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Thu Feb 12 22:03:16 2015 UTClccn-n860193680.10Tales of Firenzuola, Benedictine monk of Vallambrosa, sixteenth century /0.861.00A cena con messer abate Agnolo Firenzuola : un buon tessuto di cibi, piatti, sapori antichi, che hanno la trama delle opere letterarie del Firenzuola e l'ordito della tradizione toscana, il tutto sul filo della curiosità culturale /12380054Agnolo_Firenzuolan 860193681781059De Giovannini, Agnolo 1493-1545Fiorentino, Agnolo 1493-1543Fiorenzuola.Fiorenzuola Agnolo 1493-1543Fiorenzuola, AngeloFiorenzuola Angelo 1493-1543Firenzuola 1493-1543Firenzuola, AgnoloFirenzuola, Agnolo 1493-1543Firenzuola, Agnolo Giovanni 1493-1543Firenzuola, Angelo.Firenzuola Angelo 1493-1543Firenzuola, Angelus 1493-1543Firenzvola, Agnolo 1493-1543Giovannini , MichelangeloGiovannini, Michelangiolo Girolamo 1493-1543Girolamo, Michelangiolo 1493-1543Michelagnolo Girolamo da Firenzuola.Michelangelo Girolamo Giovannini da Firenzuola.Nannini, Agnolo 1493-1545 detto il FirenzuolaNannini, Agnolo, detto il Firenzuola, 1493-1545Nannini, Angelo 1493-1543フィレンツオーラ, アーニョロlccn-n81120269Seroni, Adrianoauiautedtlccn-n83064424Eisenbichler, Konradlccn-n91029986Murray, Jacquelinelccn-n80126286Apuleiusautlccn-n85269229Gardiner, Eileenlccn-n91024904Child, Theodore1846-1892lccn-n82232870Fatini, Giuseppeautedtlccn-n87809658Ragni, Eugenioauiedtviaf-241293802Maestri, Delmoedtlccn-n85344013Ferrari, Severino1856-1905edtFirenzuola, Agnolo1493-1543FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcAnecdotesFeminine beauty (Aesthetics)Manners and customsItalyBeauty, PersonalItalian literatureItalian fictionItalian languageItaly--FlorenceLoveWomen--Conduct of lifeWomenMythology, ClassicalMetamorphosisLatin fictionSausagesHistorical linguisticsCooking, ItalianEarly printed booksRaphael,Firenzuola, Agnolo,Castelfranco, Giorgio,Italy.--Ministero per i beni e le attività culturaliDonatello,Giaquinto, Corrado,Leonardo,--da Vinci,De Chirico, Giorgio,Coins, RomanSavinio, Alberto,149315431512152415451548154915501551155215551556156015611562156415651566156715771578157915931595159715981602160316041607160816151620162216271692170017211723172617291730176017631764176617711781178717921795180118021815181618191820182118221823182818291830183118331836183818411844184718481858186018631864186918711874187618791881188218841886188718891890189118921894189518961897190019031904190519071908191019131915191819211923192519261929193219341935193819431944194819511952195619571958196419661967196819691970197119741975197719781984198519861987199019911992199319942000200620072008200920102011201339193131030853.3PQ4622ocn026132960ocn015632934ocn006400532ocn003983502ocn000793007ocn008292975ocn003381992ocn008646422ocn004890160ocn008265386ocn014063984ocn644816457ocn023502287ocn023101417ocn055026711ocn312726510ocn700941788ocn043118480ocn009261799ocn797752778ocn438609759ocn799634649ocn443521340ocn45974005435659ocn006400532book17230.85Firenzuola, AgnoloOpere33710ocn026132960book18910.80Firenzuola, AgnoloOn the beauty of womenFictionFirst published in 1548, On the Beauty of Women purports to record two conversations shared by a young gentleman, Celso, and four ladies of the upper bourgeoisie in the vicinity of Florence. One afternoon Celso and the ladies consider universal beauty. On a subsequent evening, they attempt to fashion a composite picture of perfect beauty by combining the beautiful features of women they know. The standards of beauty established in the garden give way to the artistic, creative imagination of the human spirit, and the group's movement from garden to hall seems to echo the dialogue's movement from Nature to Art, from divinely to humanly created beauty.