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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Looney and Possanza present Ariosto's (1474-1533) Latin poems with facing pages of English prose translation.
After photojournalist Ariosto went to Cuba in 2009 for CNN, how could he not write a book?
II saggio mostra come Ariosto crei un rapporto di riflessione e completamento tra la figura storica di Cantelmo e quella immaginaria di Ruggiero, ambedue segnate da una tragica morte.
Entrambe pubblicate nel 1970, le due riletture antologiche portano un titolo strutturato alla stessa maniera: "Orlando Furioso di Ludovico Ariosto raccontato da Italo Calvino (con una scelta del poema)" e "Gerusalemme Liberata di Torquato Tasso raccontata da Alfredo Giuliani (con una scelta del poema)".
Around 6:30 p.m., four unidentified men killed Ariosto Sanchez, 29, and his live-in partner Gina Sepida, 45, at their house on Eagle Street, Sitio Veterans, Quezon City.
ARIOSTO'S Orlando Furioso (1516) was one of sixteenth-century Italy's most popular pieces of literature, so much so that it was re-written in both 1521 and 1532 with each of these versions undergoing numerous printings.
Cavallo, Jo Ann, The World beyond Europe in the Romance Epics of Boiardo and Ariosto (Toronto Italian Studies), Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2013; cloth; pp.
Angelica reminds the Inspector of the beautiful character in Ludovico Ariosto's romance, Orlando Furioso, with whom he "fell in love" as a youth.
Rosalia (Ariosto) Toscano at 97WORCESTER - Rosalia (Ariosto) Toscano, 97 of Worcester died peacefully Tuesday March 18, 2014 in the St Francis Home with her family around her.
Separated by nearly four hundred years, two literary works by Ludovico Ariosto and Virginia Woolf follow the story of the same chivalrous knight.
Based on Ariosto's Orlando furioso, this is Vivaldi's most popular opera, due in part to American mezzo Marilyn Horne, who championed the work during her singing career.
Ludovico Ariosto. La Cassaria, Universidad de Buenos Aires, facultad de filosofia y Letras, 2007,110 pp.