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ラウトレッジ版 英伊ルネサンス文学・文化必携

The Routledge Research Companion to Anglo-Italian Renaissance Literature and Culture

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Marrapodi, Michele (EDT)

Routledge 2019/03
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781472410733
eISBN: 9781317044161
KNPID: EY00257993
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The aim of this Companion volume is to provide scholars and advanced graduate students with a comprehensive and authoritative state-of-the-art review of current research work on Anglo-Italian Renaissance studies. Written by a team of international scholars and experts in the field, the chapters are grouped into two large areas of influence and intertextuality, corresponding to the dual way in which early modern England looked upon the Italian world from the English perspective – Part 1: "Italian literature and culture" and Part 2: "Appropriations and ideologies". In the first part, prominent Italian authors, artists, and thinkers are examined as a direct source of inspiration, imitation, and divergence. The variegated English response to the cultural, ideological, and political implications of pervasive Italian intertextuality, in interrelated aspects of artistic and generic production, is dealt with in the second part. Constructed on the basis of a largely interdisciplinary approach, the volume offers an in-depth and wide-ranging treatment of the multifaceted ways in which Italy’s material world and its iconologies are represented, appropriated, and exploited in the literary and cultural domain of early modern England. For this reason, contributors were asked to write essays that not only reflect current thinking but also point to directions for future research and scholarship, while a purposefully conceived bibliography of primary and secondary sources and a detailed index round off the volume.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Michele Marrapodi

Past, present, and future in Anglo-Italian renaissance studies:

i. Back to the past. Forward to the present

ii. Italy as a stage

iii. Ideology and politics in Italianate revenge drama

iv. Critical approaches to Italian literature and culture

v. Prospects of future developments

vi. This volume: Part one

vii. This volume: Part two

PART I: Italian literature and culture

1. Dante’s Vita Nuova and Petrarchismo: A Critical Review of Contemporary Scholarship

Marco Andreacchio

2. Boccaccio’s Decameron and Theatricality

Janet Levarie Smarr

3. Commedia erudita: Birth and Transfiguration

Louise George Clubb

4. Machiavelli’s comedies of "virtù"

Duncan Salkeld

5. Senecan Tragedy in the English Renaissance

Mario Domenichelli

6. Masters of civility: Castiglione’s Courtier, Della Casa’s Galateo, and Guazzo’s Civil

Conversation in early modern England

Cathy L. Shrank

7. "Did Ariosto write it?" – The Orlando Furioso in Elizabethan poetry

Selene Scarsi

8. The Italian comici and commedia dell'arte

Richard Andrews

9. Giordano Bruno in England. From London to Rome

Gilberto Sacerdoti

10. Italian Pastoral Tragicomedy and English Early Modern Drama

Robert Henke

11. The Pastoral Poem and Novel

Jane Tylus

12. "Oh that we had such an English Tasso": Tasso in English Poetry and Drama to 1700

Jason Lawrence

 

 

PART II: Appropriations and ideologies

13. Petrarch in England

John Roe

14. The Novella and the Art of Story-Telling in the Anglo-Italian Renaissance

Melissa Walter

15. Shakespeare and the Arts of Painting and Music

Duncan Salkeld

16. ‘Absolute Castilio’? The Reputation and Reception of Castiglione’s Book of the Courtier in

Elizabethan England

Mary Partridge

17. Machiavelli’s Principe and the New Ethics of Power

Alessandra Petrina

18. ‘Boying their greatness’: Transnational Effects of the Italian Divas on the Shakespearean Stage

Rosalind Kerr

19. Commedia dell’arte in Early Modern English Drama

Eric Nicholson

20. The Scholarship of Italian and English Renaissance Festivals

J. R. Mulryne

21. John Florio and the Circulation of Italian Culture

Michael Wyatt

22. Heretics, Translators, Intelligencers: Italian Reformers in Tudor England

Diego Pirillo

23. Italy, Printing industry, and the cultural market in Elizabethan England

Mario Domenichelli

24. Anglo-Venetian Networks. Paolo Sarpi in Early Modern England

Chiara Petrolini and Diego Pirillo

Afterword

Location and Narration

Keir Elam

 

Bibliography

Notes on contributors

Index