Orlando Furioso


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Orlando Furioso

Ariosto’s romantic epic; actually a continuation of Boiardo’s plot. [Ital. Lit.: Orlando Furioso]
See: Epic
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Of course, many exhibitions have been staged on the enduring influence of individual authors, or how literary works acted as lightning rods for the culture of their time, from Ovid to Dante, and beyond; in 2016, an exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of Ariosto's Orlando Furioso at the Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara, exhibited works that arguably now have a more abiding cultural appeal than the courtly epic from which they took their bearings.
Ariosto L (2013) Orlando Furioso a cura di Emilio Bigi, Milano: Bur.
Transport service for works of art for the exhibition Orlando Furioso 500 years.
Matthieu Chapman's essay on Robert Greene's adaptation of Orlando Furioso takes up the issue of slavery, and Todd A.
Abstract: Teaching the Orlando furioso in general-education courses, both in its entirety in English translation and in selections in Italian language courses, is energizing and challenging.
Her other publications included a work on Manzoni's contribution to forging the Italian language from its many dialects, as well as translations for Penguin of Dante's La vita nuova and Ariosto's Orlando Furioso.
Lodovico Ariosto s Orlando Furioso ('Raging Roland') was first published in 1516 as a continuation of the narrative in Matteo Maria Boiardo's 1495 Orlando Innamorato ('Orlando in Love).
Angelica reminds the Inspector of the beautiful character in Ludovico Ariosto's romance, Orlando Furioso, with whom he "fell in love" as a youth.
Her Orlando in the 2011 Paris-Nice-Nancy production of Vivaldi's Orlando Furioso, conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi and directed by Pierre Audi, is documented on DVD and already regarded as a reference recording.
Mantegna's Camera degli Sposi in the court palace was completed before the arrival of Isabella d'Este, although the couple commissioned other works, and Isabella is mentioned in Ariosto's Orlando Furioso.
La apariencia monumental del libro--siete tomos y tres mil paginas--engana: esto no es la Divina comedia, Orlando furioso o La Araucana, libros que hay que leer con algun especialista al lado.
In Ariosto's epic poem, Orlando Furioso he continues the story of Orlando, a warrior of Charlemagne who has returned from the Orient and is madly in love with Angelica, the daughter of the King of Cathay.

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