What are some good introductions to aesthetics? Where do you go from there?
Serious answer. What I've done is read the Critique of Judgment then Schiller's letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man then Hegel's course on Aesthetics then I dunno, I kinda winged it, but I had a professor that really helped me put stuff into context so maybe try picking up an Aesthetics textbook alongside source readings (which are, of course, vastly superior) to help you get why you're reading something after something else, which I know sounds patronizing as all shit but trust me, you really need it. Cheers mate. Also beer is good nobody'll say otherwise trust me.
Afraid not, and if I had they'd probably be in Italian so I can't help you there - but there's bound to be something like a university-level Aesthetics course reading list where you'll find something adequate, if Google proves inadequate. If you're still out of luck, well - a comprehensive textbook on Western Philsophy would be useful, but I still can't give you any specific rec.
Sorry for the general unhelpfullness, but if you're determined to go down the rabbit hole do it anyway - I swear it gets more and more rewaring the further you go in.