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著者: Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Dante Alighieri
出版: London, J.M. Dent & Sons; New York, E.P. Dutton & Co. [1912?]
シリーズ: Everyman's library., Poetry and drama.
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Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882.
Poems & translations.
London, J.M. Dent & Sons; New York, E.P. Dutton & Co. [1912?]
(OCoLC)756451644
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Dante Alighieri
OCLC No.: 2745472
注記: Title within ornamental border.
Introduction by Edmund G. Gardner.
物理形態: xxiv, 406 pages 17 cm.
コンテンツ: Poems. The blessed damozel ; Love's nocturn ; Troy town ; The burden of Nineveh ; Eden Bower ; Ave ; The staff and scrip ; A last confession ; Dante at Verona ; Jenny ; The portrait ; Sister Helen ; Stratton water ; The stream's secret ; The card-dealer ; My sister's sleep ; A new year's burden ; Even so ; An old song ended ; Aspecta Medusa ; Three translations from François Villon (The ballad of dead ladies ; To death, of his lady ; His mother's service to our lady) ; John of Tours ; My father's close ; One girl --
Sonnets and songs. Bridal birth ; Love's redemption ; Lovesight ; The kiss ; Nuptial sleep ; Supreme surrender ; Love's lovers ; Passion and worship ; The portrait ; The love-letter ; The birth-bond ; A day of love ; Love-sweetness ; Love's baubles ; Winged hours ; Life-in-love ; The love-moon ; The morrow's message ; Sleepless dreams ; Secret parting ; Parted love ; Broken music ; Death-in-love ; Willowwood ; Stillborn love ; Inclusiveness ; Known in vain ; The landmark ; A dark day ; The hill summit ; Barren spring ; The choice ; Hoarded joy ; Vain virtues ; Lost days ; Death's songsters ; "Retro me, Sathana!" ; Lost on both sides ; The sun's shame ; The vase of life ; A superscription ; He and I ; Newborn death ; The one hope ; Love-lily ; First love remembered ; Plighted promise ; Sudden light ; A little while ; The song of the bower ; Penumbra ; The woodspurge ; The honeysuckle ; A young fir-wood; The sea-limits --
Sonnets for pictures, and other sonnets. For "Our lady of the rocks" / by Leonardo da Vinci ; For A Venetian pastoral / by Giorgione ; For an allegorical dance of women / by Andrea Mantegna ; For Ruggiero and Angelica / by Ingres ; For "The wine of circe" / by Edward Burne-Jones ; Mayr's girlhood ; The passover in the Holy Family ; Mary Magdalene at the door of Simon the Pharisee ; Saint Luke the painter ; Lilith ; Sibylla Palmifera ; Venus ; Cassandra ; Pandora ; On refusal of aid between nations ; On the "Vita nuova" of Dante ; Dantis tenebrae ; Beauty and the bird ; A match with the moon ; Autumn idleness ; Farewell to the glen ; The monochord --
The early Italian poets. Poets chiefly before Dante. Lover and Lady / Ciullo d'Alcamo ; He dwells on his condition through love / Folcachiero de' Folcachieri ; He exhorts the state to vigilance / Lodovico della Vernaccia ; Our Lord Christ : of order / Saint Francis of Assisi ; Of his lady in bondage / Frederick II, Emperor ; On the fitness of seasons / Enzo, King of Sardinia ; Concerning Lucy / Guido Guinicelli ; Of the gentle heart / Guido Guinicelli ; He will praise his lady / Guido Guinicelli ; He perceives his rashness in love, but has no choice / Guido Guinicelli ; Of moderation and tolerance / Guido Guinicelli ; Of human presumption / Guido Guinicelli ; He is out of heart with his time / Guerzo Di Montecanti ; He rebukes the evil of that time / Inghilfredi Siciliano ; He is resolved to be joyful in love / Rinaldo d'Aquino ; A lady, in spring, repents of her coldness / Rinaldo d'Aquino ; Of his lady in Heaven / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady, and of her portrait / Jacopo da Lentino ; No jewel is worth his lady / Jacopo da Lentino ; He will neither boast nor lament to his lady / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady, and of his making her likeness / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady's face / Jacopo da Lentino ; At the end of his hope / Jacopo da Lentino ; He solicits his lady's pity / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; After six years' service he renounces his lady / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; Of self-seeing / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; Of his change through love / Pannuccio dal Bagno, Pisano ; Of his lady in absence / Giacomino Pugliese ; To his lady, in spring / Giacomino Pugliese ; Of his dead lady / Giacomino Pugliese ; To the Blessed Virgin Mary / Fra Guittone d'Arezzo ; He jests concerning his poverty / Bartolomeo di Sant' Angelo ; Lover and lady / Saladino da Pavia ; Of the true end of love, with a prayer to his lady / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; How he dreams of his lady / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; Of wisdom and foresight / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; Of continence in speech / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; He will be silent and watchful in his love / Meo Abbracciavacca, da Pistoia ; His life is by contraries / Meo Abbracciavacca, da Pistoia ; Of a Iady's love for him / Ubaldo di Marco ; He finds that love has beguiled him, but will trust in his lady / Simbuono Giudice ; Of work and wealth / Masolino da Todi ; Of the last judgment / Onesto di Boncima, Bolognese ; He wishes that he could meet his lady alone / Onesto di Boncima, Bolognese ; To Onesto di Boncima, in answer to the foregoing / Terino da Castel Fiorentino ; He declares all love to be grief / Maestro Migliore, da Fiorenza ; His creed of ideal love / Dello da Signa ; To the Guelf faction / Folgore da San Geminiano ; To the same / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of virtue / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of the months / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of the week / Folgore da San Geminiano ; To love and to his lady / Guido delle Colonne ; A bitter song to his lady / Pier Moronelli, di Fiorenza ; Of his love, with the figures of a stag, of water, and of an eagle / Ciuncio Fiorentino ; For a renewal of favours / Ruggieri di Amici, Siciliano ; Being absent from his lady, he fears death / Carnino Ghiberti, da Fiorenza ; Of his love, with the figure of a sudden storm / Prinzivalle Doria ; Of the making of Master Messerin / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of the Safety of Messer Fazio / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of Messer Ugolino / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of expediency / Pucciarello da Fiorenza ; Of his lady dancing / Albertuccio della Viola ; He is in awe of his lady / Tommaso Buzzuola, da Faenza ; He is enjoined to pure love / Noffo Bonaguida ; He solicits a lady's favours / Lippo Paschi de' Bardi ; A return to love / Ser Pace, Notaio da Fiorenza ; When the troops were returning from Milan / Niccolo degli Albizzi ; A virgin declares her beauties / Francesco da Barberino ; Of sloth against sin / Francesco da Barberino ; Of sins in speech / Francesco da Barberino ; Of importunities and troublesome persons / Francesco da Barberino ; Of caution / Francesco da Barberino ; His portrait of his lady, Angiola of Verona / Fazio degli Uberti ; Of England, and of its marvels : extract from the "Dittamondo" / Fazio degli Uberti ; Of the Dukes of Normandy, and thence of the Kings of England, from William I to Edward III : extract from the "Dittamondo" / Fazio degli Uberti ; His talk with certain peasant girls / Franco Sacchetti ; On a fine day / Franco Sacchetti ; On a wet day / Franco Sacchetti ; A lady laments for her lost lover, by similitude of a falcon ; One speaks of the beginning of his love ; One speaks of his false lady ; One speaks of his feigned and real love ; Of true and false singing. Dante and his circle. The new life (La Vita Nuova) / Dante Alighieri ; Sonnet (to Brunetto Latini sent with the Vita Nuova) / Dante Alighieri ; Of Beatrice de' Portinari, on All Saint's Day / Dante Alighieri ; To certain ladies when Beatrice was lamenting her father's death / Dante Alighieri ; To the same ladies, with their answer / Dante Alighieri ; He will gaze upon Beatrice / Dante Alighieri ; He beseeches death for the life of Beatrice / Dante Alighieri ; On the 9th of June 1290 / Dante Alighieri ; He rebukes Cino (da Pistoia) for fickleness / Dante Alighieri ; Written in exile / Dante Alighieri ; Of beauty and duty / Dante Alighieri ; Of the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni / Dante Alighieri ; To the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni / Dante Alighieri ; He imagines a pleasant voyage for Guido (Cavalcanti), Lapo Gianni, and himself, with their three ladies / Dante Alighieri ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Quirino), saying what he feels at the approach of death / Dante Alighieri ; He interprets Dante's dream, related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Guido Cavalcanti ; To his Lady Joan, of Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; He compares all things with his lady and finds them wanting / Guido Cavalcanti ; A rapture concerning his lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of his lady among other ladies / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of a consecrated image resembling his lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of the eyes of a certain Mandetta, of Thoulouse, which resemble those of his Lady Joan of Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; He reveals, in a dialogue, his increasing love for Mandetta / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Dante), speaking with shame of his changed love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He reports, in a feigned vision, the successful issue of Lapo Gianni's love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He mistrusts the love of Lapo Gianni / Guido Cavalcanti ; On the detection of a false friend / Guido Cavalcanti ; He speaks of a third love of his / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of a continual death in love / Guido Cavalcanti ; To a friend who does not pity his love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He perceives that his highest love is gone from him / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of his pain from a new love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers Bernardo (da Bologna), commending Pinella and saying that the love he can offer her is already shared by many noble ladies / Guido Cavalcanti ; In praise of Guido Orlandi's lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; He rebukes Dante for his way of life after the death of Beatrice / Guido Cavalcanti ; Concerning a Shepherd-maid / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of an ill-favoured lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; To a newly-enriched man, reminding him of the wants of the poor / Guido Cavalcanti ; After the Pope's (Boniface VIII) Interdict, when the great houses were leaving Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; In exile at Sarzana / Guido Cavalcanti ; A song of fortune / Guido Cavalcanti ; A song against poverty / Guido Cavalcanti ; He laments the presumption and incontinence of his youth / Guido Cavalcanti ; A dispute with death / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers Dante, confessing his unsteadfast heart / Cino da Pistoia ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Dante) and prays him, in the name of Beatrice, to continue his great poem / Cino da Pistoia ; He interprets Dante's dream related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Cino da Pistoia ; On the death of Beatrice Portinari / Cino da Pistoia ; He conceives of some compensation in death / Cino da Pistoia ; To his Lady Selvaggia Vergiolesi, likening his love to a search for gold / Cino da Pistoia ; To love, in great bitterness / Cino da Pistoia ; Death is not without but within him / Cino da Pistoia ; A trance of love / Cino da Pistoia ; Of the grave of Selvaggia, on the Monte della Sambuca / Cino da Pistoia ; His lament for Selvaggia / Cino da Pistoia ; He owes nothing to Guido (Cavalcanti) as a poet / Cino da Pistoia ; He impugns the verdicts of Dante's Commedia / Cino da Pistoia ; He condemns Dante for not naming, in the Commedia, his friend Onesto di Boncima and his Lady Selvaggia / Cino da Pistoia ; He interprets Dante Alighieri's dream, related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Dante da Maiano ; He craves interpreting of a dream of his / Dante da Maiano ; To his Lady Nina, of Sicily / Dante da Maiano ; He thanks his lady for the joy he has had from her / Dante da Maiano ; On the last sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He will not be too deeply in love / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of love in men and devils / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of love, in honour of his Mistress Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina, the shoemaker's daughter / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; To Messer Angiolieri, his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of the 20th June 1291 / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; In absence from Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina in a rage / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He rails against Dante, who had censured his homage to Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of his four tormentors / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Concerning his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of all he would do / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He is past all help / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of why he is unhanged / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of why he would be a scullion / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He argues his case with death / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina, and of her husband / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; On the death of his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He would slay all who hate their fathers / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He writes to Dante, then in exile at Verona, defying him as no better than himself / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; In answer to the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti) / Guido Orlandi ; He finds fault with the conceits of the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti) / Guido Orlandi ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti), declaring himself his lady's champion / Guido Orlandi ; He interprets the dream related in the foregoing sonnet (by Dante da Maiano) / Guido Orlandi ; Against the "white" Ghibellines / Guido Orlandi ; He writes to Guido (Cavalcanti), telling him of the love which a certain Pinella showed on seeing him / Bernardo da Bologna ; On the part of a lady of Pisa / Gianni Alfani ; He reproves Guido (Cavalcanti) for his arrogance in love / Dino Compagni ; What love shall provide for him / Lapo Gianni ; A message in charge for his Lady Lagia / Lapo Gianni ; Of what his lady is / Dino Frescobaldi ; Of the star of his love / Dino Frescobaldi ; On the doctrine of voluntary poverty / Giotto di Bondone ; In the last days of the Emperor Henry VII / Simone dall' Antella ; He commends the work of Dante's life, then drawing to its close, and deplores his own deficiencies / Giovanni Quirino --
Appendix to pt. II. To one who had censured his public exposition of Dante / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Inscription for a portrait of Dante / Giovanni Boccaccio ; To Dante in paradise, after Fiametta's death / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of Fiametta singing / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of his last sight of Fiametta / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of three girls and their talk / Giovanni Boccaccio.
