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Authorizing Petrarch

by Kennedy, William J.

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History.,
  • Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374.,
  • Petrarchism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam J. Kennedy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ4535 .K46 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 301 p. ;
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1097036M
    ISBN 100801429749
    LC Control Number94021659

      Nevertheless, her book utilizes a huge range of reference to enlightening and creative effect. Her interpretations are especially strong in the last chapter when she discusses castles, including Philip II's own creation, the Escorial, which was not a residence so much as "a dynastic tomb, like the Egyptian pyramids" (). His publications include “Rhetorical Norms in Renaissance Literature,” “Authorizing Petrarch,” “The Site of Petrarchism: Early Modern National Sentiment in Italy, France, and England” and “Jacopo Sannazaro and the Uses of Pastoral,” which .

    Excellent scholarship on the glossed books has emerged in recent years. In addition to Irvine, cited above, see especially Mary Carruthers, The Book of Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), esp. pp. –69; Rita Copeland, Rhetoric, Hermeneutics and Translation in the Middle Ages (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ); Christopher de Hamel, Glossed Books Author: Laurel Amtower. Petrarch's guide to the Holy Land: Itinerary to the Sepulcher of Our Lord Jesus Christ = Itinerarium ad sepulchrum domini nostri Yehsu Christi: facsimile edition of Cremona, Biblioteca statale, Deposito libreria civica, manuscript BB by: Petrarca, Francesco, Published: ().

    The book makes an important contribution to studies of early modern religious and intellectual life. Perhaps even more significant will be the model it sets for religious studies scholars in reconceiving scholarship as practice and for historians of the public sphere in recognizing the crucial role religion has played and continues to play Cited by: 5. Get this from a library! Boccaccio and the invention of Italian literature: Dante, Petrarch, Cavalcanti, and the authority of the vernacular. [Martin Eisner] -- Examines Boccaccio's pivotal role in legitimizing the vernacular literature of Dante, Petrarch and Cavalcanti through argument, narrative and transcription.


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Authorizing Petrarch 1st Edition by William Kennedy (Author) ISBN Author: William Kennedy. Authorizing Petrarch explores with considerable finesse how the Rime sparse plays a dual role in its relation to early modern European culture, actively shaping the fabric of that culture and, at the same time, being shaped by it.

Authorizing Petrarch (Book): Kennedy, William J.: Kennedy chronicles the process Authorizing Petrarch book Petrarch's canonization from the interpretive commentaries found in rare fifteenth- and sixteenth-century editions of Rime sparse through the imitative poetry of early modern writers in.

Authorizing Petrarch Author: unknown Kennedy chronicles the process of Petrarchs canonization from the interpretive commentaries found in rare fifteenth- and sixteenth-century editions of Rime sparse through the imitative poetry of early modern writers in Italy, France, and England.

Petrarchan Authorities and the Authorization of Petrarch -- 2. Authorizing Commentaries. Authorizing Literacy and a Readership. Authorizing Monarchism: Antonio da Tempo, Francesco Filelfo, and Hieronimo Squarzafico. Authorizing Narrative: Alessandro Vellutello.

Authorizing Rhetoric: Sylvano da Venafro, Giovanni Andrea Gesualdo, and Bernardino. Canzoniere (Song Book) was inspired by the Lady whom Petrarch names Laura, chronicling his first encounter with her at the age of Intoxicated by Laura, Petrarch wrote of her rare beauty just like the Persian poet and astronomer Omar Khayyám (–) wrote of wine.

Book description. Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca, –74), best known for his influential collection of Italian lyric poetry dedicated to his beloved Laura, was also a remarkable classical scholar, a deeply religious Authorizing Petrarch book and a philosopher of secular ethics.

De viris illustribus (English: On Illustrious Men) is an unfinished collection of biographies, written in Latin, by the 14th century Italian author Francesco biographies are a set of Lives similar in idea to Plutarch's Parallel works were unfinished. However he was famous enough for these and other works to receive two invitations to be crowned poet laureate.

