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Fri Mar 21 17:15:03 2014 UTClccn-n500804110.12The birth of Venus [a novel] /0.440.90The verity of Christian faith74117553Girolamo_Savonarolan 50080411113988Da Ferrara, Girolamo, 1452-1498Da Ferrara, Hieronymo, 1452-1498Ferrara, Hieronymus de.Ferrara, Hieronymus de 1452-1498Ferrara, Hieronymus S. de 1452-1498Ferrara, Jerónimo deFerrara, Jerónimo de 1452-1498Ferraria, Hieronymus S. de 1452-1498Ferraria, Jeronimo 1452-1498Ferraria, Jeronimo de, 1452-1498Ferrariensis Hieronymus.Ferraryusz, Hieronim.Ferreryusz, Hieronim.Gieronimo da Ferrara, dominicainGieronimo da Ferrara dominicain 1452-1498Girolamo da FerraraGirolamo de Ferrara, dominicainGirolamo de Ferrara dominicain 1452-1498Girolamo SavonarolaGirolamo Savonarola 1452-1498Heronim z Ferrary.Heronymo da Ferrara, dominicainHeronymo da Ferrara dominicain 1452-1498Hieronimo da Ferrara, dominicainHieronimo da Ferrara dominicain 1452-1498HieronymoHieronymo da FerraraHieronymo, da Ferrara, 1452-1498.Hieronymo da Ferrara, O.P., 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1452-1498Savonarole, Hieronimus, 1452-1498Savonarole, HierosmeSavonarole Hierosme 1452-1498Savonarole, Ierosme, 1452-1498Savonarole, Jérôme.Savonarole, Jérôme, 1452-1498Savonarole, JerosmeSavonarole Jerosme 1452-1498Savonaruola, Hieronymus 1452-1498Savonorala, IeronymusSavonorala Ieronymus 1452-1498Савонарола, Джироламо, 1452-1498サヴォナローラ, ジローラモlccn-n79045512Eliot, George1819-1880lccn-n85142696Dunant, Sarahlccn-n79063273Dominicanslccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n78096105Machiavelli, Niccolò1469-1527lccn-n85269340Roeder, Ralph1890-1969lccn-n50052782Castiglione, Baldassarreconte1478-1529lccn-n79089193Aretino, Pietro1492-1556lccn-n50014004Villari, Pasquale1827-1917edtlccn-n84182735Martines, LauroSavonarola, Girolamo1452-1498HistoryChurch historyMusical settingsCommentariesMeditationsBiographySermonsArtSavonarola, Girolamo,Italy--FlorenceMarried womenPolitical scienceTeenage girlsWomen paintersPaintersArranged marriageRenaissanceItalyReformersCatholic 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GirolamoSavonarolan laude, motets, and anthemsMusical settings+-+01894204353386ocn031798694book19940.66Savonarola, GirolamoPrison meditations on Psalms 51 and 31Meditations+-+655271923520710ocn071494576file15340.73Savonarola, GirolamoAn exposition after the maner of a co[n]templacyon vpon ye .li. psalme, called Miserere mei DeusCommentaries2022ocn033811572rcrd19950.63Dallapiccola, LuigiIl prigioniero Canti di prigionia17316ocn071491662file15090.81Savonarola, GirolamoLibri fratis Hieronymi de Ferraria ordinis predicatoru[m] de simplicitate Christiane vite1677ocn023259882file15100.81Savonarola, GirolamoIntroductorium confessorum Fratris Hieronymi Sauonarole Ferrarie[n]is ordinis predicatorum16311ocn013241959book16510.88Savonarola, GirolamoThe felicity of a Christian life16010ocn071491660file15100.84Savonarola, GirolamoEruditoriu[m] co[n]fessorum fratris Hieronymi Sauonarole Ferrariensis ordinis predicatorum1594ocn071491397file15550.84Savonarola, GirolamoAn other meditatio[n] of the same Hieronimus Sauanorola vpon the lxxx Psalme of DauidCommentaries1537ocn012379476book16510.90Savonarola, GirolamoThe verity of Christian faith1346ocn034382680com16350.79Savonarola, GirolamoA goodly exposition vpon the xxx. psalme In te domine sperauiCommentaries13110ocn002300715book19540.86Savonarola, GirolamoPoesie1315ocn606544512book15370.79Savonarola, GirolamoAn exposycyon after the maner of a contemplacyon vpon the .li. Psalme called Miserere mei Deus whiche Hierom of Ferrarye made at the latter ende of hys dayesMeditations1274ocn018425159book16610.90Savonarola, GirolamoThe truth of the Christian faith, or, The triumph of the cross of ChristHistory12012ocn002298798book19590.81Savonarola, GirolamoDe simplicitate Christianae vitaeHistory1157ocn642410080file17650.73Savonarola, GirolamoDiscorso di Girolamo Savonarola circa il reggimento, e governo degli stati, e specialmente sopra il governo della città di Firenze, Composte ad istanza degl' Eccelsi Signori al tempe di Giuliano Salviati, Gonfaloniere di Giustizia si aggiunge un discorso del Savonarola quando fù spedito a Pisa ambasciatore a Carlo Viii. Rè di Francia per i Fiorentini ed un opuscolo inedito di Francesco Guicciardino celebre istorico sopra la riforma di firenze fatto a Papa Clemente dopo l'assedioHistory11114ocn002713157book19650.84Savonarola, GirolamoPrediche sopra Aggeo, con il Trattato circa il reggimento e governo della città di FirenzeSermons11112ocn002711177book19550.81Savonarola, GirolamoTriumphus crucis : testo latino e volgare1107ocn071494980file15380.70Savonarola, GirolamoAn exposicyon after the maner of a co[n]te[m]placyo[n] vpon the. lj. Psalme called Miserere mei De[us], whiche Hierom of Ferrarye made at the later ende of hys dayes·, ·10923ocn010276618book19820.84Savonarola, GirolamoScritti