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The disperata : from Medieval Italy to Renaissance France

Author: Gabriella Scarlatta; Western Michigan University. Medieval Institute Publications.
Publisher: Kalamazoo : Medieval Institute Publications/Western Michigan University, [2017] ©2017
Series: Research in medieval and early modern culture, 17.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study explores how the themes of the disperata genre - including hopelessness, death, suicide, doomed love, collective trauma, and damnations - are creatively adopted by poets in Italy and France, to establish a tradition that at times merges with, and at times subverts, Petrarchism.
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Scarlatta, Gabriella, 1964-
Disperata, from Medieval Italy to Renaissance France.
Kalamazoo : Medieval Institute Publications/Western Michigan University, [2017]
(DLC) 2017034345
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gabriella Scarlatta; Western Michigan University. Medieval Institute Publications.
ISBN: 9781580442640 1580442641
OCLC Number: 958355973
Notes: "Medieval Institute Publications is a program of The Medieval Institute, College of Arts and Sciences."
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Description: xxviii, 307 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: The Italian disperata / origins and definitions --
The female-voiced disperata --
The disperata in the Quattrocento --
The disperata in the Cinquecento --
The disperata in France --
Disperata and døsespoir.
Series Title: Research in medieval and early modern culture, 17.
Responsibility: by Gabriella Scarlatta.

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This study explores how the themes of the disperata genre - including hopelessness, death, suicide, doomed love, collective trauma, and damnations - are creatively adopted by poets in Italy and France, to establish a tradition that at times merges with, and at times subverts, Petrarchism.

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