The articles in this issue study the uses and importance of orality in a range of contexts: the sung performance of poems in the piazza, language varieties on stage, the presentation of women’s speech in literary works, spoken and sung devotions, and preaching in the age of the Counter-Reformation. The essays derive from a project, funded by the European Research Council, on Oral Culture, Manuscript and Print in Early Modern Italy.

Oral Culture in Early Modern Italy: Performance, Language, Religion

DALL'AGLIO Stefano;RICHARDSON, BRIAN;
2014

Abstract

The articles in this issue study the uses and importance of orality in a range of contexts: the sung performance of poems in the piazza, language varieties on stage, the presentation of women’s speech in literary works, spoken and sung devotions, and preaching in the age of the Counter-Reformation. The essays derive from a project, funded by the European Research Council, on Oral Culture, Manuscript and Print in Early Modern Italy.
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