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«Figli, vi lascio! E nel lasciarvi tremo»: sui domestici lutti poetici delle “pastorelle” d’Arcadia


Crivelli, Tatiana (2008). «Figli, vi lascio! E nel lasciarvi tremo»: sui domestici lutti poetici delle “pastorelle” d’Arcadia. Rassegna Europea di Letteratura Italiana, 15(29/30):109-124.

Abstract

The essay analyzes grief poems written between 18th and 19th century by female authors of the Arcadia's Academy in Rome

The essay analyzes grief poems written between 18th and 19th century by female authors of the Arcadia's Academy in Rome

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Romance Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:800 Literature, rhetoric & criticism
470 Latin & Italic languages
410 Linguistics
440 French & related languages
460 Spanish & Portuguese languages
450 Italian, Romanian & related languages
Uncontrolled Keywords:Arcadia, Italian poetry, women's writing
Language:Italian
Date:2008
Deposited On:28 Nov 2008 08:14
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 12:36
Publisher:Fabrizio Serra Editore
ISSN:1122-5580
Official URL:http://digital.casalini.it/18246818
Other Identification Number:1824-6818

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