The Complete Poems

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The Complete Poems

The Complete Poems Guido Cavalcanti c of Florence was one of the first to create a new style of poetry the dolce stil nuovo that was to inspire Dante Cavalcanti s poetry sings of relationship and the metapho

  • Title: The Complete Poems
  • Author: Guido Cavalcanti
  • ISBN: 9780934977272
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Guido Cavalcanti c 1250 1300 of Florence was one of the first to create a new style of poetry, the dolce stil nuovo, that was to inspire Dante Cavalcanti s poetry sings of relationship and the metaphors of love that transcend the sexual and the romantic Cirigliano s sensitive and probing text breaks with the Victorianisms of Rossetti s and Pound s translations in ofGuido Cavalcanti c 1250 1300 of Florence was one of the first to create a new style of poetry, the dolce stil nuovo, that was to inspire Dante Cavalcanti s poetry sings of relationship and the metaphors of love that transcend the sexual and the romantic Cirigliano s sensitive and probing text breaks with the Victorianisms of Rossetti s and Pound s translations in offering the contemporary reader the full passion of this master in a verse that is both elegant and direct Includes introduction, notes, and first line index.

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    1. Quinten Collier on said:

      I enjoyed the historical information at the end: biographical facts, a description of the school of poetry Cavalcanti belonged to, the formal poetry blueprints he used, psycholigical insights into his two primary translators into English before this edition. Pound included a translation of one of these poems as a canto, and Cavalcanti stars in a very good story by Boccaccio. If you look to poetry for sustenance beyond the academiclook elsewhere.

    2. Mike Jensen on said:

      This book is reputed to be brilliant. Perhaps it is in the Italian found on the left pages, but few of the poems do much for me in translation. I can see the traditions Cavalcanti helped invent, and that is a benefit. It is a nother perspeceive on Danta La Viat, and that is nice. I'd hoped for more.

    3. Carol on said:

      I got turned onto him because Dylan referenced him (or so I understand) in "Tangled up in Blue" - thanks Bob!

    4. Lucy on said:

      The poetry is pleasing, but he doesn't change theme very often. It got a bit boring towards the end.

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