ACTA Volume #5

The Early Renaissance

Edited by Aldo S. Bernardo

Subjects: History, Medieval Studies
Imprint: Distribution Partners
Paperback : 9781438438412, 171 pages, January 1978

Table of contents

1. Florence and Rome, the two cities of Man in The Divine Comedy
Joan Ferrante, Columbia University
2. The Rod of Tiresias: Dante’s Metamorphosis of Ovid – Inf. XX 44
Robert Hollander, Princeton University
3. The Significance of Judas in Giotto’s Arena Chapel Frecoes
Jame Czarnecki, SUNY Potsdam
4. The Erculean Addition to Ferrara: Contemporary Reactions and Pragmatic Considerations
Charles Rosenberg, SUNY Brockport
5. The Apology of Women in La Chasse et le Départ d’Amours (1509): Another Voice in the “Querelle de la Femme”
Mary Beth Marvin, SUNY Albany
6. Tragic Patterns in Malory’s Morte Darthur: Medieval Narrative as Literary Myth
Maureen Fries, SUNY Fredonia
7. “Flyting No Reason Hath”: The Inverted Rhetoric of Abuse
David Lampe, State University College at Buffalo
8. Sir Thomas Elyot and “Noble Homere”
Dale Hale, SUNY Brockport
9. The Concept “Book” in Spanish Literature from 1300 to 1500
Colbert Neapaulsingh, SUNY Albany