Reference Grammar of Medieval Italian, according to Dante, with a Dual Edition of the Vita Nova
|Author: ||Privitera, Joseph|
This study reconstructs the grammar of medieval Italian, as used by Dante in his Vita Nova. It is divided into three parts: I – The Grammar; II – A listing of the medieval lexicon in the Vita; and III – a facing page translation of the medieval Italian and English translation of the Vita. This is a work long-needed by Romance language, Italian scholars, and Danteists.
Table of Contents
Table of contents:
The Medieval Grammar
Medieval Italian Lexicon
The Vita Nova: A Critical, dual-language edition.
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