Renaissance in Italy (Vol. 1-7) - John Addington Symonds

Renaissance in Italy (Vol. 1-7)

Renaissance in Italy (Vol. 1-7)

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"Renaissance in Italy" is one of the best-known works by John Addington Symonds. This carefully crafted e-artnow ebook is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.

Volume 1:

The Spirit of the Renaissance

Italian History

The Age of the Despots

The Republics

The Florentine Historians

'The Prince' of Machiavelli

The Popes of the Renaissance

The Church and Morality

Savonarola

Charles VIII…

Volume 2:

The Men of the Renaissance

First Period of Humanism

Second Period of Humanism

Third Period of Humanism

Fourth Period of Humanism

Latin Poetry…

Volume 3:

The Problem for the Fine Arts

Architecture

Painting

Venetian Painting

Life of Michael Angelo

Life of Benvenuto Cellini

The Epigoni…

Volume 4:

The Origins

The Triumvirate

The Transition

Popular Secular Poetry

Popular Religious Poetry

Lorenzo De' Medici and Poliziano

Pulci and Boiardo

Ariosto…

Volume 5:

The Orlando Furioso

The Novellieri

The Drama

Pastoral and Didactic Poetry

The Purists

Burlesque Poetry and Satire

Pietro Aretino

History and Philosophy…

Volume 6-7:

The Spanish Hegemony

The Papacy and the Tridentine Council

The Inquisition and the Index

The Company of Jesus

Social and Domestic Morals

Torquato Tasso

The "Gerusalemme Liberata"

Giordano Bruno

Fra Paolo Sarpi

Guarini, Marino, Chiabrera, Tassoni

Palestrina and the Origins of Modern Music

The Bolognese School of Painters…
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Publisher: e-artnow
Published: 2020-06-12
ISBN: 4064066057169
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