シリーズタイトル: Everyman's library., Poetry and drama.
その他のタイトル: Vita nuova.
Early Italian poets.
責任者: by Dante Gabriel Rossetti; including Dante's "Vita nuova" & "The early Italian poets."

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For "Our lady of the rocks" / by Leonardo da Vinci ; For A Venetian pastoral / by Giorgione ; For an allegorical dance of women / by Andrea Mantegna ; For Ruggiero and Angelica / by Ingres ; For "The wine of circe" / by Edward Burne-Jones ; Mayr's girlhood ; The passover in the Holy Family ; Mary Magdalene at the door of Simon the Pharisee ; Saint Luke the painter ; Lilith ; Sibylla Palmifera ; Venus ; Cassandra ; Pandora ; On refusal of aid between nations ; On the "Vita nuova" of Dante ; Dantis tenebrae ; Beauty and the bird ; A match with the moon ; Autumn idleness ; Farewell to the glen ; The monochord -- The early Italian poets. Poets chiefly before Dante. Lover and Lady / Ciullo d'Alcamo ; He dwells on his condition through love / Folcachiero de' Folcachieri ; He exhorts the state to vigilance / Lodovico della Vernaccia ; Our Lord Christ : of order / Saint Francis of Assisi ; Of his lady in bondage / Frederick II, Emperor ; On the fitness of seasons / Enzo, King of Sardinia ; Concerning Lucy / Guido Guinicelli ; Of the gentle heart / Guido Guinicelli ; He will praise his lady / Guido Guinicelli ; He perceives his rashness in love, but has no choice / Guido Guinicelli ; Of moderation and tolerance / Guido Guinicelli ; Of human presumption / Guido Guinicelli ; He is out of heart with his time / Guerzo Di Montecanti ; He rebukes the evil of that time / Inghilfredi Siciliano ; He is resolved to be joyful in love / Rinaldo d'Aquino ; A lady, in spring, repents of her coldness / Rinaldo d'Aquino ; Of his lady in Heaven / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady, and of her portrait / Jacopo da Lentino ; No jewel is worth his lady / Jacopo da Lentino ; He will neither boast nor lament to his lady / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady, and of his making her likeness / Jacopo da Lentino ; Of his lady's face / Jacopo da Lentino ; At the end of his hope / Jacopo da Lentino ; He solicits his lady's pity / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; After six years' service he renounces his lady / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; Of self-seeing / Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina ; Of his change through love / Pannuccio dal Bagno, Pisano ; Of his lady in absence / Giacomino Pugliese ; To his lady, in spring / Giacomino Pugliese ; Of his dead lady / Giacomino Pugliese ; To the Blessed Virgin Mary / Fra Guittone d'Arezzo ; He jests concerning his poverty / Bartolomeo di Sant' Angelo ; Lover and lady / Saladino da Pavia ; Of the true end of love, with a prayer to his lady / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; How he dreams of his lady / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; Of wisdom and foresight / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; Of continence in speech / Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca ; He will be silent and watchful in his love / Meo Abbracciavacca, da Pistoia ; His life is by contraries / Meo Abbracciavacca, da Pistoia ; Of a Iady's love for him / Ubaldo di Marco ; He finds that love has beguiled him, but will trust in his lady / Simbuono Giudice ; Of work and wealth / Masolino da Todi ; Of the last judgment / Onesto di Boncima, Bolognese ; He wishes that he could meet his lady alone / Onesto di Boncima, Bolognese ; To Onesto di Boncima, in answer to the foregoing / Terino da Castel Fiorentino ; He declares all love to be grief / Maestro Migliore, da Fiorenza ; His creed of ideal love / Dello da Signa ; To the Guelf faction / Folgore da San Geminiano ; To the same / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of virtue / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of the months / Folgore da San Geminiano ; Of the week / Folgore da San Geminiano ; To love and to his lady / Guido delle Colonne ; A bitter song to his lady / Pier Moronelli, di Fiorenza ; Of his love, with the figures of a stag, of water, and of an eagle / Ciuncio Fiorentino ; For a renewal of favours / Ruggieri di Amici, Siciliano ; Being absent from his lady, he fears death / Carnino Ghiberti, da Fiorenza ; Of his love, with the figure of a sudden storm / Prinzivalle Doria ; Of the making of Master Messerin / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of the Safety of Messer Fazio / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of Messer Ugolino / Rustico Di Filippo ; Of expediency / Pucciarello da Fiorenza ; Of his lady dancing / Albertuccio della Viola ; He is in awe of his lady / Tommaso Buzzuola, da Faenza ; He is enjoined to pure love / Noffo Bonaguida ; He solicits a lady's favours / Lippo Paschi de' Bardi ; A return to love / Ser Pace, Notaio da Fiorenza ; When the troops were returning from Milan / Niccolo degli Albizzi ; A virgin declares her beauties / Francesco da Barberino ; Of sloth against sin / Francesco da Barberino ; Of sins in speech / Francesco da Barberino ; Of importunities and troublesome persons / Francesco da Barberino ; Of caution / Francesco da Barberino ; His portrait of his lady, Angiola of Verona / Fazio degli Uberti ; Of England, and of its marvels : extract from the "Dittamondo" / Fazio degli Uberti ; Of the Dukes of Normandy, and thence of the Kings of England, from William I to Edward III : extract from the "Dittamondo" / Fazio degli Uberti ; His talk with certain peasant girls / Franco Sacchetti ; On a fine day / Franco Sacchetti ; On a wet day / Franco Sacchetti ; A lady laments for her lost lover, by similitude of a falcon ; One speaks of the beginning of his love ; One speaks of his false lady ; One speaks of his feigned and real love ; Of true and false singing."@en
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The new life (La Vita Nuova) / Dante Alighieri ; Sonnet (to Brunetto Latini sent with the Vita Nuova) / Dante Alighieri ; Of Beatrice de' Portinari, on All Saint's Day / Dante Alighieri ; To certain ladies when Beatrice was lamenting her father's death / Dante Alighieri ; To the same ladies, with their answer / Dante Alighieri ; He will gaze upon Beatrice / Dante Alighieri ; He beseeches death for the life of Beatrice / Dante Alighieri ; On the 9th of June 1290 / Dante Alighieri ; He rebukes Cino (da Pistoia) for fickleness / Dante Alighieri ; Written in exile / Dante Alighieri ; Of beauty and duty / Dante Alighieri ; Of the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni / Dante Alighieri ; To the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni / Dante Alighieri ; He imagines a pleasant voyage for Guido (Cavalcanti), Lapo Gianni, and himself, with their three ladies / Dante Alighieri ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Quirino), saying what he feels at the approach of death / Dante Alighieri ; He interprets Dante's dream, related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Guido Cavalcanti ; To his Lady Joan, of Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; He compares all things with his lady and finds them wanting / Guido Cavalcanti ; A rapture concerning his lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of his lady among other ladies / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of a consecrated image resembling his lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of the eyes of a certain Mandetta, of Thoulouse, which resemble those of his Lady Joan of Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; He reveals, in a dialogue, his increasing love for Mandetta / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Dante), speaking with shame of his changed love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He reports, in a feigned vision, the successful issue of Lapo Gianni's love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He mistrusts the love of Lapo Gianni / Guido Cavalcanti ; On the detection of a false friend / Guido Cavalcanti ; He speaks of a third love of his / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of a continual death in love / Guido Cavalcanti ; To a friend who does not pity his love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He perceives that his highest love is gone from him / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of his pain from a new love / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers Bernardo (da Bologna), commending Pinella and saying that the love he can offer her is already shared by many noble ladies / Guido Cavalcanti ; In praise of Guido Orlandi's lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; He rebukes Dante for his way of life after the death of Beatrice / Guido Cavalcanti ; Concerning a Shepherd-maid / Guido Cavalcanti ; Of an ill-favoured lady / Guido Cavalcanti ; To a newly-enriched man, reminding him of the wants of the poor / Guido Cavalcanti ; After the Pope's (Boniface VIII) Interdict, when the great houses were leaving Florence / Guido Cavalcanti ; In exile at Sarzana / Guido Cavalcanti ; A song of fortune / Guido Cavalcanti ; A song against poverty / Guido Cavalcanti ; He laments the presumption and incontinence of his youth / Guido Cavalcanti ; A dispute with death / Guido Cavalcanti ; He answers Dante, confessing his unsteadfast heart / Cino da Pistoia ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Dante) and prays him, in the name of Beatrice, to continue his great poem / Cino da Pistoia ; He interprets Dante's dream related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Cino da Pistoia ; On the death of Beatrice Portinari / Cino da Pistoia ; He conceives of some compensation in death / Cino da Pistoia ; To his Lady Selvaggia Vergiolesi, likening his love to a search for gold / Cino da Pistoia ; To love, in great bitterness / Cino da Pistoia ; Death is not without but within him / Cino da Pistoia ; A trance of love / Cino da Pistoia ; Of the grave of Selvaggia, on the Monte della Sambuca / Cino da Pistoia ; His lament for Selvaggia / Cino da Pistoia ; He owes nothing to Guido (Cavalcanti) as a poet / Cino da Pistoia ; He impugns the verdicts of Dante's Commedia / Cino da Pistoia ; He condemns Dante for not naming, in the Commedia, his friend Onesto di Boncima and his Lady Selvaggia / Cino da Pistoia ; He interprets Dante Alighieri's dream, related in the first sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Dante da Maiano ; He craves interpreting of a dream of his / Dante da Maiano ; To his Lady Nina, of Sicily / Dante da Maiano ; He thanks his lady for the joy he has had from her / Dante da Maiano ; On the last sonnet of the Vita Nuova / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He will not be too deeply in love / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of love in men and devils / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of love, in honour of his Mistress Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina, the shoemaker's daughter / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; To Messer Angiolieri, his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of the 20th June 1291 / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; In absence from Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina in a rage / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He rails against Dante, who had censured his homage to Becchina / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of his four tormentors / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Concerning his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of all he would do / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He is past all help / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of why he is unhanged / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of why he would be a scullion / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He argues his case with death / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; Of Becchina, and of her husband / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; On the death of his father / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He would slay all who hate their fathers / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; He writes to Dante, then in exile at Verona, defying him as no better than himself / Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena ; In answer to the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti) / Guido Orlandi ; He finds fault with the conceits of the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti) / Guido Orlandi ; He answers the foregoing sonnet (by Cavalcanti), declaring himself his lady's champion / Guido Orlandi ; He interprets the dream related in the foregoing sonnet (by Dante da Maiano) / Guido Orlandi ; Against the "white" Ghibellines / Guido Orlandi ; He writes to Guido (Cavalcanti), telling him of the love which a certain Pinella showed on seeing him / Bernardo da Bologna ; On the part of a lady of Pisa / Gianni Alfani ; He reproves Guido (Cavalcanti) for his arrogance in love / Dino Compagni ; What love shall provide for him / Lapo Gianni ; A message in charge for his Lady Lagia / Lapo Gianni ; Of what his lady is / Dino Frescobaldi ; Of the star of his love / Dino Frescobaldi ; On the doctrine of voluntary poverty / Giotto di Bondone ; In the last days of the Emperor Henry VII / Simone dall' Antella ; He commends the work of Dante's life, then drawing to its close, and deplores his own deficiencies / Giovanni Quirino -- Appendix to pt. II. To one who had censured his public exposition of Dante / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Inscription for a portrait of Dante / Giovanni Boccaccio ; To Dante in paradise, after Fiametta's death / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of Fiametta singing / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of his last sight of Fiametta / Giovanni Boccaccio ; Of three girls and their talk / Giovanni Boccaccio."@en
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