By Anthony Trollope
Book 1 in Trollope's Palliser sequence of parliamentary novels.
A girl compelled to select from suitors is without doubt one of the world's oldest dilemmas. within the expert palms of Anthony Trollope, this conundrum turns into an engrossing exam of the delicate kinfolk tics and personal tastes which could effect love relationships and marriage judgements. the radical follows 3 girls as they puzzle during the offerings that may be certain the process their lives.
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Certo, la giustizia è importante: ma fino a che punto riesce a imporsi e valere? Il racconto dell’Iliade insegna che le persone troppo spesso ritengono la scorciatoia della forza piú appetibile della strada della giustizia, nella convinzione – erronea ma umana – che la prevaricazione sia piú semplice e piú vantaggiosa. Qual è la forza coercitiva della giustizia, allora? Come fare a convincere gli uomini a seguire la strada piú lunga? Perché rispettare la giustizia, quando sembra che una soluzione piú vantaggiosa possa essere guadagnata con un’azione di forza?
XII 322-28. 26. Zambarbieri 1988, p. 331. 27. Il. VI 145-49. 28. Il. VI 206-11. 29. Redfield 1975, p. 101. 30. Schein 1984, p. 1 arriva addirittura a parlare, non senza ragioni, di «meditazione ironica». 31. Cfr. Parry 1956; Whitman 1958; Schein 1984, pp. 89-167 e Redfield 1975, pp. 3-29 e 99-127. 32. Fondamentali sono i dialoghi con la madre: I 352-56, 414-48, 505; XVIII 59-60; XXIV 85. 33. Redfield 1975, p. 19. 34. Schein 1984, pp. 129-34. 35. Il primo verso dell’Iliade celebra l’ira (μῆνις) di Achille.
La giustizia viene introdotta come alternativa alla forza, come un tentativo molto pragmatico di evitare il ricorso alla forza (che a volte funziona, come nel caso dello scudo e a volte no, come nel caso di Nestore). Tra le pieghe dell’Iliade affiora dunque una prima riflessione sulla giustizia. Piú concretamente, ed è un punto la cui importanza si chiarirà piú avanti, la giustizia consiste in un processo di negoziazione: è un compromesso concreto, un accordo che risolve un conflitto o una divergenza, non la rivendicazione di un principio assoluto14.