Letters On Familiar Matters (Rerum Familiarium Libri): Vol. 1: Books I-Viii

 Letters on Familiar Matters (Rerum Familiarium Libri): Vol. 1: Books I-VIII PDF ePub fb2 book

This translation makes available for the first time to English-speaking readers Petrarch's earliest and perhaps most important collection of prose letters. They were written for the most part between 1325 and 1366, and were organized into the present collection of twenty-four books between 1345 and 1366. The collection represents a portrait of the artist as a young man seen through the eyes of the...

Paperback: 472 pages
Publisher: Italica Press (August 25, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781599100005
ISBN-13: 978-1599100005
ASIN: 1599100002
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This household is a kingdom, and it is a kingdom prepared from the foundation of the world. Also now available are the promised pair of MPW complete books, with one providing the storyline and the other compiling the 27 Endnotes. You said it was okay, but is this really what you wanted. An easy and very entertaining read, despite it's length, that delves into the 14th century in great detail. Ten years later, Black’s past is about to catch up with him. ebook Letters On Familiar Matters (Rerum Familiarium Libri): Vol. 1: Books I-Viii Pdf. It's rather quiet and lonely at first, but as they begin to explore their unusual surroundings the Moomins discover some funny and surprising new things about themselves. I didn't get the sense that this was a larger world, everything seemed circumscribed and stylized. The book is well written and packed with information. Haven't read the book since I was a teen, but it's excellent. A most enjoyable and thought provoking collection - highly recommended. The idea that the Chinese would save America and love Americans is fantasy at its worst. wife talks about what she reads, good book.
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ist. Whether in the writing of poetry, or being crowned poet laureate, or in confessing his faults, describing the dissolution of the kingdom of Naples, summoning up the grandeur of ancient Rome, or in writing to pope or emperor, Petrarch was always the consummate artist, deeply concerned with creating a desired effect by means of a dignified gracefulness, and always conscious that his private life and thoughts could be the object of high art and public interest. As early as 1436 Leonardo Bruni wrote in his Life of Petrarch: "Petrarch was the first man to have had a sufficiently fine mind to recognize the gracefulness of the lost ancient style and to bring it back to life." It was indeed the very style or manner in which Petrarch consciously sought to create the impression of continuity with the past that was responsible for the enormous impact he made on subsequent generations. This complete translation by Aldo S. Bernardo has long been out of print and is reproduced here in its entirety in three volumes. Introduction, notes, bibliography. Vol. 1 includes Books I-VIII.