Summary of Vanin Vanini

Summary of Vanin Vanini


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Vanina Vanini
Vanina Vanini is a Roman aristocrat, a “black-haired girl with a fiery gaze,” feeding contempt for the timid and insignificant soul of the young people of her circle, but selflessly falling in love with the young Carbonari, whose courage and willingness to perish for liberating Italy from the Austrians meet the passion and pride that set her apart itself. Having faced the need to make a sacrifice to duty, V. and Pietro, like the characters of the classicist literature, must choose between loyalty to the motherland and the fidelity of the feeling, and this is the choice of fate. V. chooses love; To save Pietro, she gives out the police to the remaining members of his entourage. A crime that is perfect for love is not justified; it is not repairable, no matter what titanic efforts V. applied in order to get the lover out of prison who voluntarily surrendered, suspicions of betrayal. B.’s destiny is the hatred of Pietro awaiting execution and a marriage with a man from the upper world, although she is at best indifferent to him. The confusion of the soul, which drowns out the voice of reason and makes one forget about the code of honor, by which the very possibility of denunciation is excluded, has been overcome by V. faced with the reality of punishment of her chosen one: weakness is replaced by desperate courage, love encourages not to stop at anything in the aspirations to save his life. Nevertheless, the final of V.’s history is catastrophic, since heroics is primarily associated with the notion of public debt. which is denied the very possibility of denunciation, overcome by V., faced with the reality of reprisal over his chosen one: weakness is replaced by desperate courage, love prompts not to stop at anything in the aspirations to save his life. Nevertheless, the final of V.’s history is catastrophic, since heroics is primarily associated with the notion of public debt. which is denied the very possibility of denunciation, overcome by V., faced with the reality of reprisal over his chosen one: weakness is replaced by desperate courage, love prompts not to stop at anything in the aspirations to save his life. Nevertheless, the final of V.’s history is catastrophic, since heroics is primarily associated with the notion of public debt.



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Summary of Vanin Vanini