Le poetriae del medioevo latino. Modelli, fortuna, commenti
This book offers a reflection upon Medieval Latin artes poetriae and aims to spur the scientific debate on them by means of eleven papers written by internationally-kwown scholars.
The essays investigate, according to different perspectives and in different ways, various aspects of the artes: their relations with other texts (Latin and vulgar), their fortune, their sources, the cultural contexts in which they were read and commented, and single authors’ reflections upon specific questions.
Publisher:Edizioni Ca' Foscari - Digital Publishing
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• Dantes’s eclogues ; Medieval rhetoric. Italy ; Medieval latin pastoral poetry ; Occitan art of poetry ; Petrarch ; Rhetoric ; List of authors ; Diffusion in Germany ; Politic discourse ; Laborintus ; Medieval latin commentaries ; Metaphor ; Bartolomeo da San Concordio ; Versus rapportati ; N’Ar de Mons. Poetic ; Medieval literary genres ; Jean de Sponde ; Allegory ; Godmothers and foster mothers ; Poetria nova ; Rota Vergilii ; Matthew of Vendome ; Geoffrey of Vinsauf ; Bernardus Silvestris ; Matthew of Vendôme ; Mothers. Poetics ; Medieval Latin ; Italian commentaries on the Poetria nova ; Humanism ; Grammar ; Pace da Ferrara ; Dante. Joglar ; Medieval poetry ; Arnaut Daniel ; Ramon de Cornet ; Forms of versification ; Guizzardo da Bologna ; Etienne Jodelle ; Defence of poetry ; Latin art of poetry ; Gervase of Melkley ; Medieval poetics ; Artes poetriae ; Raimbaut d’Aurenga
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