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Cinque canti = Five cantos

Auteur: Lodovico Ariosto; Alexander Sheers; David Quint
Uitgever: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1996.
Serie: Biblioteca italiana.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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This new translation brings to English-speaking readers an intense and brooding work by the greatest poet of the Italian Renaissance, Ludovico Ariosto. Begun as a sequel to his epic masterpiece, Orlando Furioso (1516), the unfinished Cinque Canti are a powerful poem in their own right. Tragic in tone, they depict the disintegration of the chivalric world of Charlemagne and his knights and give poetic expression to a  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Romances
Genoemd persoon: Charlemagne, Emperor; Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor; Charlemagne, Emperor
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Lodovico Ariosto; Alexander Sheers; David Quint
ISBN: 0520200071 9780520200074 0520200098 9780520200098
OCLC-nummer: 31740653
Opmerkingen: Translation based on the Italian text prepared by Cesare Segre for his edition of Ariosto's Opere minore, 1954.
Sequel to: Orlando furioso.
Beschrijving: x, 349 p. ; 21 cm.
Inhoud: Principal Characters of the Cinque Canti --
The Plot So Far --
Text and Translation.
Serietitel: Biblioteca italiana.
Andere titels: Five cantos.
Cinque canti.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Ludovico Ariosto ; translated by Alexander Sheers and David Quint ; with an introduction by David Quint.
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This new translation brings to English-speaking readers an intense and brooding work by the greatest poet of the Italian Renaissance, Ludovico Ariosto. Begun as a sequel to his epic masterpiece, Orlando Furioso (1516), the unfinished Cinque Canti are a powerful poem in their own right. Tragic in tone, they depict the disintegration of the chivalric world of Charlemagne and his knights and give poetic expression to a sense of cultural, political, and religious crisis felt in Ariosto's Italy and in early sixteenth-century Europe generally. David Quint's introduction freshly examines the literary sources and models of the Cinque Canti and discusses the cultural contexts and historical occasions of the poem. Printed with facing Italian text, this volume allows the modern English reader to experience a work of Renaissance literature whose savage beauty still has the power to chill and fascinate.

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