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Tasso

Torquato . 1544--95, Italian poet, noted for his pastoral idyll Aminta (1573) and for Jerusalem Delivered (1581), dealing with the First Crusade
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Giuliani non ha con la figura di Tasso quel rapporto empatico e privilegiato che Calvino intrattiene con Ariosto e con il suo poema.
Echoing these definitions, Tasso himself defines meraviglia as that which "ci rende quasi attoniti di veder" [makes us almost speechless to see] (73); he assigns agency to meraviglia, putting it in the subject position and representing it as an animate power that effectively paralyzes the audience.
L'uomo cui Tasso affida la revisione del suo poema, tuttavia, e profondamente diverso dal giovane talentuoso che si era imposto grazie alla poesia.
Tasso came to Beirut in summer of 2013 for the opening of The O1Ne, a nightclub with a wall meant to act as a medium for graffiti.
Manso had the complaisance to meet him the next day, and while they were engaged in discourse, on a sudden he observed that Tasso kept his eyes fixed upon a window, and remained in a manner immoveable: he called him by his name several times, but received no answer: at last Tasso cried out, "There is the friendly spirit who is come to converse with me: look, and you will be convinced of the truth of all that I have said.
Hampton turns again to Tasso in chapter 3, situating his epic Gerusalemme liberata in the context of emerging formulations of international law.
Tasso crafts a particularly Latinate version of Italian, no doubt to claim a place in the epic tradition dominated by Roman poets.
Alban Forcione has observed numerous other parallels between the Canon and Tasso in his chapter on the former's conversation with Quixote as well, and he makes clear that the Canon enters the text at this point asa mouthpiece for Tasso's ideas.
As to whether or not this work is genuine, Tasso clearly identified Romei as one capable of teaching chess to women: one of the interlocutors in the Gonzaga secondo alludes to the possibility that Romei could teach Margherita Bentivoglio how to play.
Zatti goes on to show how the two poets herald the modern novel, Ariosto with his self-reflexive authorial stance and his portrayal of fiction as exonerated from the need to tell the truth, and Tasso with his split between appearance and reality that foreshadows the dualities of modern psychology (Chapter 8).
Careful reassessment of certain documented events reveals that Baudelaire was in fact not just revising his original unpublished 1844 sonnet to please a new editor twenty years later, after Delacroix's death, but in fact was rewriting the poem in response to a very different painting and a very different image of Tasso, who himself had evolved radically through a long martyrdom.
Fifteen companies aim to be certified in 2002 alone, says Tasso Azevedo, a forest engineer at the agency.