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ACTA Volume #9
The Early Renaissance
ACTA Volume #9
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Anthony L. Pellegrini - Editor
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Price: $5.00 
Paperback - 135 pages
Release Date: January 1982
ISBN10: N/A
ISBN13: 978-1-4384-3845-0

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Table of Contents

Introduction

1. The Friar’s Tale: Chaucer, Dante and the Translatios Studh
Ronald B. Herzman
, SUNY Geneseo

2. Cristoforo Landino: The Virgilian Commentator and Critic as a Hero
Mario Di Cesare, SUNY Binghamton

3. Virgil in Lorenzo Valla’s Dialogue On Pleasure
Maristella de Panizza Lorch, Barnard College, Columbia University

4. Marius and Carbo: A Ciceronian Allusion in Mantuan’s Aegologa Secunda
John B. Dillon, SUNY Binghmaton

5. The Virgilian Legacies of Petrarch’s Bucolicum Carmen and Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender
William J. Kennedy
, Cornelle University

6.Allusions to the Classical Satire in Ariosto’s First and Third Satire
John Sarkissian
, SUNY Albany

7. Virgil and Homer in the Early Tudor Period
David G. Hale, SUNY Brockport


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