A Handbook of Italian Renaissance Painting

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SELECTED WORKS FROM ITALIAN RENAISSANCE LITERATURE.

1. GOTHIC
S. Francesco (St. Francis of Assisi), 1182-1226
Cantico del Sole
Moretti di San Francesco, by Frate Ugolino (Little Flowers of St. Francis)
Life of St. Francis, by St. Bonaventura
Life of St. Francis, by Thomas of Celano
St. Thomas Aquinas, 1227-1274
Summa Theologiae
Jacopone da Todi, ca. 1230-1306
Poesie
Brunetto Latino, died ca. 1300
Il Tesoretto
Guido Cavalcanti, ca. 1255-1300
Poesie
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321
Il Convivio
Vita Nuova ( 1307)
De Vulgari Eloquentia
De Monarchia ( 1313)
Divina Commedia (Divine Comedy), 1300-21
Francesco Petrarca, 1304-1374
Africa
De Viris Illustribus
Il Canzoniere
Il Trionfi
Epistolae
Giovanni Boccaccio, 1313-1375
Il Decamerone (The Decameron), 1345-53
De Genealogiis Deorum Gentilium
Teseide
Ameto
Ninfale Fiesolano
Franco Sacchetti, 1330-ca. 1400
Novelle
Sermoni Evangelici
Jacopo Passavanti, ca. 1300-1357
Lo Specchio della Vera Penitenza
Sta. Caterina da Siena, 1347-80
Letters
Libro della Divina Dottrina
Dino Compagni, ca. 1257-1324
Cronica delle cose occorrenti ne' tempi suoi

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Book I 1
  • Book II 65
  • Book III 215
  • Appendix 309
  • Table of Important Historical Events 315
  • Selected Works from Italian Renaissance Literature. 317
  • Important Literary Sources for Italian Renaissance Painting 321
  • Indices 339
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