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The Literature of Italy; From the origin of the Italian language to the death of Boccacio (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 14 may 2012


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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. 1851 Excerpt: ...Andrea.--I'etrarch's love of old manuscripts.--I-Iis disgust for the study of the law.--His father burns his cherished manuscripts.--Death of his parents.--Pope John XXII.--Petrarch and his brother take orders.--His love for Laura.-Jacopo Colonna.--I-Iistorical sketch of the state of Europe at this period.--Daring feat of Jecopo Colonna.--Petrarch's friendship for him.--Cardinal Colonna.--Richard de Bury envoy of Edward III. of England.--Old Stephen Colonna.--Invasion of Italy by John, king of Bohemia, assisted by Frnnce.--Petrarch's indignation.-Petrarch visits Paris.--Feuds of the Colonns and Orsini.--The Crusades.--Pope Benedict XII.--Potrsrclfs appeal to the Pope to return to Rome.--He is made Canon of Lombes.--1llicit love of Petrarch.---His chi1dren.---Petrarch visits Rome.--Reported visit to England.----His first visit to Vsncluse.--Description of Vaucluse.--The 23rd August, l340.--Rome and Paris offer him the poet's crown.--Petrarch visits Naples and is examined by King Robert.--Petrarch is crowned in the Capitol on the 8th April, l34l.--His extraordinary dream.--He is made Archdeacon of Parma.--Pope Clement VI.---The Romans send an embassy to the Pope.--Petrarch and Rienzi.--State of Europe in l343.--The Pope sends Petrarch as Ambassador to Naples.----The Grand Company.--Duke Werner.--Petrarch bewails the fate of Ita.ly.--Ode to Italy. WITH the exception of Dante, no man can be entitled to so high a place in the annals of Italian literature as Francesco Petrarca. It is not as the lover of Laura, as the elegant and tender poet, but as one who devoted his time to deep researches and investigations for the improvement of the language of his country, that FRANCESCO PETRARCA. 157 such a claim can be advanced in his behalf&#...




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