3 edition of French studies of Mario Equicola (1470-1525) found in the catalog.
French studies of Mario Equicola (1470-1525)
Camillo Pascal Merlino
|Statement||by Camillo P. Merlino.|
|Series||University of California publications in modern philology., v. 14, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||PB13 .C3 vol. 14, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 22 p.|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||a 29000225|
Critics may disagree in some measure on the motivation and the ultimate meaning of the confusion of sexual identity in L'Astree, but there is a remarkable accord on the evidence itself: the blurring of gender lines, the (generically conventional) lack of visual acuity in seeing through disguises, the impediments to courtship and love relationships, a narrator's overt . Every Woman's Book: or, What is Love? (London: R. Carlile, ), by Richard Carlile (page images at LSE) Falling in Love and Loving, by Francesco Alberoni (PDF at ) The Great Word (New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, ), by Hamilton Wright Mabie (searchable page images at Google; US access only).
In particular, he Mario Equicola, Agostino Nifo, Brunoro Armando Maggi, Professor of Italian Literature at the University of Chicago gave a lecture as part of the French and Italian Department. “Mario Equicola et la France”, in Chemins de la connaissance. Mélanges de langue, d’histoire et de littérature francaises offerts à Enea Balmas, ed. A.-M. Raugei, Pisa , pp.
Professor Moulton is an active member of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, chairing the editorial board for the book series "Late Medieval and Early Modern Studies." Moulton is fluent in French and Italian, as well as . They are first recorded there by the local historian, Mario Equicola, who states in his Commentarii Mantuani of that a special room was constructed to house them. 5 However, this cannot have been their intended home from the outset, since the palace was not built until around 6 Intriguingly, there is also fairly incontrovertible.
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French studies of Mario Equicola (). Berkeley, Calif., University of California press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Mario Equicola; Mario Equicola; Mario Equicola: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Camillo Pascal Merlino.
XII, who loaned him books from his library. Equicola also wrote a book in praise of France, Apologia pro Gallia, which was translated into French by Rote and published in Paris in His most famous work, Libro de natura de amnore, was translated into French by G.
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Politics of Memory in Post Communist Europe Author: Corina Dobos The French Studies of Mario Equicola Author: Camillo P. Merlino Publisher: Language. ACURIOUS use of the word Romant by Mario Equicola, a sixteenth century writer in Italy, in his ponderous Libro de Natura de Amore ("Stampato in Venetia per Lorenzo Lorio da Portes: Adi.
Zugno. ")has caused some perplexity to two recent students of Renais-sance Italy, neither of whom has been able to offer any valid explanation.
Book Description. Titian, Colonna and the Renaissance Science of Procreation demonstrates that two major monuments of Italian Renaissance culture - Bellini's and Titian's famous series of mytho-poetical paintings for the camerino of Duke Alfonso d'Este of Ferrara, and Francesco Colonna's Hypnerotomachia Poliphili - were conceived as mnemonic or pedagogical devices.
Abstract. Mario Equicola’s encyclopedic treatise De Natura d’amore [On the Nature of Love] may be an “arid tract,” but that did not stop it from being published in multiple editions in Italian and French for over a hundred years.
The frequent reprinting of Equicola’s Natura d’amore is intriguing because it is a particularly dense and opaque scholarly text, which would seem to Author: Ian Frederick Moulton.
French Studies: A Quarterly Review. L'Astrée, deuxième partie de Honoré d'Urfé (review) deuxième partie de Honoré d'Urfé. often characterized as simply a reformulation of Ficino, is shown to owe much to Leone Ebreo, Mario Equicola, Pietro Bembo, Author: Mark Bannister.
The extraordinary cultural Renaissance in the northern Italian courts of the late 15th and early 16th centuries is the subject of this volume. It starts with Baldessar Castiglione's Book of the Courtier () which encapsulates this sense of renewal:.
