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Italian Poetry to 1601

By Various

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Book Id: WPLBN0000661272
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Italian Poetry to 1601  
Author: Various
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Literature, Poetry
Collections: Tony Kline Collection
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Various,, & A.S. Klin, T. B. (n.d.). Italian Poetry to 1601. Retrieved from http://www.worldebookfair.com/


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Classic Literature

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Excerpt: Jacopo Da Lentino (c1200-1250). I have placed my heart in God?s service So that I might ascend to Heaven, To the holy place where I have heard, There?s always laughter, joy and fun: I?d not want to go without my Lady, Of the clear brow, and golden hair, Without her I could never be happy, Separated from my Lady fair. But I do not speak with real intent Of committing any sin if I should say, I?ll not see her lovely movement, Her gentle look and lovely face: For I would be utterly content, To find her there, glorious to my gaze.

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Contents Jacopo Da Lentino (c1200-1250)............................. 5 I have placed my heart in God’s service ................ 5 Pier Della Vigne (1190-1249?)................................ 6 Love in whom I hope and desire, ........................... 6 Anonymous.............................................................. 8 Go now my love, goodbye now, ............................ 8 Guido Cavalcanti (c1255-1300)............................... 9 You have, in you, the leaves and flowers .............. 9 Who is this that comes and all admire her, .......... 10 Fresh new rose ..................................................... 11 O, my lady, have you not seen One ..................... 14 Deep in thoughts of love, I came ......................... 15 As I’ve no hope of returning ever, ....................... 18 Lapo Gianni (c1250-1328?)................................... 21 The thought my heart nourishes is sweet, ............ 21 Cino Da Pistoia (c1270-1337) ............................... 23 In the meadow I gaze at each white flower, ......... 23 I was on the high and blessed hill, ....................... 24 Dante Alighieri (1265-1321).................................. 25 Guido, I wish that Lapo, you, and I, .................... 25 Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375) .......................... 26 Now, my dear lord, you are gone......................... 26

 

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