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Dante and the origins of Italian literary culture

Author: Teodolinda Barolini
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Dante Alighieri; Dante Alighieri
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teodolinda Barolini
ISBN: 0823227030 9780823227037 0823227049 9780823227044
OCLC Number: 1062038816
Description: viii, 287 p. :.
Contents: 1. Dante and the lyric past --
2. Guittone's Ora parrá, Dante's Doglia mi reca, and the Commedia's anatomy of desire --
3. Dante and Cavalcanti (on making distinctions in matters of love) : Inferno 5 in its lyric and autobiographical context --
4. Medieval multiculturalism and Dante's theology of hell --
5. Why did Dante write the Commedia? Dante and the visionary tradition --
6. Minos's tail : the labor of devising hell (Aeneid 6.431-33 and Inferno 5.1-24) --
7. Q : Does Dante hope for Vergil's salvation? A : Why do we care? For the very reason we should not ask the question --
8. Arachne, Argus, and St. John : transgressive art in Dante and Ovid --
9. Cominciandomi dal principio infino a la fine : forging anti-narrative in the Vita nuova --
10. The making of a lyric sequence : time and narrative in Petrarch's Rerum vulgarium fragmenta --
11. The wheel of the Decameron --
12. Editing Dante's Rime and Italian cultural history : Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarca...Barbi, Contini, Foster-Boyde, De Robertis --
13. Le parole son femmine e i fatti son maschi : toward a sexual poetics of the Decameron (Decameron 2.9, 2.10, 5.10) --
14. Dante and Francesca da Rimini : realpolitik, romance, gender --
15. Sotto benda : gender in the lyrics of Dante and Guittone d' Arezzo (with a brief excursus on Cecco d'Ascoli) --
16. Notes toward a gendered history of Italian literature, with a discussion of Dante's Beatrix Loquax
Responsibility: Teodolinda Barolini.
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