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The World of Dante

The World of Dante
Related:  English Subject GuideDante e la Divina Commedia

The Victorian Web: An Overview www.mediasoft.it/dante/ La Divina Commedia on line è completa, commentata e soprattutto innovativa. La consultazione di qualsiasi canto prevede la possibilità di cliccare sulla parola prescelta e consultare la nota collegata. E' stato studiato un metodo grazie al quale non è più necessario spostare l'occhio su e giù. Dante Alighieri scrisse La Divina Commedia perchè tutti la potessero leggere... grazie a Luigi Minnaja questo oggi è possibile con un semplice click del mouse! Per ogni canto inoltre è stata inserita la relativa rappresentazione scelta tra quelle realizzate da Botticelli, Dorè, Zuccari, Signorelli, Cimabue, Delacroix, Jager e Blacke. La Divina Commedia consta di più di quattordicimila (esattamente 14.223) endecasillabi, distribuiti in cento canti di oscillante ampiezza (da un minimo di 115 a un massimo di 160 versi), raggruppati in tre cantiche quantitativamente prossime: -l'Inferno composto di 34 canti (il primo è introduttivo all'intero poema), in totale 4720 versi; L'opera. MediaSoft s.r.l.

Dante et Florence Si au nom de Dante reste attaché pour nous celui de La Divine Comédie, il ne faut pas oublier quel rôle de premier plan fut celui du poète dans la vie politique de Florence. Exilé à Ravenne après la défaite des guelfes blancs dont il avait pris la tête, il fera de son œuvre non seulement un manifeste en faveur de l'autonomie du pouvoir temporel, celui de l'empereur, face au pouvoir spirituel trop souvent menacé par la corruption, mais aussi le lieu d'une expérience mystique, pour laquelle il invente un genre poétique nouveau, à la gloire de la langue florentine. Marina Marietti s'est attachée à montrer en quoi le Moyen Âge des cités italiennes concevait la vie de l'esprit comme un tout, ne dissociant en rien le politique du poétique. Lorsque Dante Alighieri naît au printemps 1265, Florence est une ville prospère et en plein développement démographique. Hommes d'affaires et nobles familles L'épanouissement des arts Dante, témoin critique… …et engagé La gloire de la langue florentine

Cambridge Digital Library - University of Cambridge Cambridge University Library holds the largest and most important collection of the scientific works of Isaac Newton (1642-1727). Newton was closely associated with Cambridge. He came to the University as a student in 1661, graduating in 1665, and from 1669 to 1701 he held the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics. In 1699 Newton was appointed Master of the Mint, and in 1703 he was elected President of the Royal Society, a post he occupied until his death. After his death, the manuscripts in Newton's possession passed to his niece Catherine and her husband John Conduitt. In 1872 the fifth earl passed all the Newton manuscripts he had to the University of Cambridge, where they were assessed and a detailed catalogue made. The remainder of the Newton papers, many concerned with alchemy, theology and chronology, were returned to Lord Portsmouth. See also

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Uncle Tom's Cabin & American Culture Leggere Dante | Video La Divine Comédie Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Présentation générale de l’œuvre[modifier | modifier le code] Elle est également considérée comme le premier grand texte en italien : la langue dans laquelle elle est écrite a eu une influence considérable sur l'idiome moderne de la péninsule. Pour écrire son œuvre, Dante a été très largement inspiré par le sanglant conflit qu'il a lui-même vécu en Italie, opposant les Guelfes (Guelfi) et les Gibelins (Ghibellini) (1125-1300). Du point de vue littéraire, Dante fait référence explicite à l'Énéide et à l'Apocalypse de Paul, les deux textes antiques les plus connus dans le genre des récits de voyage[3]. L'œuvre connut immédiatement un succès extraordinaire et contribua de manière déterminante au processus de consolidation du dialecte toscan comme langue italienne. Composition[modifier | modifier le code] Titre[modifier | modifier le code] Contexte[modifier | modifier le code] Structure[modifier | modifier le code] che nel pensier rinova la paura!

Art Review: The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini, The Metropolitan Museum of Art | California Literary Review Antonio del Pollaiuolo (Florence, 1431-1498, Rome) Portrait of a Lady Ca. 1460-65 Oil and tempera on poplar panel 20 5/8 x 14 3/8 in. Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin NEW YORK – Giuliano de’ Medici went to church on Sunday, April 26, 1478, not realizing that it was the last thing he would ever do. Known as the “Prince of Youth” of the Italian city-state of Florence, Giuliano de’ Medici was a charming young man with aristocratic good looks. He was also the brother of the brilliant, if homely, Lorenzo de’ Medici, the de facto ruler of Florence. As the Medici brothers stood amid a crowd of several thousand worshipers under the famous dome of the Florence Cathedral, four assassins crept toward them. Acts of violence like the Pazzi Conspiracy have occurred with depressing regularity throughout history. The Italian Renaissance changed this situation forever. One of the secret supporters of the Pazzi Conspiracy is featured in an especially notable work.

Poetry 180: A Poem a Day for American High Schools (Poetry and Literature Center, Library of Congress) Welcome to Poetry 180. Poetry can and should be an important part of our daily lives. Poems can inspire and make us think about what it means to be a member of the human race. Poetry 180 is designed to make it easy for students to hear or read a poem on each of the 180 days of the school year. Listening to poetry can encourage students and other learners to become members of the circle of readers for whom poetry is a vital source of pleasure. Billy Collins Former Poet Laureate of the United States Learn more about Billy Collins More Poet Laureate projects

leggereDante Verona: Voci Dantesche Licia Landi Drammatizzazione sperimentale realizzata dagli studenti del Liceo Ginnasio "S.Maffei", Verona Durante l’A.S. ‘06-‘07, ho elaborato il progetto “Voci dantesche” con l’intento di realizzare, in via sperimentale, un laboratorio di drammatizzazione della “Divina Commedia”, rivolto, soprattutto, a quegli studenti della mia classe I liceo D che avvertivano il desiderio di avvicinarsi al testo dantesco anche attraverso forme espressive non contemplate nelle lezioni mattutine. All’iniziativa hanno aderito undici studenti che, grazie alla piena comprensione del testo, già raggiunta mediante l’analisi mirata e approfondita in classe, sono riusciti, nei primi due incontri dedicati alla lettura collettiva, a interiorizzare e a memorizzare i passi appositamente selezionati per l’attività laboratoriale. “O Animal grazioso e benigno.” Quanti giorni passati davanti allo specchio a ripetere la parte, cercando di sfiorare il compassionevole candore di Francesca.

Convivio Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le Convivio est une œuvre écrite par Dante Alighieri pendant son exil, et plus précisément entre 1304 et 1307. Le terme « convivio » vient du latin convivium et signifie « banquet ». Description[modifier | modifier le code] Avec cette œuvre, Dante voulait démontrer sa propre doctrine et la défendre face aux accusations de ses concitoyens qui l'avaient condamné à l'exil. Formellement, cette œuvre est un prosimètre, un texte dans lequel alternent vers et prose, comme la Vita Nuova. Contenu[modifier | modifier le code] Traité I[modifier | modifier le code] Le premier traité fait fonction de préambule. Traité II[modifier | modifier le code] Boèce, De consolatione philosophiæ, manuscrit italien de 1385 Pour l'essentiel, le second traité commente le chant « Voi che'ntendendo il terzo ciel movete ». Traité III[modifier | modifier le code] Le troisième traité est un hommage à la sagesse, qui est pour Dante la suprême perfection de l'homme.

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