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The Resource Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli, riuisto e ampliato da Panico Granacci, cittadini di Firenze, e Accademici della Crusca ; nel quale si mostra, che non importa, che la storia sia vera, e quistionasi per incidenza alcuna cosa contra la poesia

Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli, riuisto e ampliato da Panico Granacci, cittadini di Firenze, e Accademici della Crusca ; nel quale si mostra, che non importa, che la storia sia vera, e quistionasi per incidenza alcuna cosa contra la poesia

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Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli
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Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli
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riuisto e ampliato da Panico Granacci, cittadini di Firenze, e Accademici della Crusca ; nel quale si mostra, che non importa, che la storia sia vera, e quistionasi per incidenza alcuna cosa contra la poesia
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Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ovver paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli
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Dialogue written by Lionardo Salviati, in which the participants--Il Lasca, as Anton Francesco Grazzini was known in the Accademia degli Intronati, and fellow academy member Giovan Battista Deti--debate the merits of historiography and poetry.
Cataloging source
WEL
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 28292
  • no. 732
  • page 555
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • Gamba, B. Serie dei testi di lingua
  • Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
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no index present
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non fiction
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I.M. Werner summarizes the polemic positions of the two participants, which in some places can seem contradictory: Deti attacks poetry, which he views as mere social entertainment, lacking the lofty purposes of historiography, and purely decorative in nature. He sees the weaknesses of poetry, "una pessima arte," leading to moral corruption. In turn, Il Lasca emphasizes the pleasure that poetry can bring, and argues that it also raises the moral level of the spirit, and educates the mind, showing people the path of virtue and the consequences of vice and weakness. Werner goes on to state that "The ideas Salviati expresses through Lasca clearly echo Aristotle's Poetics." See I.M. Werner, Antonfrancesco Grazzini "Il Lasca," 1505-1584, and the Burlesque: Poetry, Performance and Academic Practive in Sixteenth-Century Florence, pages 201-206 (available via dspace.com)
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Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli, riuisto e ampliato da Panico Granacci, cittadini di Firenze, e Accademici della Crusca ; nel quale si mostra, che non importa, che la storia sia vera, e quistionasi per incidenza alcuna cosa contra la poesia
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  • Ormannozzo Rigogoli and Panico Granacci are pseudonyms of Lionardo Salviati; see EDIT 16
  • Printer statement from colophon
  • Signatures: A-C8 D2
  • Last page is blank
  • Woodcuts: Manzani's device on title-page, featuring the Medici coat of arms flanked by a lion and a wolf; white floriated initials
  • Text printed in italic type, arranged as a dialogue, with speakers identified by initials
  • Dedicatory preface addressed to the members of the Accademia degli Intronati is dated Feb. 14, 1583 ("il di di Carnouale dell'anno 1583) in Florence
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
50, [2] pages
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
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  • Spec. Coll. copy: bound in contemporary [?] vellum over wooden boards; gold-stamped blue and red leather spine strips, with title "Salviati. Il Lasca dialogo" and date "1584;" small printed booklabel on front pastedown of Count Giacomo Manzoni, above large cream and blue illustrated bookplate of Sergio Colombi, with his motto "Perche giammai tedio no provi;" bibliographic notes in pencil by former owner Giuseppe Manzini and ownership inscription of avvocato Leone del Prete, editor and scholar of Italian poetry and language on front endleaf. Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1998.
  • Vellum. (Authorship ascribed by dealer.) Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1998.
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  • (OCoLC)16158028
  • ucoclc16158028
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Il Lasca dialogo, cruscata, ouuer paradosso d'Ormannozzo Rigogoli, riuisto e ampliato da Panico Granacci, cittadini di Firenze, e Accademici della Crusca ; nel quale si mostra, che non importa, che la storia sia vera, e quistionasi per incidenza alcuna cosa contra la poesia
Publication
Manufacture
Note
  • Ormannozzo Rigogoli and Panico Granacci are pseudonyms of Lionardo Salviati; see EDIT 16
  • Printer statement from colophon
  • Signatures: A-C8 D2
  • Last page is blank
  • Woodcuts: Manzani's device on title-page, featuring the Medici coat of arms flanked by a lion and a wolf; white floriated initials
  • Text printed in italic type, arranged as a dialogue, with speakers identified by initials
  • Dedicatory preface addressed to the members of the Accademia degli Intronati is dated Feb. 14, 1583 ("il di di Carnouale dell'anno 1583) in Florence
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
50, [2] pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy: bound in contemporary [?] vellum over wooden boards; gold-stamped blue and red leather spine strips, with title "Salviati. Il Lasca dialogo" and date "1584;" small printed booklabel on front pastedown of Count Giacomo Manzoni, above large cream and blue illustrated bookplate of Sergio Colombi, with his motto "Perche giammai tedio no provi;" bibliographic notes in pencil by former owner Giuseppe Manzini and ownership inscription of avvocato Leone del Prete, editor and scholar of Italian poetry and language on front endleaf. Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1998.
  • Vellum. (Authorship ascribed by dealer.) Purchase, Bennett Gilbert, 1998.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)16158028
  • ucoclc16158028

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