As she moves from an overview to a consideration of particular authors (including Guittone d'Arezzo and Nicolo de' Rossi) and manuscripts, she both demonstrates the narrative and structural subtlety of many of the works and reveals unsuspected phases in a gradual historical shift.q--BOOK JACKET.An alternative reading would be: aquot;But [although] I make it appear to happen against my will, I am becoming indifferent again a aquot; Whether the ... The z sound is often transcribed as a c with a cedilla in this manuscript, and the cedilla may have been dropped in this case. ... The word aquot;maisaquot; was not written by the original scribe, but a sixteenth-century hand (identified as Pietro Bemboa#39;s) made a pair of smallanbsp;...
|Title||:||Assembling the Lyric Self|
|Publisher||:||U of Minnesota Press - 2000|