Morgante


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Morgante

ferocious giant converted to Christianity. [Ital. Lit.: Morgante Maggiore, Wheeler, 248]
References in classic literature ?
He approved highly of the giant Morgante, because, although of the giant breed which is always arrogant and ill-conditioned, he alone was affable and well-bred.
Pulci's masterpiece is the Morgante, or Morgante Maggiore, an epic in 23 cantos, later expanded to 28, begun about 1460, of which the earliest surviving complete edition is dated 1483.
Roland became known in Italian minstrelsy as Orlando, and by the 15th and 16th centuries his loves and his adventures against the Saracens, along with those of the other paladins, had been thoroughly reshaped in Pulci's Morgante, Maggiore, Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato, and Ariosto 's Orlando Furioso.
Trenitalia is committed to a process of continuous innovation of services and practices, said Barbara Morgante, CEO, Trenitalia.
Frustaci A, Chimenti C, Bellocci F, Morgante E, Russo MA, Maseri A.
The double-sided portrait of the dwarf Morgante (before 1553) parallels the burlesque verse in which Bronzino excelled, but it also reveals the artist picking up his brush as well as his pen in the then raging debate over the relative merits of painting and sculpture.
Il problema non e nuovo se gia all'inizio degli anni settanta un editore avveduto come Einaudi aveva assegnato a Calvino e Giuliani il compito di raccontare in modo nuovo classici rinascimentali come il Furioso o la Gerusalemme Liberata, o se la Rai nel 1972 mandava in onda sul programma nazionale della radio Il Morgante Maggiore raccontato da Giorgio Manganelli per la regia di Vittorio Sermonti (testo ora edito con ottima cura da Graziella Pulce per le edizioni Socrates di Roma, 2006).
Patients with higher self-efficacy were more likely to adhere to use of this drug (Fraser, Hadjimichael, & Vollmer, 2001, 2003; Fraser, Morgante, Hadjimichael, & Vollmer, 2004).