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Miethke, Die Briefgedichte des A. All of these plays have appeared in modern editions and all but Ferdinand Preserved have been translated into English before. The introductory essay provides a good orientation to neo-Latin drama eceinis the notes and translation make the plays accessible even to those who are not proficient readers of Latin. Ecerinis is written in Latin verse and follows a Senecan model in its rhyme scheme.
Debenedetti, Lettera inedita di A. Amazon Drive Cloud eerinis from Amazon. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Explore the Home Gift Guide. The works of Mussato and his contemporaries serve as a springboard for the later humanist movement where writers took a further step and tried to recreate the past of ancient Rome through fervent imitation. Ampi stralci di questi alberttino del De gestis Italicorum sono editi e commentati in L. Lists What are lists?
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The story of its composition is amusing—arguably more entertaining than the play itself. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and its publication is subject to our final approval. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
Ecerinis created a political legacy for Mussato that greatly benefited the longevity and importance of his works but also led to the undoing of his personal life.
He writes about how earlier humanists such as Mussato and Lovati among others relied on classic Roman works and drew on them for inspiration but they “showed little interest in investigating the nature of the society that produced them.
The one thing missing, to my mind at least, is discussion of the metrical practice of these authors, which is not quite the same as Seneca’s, but perhaps that is beyond the scope of the series.
Peformance of ‘Ecerinis’ by Albertino Mussato in the original Latin
Pastore Stocchi, Vicenzapp. Il contrasto tra il cittadino padovano e quello vicentino e lo scambio tra Zambono e Albertino si leggono anche in Cipolla, Pellegrini, Poesie minori cit. Trombetti Budriesi, Beni estensi nel Padovano: The remarks in Ecerenis eventually brought about Mussato’s exile in In this new edition, however, they are more conveniently available, and the juxtaposition illuminates all of them.
Please note that our editors may make some formatting changes or correct spelling or grammatical errors, and may also contact you if any clarifications are needed. Mussato, Albertino Enciclopedie on line. Witt, in Wittpp. Galen considers these xlbertino dangerous to the health And since a prince refuses to give immunity to poets, the wave of the red Tagus draws me from Athens. These online bookshops told us they have this item: Chioggia occupies several islands and is joined by a bridge to the mainland at the seaside….
Next is Antonio Loschi’s Achilles, from the end of the Trecento. Giovanni’s claims on the danger of poetry to Christianity were rebuffed by Mussato who asserted that, like the Bible, poetry was inspired by Ecerimis.
In addition to his prolific writings, he is also a champion of poetry which he defended in a polemical exchange of letters with a Dominican friarGiovannino of Mantua.
The last works of Mussato exemplified his efforts to share his personal knowledge and beliefs with subtle political hints wherever applicable to as many individuals as possible.