ITALIAN LITERATURE FROM THE BEGINNING TO '500

Lettere ITALIAN LITERATURE FROM THE BEGINNING TO '500

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DEPARTMENT OF HUMANISTIC STUDIES
EQF6
ARTS
2020/2021



OBBLIGATORIO
YEAR OF COURSE 1
YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2020
PRIMO SEMESTRE
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
630LESSONS


Contents
ITALIAN LITERATURE FROM THE 12TH TO THE 16TH CENTURY: LYRIC AND POEMS.
Teaching Methods
TRADITIONAL LECTURES.
Verification of learning
THE EXAM WILL BE ORAL AND WILL CHECK THE STUDENT’S KNOWLEDGE OF THE MAIN TOPICS OF THE COURSE. THE CANDIDATE WILL BE ASSESSED BY MEANS OF THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS, APART FROM THE CONTENT KNOWLEDGE: A) THE PERTINENCE IN GIVING CORRECT ANSWERS; B) THE ABILITY TO ORGANIZE A PERSONAL, COHERENT AND CRITICALLY STRUCTURED EXPOSITION; C) LEXICAL COMPETENCE AND VARIETY OF REGISTERS USED; D) A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF LITERARY TEXTS ANALYZING STRATEGIES (BASIC COMPETENCE).
Texts
FOR STUDENTS WHO WILL HAVE ATTENDED THE COURSE
1)AN OUTLINE OF LITERARY HISTORY: “LETTERATURA ITALIANA”, ED. BY A. BATTISTINI, 1, “DALLE ORIGINI AL SEICENTO”, BOLOGNA, IL MULINO, 2014, CHAPT. 1-19.
2)DANTE’S “COMEDY”: CANTOS INF. IV, XXI, XXXIII; PURG. VI, PAR. IX (RECOMMENDED EDITIONS: N. SAPEGNO, LA NUOVA ITALIA; OR U. BOSCO AND G. REGGIO, LE MONNIER; OR E. PASQUINI AND A. QUAGLIO, GARZANTI); G. BOCCACCIO’S “DECAMERON”: TALES I 1, II 5, IV 1, V 9, VI 10 (RECOMMENDED EDITIONS: M. MARTI, BUR; OR V. BRANCA, EINAUDI TASCABILI; OR V. BRANCA, OSCAR MONDADORI); A. POLIZIANO’S “STANZE PER LA GIOSTRA DI GIULIANO DE’ MEDICI”: I 1-59 (RECOMMENDED EDITION: D. PUCCINI, GARZANTI, 1992); J. SANNAZARO’S “ARCADIA”: PROLOGO, PART I, ALLA SAMPOGNA (RECOMMENDED EDITION: F. ERSPAMER, MURSIA, 1990); M. M. BOIARDO’S “ORLANDO INNAMORATO”: PART I, CANTO I (RECOMMENDED EDITIONS: A. CANOVA, BUR, 2011; OR R. BRUSCAGLI, EINAUDI, 1995); L. ARIOSTO’S “ORLANDO FURIOSO”: CANTOS I, XIII (RECOMMENDED EDITIONS: L. CARETTI, EINAUDI TASCABILI; OR C. SEGRE, MONDADORI).
3)A SELECTION OF TEXTS (ITALIAN LIRYC) REFFERING TO THE PERIOD EXAMINED DURING THE COURSE (THE TEXTS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN A SET OF LECTURES).
FOR STUDENTS WHO WILL NOT HAVE ATTENDED THE COURSE
THE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED THE COURSE ADD THE FOLLOWING TEXTS TO THOSE OUTLINED ABOVE, AT N. 1 AND N. 2: DANTE’S “COMMEDIA”: INF. XXXIV; PURG. XXX, PAR. I; F. PETRARCA’S “CANZONIERE”: TEXTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 23, 52, 142, 264, 267 (RECOMMENDED EDITION BY S. STROPPA, INTRODUCTION BY P. CHERCHI, TORINO, EINAUDI, 2015); G. BOCCACCIO’S “DECAMERON”: PROEMIO, INTRODUZIONE ALLA PRIMA GIORNATA, INTRODUZIONE ALLA QUARTA GIORNATA; M. M. BOIARDO’S “ORLANDO INNAMORATO”: PART I, CANTO II; L. ARIOSTO’S “ORLANDO FURIOSO”: CANTO XXXIV.
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THE STUDENTS WHO WILL HAVE NOT ATTENDED THE COURSE MUST FOLLOW THE HINTS CONCERNING THEM IN THE SPECIFIC SECTION (“REFERENCE TEXTS”), WITHOUT FURTHER CONVERSATION/MEETING WITH THE TEACHER.
ALL THE STUDENTS (THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED AND THOSE WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED) ARE REQUIRED TO DEMONSTRATE A PROPER KNOWLEDGE OF THE LITERARY HISTORY (AS TO THE CHRONOLOGICAL RANGE OF THEIR PROGRAMME), A PROPER COMPETENCE OF METRICAL AND RHETORIC DEVICES CLOSELY CONNECTED TO TEXT ANALYSIS. THE STUDENTS CAN USE: P.G.BELTRAMI, “GLI STRUMENTI DELLA POESIA”, BOLOGNA, IL MULINO, 2002, OR F.DE ROSA-G.SANGIRARDI, “BREVE GUIDA ALLA METRICA ITALIANA”, FIRENZE, SANSONI, 2002 AND B.MORTARA GARAVELLI, “MANUALE DI RETORICA”, MILANO, BOMPIANI, 2002, OR M.P. ELLERO-M. RESIDORI, “BREVE MANUALE DI RETORICA”, FIRENZE, SANSONI-RCS, 2001.
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