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Dante’s Appropriation of a Virgilian Metaphor Even though allegorical interpretations of Virgil’s Aeneid dominated both pagan and Christian receptions throughout the Middle Ages,l we owe it essentially to Dante if this poem came to he received as a prefiguration of Christendom, being presumed as such to hinge on a crypto-Catholic, teleological principle of historical progression.

For modern eyes it is also remarkable that she has been canonized as a lay woman. A maestro Iacomo, medico.

La presente operetta edita nel ,fu curata deella San Giovanni Bosco e hacome tema il nostro santo angelo protettore: Dante and Caterina da Siena apocryphally under the name of their alleged founder.

A few instants before losing his head, Niccolo ad- dresses her interchangeably as Gesil” and Caterina. Her works form a milestone of the Italian literature. As desire waxed in my soul and I felt his fear, I said: Only a few succeeded Among Hecate’s children, those whom Jupiter justly loved Or whom ardent virtue raised one day to the heavens. The question as to the veraciousness of Dante’s necropolitan journey has received many answers, among which the most emblematic one remains Charles Prrovvidenza claim that the fic- tion of Dante’s Commedia is “that it is not a fiction.

What is the perceptual logic behind Dante’s ability to twist his own poem free from the mediation of a referential mimesis in the dimensions of time and space, and turn it instead into the instantiation of his own existential authenticity-his own true biography? The Representation of Reality in Caterinw Literature, trans. In these prayers her language seems even more direct and personal than in her letters. It is as Jesus’s head that Nicco16’s head falls into Caterina’s lap and imprints the bloody features of the vera icona on the white frock of this Sister of Penitence.


Catherine of Siena Gia non attendere’ io tua dimanda. Boesch Gajano, Giuliana Cavallini e gli studi cateriniani: Her representation in art is dealt with in a section on iconography.

Catherine of Siena and her writings, their religious as well as cultural and historic contexts and the spread of Catherinian thought and spirituality.

Catherinewas inaugurated. These so- called verae iconae were often impressed on the fabric of a handkerchief or a winding-sheet, which material had been allegedly used by a woman named Veronica to wipe the bloody tears and sweat from the Redeemer’s face during his Passion vella Calvary. At the place of execution, Niccolo appears as tame as a lamb,” submissive like a young bride.

Commentary notes, placed at the end of each letter, are indicated in the text by Arabic numerals.

She died in her humble house in the Via di Papa in Rome on April 29,fraught with paralysis and severe illness. Oxford University Press, A una monaca di S.

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A madonna Mitarella donna del senatore Vico da Mogliano. Al vescovo Angelo Ricasoli. In De vulgari eloquentia, written at the time he was at dalogo on the Convivio, Dante submits Bernardus’s interpretive distortion of the verses from the Aeneid to a further and much more creative distortion of mean- ing.

There are also letters, addressed to many persons in and outside Italy, including citizens and clerics, from priests and nuns up to cardinals divona popes.

Originally, the figura of the vera pgovvidenza would orbit the picture of a woman, Veronica, wiping bodily liquids away from Jesus’s face, and imprinting on fabric thereby the icon of the face of the man-God whose body will eventually be iconized as the corpus of all Catholic believers.

Dialogo della divina provvidenza

See also Vita nuova, For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. A Ad della Scala. Their predecessors were the ancient poetae theologi, the notion of whose artistic affiliation originated in Aristotle’s Metaphysics, and was developed by numerous Latin writers, from Cicero provvidenxa De natura deorum to Lactantius in De falsa religione, from Saint Augustine in De civitate Dei to Isidore of Seville in Etymologiae.


Here in letteras in the passage from II cateeina logo della divina provvidenza, Caterina’s tropic subversion of the vera icona orbits an analogous fusion of identity and alterity. Indiana University Press, It establishes an implicit hierarchy among them, by clearly assigning the seat of honor to the poet, Orpheus: La Divina Misericordia en mi alma.

A monna Agnesa Malavolti e alle mantellate senesi. Moreover, as remarked by Joan del Pozzo, this confluence of bloodletting bespeaks the primordial language of the pact, the con- tract, the alliance, the covenant between distinct individuals as partici- pants in unions that imply kinship, slena, and incorporation into a single, sacred body.

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Proto-Christian receptions of Virgil’s pagan poem had been wide- spread long before the first couple of decades of the fourteenth century, when Dante elected its dviina as his own guide to the otherworld that is traveled through in the Commedia.

Commento al Padre nostro. In so doing he instantiates, in the poetry of figural cateirna, his own real biography. He rejects the kind of biography whose referents and factual documentation center on bodily extension and bodily duration, in favor of the biography of an individual journey to the otherworld that is neces- sarily unmoored from referential confirmation.