filosofici4915251ocn025747112book18630.39Eliot, GeorgeRomolaHistoryFictionPsychological fictionDomestic fictionHistorical fictionRamola always occupied a special place in George Eliot's own affections, Looking back at the end of her career she remarked 'I felt some wonder that anyone should think I had written anything better'. The copy text for the Clarendon edition is the serialization in the Cornhill Magazine (July 1862-August 1863), emended to incorporate authorial revisions in the first edition in book form (1863), the Illustrated edition (1865), and the setting copy and proofs of the Cabinet edition (1877-8). A number of manuscript readings are also restored, where it seems likely that the Cornhill compositor misread the handwriting. Changes and deletions in the manuscript are recorded in the apparatus, along with rejected variants from post-Cornhill printings. Drawings on George Eliot's unpublished journals and notebooks, the introduction gives a comprehensive account of the genesis, composition, and publishing history of the novel: her two visits to Florence; her prodigious preparatory research before she began writing; her negotiations with the publisher George Smith, who offered her the astonishing sum of 10,000 pounds for the book; her correspondence with Frederic Leighton, who illustrated the novel for the Cornhill; and the persistent ill-health and depression that afflicted her throughout the period of composition. Since its first appearance, Romola has perplexed many of George Eliot's admirers by the range and density of its historical references. Here, in a series of unusually extensive notes, the sources of these allusion are traced and their significance explained. The result is to re-establish the novel as one of the very greatest of her artistic accomplishments - in Henry James's words, 'on the whole the finest thing she wrote'+-+9529895965340713ocn052268659book20030.17Dunant, SarahThe birth of Venus : a novelHistoryFictionHistorical fictionLove storiesFrom its first arresting sentence, Sarah Dunant's magnificent novel embroils the reader in the coming-of-age story of Alessandra Cecchi, a fourteen-year-old girl with a strong will and a passion for painting. The Birth of Venus is a tour de force, the first historical novel from one of Britain's most innovative writers of literary suspense. Alessandra Cecchi is not quite fifteen when her father, a prosperous cloth merchant, brings a young painter back from northern Europe to decorate the chapel walls in the family's Florentine palazzo. A child of the Renaissance, with a precocious mind and a talent for drawing, Alessandra is intoxicated by the painter's abilities. But their burgeoning relationship is interrupted when Alessandra's parents arrange her marriage to a wealthy, much older man. Meanwhile, Florence is changing, increasingly subject to the growing suppression imposed by the fundamentalist monk Savonarola, who is seizing religious and political control. Alessandra and her native city are caught between the Medici state, with its love of luxury, learning, and dazzling art, and the hellfire preaching and increasing violence of Savonarola's reactionary followers. Played out against this turbulent backdrop, Alessandra's married life is a misery, except for the surprising freedom it allows her to pursue her powerful attraction to the young painter and his art. It brings alive the history of Florence at its most dramatic period, telling a compulsively absorbing story of love, art, religion, and power through the passionate voice of Alessandra, a heroine with the same vibrancy of spirit as her beloved city+-+2825155596199526ocn000313321book19330.35Roeder, RalphThe man of the renaissance : four lawgivers: Savonarola, Machiavelli, Castiglione, AretinoBiography15727ocn062281870book20060.28Martines, LauroFire in the city : Savonarola and the struggle for Renaissance FlorenceHistoryChurch historyBiography"A gripping and beautifully written narrative that reads like a novel, Fire in the City presents a compelling account of a key moment in the history of the Renaissance, illuminating the remarkable man who dominated the period, the charismatic Girolamo Savonarola. Lauro Martines, whose decades of scholarship have made him one of the most admired historians of Renaissance Italy, here provides a remarkably fresh perspective on Savonarola, the preacher and agitator who flamed like a comet through late fifteenth-century Florence. The Dominican friar has long been portrayed as a dour, puritanical demagogue who urged his followers to burn their worldly goods in "the bonfire of the vanities." But as Martines shows, this is a caricature of the truth--the version propagated by the wealthy and powerful who feared the political reforms he represented. Here, Savonarola emerges as a complex and subtle man, both a religious and a civic leader--who inspired an outpouring of political debate in a city newly freed from the tyranny of the Medici. In the end, the volatile passions he unleashed--and the powerful families he threatened--sent the friar to his own fiery death. But the fusion of morality and politics that he represented would leave a lasting mark on Renaissance Florence. For the many readers fascinated by histories of Renaissance Italy--such as Brunelleschi's Dome or Galileo's Daughter, and Martines's acclaimed April Blood--Fire in the City offers a vivid portrait of one of the most memorable characters from that dazzling era."