IJ2A023 History of Italian Literature II (from Petrarch to Baroque)

Faculty of Arts
Autumn 2021
Extent and Intensity
2/0/0. 5 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
Taught in person.
Teacher(s)
doc. Paolo Divizia, Dottore di Ricerca (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
doc. Paolo Divizia, Dottore di Ricerca
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures - Faculty of Arts
Supplier department: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures - Faculty of Arts
Timetable
Wed 8:00–9:40 G02
Prerequisites (in Czech)
IJ2A021 Textual Criticism I && IJ2A022 Italian Literature I
Per iscriversi a questo corso è necessario aver superato gli esami di IJ2A021 Filologia Italiana I e IJ2A022 Letteratura Italiana I (dalle origini a Dante).
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
Course objectives
Italian literature from mid 14th Century till Baroque. The course aims at providing a general knowledge of the most renowned authors in Italian literature from Petrarch to Baroque.
Learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student will be able to read texts of ancient Italian literature in original language; find secondary bibliography specialised in Italian literature; use the secondary bibliography to support a critical assessment of an Italian literary text; frame artistic texts in historical, social, cultural and artistic contexts; know their textual issues, as well as offering a theoretical framework for these texts; prepare a critical review of a literary work.
Syllabus
  • You should be familiar with the following authors, works or topics (to be studied on Ferroni's History of literature or an equivalent):
    sacred plays; Umanism; Gutenberg's printing method and its influence on books spreading; Angelo Poliziano; Lorenzo de' Medici; Luigi Pulci; Iacopo Sannazzaro; Francesco Colonna; Matteo Maria Boiardo; Ludovico Ariosto; Niccolò Machiavelli; Francesco Guicciardini; Torquato Tasso; birth of the melodrama; Traiano Boccalini; Galileo Galilei; Giordano Bruno; Tommaso Campanella; Baroque poetry; Giambattista Marino; Carlo Gozzi; Carlo Goldoni; Cesare Beccaria.
    You should also be familiar with ALL the excerpts that were read during lectures and any other author that was eventually dealt with during the course.
Literature
    required literature
  • Giulio Ferroni, Storia della letteratura italiana, I. Dalle origini al Quattrocento, Milano, Einaudi scuola, 1991
  • Alberto Varvaro, Prima lezione di filologia, Bari, Laterza, 2012
  • Giulio Ferroni, Storia della letteratura italiana, II. Dal Cinquecento al Settecento, Milano, Einaudi scuola, 1991.
  • Giulio Ferroni, Profilo storico della letteratura italiana, vol. I, Milano, Einaudi Scuola, 1992.
  • Bruno Migliorini, Storia della lingua italiana, Firenze, Sansoni, 1960 e successive edizioni
  • Antologia minima della letteratura italiana, a cura di Danilo Romei, Parte Prima. Dalle Origini al 1494, Firenze, Nuovo Rinascimento, 1997.
  • Antologia minima della letteratura italiana, a cura di Danilo Romei, Parte Seconda. Dal 1494 al 1860, Firenze, Nuovo Rinascimento, 1997
  • SEGRE, Cesare and Clelia MARTIGNONI. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Donatella Martinelli - Giuliana Citton - Giulia Raboni - Andrea Corall. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2007. 660 stran. ISBN 8842454915. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Clelia Martignoni - Pietro Sarzana - Anna Longoni - Rossana Saccani. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2007. 408 stran. ISBN 8842454869. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Clelia Martignoni - Pietro Sarzana - Rossana Saccani - Anna Longoni. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2007. 480 stran. ISBN 8842454923. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare and Clelia MARTIGNONI. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Vania De Maldé - Giuliana Citton - Gianmarco Gaspari - Donatella Mart. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2007. 539 stran. ISBN 8842454907. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare and Clelia MARTIGNONI. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Giulia Raboni - Claudio Vela - Gianmarco Gaspari - Vania De Maldé. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2000. 528 stran. ISBN 8842454850. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare and Clelia MARTIGNONI. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Giuliana Citton - Claudia Rebuffi - Luigina Morini - Raffaela Castagno. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2000. 540 stran. ISBN 8842454842. info
  • SEGRE, Cesare and Clelia MARTIGNONI. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Giuliana Citton - Luigina Morini - Claudia Rebuffi. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2000. 420 s. ISBN 9788842454380. info
    not specified
  • Claudio Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Profilo storico, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1994 e successive edizioni.
  • Vittorio Coletti, Storia dell'italiano letterario. Dalle origini al Novecento, Torino, Einaudi, 1993.
  • SEGRE, Cesare. Leggere il mondo : letteratura, testi, culture. Edited by Clelia Martignoni - Pietro Sarzana - Mauro Bignamini - Rossana Saccani. [Milano]: Edizioni Scolastiche Bruno Mondadori, 2007. 720 stran. ISBN 8842454931. info
Teaching methods
Lecture: description of the literary field, explanation and definition of basic notions and their demonstration on concrete texts by concrete authors. Seminar: Application of the acquired theoretical knowledge on authentic texts. In the form of a presentation the students show their capability to connect their theoretical knowledge while working with a concrete text.
Assessment methods
Oral exam including Italian Literature II, but also references to the programme of Italian Literature I when needed.
Language of instruction
Italian
Further Comments
Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2019, Autumn 2020.
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