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Love enamored and driven mad

Author: Lucrezia Marinella; Janet Gomez; Maria Galli Stampino
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Iter Press ; Tempe, Arizona : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2020. ©2020
Series: Other voice in early modern Europe., Toronto series ;, 72.; Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series), v. 567.
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"English translation of a lengthy poem by Italian author Lucrezia Marinella, composed in 1598, elaborating the classical motif of the enamored Cupid with religious allegorization and pro-woman themes"--
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Lucrezia marinella: love enamored and driven mad
Tempe : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2019.
(DLC) 2019028720
Named Person: Lucrezia Marinella
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lucrezia Marinella; Janet Gomez; Maria Galli Stampino
ISBN: 9780866986250 0866986251
OCLC Number: 1110657065
Language Note: Translated into English from Italian.
Description: xviii, 209 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments xviiIntroduction 1The Other Voice 1Marinella's Life and Works 2Works, 1595-1605 4Works, 1617-1648 7Historical Context 9Ovid: Metamorphoseon libri (Metamorphoses) 10Prudentius: Psychomachia (Battle of the Soul) 11Dante: Divina commedia (Divine Comedy) 13Boccaccio: Genealogia deorum gentilium (Genealogy of the Pagan Gods) 14Tasso: Gerusalemme liberata (Jerusalem Delivered) 15Summary and Analysis 18Apuleius: The Source Text 21Marinella's Amore innamorato et impazzato (Love Enamored andDriven Mad) 27Petrarchan Beauty in a New Context 37Marinella's Poetics 41Marinella as an Observer of Her World and Society 44Afterlife 45Note on the Translation 47Love Enamored and Driven Mad 49Preliminary Texts 50Dedicatory Letter 50Allegory of the Poem 51Permission 56To the Reader 57Canto 1 59Canto 2 75Canto 3 89Canto 4 101Canto 5 115Canto 6 129Canto 7 139Canto 8 153Canto 9 167Canto 10 181Bibliography 199Index 205
Series Title: Other voice in early modern Europe., Toronto series ;, 72.; Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series), v. 567.
Other Titles: Amore innamorato et impazzato.
Responsibility: Lucrezia Marinella ; edited and translated by Janet E. Gomez and Maria Galli Stampino.

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"English translation of a lengthy poem by Italian author Lucrezia Marinella, composed in 1598, elaborating the classical motif of the enamored Cupid with religious allegorization and pro-woman themes"--

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