--Publisher's website+-+2392260465145382ocn003492884book18760.63OliphantThe makers of Florence. Dante, Giotto, Savonarola, and their cityHistoryBiographyArt140773ocn000483824book18880.63Villari, PasqualeLife and times of Girolamo SavonarolaHistoryChurch historyBiography+-+409767569613243ocn044954782file19940.37Polizzotto, LorenzoThe elect nation the Savonarolan movement in Florence, 1494-1545The Elect Nation is the first comprehensive study of the religious, political and cultural movement inspired by Savonarola. Based on a thorough examination of the archival material and manuscript sources, the book argues that the followers of Savonarola exercised a profound influence on every facet of Florentine life during the important period of the city's transition from republic to principate. It is the author's contention that their ideology and activities provide the key to understanding not only the Florentine Republic, but also the nature of contemporary political debate and the characteristics of the emerging Medicean Principate+-+255157446512465ocn163575144file20050.50Savonarola, GirolamoSelected writings of Girolamo Savonarola religion and politics, 1490-1498HistoryChurch historyThis is a comprehensive collection of Savonarola's works and includes translations of his sermons and treatises on pastoral ministry, prophesy, politics and moral reform, as well as correspondence with Alexander VI that led to Savonarola's silencing and excommunication+-+81785655859584ocn000784919book19600.35Van Paassen, PierreA crown of fire; the life and times of Girolamo Savonarola9275ocn607091158file20080.50Edelheit, AmosFicino, Pico and Savonarola the evolution of humanist theology 1461/2-1498HistoryPresents a study of humanism, theology, and politics in Florence during the last decades of the fifteenth century. This book offers an account of Ficino's De Christiana religione and of Pico's Apologia, in the context of the evolution of a humanist theology. It also focuses on the relations between humanism, theology, and politics+-+K2111695549207ocn000784937book19590.47Ridolfi, RobertoThe life of Girolamo Savonarola8963ocn000125023book19700.53Weinstein, DonaldSavonarola and Florence; prophecy and patriotism in the RenaissanceHistory81719ocn054461641rcrd20030.12Dunant, SarahThe birth of Venus [a novel]HistoryFictionHistorical fictionLove storiesIn the declining years of the rule of the Medici over Renaissance Florence, an atmosphere of enlightenment and sophistication prevailed; gorgeous art, relaxed mores, and intellectual freedom were the order of the day. But the puritan ideologue Savonarola began to exert ever more control over the city, and was turning it, bit by bit, into a totalitarian theocratic city-state, burning art and banning books with abandon. It is in this atmosphere that Alessandra, an unusually educated woman, must make the choices of her life: a marriage of convenience to her brother's homosexual lover and a dangerous fascination with the intense, mystical painter who comes to decorate her parents' chapel. As the world becomes increasingly unsafe for her, she must choose her own path and retain her own individuality+-+98056848255912ocn002751817book19770.63Steinberg, Ronald MFra Girolamo Savonarola, Florentine art, and Renaissance historiography5422ocn015630615book19880.31Erlanger, RachelThe unarmed prophet : Savonarola in FlorenceChurch historyBiography5162ocn004641877book19790.66Bonaparte, FeliciaThe triptych and the cross : the central myths of George Eliot's poetic imagination5126ocn000878184book19570.37De la Bedoyere, MichaelThe meddlesome friar and the wayward Pope; the story of the conflict between Savonarola and Alexander VI4934ocn000497928book19290.50Misciattelli, PieroSavonarola4574ocn747385668book20110.47Weinstein, DonaldSavonarola : the rise and fall of a Renaissance prophetHistoryChurch historyBiographyGirolamo Savonarola, the fifteenth-century doom-saying friar, embraced the revolution of the Florentine republic and prophesied that it would become the center of a New Age of Christian renewal and world domination. This new biography, the culmination of many decades of study, presents an original interpretation of Savonarola's prophetic career and a highly nuanced assessment of his vision and motivations. --from publisher description+-+78466655854485ocn000002255book19240.59Gobineau, ArthurThe golden flowerHistory+-+0189420435+-+0189420435Fri Mar 21 15:14:02 EDT 2014batch131634