Ugolino

Ugolino

when his children die of starvation in prison, he devours them. [Ital. Poetry: Inferno]

Ugolino

treacherous 13th-century count of Pisa, imprisoned and starved to death with his sons and grandsons. [Ital. Poetry: Inferno]

Ugolino

13th-century count of Pisa who treacherously deserted his own party and then twice joined the enemies of his own city. [Ital. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 921]
References in classic literature ?
He clung to one idea -- that of his happiness, destroyed, without apparent cause, by an unheard-of fatality; he considered and reconsidered this idea, devoured it (so to speak), as the implacable Ugolino devours the skull of Archbishop Roger in the Inferno of Dante.
It traces his childhood and youth in Egypt and Italy; his early screenwriting; his films during wartime, including Don Cesare di Bazan, Non canto pi*, and Tutta la cittC canta; different genres, including adventure, horror, fantasy, crime, gothic, the Spaghetti Western, melodrama, and the peplum genre, with discussion of films like Aquila nera, I miserabili, Il cavaliere misterioso, Guarany, O cacula do barulho, Il conte Ugolino, Il figlio di d'Artagnan, Magia a prezzi modici, Il tradimento, La vendetta di Aquila Nera, Vedi Napoli e poi muori, La leggenda del Piave, Spartaco, and L'orrible segreto del Dr.
In La "Carlias"di Ugolino Verino, Francesco Bausi refers to an "'aggiornamento' culturale" and summarizes Pulci's aims in the last five cantos of the Morgante: ".
He played-what else-the role of an old man, Duke Ugolino, a 14th-century nobleman.
For instance, in Inferno 33 we witness the heart-wrenching story of suffering told by Count Ugolino who was imprisoned in a tower with two of his children and two of his grandchildren.
Francis and the Doves" by Ugolino Brunforte in his book on the life of St.
Directed by Joan Olle, it starred Vargas Llosa himself as the Duque Ugolino and Aitana Sanchez-Gijon as Aminta, or the Condesa de la Santa Croce.
86) There are numerous examples, but some few include: Ugolino di Nerio's Crucifixion with the Virgin, St John and St Francis (c.
Las tres lecciones que se han conservado del maestro Ugolino de Sesso, supuestamente impartidas hacia 1196, la probable presencia alli de un joven Domingo de Guzman hacia 1184 y otros indicios apuntan a que en torno al ano 1180 se puso en funcionamiento en la ciudad de Palencia el primer studium generate hispanico (101).
The latter include those of Dante, Ugolino Boniscambi of Montegiorgio, Boccaccio, Guillaume de Deguileville and Philippe de Mezieres.
79) El curioso neologismo dariano reenvia al celebre episodio de la Divina Comedia de Dante que tiene como protagonista a Ugolino della Gherardesca, en el ultimo circulo del Infierno (cantos XXXII y XXXIII).
Y es oportuno recordar aqui que es muy probable que Fernando de Rojas haya tenido conocimiento directo de una de "esas comedias latinas": la Philogenia, de Ugolino Pisani, escrita por los mismos anos que Symmachus y Emporia.