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Bonvesin da la Riva. Bonvesin da la Riva is the most important Northern-Italian writer of the 13th century. Born in Milan between and , he was a secular friar belonging to the 3rd order of Umiliati and is acknowledged as doctor in gramatica, a title that few people most important work is the Book of the three texts (Libro delle tre scritture), an epic poem in quatrains in Old. Book Description: Experiencing the Afterlife provides the first sustained analysis of popular, vernacular depictions of the afterlife written in Italy before theDivine Comedy by authors such as Uguccione da Lodi, Giacomino da Verona, and Bonvesin da la Riva. Manuele Gragnolati uses his readings of these poets to provide a new interpretation of Dante's work. Buy Access; Help; About; Contact Us; Cookies; Encyclopedias | Text editions. Landulf of Saint Paul (floruit –), called Landulf Junior to distinguish him from Landulf Senior, was a Milanese historian whose life is known entirely from his main work, the Historia presents a unique and important point of view from the conflict-ridden years of – in Milan. He thrice sojourned in France while his ecclesiastical faction—the Pataria—was.

The carro della guerra of Milan was described in detail in by Bonvesin de la Riva in his book on the "Marvels of Milan". Wrapped in scarlet cloth and drawn by three yoke of oxen that were caparisoned in white with the red cross of Saint George, the city's patron, it carried a crucifix so massive it took four men to step it in place, like. He has also co-edited several volumes and published many essays on medieval and modern authors from Bonvesin da la Riva and Guido Cavalcanti to Giacomo Leopardi, Cesare Pavese, Elsa Morante, Pier Paolo Pasolini and Giorgio Pressburger. Tristan Kay . Götkçen Mahmut Adnan The Language of Bonvesin de la Riva and a Concordance of his Works Granata Joanne Uncovering a Forgotten Renaissance Comedy: A Commented Critical Edition of Francesco Antonio Rossi’s Il Capriccio Grimaldi Adriana The Dialogical Element in Machiavelli’s Work. 17th century, purporting to be 15th century. Catalonia (Iberia). Boades is the pseudonymous author of the Llibre de feits d'armes de Catalunya (Book of the Feats of Arms of Catalonia) and fictitious chaplain of Blanes, whose year of death is given as In fact the work was written and the persona of Boades was invented by Catalan historian and friar Joan Gaspar Roig i Jalpí ().

Gragnolati has also written numerous articles, including "From Decay to Splendor: Body and Pain in Bonvesin da la Riva's ‘Book of the Three Scriptures,’" published in Last Things: Death and Apocalypse in the Middle Ages. With C. Bino, he edited a special volume of the journal Comunicazioni sociali on medieval understandings of physical pain. – Library of the Collège de Sorbonne, earliest predecessor of the Bibliothèque de la Sorbonne, is founded in Paris. – – Marco Polo dictates his Travels to Rustichello da Pisa while in prison in Genoa, according to tradition. Easter – The events of Dante's Divine Comedy take place. New works. 13th century. Italian literature - Italian literature - Comic verse: Poesia giocoso (realistic, or comic, verse) was a complete contrast to serious love poetry. The language was often deliberately unrefined, colloquial, and sometimes scurrilous, in keeping with the themes dealt with in the poetry. This kind of verse belongs to an ongoing European tradition, owing something to the satirical goliard poets of. The same was true, to a slightly less degree, of consciously literary works. For example, the stylized Sicilian of the Scuola Siciliana, the Central Italian of the Ritmo Cassinese, the Lombard of Bonvesin da la Riva, etc., as contrasted with the Tuscan of Dante and his contemporaries. [10].