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-==== Zibaldone (the Notebooks) ====+==== Zibaldone (the Notebooks) — Giacomo Leopardi====
  
 [[reading notes]] from  Zibaldone, Giacomo Leopardi.  [[reading notes]] from  Zibaldone, Giacomo Leopardi. 
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 The hypertextual nature of the Zibaldone consists in this very extensive system of internal referencing, forming a web in which Leopardi moves in all directions, establishing connections between different points of the immense text, with instructions that almost always take the same or similar form The hypertextual nature of the Zibaldone consists in this very extensive system of internal referencing, forming a web in which Leopardi moves in all directions, establishing connections between different points of the immense text, with instructions that almost always take the same or similar form
  
 +  * Cross-references, normally signaled during or at the end of a thought or argument by the verb “See” followed by the page number(s). See p. 2345.
 +  * Additions, normally signaled at the beginning of a thought by the preposition “for” or “to,” and sometimes the verb “add,” followed by the page number(s).(e.g., Z 2892)
 +  * In very many cases, Leopardi makes reference to another point in his manuscript, without specifying the page precisely, often by using the generic adverb “elsewhere” we have chosen to put in square brackets, directly in the text, the manuscript page numbers to which Leopardi is certainly or probably referring, preceded by an arrow: [→Z 2345].
  
  
-(e.g., Z 2892); 
  
  
  
-Cross-references, normally signaled during or at the end of a thought or argument by the verb “See” followed by the page number(s) 
  
  
  
-Additions, normally signaled at the beginning of a thought by the preposition “for” or “to,” and sometimes the verb “add,” followed by the page number(s). 
  
  
  
-See p. 2345.” 
  
  
  
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-we have chosen to put in square brackets, directly in the text, the manuscript page numbers to which Leopardi is certainly or probably referring, preceded by an arrow: [→Z 2345]. 
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-In very many cases, Leopardi makes reference to another point in his manuscript, without specifying the page precisely, often by using the generic adverb “elsewhere.” 
  
  
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