2 edition of Gaspara Stampa. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Eugene Benson. With a selection from her sonnets, tr. by George Fleming [pseud.]|
|Contributions||Fleming, George, 1858-1938|
|LC Classifications||PQ4634.S65 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., -85 p.|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||15016937|
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Gaspara Stampa () is considered the greatest woman poet of the Italian Renaissance, and she is regarded by many as the greatest Italian woman poet of any age.
A highly skilled musician, Stampa /5(6). This first sizable bilingual selection of work by Stampa (), introduced by the editors as ``the greatest Italian woman poet ever,'' unveils the writer's Petrarchan sonnets, in which Author: Gaspara Stampa.
Stampa's collection of poems has a diary form: Gaspara expresses happiness and emotional distresses, and her poems are one of the most important collections of female poetry of the 16th century. This collection was published after her death by her sister Cassandra, and dedicated to Giovanni Della Casa/5.
Accepting the Cinquecento's dominant ideology, Gaspara Stampa reworked Francis Petrarch's words, themes, forms, and metaphors as a validated means of forming her own lyric discourse within the limitations imposed by imitation. Declaring herself a dedicated Petrarchist, Stampa.
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book, is mentioned in the. Portrait of Gaspara Stampa,by Daniel Antonio Bertoli/Felicitas Sartori. Achille Bertarelli Print Collection, Gaspara Stampa. book Sforzesco, Milan.
Stampa's father, Bartolomeo, originally from Milan, was a jewel. Gaspara Stampa (?) is one of the finest female poets ever to write in Italian.
Although she was lauded for her singing during her lifetime, her success and critical reputation as a poet emerged only. Gaspara Stampa was a 16th-century poet, musician, and singer born in Padua, Italy. Following her father’s death in the s, she and her mother moved to Venice. There, her family home became an epicenter of Venetian cultural society.
She was highly admired for her lyrical verses, which often elicited comparisons to Sappho. Despite her premature death at the age of 31, Stampa.
Gaspara Stampa. Boston: Twayne, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Gaspara Stampa; Gaspara Stampa; Gaspara Stampa; Gaspara ca ca Stampa; Gaspara Stampa: Document Type: Book. Only three of her poems were published in Gaspara's lifetime, although many or all circulated among her literary friends and she was apparently preparing a book for publication.
Soon after her death, at the urging of those friends, her sister published Stampa's Rime. Book Description: Gaspara Stampa () is considered the greatest woman poet of the Italian Renaissance and is regarded by many as the greatest Italian woman poet of any age.
A highly skilled musician, Stampa produced some of the most musical poetry in the Italian language. Her sonnets of unrequited love speak of honest passion and profound loss.
Gaspara Stampa (?) is one of the finest female poets ever to write in Italian. Although she was lauded for her singing during her lifetime, her success and critical reputation as a poet emerged only Price: $ When Stampa was eight, her father died and her mother, Cecilia, moved to Venice with her children Gaspara, Cassandra, and Baldassarre; whom she educated to literature, music, history, and painting.
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Gaspara Stampa () is one of the finest female poets ever to write in Italian. Although she was lauded for her singing during her lifetime, her success and critical reputation as a. Gaspara Stampa: Selected Poems (Italica Press Dual-Language Poetry Series) - Kindle edition by Stampa, Gaspara, Stortoni, Laura Anna, Lillie, Mary Prentice, Stortoni, Laura Anna, Lillie, /5(5).
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Publication date Topics Stampa, Gaspara. Gaspara Stampa was an Italian poet. Biography Born in Padua, Stampa's father, Bartolomeo, originally from Milan, was a jewel and gold merchant in Padua.
When Stampa was eight, her father died and. Gaspara Stampa was born in Padua in to her mother Cecelia and father Bartolomeo Stampa, who had been a wealthy jeweler. She had two siblings, Cassandra and Baldassare.
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Troy Tower is a Ph.D. candidate in Italian studies at Johns Hopkins University. Jane Tylus is professor of Italian. Books by Gaspara Stampa The Complete Poems The Edition of the "Rime," a Bilingual Edition (The Voice in Early Modern Europe) by Gaspar a Stamp a, Jane Tylus, Troy Tower, Jane Tylus.
Rethinking Gaspara Stampa in the Canon of Renaissance Poetry. Women and Gender in the Early Modern World. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Virinoj en muziko (29)Gaspara Stampa. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. Stampa's collection of poems has a diary form: Gaspara expresses happiness and emotional distresses, and her poems are one of the most important collections of female poetry of the 16th century.
Gaspara Stampa (b. ) was born in Padua to Bartolomeo, a wealthy jewel merchant, and his wife, Cecilia. From an early age Gaspara, her sister, Cassandra, and her brother, Baldassarre, received an extensive education. When Gaspara. Questa silloge raccoglie tutte le poesie ( “rime d’amore” e 66 “rime varie”) di Gaspara Stampa, una donna artisticamente dotata, colta, libera e piuttosto spregiudicata per i suoi tempi.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index. Contents. Contents: Introduction: Rethinking Gaspara Stampa in the canon of Renaissance poetry, Unn Falkeid and Aileen A.
Feng. Part I The Sublime: Naming Sappho: Gaspara Stampa and the recovery of the sublime in early modern Europe, Jane Tylus-- The sublime realism of Gaspara Stampa.
The fictional Gaspara Stampa first appeared inin a biographical sketch accompanying the second edition of the Rime.A direct descendent of Collatino, Count Antonio Rambaldo, wrote this short. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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Following her father’s death in th. InGaspara’s letters to Mirtilla were reprinted as a stand-alone piece under the title Amore Infelice di Gaspara Stampa and accepted as an authentic document until the turn of the century, when, as.
Gaspara Stampa, The Complete Poems: The Edition of the “Rime,” a Bilingual Edition. Edited by Troy Tower and Jane Tylus. The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.
University of Chicago Press xxix+ isbn: cloth, ; paper, ; e-book. Although familiar authors such as Vittoria Colonna, Gaspara Stampa, and Veronica Gambara are well represented, half of the fifty-four poets featured are unknown even to many specialists.
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Stampa, Gaspara (ca. – ). Italian poet whose sonnets in the style of Petrarch, dedicated to a largely unrequited love, made her reputation as one of the finest poets of the Italian in Padua, she moved to Venice at the age of eight with her mother Cecilia, soon after the death of her father, Bartolomeo Stampa.
Textual Masculinity and the Exchange of Women in Renaissance Venice is a provocative analysis of the pornographic poetry written in patrician poet Domenico Venier's social circle. While .Gaspara Stampa c. (Also wrote under the pseudonym Anassilla) Italian poet. Stampa was a prominent figure in sixteenth-century Italian literary circles and some critics today consider her.