Petrarchism


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Petrarchism

a style of writing that is modeled after that of Petrarch. — Petrarchist, n. — Petrarchan, adj.
See also: Literary Style
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Petrarchism

[ˈpetrɑːkɪzəm] Npetrarquismo m
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In european and English tradition of petrarchism, transformed into its opposite of anti-petrarchism, a long way lead to this text in 1590s.
This is not a radical departure from traditional Petrarchism, as DuBrow notes in Echoes of Desire: English Petrarchism and Its Counterdiscourses: "This tempestuous tossing back and forth between representations of success and failure, agency and impotence, and control and helplessness is, then, at the core of Petrarch's poetry and that of many of his followers as well.
Writing Beloveds: Humanist Petrarchism and the Politics of Gender.
In the cultural sphere, the spread of humanism and Petrarchism provided new, and thus in some senses liberating, but also imitative, and therefore stultifying, paradigms.
Further, Berni wrote a Dialogue Against Poets in which he chastised the empty poetic project of Petrarchism.
Hertel tests his argument against such familiar touchstones as John Knox's "monstrous regiment of women," Queen Elizabeth's speech to her troops at Tilbury, the Ditchley portrait, Kantorowicz on the king's two bodies, Laqueur on the one-sex model of gender difference, male womb envy, and the gender politics of English Petrarchism.
Moore, Desiring Voices: Women Sonneteers and Petrarchism (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000), 3.
The second part, "Constructing the Narrator," uses the narratological ideas developed in part 1 to demonstrate the growing narrative complexity of the madrigal genre across the sixteenth century through the lens of Petrarchism, and the third part, "Staging the Self," looks at how this complexity reaches its final stage in Monteverdi's "Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda" and L'incoronazione di Popped.
Analysing the ways his biography and writings were adopted and familiarized in the country, the author of the article attempts to answer the question whether the notion petrarchism is applicable to Russia.
lt;<Three Examples of Petrarchism in Quevedo's Heraclito cristiano>>, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 68, 1981, pp.
Colleagues and former students mark the retirement of Italian literature scholar Kleinhenz with 28 essays on medieval romances between France and Italy, interpretations and reception of Dante's minor works, interpretations and reception of Dante's Commedia, the Italian Middle Ages of the 13th and 14th centuries, the Italian Renaissance of the 15th and 16th centuries, and Renaissance Petrarchism and petrarchiste.
13) Dubrow in particular has argued that the Folger manuscript separates and groups poems in particular ways, one of which is the use of the slashed S to represent both Wroth's ambivalent attitude towards Petrarchism, and towards her family inheritance.