Petrarch's sonnets were admired and imitated throughout Europe during the Renaissance and became a model for lyrical poetry. He is also known for being the first to develop the concept of the " Dark Ages.".Born: Francesco Petracco, JArezzo.

Petrarch wrote and revised his sonnets during the years between and CANZONIERE (Song Book) was inspired by the Lady whom Petrarch names Laura, chronicling his first encounter with her at the age of Any scholar interested in Petrarchism will feel excitement at the prospect of reading a new work by William J.

Kennedy, the author of such stimulating pieces of criticism as Authorizing Petrarch () and The Site of Petrarchism: Early Modern National Sentiment in Italy, France, and England ().Author: Rémi Vuillemin. Written by one of the greatest poets of all time, My Secret Book, now in its first English translation, is a profound and deeply personal account of inner suffering and mental anguish.

Deeply troubled by his struggleand failureto achieve spiritual perfection, Petrarch, considered the forefather of Italian humanism, sought catharsis in the writing of a secret book/5. Petrarch wrote and revised his sonnets during the years between and Canzoniere (Song Book) was inspired by the Lady whom Petrarch names Laura, chronicling his first encounter with her at the age of Intoxicated by Laura, Petrarch wrote of her rare beauty just like the Persian poet and astronomer Omar Khayyám (–) wrote.

: Totems for Defence and Illustration of Taboo: Sites of Petrarchism in Renaissance Europe: Bernardo Lecture Series, No. 8 (The Bernardo Lecture Series) (): William J. Kennedy: Books. The colophon [ill. 5] says that the book was printed in Venice in the house of Aldo Romano in Julywith a text based on authenticated 14 th century manuscripts left by Petrarch himself (dallo scritto di mano medesima del Poeta), and edited by Pietro Bembo who “held them” at some point (havuto da messer Piero Bembo, nobile Veneziano, et dallui, dove bisogno, e stato riveduto et.

Title: Petrarch: The Canzoniere Author: Mark Musa (Translator) More Info Order Online: Title: Selections from the Canzoniere and Other Works Author: Mark Musa (Editor) More Info Order Online: Title: My Secret Book Author: Francesco Petrarch More Info Order Online; Title: Longing for Laura Author: A.

Juster (Translator) More Info Order Online. Boccaccio and the Invention of Italian Literature: Dante, Petrarch, Cavalcanti, and the Authority of the Vernacular (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature Book 87) eBook: Eisner, Martin: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Martin Eisner. Petrarchism is a convention that originates in the vision of a male writer absorbed by his obsessive desire for a woman, who becomes the silent, passive, and ethereal object of his celebration.

Implicitly, this tradition has institutionalized the banishment of women from. Author Bio William J. Kennedy is a professor of comparative literature at Cornell University. He is the author of Rhetorical Norms in Renaissance Literature, Jacop Sannazaro and the Uses of Pastoral, and Authorizing Petrarch.

The Italian scholar and poet Francesco Petrarch () is best remembered today for vibrant and impassioned love poetry that helped to establish Italian as a literary language.

Petrarch inspired later Renaissance writers, who produced an extraordinary body of work regarded today as perhaps the high-water mark of poetic productivity in the European West. [] and Petrarch is being crucified by those who write glosses of his poems.

- Pietro Aretino, Cortigiana, Petrarch, Italy's cherished love poet, did not know Plato's Symposium or Phaedo. However, drawing inspiration from Book Ten of Augustine's Confessions, Petrarch's character Augustinus in the Secretum cites Plato on the care of souls. William J. Kennedy is Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities in the Department of Comparative Literature at Cornell University.

He is the author of several books, including The Site of Petrarchism: Early Modern National Sentiment in Italy, France, and England and Authorizing : William J. Kennedy.William J. Kennedy has 23 books on Goodreads with ratings. William J. Kennedy’s most popular book is The Proud Highway: Saga of a Desperate Southern.