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The Resource Dante's lyric poetry : poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292), Dante Alighieri ; edited, with a general introduction and introductory essays by Teodolinda Barolini ; with new verse translations by Richard Lansing ; commentary translated into English by Andrew Frisardi

Dante's lyric poetry : poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292), Dante Alighieri ; edited, with a general introduction and introductory essays by Teodolinda Barolini ; with new verse translations by Richard Lansing ; commentary translated into English by Andrew Frisardi

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Dante's lyric poetry : poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292)
Title
Dante's lyric poetry
Title remainder
poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292)
Statement of responsibility
Dante Alighieri ; edited, with a general introduction and introductory essays by Teodolinda Barolini ; with new verse translations by Richard Lansing ; commentary translated into English by Andrew Frisardi
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Contributor
Author
Editor
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Subject
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Language
  • ita
  • eng
  • ita
  • eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
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1265-1321
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Dante Alighieri
Dewey number
851/.1
Index
index present
Language note
Original text in Italian with English translation on facing page
LC call number
PQ4315.5
LC item number
.L35 2014eb
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • 1951-
  • 1265-1321
  • 1265-1321
  • 1265-1321
  • 1265-1321
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  • Barolini, Teodolinda
  • Lansing, Richard H.
  • Frisardi, Andrew
  • Dante Alighieri
  • Dante Alighieri
  • Dante Alighieri
  • Dante Alighieri
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Lorenzo da Ponte Italian library
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  • Dante Alighieri
  • Dante Alighieri
  • FICTION
  • HISTORY
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The first comprehensive English translation and commentary on Dante's early verse to be published in almost fifty years, Dante's Lyric Poetry includes all the poems written by the young Dante Aligheri between c. 1283 and c. 1292. Essays by Teodolinda Barolini guide the reader through the new verse translations by Richard Lansing, illuminating Dante's transformation from a young courtly poet into the writer of the vast and visionary Commedia. Barolini's commentary exposes Dante's lyric poems as early articulations of many of the ideas in the Commedia, including the philosophy and psychology of desire and its role as motor of all human activity, the quest for vision and transcendence, the frustrating search for justice on earth, and the transgression of boundaries in society and poetry. A wide-ranging and intelligent examination of one of the most important poets in the Western tradition, this book will be of interest to scholars and poetry-lovers alike
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Dante's lyric poetry : poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292), Dante Alighieri ; edited, with a general introduction and introductory essays by Teodolinda Barolini ; with new verse translations by Richard Lansing ; commentary translated into English by Andrew Frisardi
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Danteâ€?s Lyric Poetry: From Editorial History to Hermeneutic Future""; ""Editions Cited in the Introductory Essays and Notes""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Note on Italian Versification""; ""RIME""; ""Tenzone between Dante Alighieri and Dante da Maiano""; ""1a: Provedi, saggio, ad esta visÃōne""; ""1 Savete giudicar vostra ragione""; ""The Tenzone del duol dâ€?amore""; ""2a: Per pruova di saper com vale o quanto""; ""2 Qual che voi siate, amico, vostro manto""; ""3a: Lo vostro fermo dir fino ed orrato""; ""3 Non canoscendo, amico, vostro nomo""
  • ""3b: Lasso, lo dol che piÃ1 mi dole e serra""""Tenzone between Dante Alighieri and Dante da Maiano""; ""4a: Amor mi fa sÃƠ fedelmente amare""; ""4 Savere e cortesia, ingegno ed arte""; ""5 A ciascunâ€?alma presa e gentil core: VN III (1)""; ""6 Se Lippo amico sÃ? tu che mi leggi""; ""7 Lo meo servente core""; ""8 O voi che per la via dâ€?Amor passate (First Redaction): VN VII (2)""; ""9 Piangete, amanti, poi che piange Amore: VN VIII (3)""; ""10 Morte villana, di pietà nemica: VN VIII (3)""; ""11 La dispietata mente che pur mira""; ""12 Madonna, quel signor che voi portate""
