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Extractions: Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533) Italian poet, remembered primarily for his ORLANDO FURIOSO, published in its final version in 1532. Ariosto's work was the most celebrated narrative poem of the Italian high Renaissance. Numerous artists have used its characters and incidents for paintings and musical works. Titian's (c. 1488-1576) painting Portrait of a Gentleman (c. 1512), formerly called Ariosto, presents a young, noble man, who seems to be at the same time approachable and formally restrained. What bit, what iron curb is to be found, (from Orlando Furioso familiare , he was at present when the cardinal ate, he was ready to welcome him whenever he came home, helped him undress, and gave him drinks made of medicinal plants. Gradually Ariosto received higher duties. In 1513 Ariosto met Alessandra Benucci. After the death of her husband, Tito Strozzi, she became Ariosto's mistress.
Extractions: Ascolto in rete: Proemio (1'57") Orlando furioso, e si impegna nell'ambito del teatro di corte, scrivendo e mettendo in scena i primi importanti esperimenti del nuovo teatro volgare, le commedie Cassaria e I Suppositi, Nel 1509 segue il cardinale nella guerra contro Venezia. Nel 1510 si reca a Roma per ottenere la revoca della scomunica inflitta da papa Giulio II al cardinale, ma viene minacciato di essere gettato ai pesci. Nel 1512, insieme al duca Alfonso, vive una romanzesca fuga attraverso gli Appennini, per sottrarsi alle ire del pontefice, deciso a non riconciliarsi con gli Estensi, alleatisi con i francesi nella guerra della Lega Santa. Nel 1516 esce la prima edizione dell' Orlando furioso
Extractions: var GLB_RIS='http://www.masterliness.com';var GLB_RIR='/cincshared/external';var GLB_MMS='http://www.masterliness.com';var GLB_MIR='/site/image';GLB_MML='/'; document.write(''); document.write(''); document.write(''); document.write(''); Science People Non User Locations ... Timeline A2('N'); Index: A B C D ... Z A3('s','.','htm','','N'); Ludovico Ariosto September 8 July 6 ) was a Ferrarese poet, author of the epic poem Orlando furioso ), "Orlando Enraged". He was born at Reggio , in Emilia . His father was Niccolo Ariosto, commander of the citadel of Reggio. He followed a strong inclination to poetry from his earliest years, but was obliged by his father to study the lawa pursuit in which he lost five of the best years of his life. Allowed at last to read classics under Gregorio da Spoleto. But after a short time, studying which he read the best Latin authors, he was deprived of his teacher by Gregorio's removal to France as tutor of Francesco Sforza . Ariosto thus lost the opportunity of learning Greek, as he intended. His father dying soon after, he was compelled forego his literary occupations to undertake the management of the family, whose affairs were in disarray, and to provide for his nine brothers and sisters, one of whom was a cripple. He wrote, however, about this time some comedies in prose and lyrical pieces. Some of these attracted the notice of the cardinal Ippolito d'Este, who took the young poet under his patronage and appointed him one of the gentlemen of his household. This prince made a mockery of the character of a patron of literature. The only reward he gave the poet for
Ludovico Ariosto - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Ludovico Ariosto (8 September 1474 – 6 July 1533) was an Italian poet. He is best known as the author of the romance epic Orlando Furioso (1516). The poem, a continuation of Matteo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludovico_Ariosto
Extractions: Ferrara Italy Nationality Italian Period Renaissance Genres Epic poetry Subjects Chivalry Notable work(s) Orlando Furioso Influences Matteo Maria Boiardo Greek literature Latin literature Influenced Luís de Camões Ludovico Ariosto (8 September 1474 – 6 July 1533) was an Italian poet . He is best known as the author of the romance epic Orlando Furioso (1516). The poem, a continuation of Matteo Maria Boiardo 's Orlando Innamorato , describes the adventures of Charlemagne Orlando , and the Franks as they battle against the Saracens with diversions into many side plots. Ariosto composed the poem in the ottava rima rhyme scheme and introduced narratorial commentary throughout the work. Access to the villa where Ariosto was born Ariosto was born in Reggio Emilia , where his father Niccolò Ariosto was commander of the citadel. He was the oldest of ten children and was seen as the successor to the patriarchal position of his family. From his earliest years, Ludovico was very interested in poetry, but he was obliged by his father to study law.
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Ariosto, Ludovico - Wikisource ARIOSTO, LUDOVICO (14741533) Italian poet, was born at Reggio, in Lombardy, on the 8th of September 1474. His father was Niccolo Ariosto, commander of the citadel of Reggio. http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/1911_Encyclopædia_Britannica/Ariosto,_Ludovico
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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ludovico Ariosto Son of Nicolo Ariosto, Governor of Reggio, and Daria Malaguzzi, born at Reggio in Emilia, 8 September, 1474; died at Ferrara, 6 June, 1533. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01712b.htm
Extractions: Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... A > Ludovico Ariosto Called "The Italian Homer". He was the son of Nicolo Ariosto, Governor of Reggio , and Daria Malaguzzi , born at Reggio in Emilia, 8 September, 1474; died at Ferrara , 6 June, 1533. Ludovico was the eldest of ten children, and on the death of his father , in 1500, became head of the family . When nine years of age he composed and acted in the fable "Tisbe". He gave five years to the study of law , and when twenty years old devoted himself to Greek and Latin authors. From 1503, or thereabouts, he was attached to the court of Cardinal Ippolito d'Este, but in 1518 he fell into disfavour with his patron . The Cardinal's brother, Duke Alfonso , then employed Ariosto in various diplomatic missions, in which he conducted himself with tact and skill. From 1522 to 1525 he governed the district of Garfagnana and freed it from the robber-bands which had infested it. In 1530, perhaps, he married a Florentine widow Alessandra Benucci . Ariosto wrote sonnetti and canzoni in the style of Petrarch , and five comedies of which the earliest," La Cassaria", was represented for the first time in 1509, and the latest, "La Scolastica" was completed by his brother Gabriel on the death of the poet. Of more importance are his seven