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Vergil in the Middle Ages - Comparetti, Domenico
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PRINCETON UNIV PR], From its first complete Italian printing in 1872 up to the present day, Domenico Comparetti's Vergil in the Middle Ages has been acknowledged as a masterpiece, regarded by some critics as "a true and proper history of European consciousness from antiquity to Dante." Treating Vergil's poetry as a foundation of Latin European identity, Comparetti seeks to give a complete history of the medieval conception of the preeminent poet. Scholars of the time had transformed Vergil into a sage and a seer, a type of universal philosopher--even a Christian poet and a guide of a Christian poet. In the mid-twelfth century, there surfaced legends that converted Vergil into a magician, endowing him with supernatural powers. Comparetti explores the ongoing interest in Vergil's poetry as it appeared in popular folklore and legends as well as in medieval classical scholarship. This great synthesizing work, which has been unavailable for over twenty years, is now back in print, based on E.F.M. Benecke's 1895 translation of the Italian second edition. Comparetti begins with the period in which Vergil lived and goes on to evaluate how the later images, particularly the legends, of Vergil coincide with the more scholarly accounts of his life. The result is a grand sweep of literary history from the first century B.C.E. through the end of the Middle Ages, with implications for the nineteenth century and the rise of Italian nationalism. Table of contents: Introduction Jan M. Ziolkowski Author's Preface to the First Edition PART I THE VERGIL OF LITERARY TRADITION CHAPTER I.--Importance for Vergil's reputation of the Aeneid. Predilection of the Romans for Epic Poetry. National character of the Aeneid, and its connection with the Roman sentiment. First impressions produced by the Poem CHAPTER II.--Value of the grammatical, rhetorical and erudite elements in the Poem, and importance of these features from the conteemporary point of view. Nature of the earliest critical works on Vergil, and character of the first judgments passed on him CHAPTER III.--Proofs of the Poet's popularity in the best days of the Empire. Vergil in the schools and the grammatical treatises CHAPTER IV.--Vergil in the rhetorical schools. Reaction in favour of the earlier writers effect of this upon Vergil Fronto and his followers, Aulus Gellius. Veneration felt for Vergil the Sortes Vergilianae CHAPTER V.--The Time of the Decadence. Popularity of Vergil. The Centos. The Commentators, Aelius, Donatus and Servius. Philosophical interpretations. Exaggerations of the historical allegory in the Bucolics. Vergil regarded as a rhetorician the rhetorical commentary of Tib. Cl. Donatus. Macrobius, the idea of Vergil's omniscience and infallibility. Vergil as an authority on grammar Donatus and Priscian. Nature of Vergil's reputation at the downfall of the Empire CHAPTER VI.--Christianity and the Middle Ages. Survival of the ancient scholastic traditions the limits of this. Vergil as the incarnation of grammar. Position of Vergil and the other classical pagan writers in the midst of enthusiasm for christianity CHAPTER VII.--Vergil as prophet of Christ CHAPTER VIII.--The philosophical allegory. Nature and causes of the allegorical interpretation of Vergil Fulgentius Bernard de Chartres John of Salisbury Dante CHAPTER IX.--Grammatical and rhetorical studies in the Middle Ages use made of Vergil in these CHAPTER X.--The Vergilian biography its vicissitudes literary legends as to his life distinction betwen these and the popular legends. Rhetorical exercises in verse on Vergilian themes CHAPTER XI.--Medieval Latin poetry in classical form. Small success of the monks in this kind of poetry. Rhythmical poetry CHAPTER XII.--Clerical conception of antiquity in the Middle Ages. Vergil's position in this conception CHAPTER XIII.--The causes that led to the Renaissance. The reawakening of the Laity. Popular literature. The features in this peculiar to Italy CHAPTER XIV.--Dante. Character and tendency of his intellectual activity. Limits of his classical culture. The points in this where he approaches the medieval monks and where he differs from them. Consideration of the degree to which he was a forerunner of the Renaissance. His felling for classical poetry. The ancient Roman Empire and Dante's Italian partriotism. Reason of the sympathy between Dante and Vergil. The bello stile of Dante and Vergil CHAPTER XV.--Vergil in the Divina Commedia. Historical and symbolical reasons for his appearance there. Why Vergil, and not Aristotle, is Dante's guide. Points of difference between Dante's type of Vergil and that usual in the Middle Ages. Elimination of certain features, idealisation of others. Vergil and Christianity in Dante's poem. The nature of Vergil's omniscience there. The prophecy of Christ. The relation between Vergil and Statius. Vergil and Dante's ideal Empire CHAPTER XVI.--Vergil in the Dolopathos. The merging of the scholastic tradition in the popular PART II THE VERGIL OF POPULAR LEGEND CHAPTER I.