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Le poetrie e la bucolica medievale latina

Elisabetta Bartoli    Università degli Studi di Siena, Italia; S.i.s.m.e.l., Firenze    

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Since the thirteenth century, the poetrie are an instrument of prescriptive codification for poetic composition. The bucolic genre, even though it was sporadically present in the IX-XII centuries, was employed by several authors thanks to Virgilian eclogues. The fourteenth century starts a period of intensified pastoral composition, which will notably increase in the following two centuries. The link between XIII-XV intellectuals and ars dictandi and ars poetria is undeniable; the remarks made by these authors on literary genres is programmatic and continuous. This paper aims to investigate what the poetrie (together with commentaries and notes) teach with relation to bucolic production and their weight in the pastoral composition of the XIII-XV centuries.

Pubblicato
16 Marzo 2018
Presentato
15 Settembre 2017
Lingua
IT
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-205-5
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-137-9

Keywords: Rota VergiliiDantes’s ecloguesMedieval latin pastoral poetryMedieval literary genresMedieval latin commentaries

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