Ma in una biografia intellettuale del Perella che ne ricostruisca il percorso di studioso bisogna considerare anche quello dello specialista delle vicende del teatro pastorale nella drammaturgia tardo rinascimentale e barocca (in Italia, Francia e Inghilterra) con riguardo particolare al Pastor Fido di Battista Guarini
(1538-1612) e al Filli di Sciro di Guidubaldo Bonarelli (1563-1608).
In 1612, Italian poet Giovanni Battista Guarini
died in Venice.
In these letters we can watch the scholar mature from a tentative young man, frustrated in his search for a stable position from which to conduct his studies, to an accomplished humanist who could write Battista Guarini
as an equal.
When he said that Milton's masque Comus "is as far superior to The Faithful Shepherdess as The Faithful Shepherdess is to the Aminta or the Aminta to the Pastor Fido," he assumed readers would recall these three works as having been created by, respectively, John Fletcher (1579-1625), Torquato Tasso (1544-1595), and Giovanni Battista Guarini
Se Marino gode di una posizione di prominenza nel parnaso secentesco, Battista Guarini
spicca per Il Pastor fido, l'opera teratrale laica piu celebrata della letteratura europea.
It considers the experiences of a number of courtiers in the Counter-Reformation including Battista Guarini
In language that nicely accommodates twentieth-century tragicomedy, it develops the central idea of Battista Guarini
(late-sixteenth-century Ur-theorist of tragicomedy): the new hybrid genre structurally integrates tragedy and comedy in a systematic way.
21) See La questione del 'Pastor fido': Giovan Battista Guarini
, 'Annotazioni'; Faustino Summo, 'Due discorsi', ed.
then set out deliberately with his Pastor fido to respond to and challenge his rival in the Ferrarese context, Tasso, and self-consciously played the central role in raising the profile of the genre.
Guarini, Battistain full Giovanni Battista Guarini
Again, we should thank Westdeutscher Rundfunk for a project that many must have feared the dry-as-dust worst of musicological excess: settings of a rather inconsequential poem by Battista Guarini
somehow fortunate enough (why?
A very popular and rather controversial dramatist was Battista Guarini
, author of II pastor fido (1590), a pastoral tragicomedy examined by Nicolas J.