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Eu não sou quem pareço', diz Orlando, enfurecido de paixão amorosa. Sua figura tresloucada era o que sobrara do paladino cristão, exemplo de sensatez. Narrada, ou melhor, cantada pela insuperável poesia de Ludovico Ariosto, criador de um universo que...
Excerpt from The Orlando of Ariosto, Vol. 2 of 2: Reduced to XXIV Books; The Narrative Connected, and the Stories Disposed in a Regular Series Behold where ftation'd here, we three prepare At eaf'c fix hundred men in arms to dare, That by our love...sob encomenda
Charlemagnes nephew Orlando (AKA Roland) is driven insane by the infidelity of his beloved Angelica. Angelicas relationship with him and others loosely unifies multiple story lines to produce a rich tapestry of romance, fictionalized history, and...R$ 24,90
Excerpt from Orlando Furioso Nor was the ominous element unjust, For the true laurel wreath which Glory weaves Is of the tree no bolt of thunder cleaves, And the false semblance but disgraced his brow; Yet still, if fondly Superstition grieves. About...sob encomenda
Excerpt from Orlando Furioso, Vol. 1 Should the world fmile on my endeavours, and encourage this fmall edition o'fario/lo, I may poﬂlbly print one with a full account of, and remarks on, that divine Author, with his life, and many more things that...sob encomenda
Excerpt from The Orlando Furioso, Vol. 6 That which the heart aye sees, though undiscerned Of human eye, we can support in peace. To him long absent, to his love returned, A longer absence is but joy's increase. Service may be endured, though nought...sob encomenda
Excerpt from Orlando Furioso, Vol. 2: In Italian and English X 7110 on the glew of love once fets his foot, Let him get off, before his wings it touch For love a fort of madnefs is, no doubt. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of...sob encomenda
`I sing of knights and ladies, of love and arms, of courtly chivalry, of courageous deeds.' So begins Ariosto's Orlando Furioso (1532), the culmination of the chivalric legends of Charlemagne and the Saracen invasion of France. It is a brilliantly...sob encomenda
This is the most celebrated work of Italian Renaissance that took its poet almost sixteen years to complete, before it was published in 1532. The narrative poem is an account of the conflicts between the Moors and Christians, and narrates how...
Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533), one of Italy's greatest poets, was a leading figure of sixteenth-century Italian humanism. After some years working in the household of Cardinal Ippolito d'Este, to whom he dedicated his dazzling romance epic Orlando...pré-venda
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The appearance of David Slavitt's translation of 'Orlando Furioso', one of the great literary achievements of the Italian Renaissance, is a publishing event. With this translation, Slavitt introduces readers to Ariosto's now neglected masterpiece, a...
Excerpt from Orlando Furioso, Vol. 3 of 5: Translated From the Italian The champion of the Amazons difeovers himfelf to be Guido of' the houfe of Clarmont, and gives an account of the hifiory and firli eﬂablifhment of the Amazon Government. The...