Petrarca


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Pe·trarch

 (pē′trärk′, pĕt′rärk′) or Pe·trar·ca (pĕ-trär′kä), Francesco 1304-1374.
Italian poet, scholar, and humanist who is famous for Canzoniere, a collection of love lyrics.

Pe·trarch′an (pĭ-trär′kən) adj.
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The Highway Loss Data Institute, an affiliate of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, has named Michael Petrarca as the chairman of its Board of Directors.
Hogan and her partner and co-owner at Tonic Design, Vincent Petrarca, have been the recipients of the Sir Walter Awards four times, most recently for renovating/renewing the building at 1700 Glenwood Avenue that now houses Form & Function, the building owners' retail shop.
Detto in modo piU semplice: la prima mostra quanto sia difficile prendere alla lettera quel che Petrarca scrive anche, anzi soprattutto quando afferma cose relative alla propria biografia, ma ciononostante la seconda parte intende tracciare un profilo biografico basato su documenti in grandissima misura autobiografici, ma anche fortemente pregiudicati dalla nozione che siano poco attendibili quanto alla veridicita storica.
Contract award notice: petrarca strae 1, erich kstner realschule; maintenance and glass cleaning.
The Huffington Post recently quoted Douglas Elliman broker Vinnie Petrarca as saying that the "previous owners paid too much and borrowed too much.
Mi nombre es Petrarca, Francesco Petrarca, y el abad sabe de mi venida hasta aqui.
This edition of the letters written by Petrarca in his old age is part of the Edizione nazionale delle opere di Francesco Petrarca.
Antoni CG (1983) Esperienze stilistiche petrose da Dante e al Petrarca.
collects 19 essays and articles first published between 1983 and 2010 on two pillars of the Italian Renaissance: Francesco Petrarca, or Petrarch (1304-74) and Leon Battista Alberti (1404-72).
Se trata del poema CXC del Cancionero de Petrarca, en el que el sujeto lirico describe la contemplacion de una cierva blanca portadora de un collar en el cual se lee "Nessum mi tocchi [.
El autor se detiene a lo largo de su estudio, en la forma que tiene Petrarca de hablar de la figura de Pablo y de sus cartas.
En su breve estudio, sin embargo, no habia espacio para considerar el significado mas amplio de las Parcas Plutonianas en los comentarios, la literatura imaginativa o las artes visuales del periodo, lo cual podria arrojar luz, no solo sobre la imagen de las hadas hilanderas, sino tambien sobre la influencia de Petrarca en la tragicomedia.