<br /><br />Konrad Eisenbichler and Jacqueline Murray have provided the first translation into English of Firenzuola's dialogue since the nineteenth century. In their introduction, they argue that Firenzuola's work presents a useful point of entry into the society and values of the mid-sixteenth century. In its discussion of beauty, the dialogue reveals the intersection of Neoplantonic philosophy and mathematically based artistic theory, both inherited from classical antiquity. Indeed, Firenzuola's treatise has been assessed as one of the most significant expositions of Renaissance aesthetics+-+395967763520516ocn015632934book15480.89Firenzuola, AgnoloOf the beauty of women, dialogue16142ocn003242985book18020.87Firenzuola, AgnoloLe novelle16040ocn008265386book18280.85Firenzuola, AgnoloProse scelte15728ocn008292975book19570.89Firenzuola, AgnoloOpere scelte13129ocn003381992book17630.94Firenzuola, AgnoloOpere di Messer Agnolo Firenzuola7527ocn002957678book15480.94Firenzuola, AgnoloProse7410ocn000793007book19700.87Firenzuola, AgnoloLa trinuzia6132ocn014063984book18190.80ApuleiusL'asino d'oroFiction6013ocn002041363book18890.85Firenzuola, AgnoloTales of FirenzuolaFiction497ocn019855263book18890.80Firenzuola, AgnoloTales of Firenzuola, Benedictine monk of Vallombrosa (XVIth century) For the first time translated into English445ocn002879187book17950.77Poggiali, GaetanoNovelle di alcuni autori fiorentini432ocn005632529book17290.93Trissino, Giovanni GiorgioTutte le opere di Giovan Giorgio Trissino ... non piu'raccolte422ocn004890160book18920.74Firenzuola, AgnoloOf the beavty of women; dialogve3912ocn009864652book15490.98Firenzuola, AgnoloI Lvcidi : comedia373ocn470753185book20080.94Dante AlighieriSur la langue italienneCriticism, interpretation, etcEn 1529, à Vérone, G. Trissino traduit en langue italienne le texte latin de Dante, le De vulgari eloquentia, plaidoyer en faveur de la légitimité de l'usage de la langue vulgaire italienne dans la littérature. Le débat sur la langue est alors la préoccupation des érudits et Firenzuola, dans un pamphlet cinglant, rédige un texte mettant à l'honneur un italien fondé sur le toscan.--[Memento]357ocn033981970book16200.94Firenzuola, AgnoloI discorsi degli animali349ocn002143072book19250.85Firenzuola, AgnoloLe più belle pagine di Agnolo Firenzuola346ocn007894772book18810.85Beccuti, FrancescoCommento del Grappa [pseud.] sopra la Canzone in lode della salsicciaAnecdotes2774ocn015252521book19290.85Firenzuola, AgnoloTales of FirenzuolaFiction1241ocn000808795book19710.87Firenzuola, AgnoloLe novelle605ocn016871131book19840.94Riviello, Tonia CaterinaAgnolo Firenzuola : the androgynous visionCriticism, interpretation, etc422ocn003794675book19570.96Seroni, AdrianoBibliografia essenziale delle opere del FirenzuolaBibliography304ocn697605098file19070.80Fatini, GiuseppeAgnolo Firenzuola e la borghesia letterata del RinascimentoCriticism, interpretation, etc224ocn697605102file19350.67Oliveri, MarioAgnolo FirenzuolaBibliography112ocn015601145book19510.94Vallone, AldoAvviamento alla Commedia Fiorentina del '50052ocn237205197book19320.95Fatini, GiuseppeAgnolo Firenzuola (1493-1543)21ocn849617430book20130.10Firenzuola, AgnoloTales of Firenzuola, Benedictine monk of Vallambrosa, sixteenth centuryFiction21ocn470777913book20071.00A cena con messer abate Agnolo Firenzuola : un buon tessuto di cibi, piatti, sapori antichi, che hanno la trama delle opere letterarie del Firenzuola e l'ordito della tradizione toscana, il tutto sul filo della curiosità culturaleHistory11ocn858337638book17630.85Firenzuola, AgnoloOpere11ocn869484750mix0.47Castelfranco, GiorgioCastelfranco, Giorgio. PapersPhotographsPamphletsRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists mainly of professional papers related to the activity of Giorgio Castelfranco both as an officer of the Italian Fine Arts Administration and as a scholar. A substantial part of the collection consists of notes and drafts for lectures and writings. 12 boxes of photographs document the wide range of Castelfranco's scholarly interests11ocn029138830book17631.00ApuleiusGiornata prima dell' Asino d'oro di Apulejo : traslatato da messer Agnolo Firenzuola di latino in lingua toscana+-+3959677635+-+3959677635Fri Feb 13 11:06:49 EST 2015batch33068