is at The Black-E in Great George Street on Saturday, March 22.
As stated in the title, the editors have chosen the original Italian text of Rime
(1554), not Salza's critical edition of 1913, on which subsequent Italian editions were based.
Fish the rime
(the first vowel and the rest of the word)
He quotes the first line of a song that he attributes to Arnaut Daniel as the first in a series of authorities for Rime
Parker has taken a step that ought to invite more interest in a major literary corpus, beginning with a reliable edition of Bronzino's Rime
Another important rime
in school counseling's history was in the late 1950s when the National Defense Education Act (NDEA) was passed (Herr, 2001).
By the rime
she founded Atlanta-based Matthews Consulting Group L.
Francesca Turini Bufalini (1553-1641) published two books during her lifetime: Rime
spirituali sopra i Misteri del Santissimo Rosario (Roma: Gigliotti, 1595) and Rime
(Citta di Castello: Molinelli, 1627 and 1628).
to pregnancy among HIV-infected and uninfected women in the Women's Interagency HIV Study, 2002-2009.
Dante Alighieri, Rime
, a cura di Domenico De Robertis, voll.
At press rime
, gross revenues for the company were expected to reach about $700,000 by year-end.
This book explores the intersection between Petrarch's Rime
sparse and a vast array of Renaissance texts.
This programme brief looks at studies in use of provider rime
in clinics providing reproductive health services in several countries across the developing world and the effect of provider rime
use on the costs per patient visit.
Unlike microcassette recorders, DVRs are lighter and leaner--and offer hours of digital data storage rime
without the need to purchase and store numerous cassettes.
Petrarch's correlation of Laura and laurels in his Rime
sparse has provoked readers since the fourteenth century to comment upon the vertiginous possibilities of its dramatic and symbolic import.