Ariosto


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Ariosto

Ludovico (ludo'vi:ko). 1474--1533, Italian poet, famous for his romantic epic Orlando Furioso (1516)
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Il mondo poetico di Ariosto, fantastico e molteplice, trova in quello di Calvino uno specchio postmoderno che lo riflette.
Ariosto presents others with madness that manifests similarly to that of Orlando, in particular, the madness of Orlando's Muslim counterpart, Rodomont.
Because almost none of my students have previously heard of Ariosto, I introduce the book with one or two lectures providing its essential cultural, literary, and historical context: the Italian epic-romance tradition, especially Boiardo, the querelle des femmes, the political fragmentation of Italy and the status of Ferrara and the Este dynasty, the questione della lingua, the first European encounter with America, and the brewing Reformation.
Cavallo, Jo Ann, The World beyond Europe in the Romance Epics of Boiardo and Ariosto (Toronto Italian Studies), Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2013; cloth; pp.
Rosalia was born in San Giacomo Acri, Provencia di Cosenza Italy daughter of the late Alfredo Ludoveco Ariosto and Bomina (Fuscalda) Ariosto and came to the United States in 1966.
Separated by nearly four hundred years, two literary works by Ludovico Ariosto and Virginia Woolf follow the story of the same chivalrous knight.
Publicada por la editorial de la Universidad de Buenos Aires y con traduccion, introduccion, notas y adaptacion a cargo de Nora Hebe Sforza, la comedia de Ludovico Ariosto se reedita con un nuevo proposito: captar la atencion y ser deleite de los lectores modernos.
Like Alexander Pope's Essay on Man, Albert Ascoli's illuminating essays on Petrarch, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, Ariosto, and Tasso in A Local Habitation and a Name steer "betwixt the extremes of doctrines seemingly opposite" (Essay on Man, "The Design" 20), threading a course through such traditional, but inherently reductive, oppositions as New Criticism and New Historicism; history and biography; form and content; literary fancy and rational fact; protofeminism and patriarchy; private lire and public life, and so forth.
Deborah Ariosto, Medford, NJ, successfully defended her dissertation at the University of Maryland School of Nursing.
Translating women in early modern England; gender in the Elizabethan versions of Boiardo, Ariosto and Tasso.
Last year's throughline was Orlando furioso--the famous 16th-century poem by Ludovico Ariosto about a paladin who goes mad with love for the Eastern princess Angelica--and now the festival is stepping back to the 15th-century poem by Matteo Maria Boiardo that inspired Ariosto.
Cervantes and Ariosto is a beautiful little book of not much more than a hundred pages; it is a comprehensive and definitive study of the similarities and differences between Orlando furioso and Don Quixote, leading to a deeper understanding of both fictions.