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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Fra Ariosto e Tasso: vicende del poema narrativo : con un' appendice di studi cinque-secenteschi.
Riccardo Bruscagli analizza l'evoluzione del paesaggio di prova tra Boiardo e Ariosto, quel "deserto" romanzesco, luogo designato per l'avventura, esistente fin dalle origini della letteratura cavalleresca.
Mr Franks, an ambulance driver captured by the Germans at Antalat, was transported on the SS Ariosto from Tripoli in February 1942.
The pumpkin is awaiting its Leopardi, who sang of the broom plant, or its Ariosto, who only spoke disparagingly of it, her preferred "zucca che consoli il deserto delle ore vuote del mio terrazzino, zucca felice come una ragazza senza problemi.
Having chosen Dosso as his painter Alfonso appointed Ludovico Ariosto, another native Ferrarese, as the laureate of his duchy, part of which Ariosto for some time governed.
There are other indications of Italian influence too, notably familiarity with Boiardo and Ariosto, not to mention the author's possible awareness of Bernardo Giambullari's Sonaglio, revealed in his knowledge of cosmetics.
Significantly, the viceroy of Sicily from 1535 to 1546 was Ferrante Gonzaga, one of the earliest patrons of Ariosto and son of the great musical and artistic patron Isabella d'Este.
All'interno della sezione dedicata alle testimonianze letterarie del ruolo femminle "nella societa laica" si segnalano gli articoli Da Ariosto a Marino, da Alcina a Falsirena: la maga seduttrice fra tradizione e innovazione, di Francesco Guardiani e Penelope nelle tragedie di Giovanni Battista Della Porta: da mito a personaggio, di Francoise Decroisette.
Raul Steven Pastrana of the Austin-based Pastrana Law Firm represented Roberto Pacheco, Ariosto Manriquez, Manuel Parra, and Maria Aguilar, individually and for the minor Juan Carlos Ramirez.
It all started more than 140 years ago in Boston where the talented and enterprising watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones was looking for an opportunity to set up on his own and do things much differently and better than his colleagues in the flourishing American watch industry.
Barasch, on the harlequin aspects of 1 Henry IV; Adam Max Cohen on Castiglione's influence on Henry V; Marrapodi, who provides a wide-ranging meditation on the protean nature of pastoral; Robert Henke, who gives a fresh perspective on mimesis and Hamlet; and Jill Phillips Ingram, who pays welcome attention to Gascoigne, rather than his source Ariosto or his adapter Shakepeare, in her thoroughly researched essay on the intertexts of The Supposes.
Similarly, Albert Russell Ascoli looks for gradations of historical relevance in Ariosto as evidenced by the structure of Orlando furioso.