Brief Notices 2006

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Brief Notices 2006

Tordi, Anne, Annali d'Italianistica

Glauco Giuliano. Nitartha. Saggi per un pensiero eurasiatico. Lavis (TN): La Finestra, 2004. Pp. 284.

Following the initial "Avvertenze" (8) on transcription criteria for the Chinese, Sanskrit, and Tibetan names used in the text, and "Orientamenti" (11-29), the book is divided into three chapters: "Il poema di Seng-ts'an" (31-93); "Il poema di Ma-gcig" (95-193); and "Premesse ed esito dell'ermeneutica spirituale comparata" (195-264). A bibliography concludes the volume (265-84).

Modeles medievaux dans la litterature italienne contemporaine. Arzana 10 (December 2004). Cahiers de litterature medievale italienne. Etudes reunies par Denis Ferraris et Marina Marietti. Paris: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle. Pp. 312.

This issue of Arzana is divided into 4 sections. The first (19-102), "Mises en scene de chroniques et d'hagiographies medievales," contains articles by Veronique Abbruzzetti, Dominique Budor, Johannes Bartuschat, and Beatrice Laroche. The second section (103-80), entitled "Valeurs et schemas medievaux chez Leopardi," includes essays by Marina Gagliano, Donatella Bisconti, and Perle Abbrugiati. The third section (181-246), "Modules poetiques et narratifs," includes articles by Marina Marietti, and Claude Perrus and Anne Boule-Basuyau. The final section (247-310), "Figures et poetes mythiques," contains articles by Denis Ferraris, Myriam Tynant, and Walter Geerts.

Stefano Guglielmin. Come a beato confine. Con nota di Tiziano Salari. Castel Maggiore (Bo): Book Editore, 2003. Pp. 67.

Stefano Guglielmin was born in 1961 in Schio (Vicenza), and is the author of poetry and essays. This collection of verse is divided into two parts: "io in terza persona" (5-49) and "Dappertutto" (51-60). The volume concludes with Tiziano Salari's note entitled "L'ultimo confine di io" (61-66).

Gerhard Regn, ed. Questo leggiadrissimo Poeta! Autoritatskonstitution im rinascimentalen Lyrik-Kommentar. Munster: Lit Verlag, 2004. Pp. 344.

This volume contains the following essays: "Autoritat, Pluralisierung, Performanz: die Kanonisierung des Petrarca volgare," by Gerhard Regn (7-24); "Kommentartraditionen und Kommentaranalysen. Zum Stand der Forschung," by Florian Neumann (25-78); "Autoritat, Klassizitat, Kanon. Petrarca und die Konstitution literarischer Autoritat" by Florian Neumann, (79-110); "Lateinischer Petrarkismus und lyrischer Strukturwandel. Die Autorisierung der Liebeselegie im Licht ihrer rinascimentalen Kommentierung," by Jorg Robert (111-54); "'Esse ex eruditis qui res in Francisco, verba in Dante desiderunt'. Francesco Petrarca in den Dante-Kommentaren des Cinquecento," by Bernhard Huss (155-188); "Biographie und Moralphilosophie in Alessandro Vellutellos Canzoniere-Edition," by Catharina Busjan (189-232); "Kartographie der Liebe. Die Regionalkarte der Sorgue und die Autoritat des Canzoniere im rinascimentalen Petrarca-Kommentar," by Gerhard Regn (233-62); "Formale Autorisierung und Tavole in den Petrarca-Kommentaren des Cinquecento," by Florian Neumann (263-96); and "'Il Petrarca, che ordinariamente suole essere Platonico'. Die Petrarca-Exegese in Benedetto Varchis Florentiner Akademievortragen," by Bernhard Huss (297-332). The volume concludes with an index of names (335-44).

Thomas Stauder. Wege zum sozialen Engagement in der romanischen Lyrik des 20. Jahrhunderts. Aragon, Eluard, Hernandez, Celaya, Pavese, Scotellaro. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004. Pp. 625.

The table of contents is divided into 4 parts: "Forschungsinteresse und -methodik" (11-24); "Einzeluntersuchungen" (25-490); "Typologischer Vergleich" (491-566); and "Genetischer Vergleich (Kontakstudie)" (567-75). The volume concludes with an extensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources (577-626).

MIFLC Review. Journal of the Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference 11 (Fall 2002-2003). Pp. 161.

The essays are divided into literary and linguistic sections.

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