literature at Columbia University. His memoirs, a minor classic of Italian literature, is the picaresque and engrossing story of a man with enormous talent and an unrivaled sense was largely a tireless survivor.
“I’ll talk about points … so singular in its singularity as a way to instruct, or at least entertaining, but wearyi Memoirs of Lorenzo Da Ponte (New York Review Books Classics)

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