Giovanni pontano the dominant literary figure of quattrocento naples wrote two brilliantly original poetical cycles on married love is the first sustained exploration of married love in first person poetry eridanus combines familiar motifs of courtly love with an allusive matrix of classical elegy and pontanos distinctive vision. The i tatti renaissance library published by harvard university press is the only series that makes available to a broad readership the major literary historical philosophical and scientific works of the italian renaissance written in latin each volume provides a reliable latin text together with an accurate readable english translation on facing pages accompanied by an editors . Pontano giovanni gioviano 2014 on married love eridanus edited by luke roman vol 63 cambridge massachusetts harvard university press 63 385 pages. The i tatti renaissance library focuses on the major literary historical philosophical and scientific works of the italian renaissance written in latineach volume provides the original text together with an accurate readable english translation on the facing pages accompanied by the editors introduction and notes. Giovanni gioviano pontano on married loveeridanustranslated by luke roman the i tatti renaissance library vol 63harvard university press 2014 9780674728660 xxvii 385 pp this is the second volume of pontanos poetry in the i tatti renaissance library see my post about his baiae from a few years ago my impression of this volume is much like of that one the poems here are
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