GINO TELLINI LETTERATURA ITALIANA PDF
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Letteratura italiana. Un metodo di studio
Particular attention will be given to epic novels by Matteo Maria Boiardo Orlando innamorato and Ludovico Ariosto Orlando furiosothen to the evolution in epic structure of Torquato Tasso’s Gerusalemme Liberata.
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Tellini, Rifare il verso. Lectures will be supplemented by historical, scientific and literary readings and will follow a chronological order, focusing on specific issues such as Platonism and Aristotelianism, the art of portraiture, sculpture, dynamism and expressionism, spirituality and eroticism.
Dal Postmoderno al Nuovo realismo: La parodia nella letteratura italianaMilano: The Revolution of Renaissance: Therefore it proposes to examine the Renaissance from a complex vantage point in order to shed light on its multiple manifestations — from artistic breakthroughs to the realities of social unrest, which might be described as anthropological in nature.
This course focuses on a selection of modes and vocabularies of critical theory within the context of the twentieth century, but applied to the field of Italian studies. It invites broadening the horizon, bringing in fresh air, in other words: Skip to main content. The major authors of the three arts?
Additional reading materials will be provided by the instructor. Society, Civil and Intellectual Life, Culture, Literature and Philosophy This course seeks to deepen our knowledge of the history, material life and civil culture in the main courts of the Italian Renaissance 16th C.
Coordinator of the Graduate School of Italian Studies at the University of Florence and Director of the Centre of Studies “Aldo Palazzeschi”, is the author of monographs, essays, chapters of literary history, as well as manuals.
The Parody in Italian Literature Parody is transgression and mockery according to codified norms, but it is also a playful and humorous rewriting of major texts, which, as one knows, is a serious matter. Joe Tamagni, Coordinator italianschool middlebury.
ISBN 88 00 In this course students will be guided along an amusing journey to the discovery of parody, from Boccaccio to Umberto Eco.
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The course aims to illustrate the panorama of Italian literature today, from the so-called “reflusso” and the turn to Postmodernism in the eighties and nineties which marked the absolute primacy of hermeneutics, to the current trend of New Realism, which has presented in the last decade signs of a new approach to reality, of a return to the search for an absolute truth which springs from strong ethical foundations.
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In addition to literary Machiavelli, Ariosto, Michelangelo, Guicciardini, Tasso and philosophical Renaissance, anti-Renaissance, idealism, anti-idealism production at these courts, this course will explore the role of intellectuals and the conditions of civil life experienced by different social classes.
Even if play is not part of the academic curriculum there are entire chapters of Italian literature dedicated to parody, written as a countermelody to the prevailing models. Courses offered in the past four years. The course will study the poetry of chivalry in Italy between the fifteenth and sixteenth. We will examine the historical, economic and cultural conditions that spawned and stimulated the new art forms that spread from Florence throughout Italy and Europe.
We will study aspects of structuralism, semiotics, deconstruction, hermeneutics, Marxism, psychoanalysis, feminism and cultural studies. A constant evolution of themes, characters and mythologies will be highlighted through these ten works, providing an intricate description of the culture and society between the age of Romanticism and the Avant-garde in Italy.