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Dictionary of Italian Literature, 2nd Edition
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"[L]ike its predecessor, this edition provides clear, concise bibliographies that attempt to place major and minor Italian authors within a broad cultural context. . . . Each entry concludes with a brief bibliography of primary works, including English translations, and selected works of criticism; particular attention has been given to updating these bibliographies. Most entries are written by the editors; others are written and signed by experts whose credentials are fully described. . . . Recommended for all academic and larger public libraries." - Choice
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Peter Bondanella is chairman of the Department of West European Studies at Indiana University and Distinguished Professor of comparative literature, film studies, Italian, and West European studies. He is the author, editor, or translator of numerous books, including Machiavelli and the Art of Renaissance History (1974), The Portable Machiavelli (1979), The Eternal City: Roman Images in the Modern World, The Cinema of Federico Fellini (1992), and The Films of Roberto Rossellini (1993). He is a past president of the American Association for Italian Studies and a recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Lilly Foundation, and the American Council for Learned Societies. Julia Conway Bondanella is associate professor of French and Italian and associate director of the Honors Division at Indiana University. By training a comparatist with interests in medieval and Renaissance literature and the history of ideas, she is the author of Petrarch's Visions and Their Renaissance Analogues (1978), editor of The Italian Renaissance Reader (1987) and cotranslator and coeditor of Giorgio Vasari's Lives of the Most Famous Artists (1992). She is a past president of the National Collegiate Honors Council and past executive secretary of the American Association for Italian Studies. Jody Robin Shiffman is completing her PhD at Indiana University in Italian and has written a number of articles on Italian literature. She is coeditor of Carlo Ridolfi's Life of Titian (1995) and is presently working on a critical edition and modern English translation of Ghiberti's writings on art.
Preface to the Second Revised Edition Preface to the First Edition How to Use This Dictionary Entries in Alphabetical Order Appendix A: Time Line Appendix B: Entries Grouped by Subject Matter or Period Reference Aids: A Selected List Index