--Relation of romantic literature to the classical tradition. Classical antiquity romanticised. The Romance of Aeneas. The Dolopathos. The Magician and the Sage in medieval works of the imagination. Italy and the romances. Legend of Vergil as magician originates among the common people at Naples. It invades romantic and erudite literature CHAPTER II.--The legend at Naples in the Twelfth Century. Conradvon Querfurt, Gervasius of Tilbury, Alexander Neckam CHAPTER III.--Nature and causes of the Neapolitan legend. The legend at Montevergine. Its relation to the historical tradition CHAPTER IV.--Spread of the legend outside Italy CHAPTER V.--The seat of Vergil's legendary activity transferred to Rome. The Salvatio Romae CHAPTER VI.--Development of the legend during the Thirteenth Century. Image du Monde, Roman des Sept Sages, Cleomades, Renart Contrefait, Gesta Romanorum, Jans Enenkel CHAPTER VII.--Combination of the idea of Vergil as prophet of Christ with that of Vergil as magician. Vergil and the Sibyl in the mysteries. Vergil as prophet of Christ and the Salvatio Romae Roman de Vespasien. Legends relative to Vergil's magic book. Abstract expression of the idea of Vergil as magician in the Philosophia of Pseudo-Virgilius Cordubensis. The idea of magician completed with biographical particulars. Sporadic Portions of the legend CHAPTER VIII.--Vergil and Women. The story of the chest. The Bocca della Verita CHAPTER IX.--Fate of the legend in Italy Cronica di Partenope, Ruggieri Pugliese, Boccaccio, Cino da Pistoja, Antonio Pucci. The legend at Rome. The legend at Mantua. Buonamente Aliprandi. Relation of the legends to the ancient biography CHAPTER X.--Collections of the legends relative to Vergil. Les Faits merveilleux de Virgile. The Fleur des histoires of Jean d'Outremeuse. Romance de Virgilio. Gradual disappearance of the legends from literature after the Sixteenth Century. Their survival among the common people in the south of Italy up to the present day 392 pages - 8 x 5 in Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: PRINCETON UNIV PR], From its first complete Italian printing in 1872 up to the present day, Domenico Comparetti's Vergil in the Middle Ages has been acknowledged as a masterpiece, regarded by some critics as "a true and proper history of European consciousness from antiquity to Dante." Treating Vergil's poetry as a foundation of Latin European identity, Comparetti seeks to give a complete history of the medieval conception of the preeminent poet. Scholars of the time had transformed Vergil into a sage and a seer, a type of universal philosopher--even a Christian poet and a guide of a Christian poet. In the mid-twelfth century, there surfaced legends that converted Vergil into a magician, endowing him with supernatural powers. Comparetti explores the ongoing interest in Vergil's poetry as it appeared in popular folklore and legends as well as in medieval classical scholarship. This great synthesizing work, which has been unavailable for over twenty years, is now back in print, based on E.F.M. Benecke's 1895 translation of the Italian second edition. Comparetti begins with the period in which Vergil lived and goes on to evaluate how the later images, particularly the legends, of Vergil coincide with the more scholarly accounts of his life. The result is a grand sweep of literary history from the first century B.C.E. through the end of the Middle Ages, with implications for the nineteenth century and the rise of Italian nationalism. Table of contents: Introduction Jan M. Ziolkowski Author's Preface to the First Edition PART I THE VERGIL OF LITERARY TRADITION CHAPTER I.--Importance for Vergil's reputation of the Aeneid. Predilection of the Romans for Epic Poetry. National character of the Aeneid, and its connection with the Roman sentiment. First impressions produced by the Poem CHAPTER II.--Value of the grammatical, rhetorical and erudite elements in the Poem, and importance of these features from the conteemporary point of view. Nature of the earliest critical works on Vergil, and character of the first judgments passed on him CHAPTER III.--Proofs of the Poet's popularity in the best days of the Empire. Vergil in the schools and the grammatical treatises CHAPTER IV.--Vergil in the rhetorical schools. Reaction in favour of the earlier writers effect of this upon Vergil Fronto and his followers, Aulus Gellius. Veneration felt for Vergil the Sortes Vergilianae CHAPTER V.--The Time of the Decadence. Popularity of Vergil. The Centos. The Commentators, Aelius, Donatus and Servius. Philosophical interpretations. Exaggerations of the historical allegory in the Bucolics. Vergil regarded as a rhetorician the rhetorical commentary of Tib. Cl. Donatus. Macrobius, the idea of Vergil's omniscience and infallibility. Vergil as an authority on grammar Donatus and Priscian. Nature of Vergil's reputation at the downfall of the Empire CHAPTER VI.--Christianity and the Middle Ages. Survival of the ancient scholastic traditions the limits of this. Vergil as the incarnation of grammar. Position of Vergil and the other classical pagan writers in the midst of enthusiasm for christianity CHAPTER VII.--Vergil as prophet of Christ CHAPTER VIII.--The philosophical allegory. Nature and causes of the allegorical interpretation of Vergil Fulgentius Bernard de Chartres John of Salisbury Dante CHAPTER IX.--Grammatical and rhetorical studies in the Middle Ages use made of Vergil in these CHAPTER X.