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The Resource Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro

Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro

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Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro
Title
Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro
Title variation
Ragione d'alcvne cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro
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Language
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Summary
First edition of Castelvetro's violent attack on the poetic style of his most bitter enemy, Annibal Caro, and the initial cause of their quarrel.
Cataloging source
UBY
Citation location within source
  • entry 1297 (note)
  • page 150
  • CNCE 10038
Citation source
  • Gamba, B. Serie dei testi di lingua
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Caro then accused Castelvetro of having translated one of Melancthon's books, and denounced him to the religious authorities from whom he only just escaped by fleeing to France, Austria, and Switzerland, where he spent the rest of his life
Label
Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Author identified by Melzi; see Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, volume 2, page 407
  • Imprint information from BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Reprinted in octavo format by Andrea Arrivabene in 1560
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]4 A-Z4 Aa-Ff4
  • Woodcuts: Castelvetro's owl device on title page, with his motto "Kekpika" ("I have decided")
  • Text printed in roman type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • Errata: recto of leaf 116
Dimensions
22 cm (4to)
Extent
[4], 116 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in old pre-binding cartonnage covers, sewn on two leather thongs; manuscript spine title "Castelvetro Ragion." Ownership inscription on front pastedown of Pierantonio Serassi, the celebrated literary critic of Dante, Petrarch, Bembo and others. Purchase, Hesketh & Ward, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13927106
  • ucoclc13927106
Label
Ragione d'alcune cose segnate nella canzone d'Annibal Caro, Venite al'ombra de gran gigli d'oro
Publication
Note
  • Author identified by Melzi; see Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, volume 2, page 407
  • Imprint information from BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Reprinted in octavo format by Andrea Arrivabene in 1560
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]4 A-Z4 Aa-Ff4
  • Woodcuts: Castelvetro's owl device on title page, with his motto "Kekpika" ("I have decided")
  • Text printed in roman type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • Errata: recto of leaf 116
Dimensions
22 cm (4to)
Extent
[4], 116 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in old pre-binding cartonnage covers, sewn on two leather thongs; manuscript spine title "Castelvetro Ragion." Ownership inscription on front pastedown of Pierantonio Serassi, the celebrated literary critic of Dante, Petrarch, Bembo and others. Purchase, Hesketh & Ward, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13927106
  • ucoclc13927106

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