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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Marsh, David, author.
Experience of exile described by Italian writers
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|Contents:||Foreword by Fabrizio Ricciardelli; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Exiled Writers of Italy; Aims of the Present Study; Chapter 1: Antiquity; The Jews: Exile in the Old Testament; Exile in the Prophetic Books; Jeremiah and Lamentations; Ezechiel; The Greeks and Romans; Chapter 2: Cicero; Forms of Roman Exile; Cicero's Letters from Exile; Cicero's Return; Cicero's Posthumous Reputation; Chapter 3: Ovid; The Emperor's Wrath; Echoes of Ovid's Exile; Chapter 4: Seneca; Seneca's Posthumous Reputation; Chapter 5: Dante; Exile in Dante's Minor Works; Exile in the Comedy; Chapter 6: Leon Battista Alberti; On the Family; Momus; Chapter 7: Francesco Filelfo; The Strozzi Exiles; Filelfo's Exile; Filelfo and Classical Consolation; Chapter 8: Machiavelli; Exile in Machiavelli's Writings; Chapter 9: Ugo Foscolo; Foscolo the Exile; Foscolo's Posthumous Reputation; Chapter 10: Carlo Levi; Exile under Fascism; Levi and the Supernatural; Exile and Italian History; Epilogue; Bibliography; Index.|
"The multifaceted nature of exile and the polysemic values it assumes in Italian culture have enabled Marsh to paint for us a brightly-colored picture which poses new and intriguing questions for