THE I TATTI RENAISSANCE LIBRARY
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Poems

Cristoforo Landino

Edited and translated by Mary P. Chatfield

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674031487

Publication Date: 12/15/2008

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432 pages

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  • Introduction
  • Xandra
    • Book I
      • 1. To Piero de’ Medici
      • 2. To His Book
      • 3. When He Was Crushed by Love
      • 4. To Bartolomeo Scala
      • 5. To Xandra
      • 6. To Xandra
      • 7. A Sestina in Imitation of Petrarca
      • 8. Alfonso, the Lame Lover
      • 9. A Dissolute Theological Demagogue
      • 10. To Lupo
      • 11. To Bernardo
      • 12. To Alda
      • 13. To Leon Battista Alberti
      • 14. He Wonders Why He Feels Such Disquiet
      • 15. To Theoplasma, Mistress of Francesco da Castiglione
      • 16. To Himself
      • 17. To Himself
      • 18. Epitaph for Leonardo of Arezzo
      • 19. To Xandra
      • 20. To Filippo about his Sweetheart
      • 21. To Lucina on Behalf of Xandra in Childbirth
      • 22. In Praise of Diana
      • 23. To Bartolomeo Scala
      • 24. To Bartolomeo Scala on His Own Ancestors
      • 25. About Xandra
      • 26. To Ginevra
      • 27. On Xandra’s Return
      • 28. To Xandra
      • 29. To Bernardo
      • 30. To Giovanni Antonio
      • 31. To Leandra
      • 32. To Anastasio
      • 33. To His Book
    • Book II
      • 1. To Piero de’ Medici
      • 2. To Piero de’ Medici
      • 3. Against the Covetous
      • 4. To Xandra
      • 5. To Xandra
      • 6. To Piero de’ Medici: On His Praises and Those of Maecenas
      • 7. To Xandra
      • 8. A Description of Monte Asinario for Lorenzo Cresci
      • 9. He Rails about Love
      • 10. To His Muse
      • 11. About a Nightmare
      • 12. The Dying Elisabetta to Her Brother Bernardo
      • 13. About Bindo the One-eyed
      • 14. On the Same Man
      • 15. Epitaph for the Architect Filippo
      • 16. Another Poem for the Same Man
      • 17. To Francia
      • 18. To Xandra
      • 19. To Bindo
      • 20. To Francia
      • 21. To Leandra
      • 22. Epitaph for Paolo Who Died While Having Sex
      • 23. To the City of Florence
      • 24. To Bindo
      • 25. To Xandra
      • 26. To Xandra
      • 27. The Way Rome Marvels at Xandra
      • 28. To Giovanni Antonio on the Poems of Burchiello
      • 29. To His Muse to Hurry to Giovanni Antonio in Florence
      • 30. On the Near Ruin That Is Rome
    • Book III
      • 1. To Piero de’ Medici
      • 2. To Piero de’ Medici, His Maecenas
      • 3. To Antonio Canigiani on the Beginnings of the City of Florence
      • 4. Eulogy for His Brother
      • 5. Elegy on the Aragonese War
      • 6. To Paolo, Not to Fear the Aragonese War
      • 7. Eulogy for Carlo Aretino
      • 7a. Another Epitaph for Carlo Aretino
      • 7b. Another
      • 8. Epitaph for the Poet Dante
      • 9. Another
      • 10. Epitaph for Francesco Petrarca, the Poet
      • 11. Another
      • 12. The Cumaean Sibyl
      • 13. About Farinata degli Uberti
      • 14. Tamyris, Queen of the Scythians
      • 15. To Giovanni Salvetti on the Praises of Cosimo the Great
      • 16. To Jacopo Acciaiuoli in Praise of Cosimo the Great and of the House of Acciaiuoli
      • 17. To Piero de’ Medici in Praise of Poggio
      • 18. Eulogy for the Boy Cosimo, Grandson of the Great Cosimo
      • 19. To Guido Guiduccio
    • Book I (Earlier Redaction)
      • 2. To Leon Battista
      • 3. On the Title of This Book
      • 7. To Xandra
      • 9. To Tommaso Ceffi
      • 10. To Bernardo
      • 11. To Giovanni Antonio
      • 12. To Xandra
      • 13. About Gnognia
      • 15. About Gnognia
      • 16. To Giovanni Antonio
      • 19. To Xandra
      • 20. To Xandra
      • 21. To Bernardo
      • 22. To Bice
      • 24. To My Mistress’s Mother
      • 25. To Tubia
      • 26. To Francesco da Castiglione
      • 27. To Leon Battista Alberti
      • 28. To Xandra
      • 29. Concerning a Hall
      • 30. To Francesco the Barber
      • 32. To Gigia
      • 33. To Lucretia
      • 39. To a Sodomite
      • 40. To Giovanni Antonio
      • 41. To Bernardo
      • 42. Epitaph for Lisa Tedaldi
      • 48. To Francesco d’Altobianco Alberti
  • Miscellaneous Poems (“Carmina Varia”)
    • 1. On the Death of Lisa
    • 2. Eulogy on Neri Capponi for Giovanni Canigiani
    • 3. To Bernardo Bembo
    • 4. To the Same Man
    • 5. To the Same Man
    • 6. To the Same Man
    • 7. To the Same Man
    • 8. To the Same Man
    • 9. Eulogy on the Death of Michele Verino
    • 10. The Tomb of the Poet Dante
    • 11. Epitaph for Coluccio Salutati
    • 12. For the Same Man in the Palace
    • 13. In Praise of Giannozzo Manetti
  • Doubtfully Ascribed Poems
    • 1. To Ugolino Verino
    • 2. Poems about Certain Riddles
  • Appendix: Letter of Presentation to Bernardo Bembo
  • Note on the Text
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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