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Gerusalemme liberataLa Gerusalemme Liberata , Per Universale Riconoscimento, Il Capolavoro Del Tasso, Un Opera Tuttora Capace Di Appassionare Il Lettore E Di Ispirare Un Incessante Bibliografia Critica Nonch Una Mirabile Illustrazione Pittorica E Musicale L Intreccio E La Contraddizione Fra Norma Sociale, Morale Religiosa E Spirito Di Avventura, Sviluppato Attraverso Straordinarie Peripezie Guerresche E Amorose, Permea Questo Poema In Venti Canti Incentrato Sulla Prima Crociata, Sulla Liberazione Del Santo Sepolcro E Su Personaggi Diventati Immortali, Come Goffredo Di Buglione E Tancredi L Opera Corredata Da Un Puntuale E Utile Apparato Di NoteCanto L Arme Pietose E L Capitanoche L Gran Sepolcro Liber Di Cristo.Molto Egli Opr Co L Senno E Con La Mano,molto Soffr Nel Glorioso Acquisto E In Van L Inferno Vi S Oppose, E In Vanos Arm D Asia E Di Libia Il Popol Misto

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  1. says:

    Nelle partite dell antico sport dell meglioAriostooTasso simile a quello che giocavo da bambino pi forteHulkolaCosa io mi sono sempre presentato con la maglietta dei tassofili, trovandomi tra gli avversari esperti giocatori del passato come Galileo Galilei, che attaccava cos Mi sempre parso e pare che questo poeta Tasso sia nelle sue invenzioni oltre tutti i termini gretto, povero e miserabile e all opposito l Ariosto magnifico, ricco e mirabile e quando mi volgo a considerare i cavalieri con le loro azioni e avvenimenti, come anche tutte l altre favolette di questo poema Gerusalemme liberata , parmi giusto d entrare in uno studietto di qualche ometto curioso, che si sia dilettato di adornarlo di cose che abbiano, o per antichit o per rarit o per altro, del pellegrino, ma che per sieno in effetto coselline, avendosi come saria a dire un granchio petrificato, un camaleonte secco, una mosca e un ragno in gelatina in un pezzo d ambra, alcuni di quei fantoccini di terra che dicono trovarsi ne i sepolcri antichi di Egitto, e cos , in maniera di pittura, qualche schizzetto di Baccio Bandinelli o del Parmigiano, e simili altre cosette ma all incontro quando entro nel Furioso, veggo aprirsi una tribuna, una galleria regia, ornata di cento statue antiche de pi celebri scultori, con infinite storie intere, e le migliori, di pittori illustri, co...


  2. says:

    De dos mil no hay ya ciento l contemplandotanta sangre vertida y tanto muerto,si se est el fuerte pecho lastimandoo acaso teme, yo a decir no acierto.Sin mostrar turbaci n, la voz alzando,Sigamos grita al cielo en rumbo ciertode nuestros compa eros el destino,que con su sangre marcan el camino Jerusal n Libertada de Tasso es un poema pico, imposible que este g nero no me guste, ya tengo muchas experiencias Il ada, Odisea, Eneida, Los Lusiadas, Argon uticas, La Tebaida, Etc Pero hay algunos aspectos que no me han llegado a gustar del todo.La historia narra la Primera Cruzada nica victoriosa de todas las que se emprendi contra los musulmanes empieza pr cticamente con el asedio de Jerusal n Destaca a lo largo del poema Godofredo de Bouill n, noble franc s, jefe de todos los cruzados que es enaltecido con sus innumerables cualidades y magnanimidad a pesar de ser uno de los m s j venes en la vida real Es l el que recibe auxilio permanente de los ngeles y como predestinado por Dios el indicado para reunir a todos los cristianos De otro ...


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    Absolutely beautiful work, and my favorite epic poem hands down I had never heard of this work until I took a class called From Homer to Star Wars in which we, as the name implies, started with Homer s epics, and followed major epics through to Star Wars There are several comments which I wish to make about this incredible piece.1 The poetry is incredible The description of Satan put my hair on end and left me speechless Also, note the brilliance of the description of the soldiers marching blending into the sun at the horizon, wings on their feet and wings in their heart lifting them toward battle I was spellbound The same mastery is found throughout the tale.2 When reading the epics chronologically, note that this is the FIRST of the major epics in which all of the female characters are JUST as developed as the male characters Yes, Penelope is a strong female ...


