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Antologia della poesia italiana (1265-1400)

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Antologia della poesia italiana (1265-1400) by Ottaviano Targioni Tozzetti is a comprehensive collection of Italian poetry from the late 13th to early 15th centuries. The anthology covers a wide range of poetic styles and themes, providing readers with a thorough examination of the literary landscape of the time.

Tozzetti's selection of poems showcases the diversity and richness of Italian poetry during this period, featuring works by well-known poets such as Dante Alighieri, Petrarch, and Giovanni Boccaccio, as well as lesser-known figures whose contributions to Italian literature are just as significant.

The anthology is accompanied by informative introductions and notes that help contextualize the poems and provide insights into the historical, cultural, and literary influences that shaped them. This additional material enhances the reader's understanding and appreciation of the poems, making it a valuable resource for scholars, students, and poetry enthusiasts alike.

Overall, Antologia della poesia italiana (1265-1400) is a meticulously curated collection that offers a fascinating glimpse into the vibrant world of Italian poetry in the late Middle Ages. Tozzetti's meticulous scholarship and careful curation make this anthology an essential addition to any library of Italian literature.

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Questa selezione dell'Antologia della poesia italiana, compilata e annotata da Ottaviano Targioni Tozzetti, inizia con la poesia di Guido Guinizelli e include il resto della prima parte dell'antologia.

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