Renaissance In Italy (volume 2); Italian Literature In Two Parts: Italian Literature by John Addington Symonds

Renaissance In Italy (volume 2); Italian Literature In Two Parts: Italian Literature

byJohn Addington Symonds

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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. 1881. Excerpt: ... Giorgione, greatness of his genius, iii. 366; fate of his works, ib.; his power in depicting tranquillised emotion, ib. 367 Giottino, the scholar of Giotto, iii. 197 Giotto, the Campanile at Florence, iii. 63, 190, iv. 251; his work in S. Francis', Assisi, iii. 117, 190, 195; his genius pictoiial, ib. 120, 177; story of Cima-bue's finding him, as a child, drawing, ib. 190, 191; amount of his work, ib. 190; his fidelity to nature, ib. 191; advances made by him in painting, ib. 192; his power of representation, ib. 193; excellence of his allegories, ib. 194; mention of him by Petrarch, ib. 217 note ; influenced by Dante, ib. 283 note 2; his ode on 1'overty, iv. 39 note 1, 243 (cp. iii. 124, 194) Giovanni da Capistrano, Fra, 447; his preaching at Brescia, 557 Giovanni da Imola, his salary from the University of Padua, ii. 122 Giovanni da Ravenna, Petrarch's secre-tary, ii. 98; the first of the vagabond Humanists, ib. 99; his influence, ib. loo Giovanni, Ser (of Florence), his NovelU, iv. 150; called his work // Pecoronc, ib.; poverty of the framework of the Novelle, ib. 151; their antiquarian interest, ib.; one novel the source of the Merehant of Venice, ib. 152 note 1; revision of the Novelle by Dome-r,chi,.»'. 152 note 2; Giovanni as a poet, ib. 152 Giovanni da Udine, the scholar of Raphael, iii. 490 Giovanni, Fra, da Verona, his work as a wood-carver at Monte Oliveto and Naples, iii. 78 note 2 Giovio, Paolo, his description of Azzo Visconti, 122:ofGian Galeazzo, 128, 130 note 1: of the marriage of Vio-lante Visconti, 125; his conception of history, 228 note 2; his untruslworthi-ness, 267 note 2, ii. 354 note 1,417, 512; his account of Machiavelli's edu-cation, 283; praises the massacre of Sinigaglia, 296; his criticism of Machi-avelli's Art of War, 3...

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Title:Renaissance In Italy (volume 2); Italian Literature In Two Parts: Italian LiteratureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:214 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.45 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217270824

ISBN - 13:9780217270823

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