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Locati, La rinascita del genere tragico nel medioevo. Library help and support. Mussato produced many works over his career including multiple pieces on influential people in his life Lovati, Marsilius.

Modeled after the Senecan tragedy, as well as the first play to be composed in a classical metre since antiquity, it was the first tragic drama to emerge after Lovati unearthed Seneca’s plays.

Retrieved from ” https: Padrin, con uno studio di G. Mussato earned his living as a copyist while studying for the profession of notary. This helped to solidify humanism as an important moral and political system in Padua and many other regions of Northern Italy during the early 14th century.

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Carlo Verardi, the playwright’s uncle, proposed the subject to his nephew and supplies a long preface, in which he refers to the play as a tragicomoedia sect. Responsivamcomposta sul finire deledita in Monticolo, Poesie latine del principio del secolo XIV cit.


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Pastore Stocchi, Vicenzapp. Vicenzawhich had been under Paduan dominion for some time, took this opportunity wlbertino ally with della Scala and break free from Paduan supremacy on April None of your libraries hold this item.

Login to add to list. All are welcome, and admission is free suggested donation: As Grund points out, the title Ecerinis that is, “The Ecerinid”rather than Ecerinus, marks this as a heroic work, though it is not Ezzelino but the Paduan resisters who are the heroes p. Radix micat ultima linguae, ipsa iacet terraeque tremens inmurmurat atrae; utque salire solet mutilatae cauda colubrae, palpitat et moriens dominae vestigia quaerit.

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Giovanni’s claims on the danger of poetry to Christianity were rebuffed by Mussato who asserted that, like the Bible, poetry was inspired by God.

They even made sobriquetsor nicknames for each other, which was also part of classical tradition.

Mussato, Albertino Enciclopedie on line. Dati frequently at least half a dozen times breaks a word at the end of a trimeter, as: In form, it is based closely on the tragedies of Seneca, but its subject is modern, the downfall of Ezzelino III da Romanoa northern Italian tyrant of ill repute.


View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Unfortunately, our editorial approach may not be able to accommodate all contributions. Given the focus on Renaissance drama, it is appropriate that Grund is not so much concerned with what Aristotle’s Poetics actually says as with its interpretations, from the classical Romans through William of Moerbeke’s Latin translation of to the translation by Giorgio Valla, printed by Aldus Manutius in p.

Computing Guide Computing Helpdesk System Status Help with accessing the online library, referencing and using libraries near you: Chioggia, town, southeastern Veneto regione regionnorthern Italy. Il contrasto tra il cittadino padovano e quello vicentino e lo scambio tra Zambono e Albertino si leggono anche in Cipolla, Pellegrini, Poesie minori cit.

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Rasi, Padovapp. Mussato was later sent on four ambassadorial missions to Henry VII. The act ends with the Chorus lamenting albeertino future. Public Private login e. Published Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Although Invidia is not a character in the play, Ambitio, Modestia, Discordia, and Perfidia all appear on stage, and Dati prefixes a Moral: