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Canzoniere

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Canzoniere by François Pétrarque Book Summary:

Ses poésies, Pétrarque les appelait "fragments", voire "bagatelles". Trois cent soixante-six joyaux amoureusement taillés, polis toute une vie durant. La langue italienne lui doit assurément ses lettres de noblesse. Canzone, ballades, madrigaux, sextines, sonnets, il a développé toutes les formes, et les plus complexes, indispensable chaînon entre les troubadours et Verlaine ou Mallarmé. Son amour impossible, sa Laure inaccessible, il les a chantés vivants, puis morts, pendant 45 ans. Thème unique, variations infinies. Écriture obsessionnelle, tourmentée, sophistiquée jusqu'à la folie : comprenne qui pourra la densité hallucinante des mots, le choc des sonorités, les splendeurs d'une syntaxe tout entière pliée à son désir, sa furieuse et dévorante passion d'écrire. Incendiaire, l'encre de Pétrarque, définitif son chant, ses rythmes et sa magie font de chaque lecteur un poète. --Scarbo

The Complete Canzoniere

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The Complete Canzoniere by Petrarch Book Summary:

The Complete Canzoniere - Petrarch. A translation into English by A. S. Kline. Published with illustrations (various). Petrarch’s Canzoniere is an innovative collection of poems predominantly celebrating his idealised love for Laura, perhaps a literary invention rather than a real person, whom Petrarch allegedly first saw, in 1327, in the Church of Sainte Claire in Avignon. Mostly using the sonnet form the poems were written in the Italian vernacular rather than Latin, and Petrarch, like Dante, exploited and extended the language to convey a wider range of feeling and expression. As well as his love for Laura, Petrarch communicates not only his own personality but also his humanist, secular and religious values, providing, like Dante, a body of work focussed, in a major way, for the first time in later European literature, on the poet himself, his individuality, and his spiritual journey, although he also looks back to the Roman achievements of Ovid, Horace, and Propertius. The poems were written over a forty year period, the earliest dating from shortly after 1327, and the latest from around 1368, and were a major influence on the poetry of the European Renaissance, especially in France, Spain, and England, where sonnet sequences were written until well into the seventeenth century, the form being revived and extended later by the English 19th century poets. Published by Poetry in Translation.

Canzoniere (Italian Edition)

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Canzoniere (Italian Edition) by Franceso Petrarca Book Summary:

Il Canzoniere (‘Rime Sparsi’) consta di 366 componimenti (il primo proemiale, poi uno per ogni giorno dell'anno) attraverso i quali il Petrarca ricostruisce la sua biografia sentimentale, poetica e spirituale. Ruolo essenziale nell'opera ha Laura, la donna amata dal poeta, dapprima viva, poi dopo la morte trasfigurata in una dimensione soprannaturale. Il poeta muove dalla Vita nuova dantesca per superare lo stilnovismo da un lato recuperando l'esperienza della poesia latina, dall'altro irrobustendo il linguaggio lirico duecentesco alla luce delle soluzioni stilistiche ed espressive offerte dalla Commedia di Dante. Al motivo amoroso si intreccia strettamente quello morale e religioso, dallo stato di dispersione iniziale alla ricomposizione finale nel nome della Vergine, tra stati di angoscia e di speranza, di prostazione e di esaltazione. Per il carattere selettivo della lingua, l'uniformità delle soluzioni stilistiche e metriche, la varietà delle situazioni amorose descritte, il Canzoniere petrarchesco diverrà già nel corso del Quattrocento e poi nei secoli avvenire il modello di tutta la tradizione lirica italiana e europea. Check out our other books at www.dogstailbooks.co.uk

Canzoniere (Classic Reprint) (Italian Edition)

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Canzoniere (Classic Reprint) (Italian Edition) by Mario Foresi Book Summary:

Excerpt from Canzoniere Poiche del mondo la crudel battagliaProstrata avra la giovinezza mia, Come un caduto d'infra la mitragliaA morir queto si trascina via, Io cosi trarro lungi l'agoniaDal trepestio della civii canagliaIn questa solitudine natiaDov'urla a' nembi il mare e al sole abbaglia. Qui pe 'l silenzio mesto e desolato, Con le antiche memorie, con le milleDelusioni, col tenace amore, Esalero lo spirito malato, E del mio golfo l' ultimo fulgoreMi parra il lampo delle tue pupille. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Petrarch: The Canzoniere, or Rerum vulgarium fragmenta

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Petrarch: The Canzoniere, or Rerum vulgarium fragmenta by Mark Musa Book Summary:

Mark Musa, in editing and translating Petrarch’s Canzoniere, has performed a wonderful service to the English-speaking reader. Here, in one volume, are included the poet’s own selection of the best lyric verse he wrote throughout his life, accompanied by brief but useful notes... " ―ChroniclesAs well as skillful and fluent verse renderings of the 366 lyrics that make up this milestone in the development of Western poetic tradition, Musa offers copious and up-to-date annotation to each poem... along with a substantial, sensitive, and intelligent introduction that is genuinely helpful for the first-time reader and thought provoking for Petrarch scholars and other medievalists." ―ChoiceThe 366 poems of Petrarch’s Canzoniere represent one of the most influential works in Western literature. Varied in form, style, and subject matter, these "scattered rhymes" contains metaphors and conceits that have been absorbed into the literature and language of love. In this bilingual edition, Mark Musa provides verse translations, annotations, and an introduction co-authored with Barbara Manfredi.

Songbook: Selected Poems from the Canzoniere of Umberto Saba

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Songbook: Selected Poems from the Canzoniere of Umberto Saba by Umberto Saba Book Summary:

Poetry. Bilingual, translated from the Italian and with an introduction by Stephen Sartarelli. Poems written between 1900 and 1954, by a lyric poet who fashioned an art in which the life and the work mirror and sustain each other (from the Introduction), Let us leave my life -- dark, oppressive/thing -- to its likeness as that blackened/ vault, under which a man sits waiting/for his day to end, and does not see/the blue sea beyond -- oh what joy to say, as you/once did, oh joy! -- or the sky above (from First Fugue (for 2 Voices)). Saba, in Sartarelli's astute, enjoyable translations, brings both the blackened vault and the blue sea and sky to his poems. This book provides the wide, confident view of a poet's work and world that only a collection compiled over many years of writing can. Saba leads us word by word, note by note, on a journey through his life: most of the way to Hell, most of the way back. Then he abandons us, but not without hope. We have experienced his joy and sorrow, his beautiful pity that purges us of terror. This is a collection of masterpieces, useful as bread and chocolate (Stanley Moss).

Il Canzoniere (poesie scelte) (Audio-eBook) (Italian Edition)

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Il Canzoniere (poesie scelte) (Audio-eBook) (Italian Edition) by Francesco Petrarca Book Summary:

Il Canzoniere ( titolo originale Rerum vulgarium fragmenta) è una delle opere più famose di tutta la storia letteraria italiana ed europea, la modernità del Petrarca è presente nel ritmo lento e malinconico dei suoi passi, come una musica che a tratti sciolga la passione in una infinita tristezza.La voce del narratore recita le più belle poesie di Petrarca, tratte dal Canzoniere dove l'autore, prende in esame i suoi sentimenti, analizza il suo amore non corrisposto per Laura ( chiunque sia stata questa donna) ed esplora le sue crisi più profonde e irrisolte.Dettaglio brani: 01) Voi ch'ascoltate - 02) Era il giorno - 03) Movesi il vecchierel - 04) Solo et pensoso - 05) Benedetto sia ‘l giorno - 06) Padre del ciel - 07) Erano i capei d'oro - 08) Chiare fresche et dolci acque - 09) Italia mia - 10) Di pensier in pensier - 11) O cameretta - 12) Oimé il bel viso - 13) La vita fugge - 14) Zephiro torna - 15) Né per sereno - 16) I'vo piangendo. Questo Audio-eBook è nel formato EPUB 3 che ha funzioni molto importanti per la didattica, soprattutto l'evidenziazione del testo scritto che viene contemporaneamente ascoltato, migliorando così l'apprendimento linguistico, emotivo ed empatico attraverso la Lettura+Ascolto di libri e audiolibri.Per fruire al meglio di questo Audio-eBook da leggere e ascoltare in sincronia leggi la pagina d'aiuto a questo link: https://help.streetlib.com/hc/it/articles/211787685-Come-leggere-gli-audio-ebook

Provenca; Poems Selected from Personae, Exultations, and Canzoniere of Ezra Pound

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Provenca; Poems Selected from Personae, Exultations, and Canzoniere of Ezra Pound by Ezra Pound Book Summary:

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Canzoniere the Canzionere of Dante Alighieri; Including the Poems of the Vita Nuova and Convito

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Canzoniere the Canzionere of Dante Alighieri; Including the Poems of the Vita Nuova and Convito by Dante Alighieri Book Summary:

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1840 Excerpt: ... piega; E s'egli avvien che tu mai alcun truovi Amico di vertù, ed ei ti priega, Fatti di color nuovi; Poi gli ti mostra, e'l fior ch'è bel di fuorì Fa desiar negli amorosi cuori. Suflìce the features now exposed; To all refuse the sweet and envied fruit For which each hand is stretched; And should it ever happen that thou find A friend of virtue, and he thee entreat,, Array thyself in colours new; Then show thyself to him, and cause The flower whose outward beauty is so fair To be desired by each amorous heart. CANZONE. E'M'incresce di me sì malamente, Ch' altrettanto di doglia Mi reca la pietà, quanto'l martiro; Lasso! però che dolorosamente Sento, contra mia voglia, Raccoglier l'aer del sezza'sospiro Entro quel cor, ch'e begli occhi feriro Quando gli aperse Amor con le sue mani, Per conducermi al tempo, che mi sface. Oimè! quanto piani, Soavi e dolci ver me si levaro, Quando egli incominciaro La morte mia ch' or tanto mi dispiace, Dicendo: Il nostro lume porta pace. Noi darem pace al core, a voi diletto, Dicieno agli occhi miei Quei della bella donna alcuna volta; Ma poichè sepper di loro intelletto, Che per forza di lei M'era la mente già ben tutta tolta, VII. So sadly my condition I lament, That pity racks my mind With grief and torture in a like degree; For now, alas! I sorrowfully feel, Spite of my ardent wish, The breath of the last sigh collected in That heart, which eyes of matchless beauty pierced, When Love, with his own hand, their charms disclosed To bring me to this crisis of my fate. Ah me É how calm and meek, How soft and sweet towards me they were raised, When they began my death To perpetrate, now cause of such re...