He received his Ph.D. in Italian Renaissance literature from the University of London. Kolsky was awarded a fellowship to Villa I Tatti, Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies for the academic year He has published widely in the field of Renaissance studies, including a monograph on Mario : Hardcover.
Baldassare Castiglione’s Book of the Courtier was quite possibly the single most popular secular book in sixteenth century Europe, published in dozens of Author: Ian Frederick Moulton. Spanish dynasty of rulers, patrons and collectors, active in Italy.
The county of Aragon was established as a kingdom in under Ramiro I (reg –63), son of Sancho III the Great, King of Navarre (reg –35).In the 13th century James I the Conqueror, King of Aragon (reg –76), extended the kingdom by taking control of Valencia and the Balearic islands.
Abstract. Baldassare Castiglione’s Book of the Courtier was quite possibly the single most popular secular book in sixteenth century Europe, published in dozens of editions in all major European Courtier is a complex text that has many reasons for its vast popularity.
Over the years it has been read as a guide to courtly conduct, a meditation on the nature of Author: Ian Frederick Moulton. Biography. The Abravanel (or Abrabanel) family was extraordinarily prominent among Jewish families in the Middle Ages, active in public service in the court of (or Leon, as he is known in Spanish) was the son of Isaac ben Judah Abravanel, (meaning Isaac “son of Judah” Abravenel) who, according to Soria was “the last great commentator of the Bible of Medieval.
Renaissance Humanism: The Feminine Voice. The Renaissance Humanism, albeit a movement headed by males who agreed with the misogynist insights in ancient texts opened the door to the review of the misogynist tradition making it possible for the female humanists like Isotta Nogarola, Cassandra Fedele, Laura Cereta, and Olimpia Morata et al to write about the “woman.
The Ghost of Boccaccio originated with Stephen Kolsky's studies of Mario Equicola under the guidance of Conor Fahy, and follows in the wake of his Author: Jo Ann Cavallo. Astrophysicist and author Mario Livio investigates perhaps the most human of all our characteristics—curiosity—as he explores our innate desire to know why.
Experiments demonstrate that people are more distracted when they overhear a phone conversation—where they can know only one side of the dialogue—than when they overhear two people talking and Cited by: 4. HYBRIDISM IN RENAISSANCE LOVE PHILOSOPHY FROM MARIO EQUICOLA TO CERVANTES: The French & Italian Department Lecture Series.
Date & Time: Friday, the Buffett Institute for Global Studies, and the French Embassy in the United States. (), which is part of his book project on the relations between theater, rituals, Freemasonry, and. Corbaccio. and Boccaccio’s Standing. in Early Modern Europe.
n the early modern period, Boccaccio was widely acknowledged to be the greatest Italian vernacular prose writer, and yet his position as a ca - nonical author, worthy of being read and studied by all, was in. Lucrezia Marinella developed an interpretation of Aristotle's claims concerning sexual difference and body temperature, and also elaborated a set of criticisms of those reconstructed and revised his account of the physiology of the sexes, then used that account to demonstrate that women are morally and politically superior to men.
Exam Board: AQA Level: AS/A-level Subject: French First Teaching: September First Exam: June Our Student Book has been approved by AQA. Support the transition from GCSE and through the new A-level specification with a single textbook that has clear progression through four defined stages of learning suitable for a range of : Ebook.
(59) The relevant text is Mario Equicola's treatise on love, Libro de natura de amore, which was first published in Equicola served as a humanist advisor and diplomat for Isabella d'Este at the court of Mantua, where Primaticcio himself worked early in his career.Geography, enlightenment and the book: authorship and audience in Mungo Park's African texts / Charles W.J.
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The best known of the sisters, she was trained, with Elena, by Campi and Gatti. Most of Vasari’s account of his visit to the Anguissola family is devoted to Sofonisba, about whom he wrote: ‘Anguissola has shown greater application and better grace than any other woman of our age in her endeavours at drawing; she has thus .