  • ""13 Deh ragioniamo insieme un poco, Amore""""14 Sonetto, se Meuccio tâ€?Ã? mostrato""; ""15 Com piÃ1 vi fere Amor coâ€? suoâ€? vincastri""; ""16 No me poriano zamai far emenda [Non mi poriano già mai fare ammenda] (Two Redactions)""; ""17 Sonar bracchetti e cacciatori aizzare""; ""18 Volgete gli occhi a veder chi mi tira""; ""19 Guido, iâ€? vorrei che tu e Lapo ed io""; ""20 Amore e monna Lagia e Guido ed io""; ""21 Per una ghirlandetta""; ""22 Deh, VÃōletta, che â€?n ombra dâ€?Amore""; ""23 Cavalcando lâ€?altrâ€?ier per un cammino: VN IX (4)""
  • ""24 Ballata, iâ€? voi che tu ritrovi Amore: VN XII (5)""""25 Tutti li miei penser parlan dâ€?Amore: VN XIII (6)""; ""26 Con lâ€?altre donne mia vista gabbate (First Redaction): VN XIV (7)""; ""27 CiÃ2 che mâ€?incontra, nella mente more (First Redaction): VN XV (8)""; ""28 Spesse fiate vegnonmi a la mente: VN XVI (9)""; ""29 Degli occhi della mia donna si move""; ""30 Ne le man vostre, gentil donna mia""; ""31 Lo doloroso amor che mi conduce""; ""32 Eâ€? mâ€?incresce di me sì duramente""; ""33 Donne châ€?avete intelletto dâ€?amore: VN XIX (10)""
  • ""34 Amore e â€?l cor gentil sono una cosa: VN XX (11)""""35 Negli occhi porta la mia donna Amore (First Redaction): VN XXI (12)""; ""36 Voi che portate la sembianza umile: VN XXII (13)""; ""37 Seâ€? tu colui câ€? hai trattato sovente: VN XXII (13)""; ""38 Onde venite voi così pensose?""; ""39 Voi donne, che pietoso atto mostrate""; ""40 Donna pietosa e di novella etate: VN XXIII (14)""; ""41 Un dì si venne a me Malinconia""; ""42 Io mi sentiâ€? svegliar dentro a lo core: VN XXIV (15)""; ""43 Tanto gentile e tanto onesta pare (First Redaction): VN XXVI (17)""
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Dante's lyric poetry : poems of youth and the Vita Nuova (1283-1292), Dante Alighieri ; edited, with a general introduction and introductory essays by Teodolinda Barolini ; with new verse translations by Richard Lansing ; commentary translated into English by Andrew Frisardi
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • ""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Danteâ€?s Lyric Poetry: From Editorial History to Hermeneutic Future""; ""Editions Cited in the Introductory Essays and Notes""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Note on Italian Versification""; ""RIME""; ""Tenzone between Dante Alighieri and Dante da Maiano""; ""1a: Provedi, saggio, ad esta visÃōne""; ""1 Savete giudicar vostra ragione""; ""The Tenzone del duol dâ€?amore""; ""2a: Per pruova di saper com vale o quanto""; ""2 Qual che voi siate, amico, vostro manto""; ""3a: Lo vostro fermo dir fino ed orrato""; ""3 Non canoscendo, amico, vostro nomo""
  • ""3b: Lasso, lo dol che piÃ1 mi dole e serra""""Tenzone between Dante Alighieri and Dante da Maiano""; ""4a: Amor mi fa sÃƠ fedelmente amare""; ""4 Savere e cortesia, ingegno ed arte""; ""5 A ciascunâ€?alma presa e gentil core: VN III (1)""; ""6 Se Lippo amico sÃ? tu che mi leggi""; ""7 Lo meo servente core""; ""8 O voi che per la via dâ€?Amor passate (First Redaction): VN VII (2)""; ""9 Piangete, amanti, poi che piange Amore: VN VIII (3)""; ""10 Morte villana, di pietà nemica: VN VIII (3)""; ""11 La dispietata mente che pur mira""; ""12 Madonna, quel signor che voi portate""
  • ""13 Deh ragioniamo insieme un poco, Amore""""14 Sonetto, se Meuccio tâ€?Ã? mostrato""; ""15 Com piÃ1 vi fere Amor coâ€? suoâ€? vincastri""; ""16 No me poriano zamai far emenda [Non mi poriano già mai fare ammenda] (Two Redactions)""; ""17 Sonar bracchetti e cacciatori aizzare""; ""18 Volgete gli occhi a veder chi mi tira""; ""19 Guido, iâ€? vorrei che tu e Lapo ed io""; ""20 Amore e monna Lagia e Guido ed io""; ""21 Per una ghirlandetta""; ""22 Deh, VÃōletta, che â€?n ombra dâ€?Amore""; ""23 Cavalcando lâ€?altrâ€?ier per un cammino: VN IX (4)""
  • ""24 Ballata, iâ€? voi che tu ritrovi Amore: VN XII (5)""""25 Tutti li miei penser parlan dâ€?Amore: VN XIII (6)""; ""26 Con lâ€?altre donne mia vista gabbate (First Redaction): VN XIV (7)""; ""27 CiÃ2 che mâ€?incontra, nella mente more (First Redaction): VN XV (8)""; ""28 Spesse fiate vegnonmi a la mente: VN XVI (9)""; ""29 Degli occhi della mia donna si move""; ""30 Ne le man vostre, gentil donna mia""; ""31 Lo doloroso amor che mi conduce""; ""32 Eâ€? mâ€?incresce di me sì duramente""; ""33 Donne châ€?avete intelletto dâ€?amore: VN XIX (10)""
  • ""34 Amore e â€?l cor gentil sono una cosa: VN XX (11)""""35 Negli occhi porta la mia donna Amore (First Redaction): VN XXI (12)""; ""36 Voi che portate la sembianza umile: VN XXII (13)""; ""37 Seâ€? tu colui câ€? hai trattato sovente: VN XXII (13)""; ""38 Onde venite voi così pensose?""; ""39 Voi donne, che pietoso atto mostrate""; ""40 Donna pietosa e di novella etate: VN XXIII (14)""; ""41 Un dì si venne a me Malinconia""; ""42 Io mi sentiâ€? svegliar dentro a lo core: VN XXIV (15)""; ""43 Tanto gentile e tanto onesta pare (First Redaction): VN XXVI (17)""
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894510431
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1 online resource.
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Isbn
9781442616899
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Media category
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