--The Vergilian biography its vicissitudes literary legends as to his life distinction betwen these and the popular legends. Rhetorical exercises in verse on Vergilian themes CHAPTER XI.--Medieval Latin poetry in classical form. Small success of the monks in this kind of poetry. Rhythmical poetry CHAPTER XII.--Clerical conception of antiquity in the Middle Ages. Vergil's position in this conception CHAPTER XIII.--The causes that led to the Renaissance. The reawakening of the Laity. Popular literature. The features in this peculiar to Italy CHAPTER XIV.--Dante. Character and tendency of his intellectual activity. Limits of his classical culture. The points in this where he approaches the medieval monks and where he differs from them. Consideration of the degree to which he was a forerunner of the Renaissance. His felling for classical poetry. The ancient Roman Empire and Dante's Italian partriotism. Reason of the sympathy between Dante and Vergil. The bello stile of Dante and Vergil CHAPTER XV.--Vergil in the Divina Commedia. Historical and symbolical reasons for his appearance there. Why Vergil, and not Aristotle, is Dante's guide. Points of difference between Dante's type of Vergil and that usual in the Middle Ages. Elimination of certain features, idealisation of others. Vergil and Christianity in Dante's poem. The nature of Vergil's omniscience there. The prophecy of Christ. The relation between Vergil and Statius. Vergil and Dante's ideal Empire CHAPTER XVI.--Vergil in the Dolopathos. The merging of the scholastic tradition in the popular PART II THE VERGIL OF POPULAR LEGEND CHAPTER I.--Relation of romantic literature to the classical tradition. Classical antiquity romanticised. The Romance of Aeneas. The Dolopathos. The Magician and the Sage in medieval works of the imagination. Italy and the romances. Legend of Vergil as magician originates among the common people at Naples. It invades romantic and erudite literature CHAPTER II.--The legend at Naples in the Twelfth Century. Conradvon Querfurt, Gervasius of Tilbury, Alexander Neckam CHAPTER III.--Nature and causes of the Neapolitan legend. The legend at Montevergine. Its relation to the historical tradition CHAPTER IV.--Spread of the legend outside Italy CHAPTER V.--The seat of Vergil's legendary activity transferred to Rome. The Salvatio Romae CHAPTER VI.--Development of the legend during the Thirteenth Century. Image du Monde, Roman des Sept Sages, Cleomades, Renart Contrefait, Gesta Romanorum, Jans Enenkel CHAPTER VII.--Combination of the idea of Vergil as prophet of Christ with that of Vergil as magician. Vergil and the Sibyl in the mysteries. Vergil as prophet of Christ and the Salvatio Romae Roman de Vespasien. Legends relative to Vergil's magic book. Abstract expression of the idea of Vergil as magician in the Philosophia of Pseudo-Virgilius Cordubensis. The idea of magician completed with biographical particulars. Sporadic Portions of the legend CHAPTER VIII.--Vergil and Women. The story of the chest. The Bocca della Verita CHAPTER IX.--Fate of the legend in Italy Cronica di Partenope, Ruggieri Pugliese, Boccaccio, Cino da Pistoja, Antonio Pucci. The legend at Rome. The legend at Mantua. Buonamente Aliprandi. Relation of the legends to the ancient biography CHAPTER X.--Collections of the legends relative to Vergil. Les Faits merveilleux de Virgile. The Fleur des histoires of Jean d'Outremeuse. Romance de Virgilio. Gradual disappearance of the legends from literature after the Sixteenth Century. Their survival among the common people in the south of Italy up to the present day 392 pages - 8 x 5 in Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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From its first complete Italian printing in 1872 up to the present day, Domenico Comparetti's Vergil in the Middle Ages has been acknowledged as a masterpiece, regarded by some critics as "a true and proper history of European consciousness from antiquity to Dante". Treating Vergil's poetry as a foundation of Latin European identity, Comparetti seeks to give a complete history of the medieval conception of the preeminent poet. Scholars of the time had transformed Vergil into a sage and a seer, a type of universal philosopher - even a Christian poet and a guide of a Christian poet. In the mid-twelfth century, there surfaced legends that converted Vergil into a magician, endowing him with supernatural powers. Comparetti explores the ongoing interest in Vergil's poetry as it appeared in popular folklore and legends as well as in medieval classical scholarship. This great synthesizing work, which has been unavailable for over twenty years, is now back in print, based on E.F.M. Benecke's 1895 translation of the Italian second edition. Comparetti begins with the period in which Vergil lived and goes on to evaluate how the later images, particularly the legends, of Vergil coincide with the more scholarly accounts of his life. The result is a grand sweep of literary history from the first century B.C.E. through the end of the Middle Ages, with implications for the nineteenth century. In his introduction, Jan Ziolkowski places the creation of the book in historical context, considering how such events as the Risorgimento shaped the author's notion of Latin identity.

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