Pulci


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Pulci

(Italian ˈpultʃi)
n
(Biography) Luigi (ˈlwiːdʒi). 1432–84, Italian poet. His masterpiece is the comic epic poem Morgante (1483)
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I had already a slight general notion of Italian letters from Leigh Hunt, and from other agreeable English Italianates; and I knew that I wanted to read not only the four great poets, Dante, Petrarch, Ariosto, and Tasso, but that whole group of burlesque poets, Pulci, Berni, and the rest, who, from what I knew of them, I thought would be even more to my mind.
Pulci, "Hybrid recycled glass fiber/wood flour thermoplastic composites: Manufacturing and mechanical characterization," Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, vol.
Una considerazione generale, semmai, verte sul problema delle contaminazioni, visto che molti dei petrarchismi ariosteschi (e questo vale anche per il rapporto con Dante) sono, a loro volta, di origine classica (latina), oppure sono stati filtrati da autori quattrocenteschi quali Pulci, Poliziano e Boiardo.
Un'indubbia simbologia scandisce le tre fasi del racconto: nella prima un veloce aliscafo corre verso l'isola della libertAaAaAeA , nella secon lo spazio edenico si trasforma in una prigione dorata, quando non sfigurata da frane e dalla molestia delle pulci di mare, nella terza il viaggio verso la terraferma AaAaAeA?
Though informing Commedia dell'Arte scenarios, this tradition with its proactive female characters remains unheralded here, as do Venetian multilingual theatre, the work of Henry and Renee Kahane, and the tradition of comic-epic elaborations of the Charlemagne cycle in northern courts (Boiardo, Pulci, Ariosto).
Female protagonists who put their honor, livelihood, and/or lives on the line by speaking truth to (almost invariably male and sometimes political) power and taking destiny into their own hands include the Marchioness of Montferrat (1.5), a lady from Gascony (1.9), the daughter of the King of England (2.3), Zinevra (2.9), Bartolomea (2.10), the wife of Messer Francesco Vergellesi (3.5), Ghismonda (4.1), Andreuola (4.6), the wife of Pietro di Vinciolo (5.10), Monna Nonna de' Pulci (6.3), Madonna Filippa (6.7), and the nun Isabetta (9.2).
En Italia, siguen el ritmo de sus octavas Pulci, Boiardo, Ariosto y Tasso.
(61.) In a letter written by the poet and cleric Matteo Franco to Lorenzo de' Medici in 1475, Matteo complained of Lorenzo's partiality to (Matteo's nemesis) Luigi Pulci, saying "Gigi [Pulci's nickname] e animella delle vostre palle" (is dearer to you than your balls); see Ingeborg Walter, Lorenzo il Magnifico e il suo tempo, trans.
"Chromophores within cellulose absorb the violet and blue range of visible light and largely scatter the yellow and red portions--resulting in the characteristic yellow-brown hue," explains physics professor Olivia Pulci of the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Un tale passaggio comincia con l'Entree d'Espagne, per proseguire col Pulci e, forse ancora piu che con l'Ariosto, col Boiardo (5), che assume nei confronti della fittizia cronaca di Turpino una posizione contraddittoria tra fedelta e presa di distanza (6).