  4. says:

    A true epic, in scope and delivery and Wickert s work is what every translator should strive for This is a highly fictionalised rendering of the First Crusade s taking of Jerusalem Hints of The Iliad and The Aeneid are everywhere, although Tasso s depiction of war is somber and less heroic His evil council of Hell in turn influenced Milton s Paradise Lost.Godfrey of Bouillon, heroic Tancred and invinci...


  5. says:

    Full review at Vintage Novels Reading Tasso I was struck by how similar epic poems are to the modern epic blockbuster movie Think of the Ridley Scott style oevre You have blithe disregard for historical accuracy, unbelievable feats of arms, and completely apocryphal romance subplots, often starring hilariously waiflike action girls who mow down enemies by the score.Believe it or not, when our forefathers sat down to write blockbuster poems, this was or...


  6. says:

    I can t sing enough praise for these 20 cantos that Tasso laid down for us in 1581 I already thought that Orlando Furioso was a clear cut masterpiece, and this might just be better in terms of late Renaissance epic poetry Glory and tragedy is rendered through poetic stanzas which depict a highly imaginary crusader setting You can open this textbook size book and flip to any given page...


  7. says:

    Grandiose terriblement plaisant.


  8. says:

    Near the end of the year, I was so happy to discover the Renaissance epic Jerusalem Delivered, written by the Italian poet Torquato Tasso Anthony Esolen s translation is quite clear, lucid, and readable I love the battles, the romance, the piety, the free flowing form, the adventures It s all quite great Next year I hope to read Orlando Furioso, which I hear is even funnier and cooler than Tasso s poem I think the adjective I can use to best describe it is C.S Lewis s own adjective edifying Why have we lost the memory of the Italian Renaissance epics If only we rediscovered them They re quite good, if Tasso s engrossing poem is any clue.The scenes of Sophronia s and Olinda s love for one another that is strong as death, of the tyrant Aladine s poisoning the waters of the countryside, the fights of Tancredi and his love Clorinda, the healing of Tancredi by Erminia, the fight between Rinaldo and the Sultan Soliman, the scenes in Armida s Bower of Bliss, the baptism of Clorinda as she dies, the vision of the archangels that Godfrey of Bouillon the poem s chief hero sees as he fights for Jerusalem, the death of the married warrior couple Gildip...


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    Beautiful and captivating, even in the often rhyming verse translation expertly, brilliantly executed by Anthony Esolen I never thought that I d enjoy a verse translation of anything so much.I thought I was reading another tale in the Carolingian Cycle, especially because one of the main characters has the same name as one of Charlemagne s foremost knights, and because Tasso s name constantly occurs beside that of Ludovico Ariosto, author of Orlando Furioso Instead this story takes place during the first Crusade, which is an equally fascinating period The tale is not quite as fantastical as Ariosto s epic, and the tone is definitely graver less playful, but there is still action and intrigue aplenty and there s something ineffable about this epic that makes it a thuroughly pleasurable read Milton and Spenser loved Tasso, and there s a scene around Canto 5 from which John Milton clearly took inspiration for Satan s initial soliloquies in Paradise Lost I guess I shouldn t have been surprised to find that Milton wasn t perfectly original there, already knowing how much he stole from Dante, Homer and Virgil, but who could have expected that he owed so much to Tasso The only question I have now is, where did Torquato Tasso get it Or is he actually the originator In the end, the plot usually follows only one or two separate storylines at once where Orlando Furioso is alwa...


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    In the foreword to his Aeneid, Dryden mentions Tasso s Gerusalemme liberata in the same breath as Homer and Virgil That piqued my interest, and I made an impulse purchase of Anthony Esolen s translation I m glad I did.The poem is primarily a bloody epic about the First Crusade and the siege of Jersualem in 1099 Esolen and Tasso present combat as abrupt, violent, and passionate The descriptions are vivid and varied especially compared to the tedium of, say, Malory s Le Morte d Arthur And while the broader strategy of the war is presented in detail, there are a number of stunning set pieces the night ambush, the Miltonesque rousing of the demonic hordes that capture the imagination directly.But Tasso was a red blooded poet This epic is no sexless Iliad Tancred and Clorinda, Tancred and Erminia, Rinaldo and Armida any one of these is as good as Aeneas and Dido There s the allegorical angle as well, with Godfrey as intellect and Rinaldo as the t...

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