Petrarch's Eight Years in Milan

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Introductory Notes

Petrarchan Editions

Quotations from the works of Petrarch are taken from or based on the following editions.


Collective Editions

Librorum Francisci Petrarche impressorum annotatio ( Venice, 1501). Referred to as Coll. 1501.

Rime, Trionfi e poesie latine, ed. by Ferdinando Neri, Guido Martellotti , Enrico Bianchi, and Natalino Sapegno (= Vol. 6 in the series La letteratura italiana, storia e testi, Milan and Naples, 1951). Referred to as Rimeetc.

Prose, ed. by Martellotti, P. G. Ricci, Enrico Carrara, and Bianchi (= Vol. 7 in the same series, Milan and Naples, 1955). Referred to as Prose.


The Canzoniere

Rerun vulgarium fragmenta, ed. by Gianfranco Contini ( Paris, 1949).1


Manuscript Drafts and Notations for Italian Lyrics or for the Triumphs
In Vat. Lat. 31962

Carl Appel, Zur Entwickelung italienischer Dichtungen Petrarcas ( Halle, 1891). Referred to as Appel 1.

Mario Pelaez, "Descrizioni e trascrizioni," in Bullettino dell'Archivio paleografico italiano, II ( 1910), 163-216.

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1
In the present book parenthesized numerals following abbreviated first lines of poems in the Canzoniere indicate their positions in the final form of the Canzoniere.
2
Statements made with regard to the position of notations in this manuscript are based on examination of the two photographic reproductions: Il manoscritto vaticano latino 3196 autografo di Francesco Petrarca riprodotto in eliotipia a cura della Biblioteca Vaticana ( Rome, 1895), and R. Accademia d'Italia, Il codice vaticano lat. autografo del Petrarca, ed. by Manfredi Porena ( Rome, 1941).

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