Torquato Tasso


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Italian poet who wrote an epic poem about the capture of Jerusalem during the First Crusade (1544-1595)

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Giuliani A (1970) Gerusalemme Liberata di Torquato Tasso raccontata da Alfredo Giuliani.
5) Torquato Tasso, Discorsi del poema eroico, Discorsi dell'arte poetica e del poema eroico, ed.
Torquato Tasso e il sistema disciplinare della Controriforma.
In the first part of his Vita di Torquato Tasso (1621) Manso relates how Tasso was betrayed by an unnamed close friend, whom the enraged poet then struck on the face at court in front of the duke.
Un mare turbatissimo: la vita di Torquato Tasso ripercosa attaverso le lettere.
of Miami-Coral Gables, Florida) examines two performances of the pastoral play Aminta by Italian playwright Torquato Tasso (1544-95).
El tema viene de lejos (esta en Homero y en Virgilio, en la Antologia Graeca y en Estacio, en Anacreonte y en Lucrecio), y de alli pasa a los maestros italianos --desde Dante hasta Torquato Tasso y Giambattista Marino--, que fueron la referencia principal de los espanoles.
One of the most intriguing and complex dialogues between text and image between Baudelaire and Delacroix's works involves their respective dual depictions of the mad imprisoned and impassioned Italian Renaissance poet Torquato Tasso (1544-95).
En su nueva recopilacion, titulada Fiori di sonetti/Flores de sonetos, publicada por Aldus y por (Parentesis), Alatorre presenta las versiones originales de poetas italianos, como Torquato Tasso, Pietro Bembo y, sobre todo, de Francesco Petrarca, traducidos por poetas espanoles, como Lope de Vega, Francisco de Quevedo o Luis de Gongora, quienes a partir de aquellos crearon --"pareciera perogrullada, pero hay que verlo", dice Alatorre-- sonetos en espanol.
Organski was born in Rome in 1923, where he attended the Ginnasio Liceo Torquato Tasso.
Zlatar also treats Gundulic in a comparative light, underscoring especially his well-known emulation of the verse and creative philosophy of Torquato Tasso, the great poet of the Italian Renaissance.
In addition to Byron, Dante Alighieri, William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Scott, Ludovico Ariosto, Torquato Tasso, and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe were among his preferred authors.
After his release, these translations and those of such authors as Torquato Tasso, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Jean Racine, and Voltaire provided him with a livelihood during the few remaining years of his life.
12) Torquato Tasso, Gendsalemme Liberata, a cura di Fredi Chiapelli (Milan, 1972).
As Torquato Tasso pondered how to write epic poetry in Counter-Reformation times, he identified this genre as "heroic" and went as far as to add this qualification to the title of his magnum opus: Gerusalemme liberata, poema eroico appears on the cover of the first authorized edition (Ferrara: Baldini, 1581).