Ricordi di Gino

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Alfredo Stussi


Towards the end of the 1950s, when I went with a friend to the Rosticceria fiorentina, which despite the name was at Pisa in the Corso Italia, I had the good luck to meet Luigi Blasucci, who often lunched there together with a select group of thinkers, among whom were prominent Cesare Cases and Sebastiano Timpanaro. Over the course of the years this first cheerful meeting became a solid friendship, based on the fact that we both taught in local schools, and later at the Scuola Normale, and had Gianfranco Contini as a point of reference for our own studies. I am perhaps the only person remaining who is able to describe at first hand Blasucci’s interaction with others and his cultural interests before he became the important scholar we all know.

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