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Italomania (s)
Italy and the English speaking world from Chaucer to Seamus Heaney

Mauro Pagliai, 2007

A cura di:

Giuseppe Galigani

Pagine: 256

Caratteristiche: ill. b/n, br.

Formato: 17X24

ISBN: 978-88-564-0017-5

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L1 / Studi, storia della letteratura

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Questo volume raccoglie gli atti della conferenza dedicata alla Letteratura Italiana e Inglese, supportata dalle università americane di Georgetwon e Kent State e organizzata da Michael J. Collins, Marcello Fantoni and Giuseppe Galigani. La conferenza ha avuto luogo a Fiesole e Firenze, dove circa venti studenti provenienti dalle università di Georgetown, Harvard, Kent State, Michigan, Rutgers, Wales, Bologna, Brescia, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Venice si sono radunati per due giorni, giugno 20-21 2005, per consegnare le loro letture. I saggi di questa collezione sono ordinati in accordo con la sequenza cronologica degli autori italiani e fornisce una ricca se non completa panoramica dello scambio tra la letteratura italiana e il mondo anglofono, che vanno da Dante a Montale e da Chaucer a Seamus Heany.

CONTENUTI
Michael Collins, Acknowledgements
Giuseppe Galigani, Introduction
Piero Boitani, Chaucer and the Italians
Claudia Corti, Blake and Dante. Hellish Serpents and Devilish Serpentines
John Pfordresher, The Uncanny Echo: Pre-Raphaelite Fiction and Italian Literature
Franco Marucci, Dante and Ruskin
Alessandro Serpieri, Eliot and Dante
Michael Collins, Ars Poetica: Seamus Heaney and Dante
Giuseppe Galigani, Keat’s Isabella: Boccaccio’s ‘Echo in the North Wind Sung’
Lilla Crisafulli, Mary Shelley’s Valperga and Women’s Historical Revisionism
Keir Elam, “At the cubiculo”: Shakespeare’s Problems with Italian Language and Culture
Michael Wyatt, Reading between the Lines of John Florio’s Italian Books
Mario Domenichelli, Machiavelli in Shakespeare’s Roman Dyptich
Inge Botteri, Della Casa e il Galateo
Stefano U. Baldassari, Whose Paradise? The Condition of Women in Renaissance Utopias
Sergio Zatti, Tasso e l’eredità epico-romanzesca in Inghilterra
Michael Scott, Jennifer Scott, Moral Conflict in John Marston’s The Malcontent and Agnolo Bronzino’s An Allegory with Venus and Cupid
John G. Demaray, Galileo, John Milton, Samuel Purchas and the New Cosmology
Paul L. Gaston, Many Rooms, Many Views: Making Sense of Place
Ernesto Livorni, Montale traduttore di Eliot: una questione di belief
David Gewanter, Eugenio Montale, Robert Lowell and the Passionate Imperium


This volume collects the proceedings of the conference dedicated to Italian Literature and England, sponsored by two American universities, Georgetown and Kent State, and organized by Michael J. Collins, Marcello Fantoni and Giuseppe Galigani. The conference was held in Fiesole and Florence, where some twenty scholars from various Universities: Georgetown, Harvard, Kent State, Michigan, Rutgers, Wales, Bologna, Brescia, Florence, Pisa, Rome, Venice, convened for two days, June 20-21, 2005, to deliver their lectures. The essays of this collection are roughly ordered according to the chronological sequence of Italian authors and provide a rich if not complete panorama of the interchange between Italian Literature and the English speaking world, ranging from Dante to Montale and from Chaucer to Seamus Heany.


CONTENTS
Michael Collins, Acknowledgements
Giuseppe Galigani, Introduction
Piero Boitani, Chaucer and the Italians
Claudia Corti, Blake and Dante. Hellish Serpents and Devilish Serpentines
John Pfordresher, The Uncanny Echo: Pre-Raphaelite Fiction and Italian Literature
Franco Marucci, Dante and Ruskin
Alessandro Serpieri, Eliot and Dante
Michael Collins, Ars Poetica: Seamus Heaney and Dante
Giuseppe Galigani, Keat’s Isabella: Boccaccio’s ‘Echo in the North Wind Sung’
Lilla Crisafulli, Mary Shelley’s Valperga and Women’s Historical Revisionism
Keir Elam, “At the cubiculo”: Shakespeare’s Problems with Italian Language and Culture
Michael Wyatt, Reading between the Lines of John Florio’s Italian Books
Mario Domenichelli, Machiavelli in Shakespeare’s Roman Dyptich
Inge Botteri, Della Casa e il Galateo
Stefano U. Baldassari, Whose Paradise? The Condition of Women in Renaissance Utopias
Sergio Zatti, Tasso e l’eredità epico-romanzesca in Inghilterra
Michael Scott, Jennifer Scott, Moral Conflict in John Marston’s The Malcontent and Agnolo Bronzino’s An Allegory with Venus and Cupid
John G. Demaray, Galileo, John Milton, Samuel Purchas and the New Cosmology
Paul L. Gaston, Many Rooms, Many Views: Making Sense of Place
Ernesto Livorni, Montale traduttore di Eliot: una questione di belief
David Gewanter, Eugenio Montale, Robert Lowell and the Passionate Imperium