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Ariosto, the Orlando Furioso, and English culture

Author: J E Everson; Andrew Hiscock; Stefano Jossa
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Series: Proceedings of the British Academy, 221.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Orlando Furioso remains a masterpiece of Italian literature and stands as a key contribution to European Renaissance culture as a whole. This collection brings together cutting-edge research by  Read more...

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Named Person: Lodovico Ariosto; Roland, (Legendary character); Roland, (Legendary character)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J E Everson; Andrew Hiscock; Stefano Jossa
ISBN: 0197266509 9780197266502
OCLC Number: 1120903442
Description: 374 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm.
Contents: AcknowledgmentsList of IllustrationsNotes on Contributors1: Jane E. Everson, Andrew Hiscock, & Stefano Jossa: IntroductionPart I: Before Reading - The Image2: Lina Bolzoni: The Visualization of Orlando Furioso: From the Original Editions to Modern Video Art3: Luca degl'Innocenti: Reading the Poem 'in the Very Picture'. New Evidence on Harington's Original Sin4: Eleonora Stoppino: Ariosto's Seascapes: the British Isles and the Orlando FuriosoPart II: From the Elizabethans to the Enlightenment5: Andrew Hiscock: 'englishing th'Italian Ariost': Orlando Furioso among the Elizabethans. Adaptation and Audience6: Tobias Gregory: Milton and Ariosto7: Ita Mac Carthy: Fiordispina's English Afterlives: from Harington to Ali SmithPart III: Gothic and Romantic Ariosto8: Jane E.Everson: Ariosto in England in the Eighteenth Century: From Antipathy and Ambivalence to Enthusiasm9: Tim Carter: Lessons in Madness: Orlando Furioso on the 18th-Century Operatic Stage (with Special Reference to Handel)10: Susan Oliver: Walter Scott and Ariosto's Orlando Furioso11: Maureen McCue: Authorising Ariosto: The Construction of Ariosto in Early Nineteenth-Century British PeriodicalsPart IV: Text and Translation in the Modern Era12: Marco Dorigatti: Antonio Panizzi, Textual Editor of Ariosto13: Martin McLaughlin: The Furioso in Translation: 'Lascivious' Ariosto in Two Modern English Versions14: Nicola Gardini: Orlando Furioso, Writing and the Construction of Meaning15: Stefano Jossa: Entertainment and Irony: Orlando Furioso from Modern to PostmodernBibliography
Series Title: Proceedings of the British Academy, 221.
Responsibility: edited by Jane E. Everson, Andrew Hiscock, Stefano Jossa.

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...outstanding essays, well argued, precisely focused, and fully in control of their materials * Warren Chernaik, University of London, Modern Language Review *

 
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