XXXVI – REFERENCES

   

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WORKS CITED

  1. Alighieri, Dante. 1295. Vita NuovaDigital DanteDante online.
  2. Alighieri, Dante. De Vulgari EloquentiaDante online.
  3. Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy. Translated by Allen Mandelbaum. New York: Everyman, 1995. Digital Dante.
  4. Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. Guido Cavalcanti: The Other Middle Ages. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. [5. Cavalcanti at the Centre of the Western Canon: Ezra Pound as Reader of Donna me prega, 134-164; Appendix B: The Letters of Ezra Pound and Etienne Gilson, 169-173].
  5. Avanzi, Sofia. “Guido Cavalcanti. La drammatizzazione dell’interiorità e il rinnovamento del lessico lirico.” Tesi laurea, U. di Padova. 2017-28. Free online.
  6. Bacigalupo, Massimo. The Forméd Trace. The Later Poetry of Ezra Pound. New York: Columbia UP, 1980. 82-8, 331-5.
  7. Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Day VI Story IX. Trans. John Payne. New York: Walter Black, n.d. 309-311. Project Gutenberg. The Cantos Project.
  8. Burrascano, Nino. I misteri di Mithra nell’antica Roma. Roma: Tinto editore, 1929. [Biblioteca dei curiosi, no. 43]
  9. Bush, Ronald. “La Filosofica Famiglia: Cavalcanti, Avicenna, and the ‘Form’ of Ezra Pound’s Pisan Cantos.” Textual Practice 24.4 (2010): 669-705.
  10. Byron, Mark. “Canto XXXVI and Cavalcanti’s ‘Donna mi prega.’” In Pound’s Eriugena. London: Bloomsbury 2014. 30-50.
  11. Del Garbo, Dino. 1327. [Commentary on Donna mi prega.] Latin text edited with introduction and English translation by Otto Bird. Part I: Mediaeval Studies 2 (1940): 150-203. Part II: Mediaeval Studies 3 (1941): 117-60.
  12. Epifania, Giovanna. “Cavalcanti’s ‘Canzone d’Amore’ and Pound’s Translation Strategies in Canto 36.” ROMA/AMOR: Ezra Pound, Rome, and Love. Eds. William Pratt and Caterina Ricciardi. New York: AMS Press, 2013. 145-58.
  13. Fiorentino, Francesco. “Prima età della scolastica. Giovanni Scoto Erigena.” In Manuale di storia della filosofia. 1879-81. 3 vols. Napoli: La scuola di Pitagora editrice, 2007. II : 61-67. The Cantos Project.
  14. Gallup, Donald. Ezra Pound. A Bibliography. Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1983.
  15. Gilson, Étienne. Rev. of Guido Cavalcanti Rime, ed. Ezra Pound. Criterion 1922-1939. Ed. T. S. Eliot. London: Faber, 1967. Vol. 12 (October 1932-July 1933): 106-12. Reprinted in Ezra Pound: The Critical Heritage. Ed. Eric Homberger. Abingdon: Routledge, 1972. 273-9.
  16. Henriksen, Line. “‘Chiaroscuro’: Canto 36 and ‘Donna Mi Prega.’” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 29.3 (Winter 2000): 33-57.
  17. Hesse, Eva. ‘Ich liebe, desto bin ich.’ Der unbekannte Ezra Pound. Berlin: Osburg Verlag, 2008. [V. Guido Cavalcanti und/oder Ezra Pound 283-93; Ezra Pounds Canto 36 mit deutscher Übersetzung von Eva Hesse 294-303; Anmerkungen zu Canto 36 von Ezra Pound und zu Guido Cavalcantis “Donna mi prega” 304-56.]
  18. Hughes, Robert, Margaret Fisher and Ezra Pound. Cavalcanti. A Perspective on the Music of Ezra Pound. Emeryville: Second Evening Art, 2003.
  19. Liebregts, Peter. Ezra Pound and Neoplatonism. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh-Dickinson University Press, 2004.
  20. Makin, Peter. “Ezra Pound and Scotus Erigena.” Comparative Literature Studies 10.1 (March 1973): 60-83.
  21. Michaels, Walter B. “Pound and Erigena.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 1 (1972): 37-54.
  22. Moody, David A. “‘They Dug Him Up Out of Sepulture’: Pound, Erigena and Fiorentino.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 25.1-2 (1996): 241-7.
  23. Morrow, Bradford. “De Lollis’ Sordello and Sordello: Canto 36.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 4.1 (1975): 93-8.
  24. Nardi, Bruno. “Noterella polemica sull’averroismo di Guido Cavalcanti.” Rassegna di Filosofia III (1954): 47-71.
  25. Pearlman, Daniel. The Barb of Time: On the Unity of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1969. 154-9.
  26. Pound, Ezra and James Joyce. Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, With Pound’s Critical Essays and Articles About Joyce. 1967. Ed. Forrest Read. New York: New Directions, 1970.
  27. Pound, Ezra. “Cavalcanti.” Literary Essays. Ed. T. S. Eliot. New York: New Directions, 1968. 149-200.
  28. Pound, Ezra. Spirit of Romance. Ed. R. Sieburth. New York: New Directions, 2005. 
  29. Redman, Tim. “Pound’s Library: A Preliminary Catalog.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 15 (1986): 213-40. 
  30. Renan, Ernest. Averroès et l’Averroisme. Paris 1866. Internet Archive.
  31. Sacerdotesse e danzatrici nelle religioni antiche. Roma: Edoardo Tinto Editore, 1930. [“Biblioteca dei curiosi,” n. 51]. Free online.
  32. Surette, Leon. A Light from Eleusis. A Study of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979.
  33. Wilhelm, James J. Lyrics of the Middle Ages. An Anthology. Tr. and ed. James J. Wilhelm. New York: Garland, 1990.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. Dionysus the Aeropagite. The Celestial Hierarchy. Free online.
  2. Kirwan, Christopher. “Manicheism.” Taylor and Francis: Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 1998.  Free online.
  3. Moran, Dermot. “John Scottus Eriugena.” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2008 Edition). Ed. Edward N. Zalta. Free online.
  4. Turner, William. “John Scotus Eriugena.” The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 5. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1909. Free online.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. Anon. John Scottus Eriugena. 11th c. From the manuscript of Clavis physicae by Honorius Augustodunensis. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale. Wikimedia commons.
  2. Crivelli, Carlo. Thomas Aquinas. Part of the the Demidoff Altarpiece. Oil on panel, 1476. London: National Gallery. Wikimedia Commons.
  3. Rossetti, Dante Gabriel. Monna Vanna. Oil on canvas. London: Tate