Litanic Verse IV (Literary and Cultural Theory)

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نام کتاب : Litanic Verse IV (Literary and Cultural Theory)
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : آیه لیتانیک چهارم (نظریه ادبی و فرهنگی)
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ناشر : Peter Lang
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ISBN (شابک) : 9783631748053 , 9783631761755
زبان کتاب : English
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Cover\nContents\nAcknowledgments\nIntroduction\nLitany in Italy from the Latin Middle Ages to the Present\n Marian Litanies\n The Saints\n A “Litany” of Seamen\nPart I: Around the Lauda, Hymn and Spiritual Poetry\n 1 Confraternities of Praise\n 1.1 The Form of Lauda\n 2 Francis of Assisi’s Laudes creaturarum\n 3 Litanic-Enumerative Segments in the Early Anonymous Lauda\n 3.1 Lauda-orazione\n 3.2 Laudario di Cortona\n 3.3 The Holy Spirit\n 4 Jacopone da Todi\n 4.1 An Authored Laudario\n 4.2 Amor-Iesù\n 4.3 Shorter Verses\n 5 Laudario di Santa Croce di Urbino: Rhythmical-Metrical Formulas\n 5.1 De Dulcedine Amoris Christi\n 5.2 The Possibility of a Phrasal Versification in the Early Lauda\n 6 The Condemned and the Saints in the Laudario di\rSanta Maria della Morte\n 6.1 The “Lauda with Litanies”\n 6.2 Idio Soprano\n 6.3 The Marian Lauda\n 6.4 Conclusions\n 7 Text and Music in the Laudario giustinianeo\n 7.1 Textual Litanic Characters\n 7.2 Mystical Lauda\n 7.3 The Marian Lauda\n 7.4 The Holy Spirit and the Saints\n 7.5 Some Musical Aspects\n 7.6 Music and Litany in the Laudas of Giustinian\n 7.7 “Vergine bella”\n 7.8 Conclusions\n 8 Between the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries\n 9 Laudatory and Hymnic Poetry in the Heart of the Modern Era\n 9.1 “Sentiments grands, nobles, et humains” in Alessandro Manzoni\n 9.2 Giosuè Carducci’s Prayer to Satan\n 9.3 Oropa and “oropee:” The Poetry of Giovanni Camerana\n 10 D’Annunzio’s Laudistic Experiment at the Turn of the Twentieth Century\n 10.1 Alcyone\n 10.2 Elettra\n 10.3 Maia\n 10.4 Canti della guerra latina\n 10.5 Conclusions\nPart II: Around the Sonnet\n 11 The Sonnet\n 11.1 The Subdued Religiosity of the Sicilian School\n 12 Poetry as an Authentic Expression of Love in the Stilnovo Authors\n 12.1 Dante’s La Vita Nuova\n 13 Petrarch’s Litanic Connectors\n 14 Boccaccio’s Sonnet\n 14.1 The Early Sonnet: Conclusions\n 15 The Cinquecento\n 15.1 Gaspara Stampa’s Love Commendation\n 15.2 Veronica Gambara’s Rime Leggiadre\n 15.3 Vittoria Colonna and Her Spiritual Petrarchism\n 16 Tommaso Campanella: Sonnet and Philosophy at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century\n 16.1 The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: A Conclusion\n 17 The Nineteenth Century: A Portrait of an Epoch\n 17.1 Self-Portraits of Sonneteers: Alfieri—Foscolo—Manzoni\n 17.2 After the Midcentury: Mameli and Carducci\n 18 Attributes, Portraits and Landscapes: Towards the Twentieth Century\n 19 The Persistence of a Form\n 19.1 Corazzini’s and Gozzano’s Sonnets\n 19.2 Giovanni Fiorini’s Chaplet of Sonnets\n 19.3 Conclusions\nPart III: Around the Canzonetta and Ode\n 20 The Seventeenth Century\n 20.1 Chiabrera and the Beginnings of the Canzonetta\n 21 The Poetry and Opera Metastasiana\n 21.1 The Poetry\n 21.2 The Melodrama\n 21.3 Singing in the Eighteenth Century: Words and Music in the Da Capo Aria\n 21.4 Metastasio’s Profane Arietta\n 21.5 Betulia Liberata\n 21.6 The Azione Sacra\n 21.7 Mozart’s La Betulia Liberata\n 21.8 Conclusions\n 22 Towards the Risorgimento\n 22.1 Formal and Thematic Models at the Beginning of the Century\n 22.2 Poets of the Risorgimento\n 23 Recalling the Ancient Glories: Giosuè Carducci’s Odi barbare\n 23.1 Invocative and Iterative Patterns\n 23.2 Conclusions\nPart IV: Around the Twentieth-Century Experimentations\n 24 The Early Years\n 24.1 Aldo Palazzeschi’s Repetitive Modules\n 24.2 Corrado Govoni’s Low-Register Litanies\n 25 Marinetti’s Litanic Layout\n 26 The Profane and Sacrum of Giuseppe Ungaretti\nBibliography\nIndex of Subjects\nIndex of Names




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