Mediaeval Spanish Allegory, Volume 4

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Harvard University Press, 1915 - Allegory - 331 pages
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Page 170 - Quest' Ŕ colei, eh' Ŕ tanto posta in croce Pur da color, che le dovrian dar lode, Dandole biasmo a torto e mala voce. Ma ella s' Ŕ beata, e ci˛ non ode : Con 1' altre prime creature lieta Volve sua spera, e beata si gode.
Page 307 - La mia se˝or se va privado, dexa a mi desconortado. Desque la vi fuera del uerto, por poco non fui muerto. Por verdat quisieram' adormir, mas una palometa vi, tan blanca era como la nieve del puerto, volando viene por medio del uerto.
Page 308 - Mas cuando a mi vido estar, entrˇs' en la del malgranar. Un vaso avi' alÝ dorado tray al pie atado. En la fuent quiso entrar quando a mi vido estar en el malgranar quando en el vaso fue entrada, e fue toda bien esfryada, ela que quiso exir festino, vertios' el agua sobre 1
Page 223 - n sulla man si posa Come succisa rosa : II nudo braccio, di dolor colonna. Sente lo raggio che cade dal volto : L'altra man tiene ascosa La faccia lagrimosa ; Discinta e scalza, e sol di sÚ par donna.
Page 3 - I mean by allegory that literary type which crystallizes a more or less abstract idea by presenting it in the concrete form of a fictitious person, thing, or event.
Page 36 - Lorens. The figurative explanation of other abstractions, such as Age, Sorrow, and Poverty, became very fashionable at the opening of the fifteenth century in the hands of Ruy Pßez de Ribera and Villasandino"; aaO, S.
Page 90 - ... contains little that is quite in the line of tradition which we are tracing. In the description of the foundations of the Prison d' Amour we have, however, another instance of allegorical building materials (cf. p. 28, above). These foundations are of precious stones — love-virtues: Car c'est biaute"s, sens et proe'ce, Honors, cortoizie et larguece, Douce raizons, parole estable, Simples regars et amiable, Nobilite's sans felonnie, Acointance sans vilonnie, Biau maintien, biau fait et biel...
Page 4 - If one starts with an actual object and from it receives the suggestion of an idea, one is a symbolist╗.
Page 245 - It is to be classed within the same tradition as the category of sins in the Alexandre, the debates of Body and Soul, or particularly, the debates of just such personifications as Reason and Desire in the works of Buy PÔez de Ribera. It contains some analogies to Fazio degli Uberti's series of sonnets upon the mortal Sins but not close enough to postulate a relationship.
Page 296 - WA Neilson, The Origin and Sources of the Court of Love, Boston 1899, p.

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