Dukes & poets in Ferrara a study in the poetry, religion, and politics of the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. by Edmund Garratt Gardner

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Published by Haskell House in New York .

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Places:

  • Ferrara (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Ferrara

Subjects:

  • Italian literature -- Italy -- Ferrara -- History and criticism.,
  • Ferrara (Italy) -- History.

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Other titlesDukes and poets in Ferrara.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG975.F42 G2 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 578 p.
Number of Pages578
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5616835M
LC Control Number68025235

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Ferrara City of northern Italy [1] that was an important center of art patronage under the d'Este family during the Renaissance [2]. The d'Este dynasty began in the thirteenth century with the victory of Azzo VII, who was named podesta of the city in Academy of American Poets James Laughlin Award: A prize of $5, is given annually for a second book of poetry by a living poet to be published in the coming calendar year.

The winner also receives an all-expenses paid weeklong residency at. The Estes family descends from the d'Este, dukes of Ferrara in Renaissance Italy.

they were prominent as patrons of the epic poets Ariosto and Tasso. The first Estes of record in America, Abraham, owned acres in King and Queen County, VA, in Ludovico Ariosto.

Article abstract: Ariosto, although an accomplished Latin poet, made vernacular Italian the established language for serious poetry from lyrics and satires to drama and the epic. My Last Duchess Summary. The Duke of Ferrara is negotiating with a servant for the hand of a count’s daughter in marriage.

(We don’t know anything about the Count except that he is a count. And that he’s not the Count from Sesame Street – different guy.) During the negotiations, the Duke takes the servant upstairs into his private art gallery and shows him several of the. Poets & Writers Live is an initiative developed in response to interviews and discussions with writers from all over the country.

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Harvard University Press, xxvii + pp. The ITRL series mostly contains books by authors that I hadn't heard of before encountering them here, but Ariosto is one of the exceptions to that.

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23 May. Ferrara appears for the first time in a document of the Lombard king Desiderius, in AD but it knows its peak during the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance during the reign of the Dukes of Este, in particular between the end of and the ' beginning of under Duke Ercole d'Este, one of the most important patrons of the arts in.

Transcriber’s Note. This work was originally published in As noted in the original, footnotes marked by an asterisk were added by the editor of the edition, from which this e-book was prepared. Obvious printer errors have been corrected without note.

Other errors are indicated by red dotted underlining. * List of Dukes of Ferrara and of Modena. References *cite book|first=Luciano |last=Chiappini|title=Gli Estensi. Mille anni di storia|location=Ferrara|year= *cite book|first=Edmund G.|last= Gardner|title=Dukes and Poets in Ferrara: a Study in the Poetry, Religion and Politics of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries|location=London|year= In the Este rulers were created Dukes of Modena and Reggio, and in Ferrara also became a duchy.

Inwhen Alfonso II died without heirs, the House of Este lost Ferrara to the Papal States. Modern history Edit. Ferrara remained a part of the Papal States from towhen it became part of the Kingdom of Italy.• Summer (DST): CEST (UTC+2).

MODERN ITALIAN POETS ESSAYS AND VERSIONS BY W. HOWELLS WITH PORTRAITS CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION ARCADIAN SHEPHERDS This book has grown out of studies begun twenty years ago in Italy, Ferrara, Ancona, and all the great cities and towns of1/6.

Although the early part of Robert Browning’s creative life was spent in comparative obscurity, he has come to be regarded as one of the most important English poets of the Victorian period. His dramatic monologues and the psycho-historical epic The Ring and the Book.

-vii-INTRODUCTION. IT is surely unnecessary to make any apology for this second edition of the Memoirs of the Dukes of hstanding all that has been done in the last fifty years by historians on the one hand, and by imaginative writers on the other, with the object of elucidating the history of that part of Central Italy which lies within the ancient confines of Umbria, or of.

Torquato Tasso was born in Sorrento, near Naples in Italy, in As a young man he was educated by Jesuits at the Court of the Dukes of Urbino and later studied law and philosophy at the University of Padua. Under the rule of the Este dukes in the s and s, the north Italian city of Ferrara became famous for the brilliance of its court life.

In the Este rulers were created Dukes of Modena and Reggio, and in Ferrara also became awhen Alfonso II died without heirs, the House of Este lost Ferrara to the Papal historyFerrara remained a part of the Papal States from towhen it became part of the Kingdom of Italy. Robert Browning’s inspiration for My Last Duchess came from the Duke and Duchess Duchess died under very suspicious circumstances.

She was married at fourteen and dead by seventeen. Browning uses these suspicious circumstances as inspiration for a poem which dives deep into the mind of a powerful Duke who wishes to control his wife in every aspect of her.

Power and Painting in Sixteenth-Century Ferrara: Titian's Portraits of Alfonso I d'Este. Edmund Gardner, Dukes and Poets in Ferrara: A Study in the Poetry, Religion, and Politics of the Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries (St. Clair Shores, MI: The Book of the Courtier, trans.

Charles S. Singleton (New York: Anchor Books, ), bk Author: Allyson Burgess Williams. as quality, is Edmund G. Gardner's lively and entertaining Dukes and Poets in Ferrara () It is one of those rather unusual works written for a general public, but developed with thorough scholar-ship.

Gardner, who also wrote companion volumes on Ariosto and on the Ferrarese school of painting, did a good deal of his own re.Ludovico Ariosto Italian poet, dramatist, and satirist. At the age of ten his family moved to Ferrara, where his father, Niccolò Ariosto, served as an official to the dukes of the.Within three years, he had married again, to Eleonora d’Este, a cousin of Alfonso II d’Este, the Duke of Ferrara.

The second marriage seems to have been little happier than the first.

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