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  1. Modern Italian Literature (PCHL-Polity Cultural History of Literature) by Ann Hallamore Caesar, Michael Caesar, 2007-09-17
  2. Teaching Italian American Literature, Film, and Popular Culture (Options for Teaching (Numbered Paperback)) by Edvige Giunta, Kathleen Zamboni McCormick, 2010-03-01
  3. The Cambridge History of Italian Literature
  4. An Introduction to Twentieth Century Italian Literature: A Difficult Modernity (New Readings S.) by Robert S. C. Gordon, 2005-08-26
  5. Italian Tales: An Anthology of Contemporary Italian Fiction (Italian Literature and Thought)
  6. Insieme nel buio e altri due racconti (Italian Edition) by Marco Freccero, 2010-05-27
  7. Dictionary of Italian Literature: Revised, Expanded Edition
  8. The Italian Renaissance Reader (Meridian)
  9. Italian Stories (American Literature (Dalkey Archive)) by Joseph Papaleo, 2002-01
  10. The Italian American Heritage: A Companion to Literature and Arts (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities)
  11. A History of Italian Literature: Revised Edition by Ernest Hatch Wilkins, 1974-01-01
  12. Queer Italia: Same-Sex Desire in Italian Literature and Film
  13. A Treasury of Italian Love: Poems, Quotations & Proverbs/in Italian and English
  14. The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature (Oxford Companions)

1. Italian Literature - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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8. Italian Literature - LoveToKnow 1911
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ITALIAN LITERATURE. Origins. - One characteristic fact distinguishes the Italy of the middle ages with regard to its intellectual conditions - the tenacity with which the Latin tradition clung to life (see Latin ). At the end of the 5th century the xiv. 29 northern conquerors invaded Italy. The Roman world crumbled to pieces. A new kingdom arose at Ravenna under Theodoric , and there learning was not extinguished. The liberal arts flourished, the very Gothic kings surrounded themselves with masters of rhetoric and of grammar. The names of Cassiodorus , of Boetius , of Symmachus , are enough to show how Latin thought maintained its power amidst the political effacement of the Roman empire. And this thought held its ground throughout the subsequent ages and events. Thus, while elsewhere all culture had died out, there still remained in Italy some schools of laymen,' and some really extraordinary men were educated in them, such as Ennodius, a poet more pagan than Christian, Arator Fortunatus , Venantius Jovannicius, Felix the grammarian

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    As a first step to build up the course of Italian literature on Wikiversity, a list of the major Italian Authors of the various historical periods is offered here, with connections to their articles on Wikipedia (and other Wiki Projects). In fact, on Wikipedia already exists good information about these Italian Authors and links to their works. This information offers a basic overview of the Italian literature. Later on, a narrative will be added to better describe the various Authors, and their cultural and historical background. The students who can read the Italian language, can also check this same course, subdivided in three sections, in the Italian wikiversit :
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19. Italian Literature
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  • Origins At the end of the 5th century, when the western Roman empire waned, Latin tradition was kept alive by writers such as Cassiodorus, Boetius, Symmachus. A new kingdom arose at Ravenna under Theodoric. The liberal arts flourished, the Gothic kings surrounded themselves with masters of rhetoric and of grammar. There remained in Italy some lay schools, and some extraordinary scholars, such as Magnus Felix Ennodius, a poet more pagan than Christian, Arator, Venantius Fortunatus, Venantius Jovannicius, Felix the grammarian, Peter of Pisa, Paulinus of Aquileia and many others. The Italians who were interested in theology gravitated towards Paris. Those who remained tended to be attracted by the study of Roman law. This furthered the later establishment of the medieval universities of Bologna, Padua, Vicenza, Naples, Salerno, Modena and Parma; which, in turn, helped to spread culture, and to prepare the ground in which the new vernacular literature would develop. The tenacity of classical traditions, the affection for the memories of Rome, the preoccupation with political interests, particularly shown in the wars of the Lombard communes against the empire of the Hohenstaufens, and a spirit more naturally inclined to practice than to theory combined to influence the development of Italian literature.

    20. Italian Literature: The Tuscan School
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    Learn about the Italian language, grammar, vocabulary and culture Home Why Learn Italian? About me Link to my site ... Contact me Updated 27 March 2008 Tuscany Tuscan poets expanded the scope of the Sicilian school writing not only of love, but also of moral and political issues. Two poets we can mention are Chiaro Davanzati Compiuta Donzella (born 1240). The most important literary movement of the latter half of the XII century was what Dante called the dolce stil nuovo . While acknowledging its debt to the Sicilian poets, it added a new dimension to poetry. His theme was the life of the soul. There was new, more spiritual conception of woman, no longer seen as the daughter of Eve, bearer of original sin, but exalted as an angel of salvation, influenced by the cult of the Virgin Mary. There was a deeper intellectual and philosophical examination of love as the source of moral virtue. Two names we can site are Guido Guinizelli (Ca.1240-Ca. 1276) and

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