This paper traces the intellectual history of the Tuscan poetry of the thirteenth century. In particular, the analysis describes the cultural project derived from the works (poems and letters) and the biography (from politics to religious conversion) of Guittone d'Arezzo. This project was conceived in opposition to that of Brunetto Latini, in competition with the revolutions of the Popolo and in close relationship to the actions of the frati Gaudenti. The successive literary tradition engages critically with this legacy. While the contemporary rejection of Dante has been widely studied in the secondary literature, this paper privileges the responses of Monte Andrea (1270s-80s) and Florentine intellectuals in the 1290s.
|Titolo:||La linea Guittone-Monte e la nuova parola poetica|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Articolo su rivista |