The thirty-seventh is again Obeth and is again about this lady.
488, notes the perversity and peril of vision in this Canto.
In the Innamorato Boiardo demonstrates a new understanding of a positive type of love and of woman. He shows that, unlike Dante’s Beatrice of the Comedy, woman does not have to be deprived of her corporality in order to be a meaningful force in the life of man. Fiordelisa and Bradamante are flesh and blood women and likewise, the Innamorato’s ideal love defines itself in this world, not the heavenly one.
Discusses the presence of Dante (and Galileo) in Paradise Lost.
To write of this pattern in the Tartar carpet's whorls, the words and arguments, the body and the footnotes of this essay likewise, have had in turn to gyre and intertwine, bearing false/true witness to the text.
Jackson Campbell Boswell (Author of Dante And Ovid)
Boli, Todd. “Treatment of Orthodoxy and Insistence on the Comedy’s Allegory in Boccaccio’s Esposizioni.” In Italian Culture, IX (1991), 63–74.
Jackson Campbell Boswell is the author of Dante And Ovid ..
Connected with this scene is another, of the theft of the Palladium, the idol of the Virgin Pallas Athena from Troy by Ulysses and Diomedes, Sinon's colleagues who, he now lyingly says, have treacherously turned against him.
Dante and Ovid: Essays in Intertextuality.
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