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River of the Golden Ibis
First published in 1973 in HRW's American River series, this Florida classic is an informal history of the Hillsborough River. Of legendary beauty, the area was important to the Seminoles & subsequently to missionaries & marauders; magnates like Plant &
Ronsard, Petrarch, and the Amours
A comparative study focusing on the impact of Italy's great Renaissance poet, Francesco Petrarca, on the work of France's great poet, Pierre de Ronsard, who, Maddox argues, was not simply influenced by Petrarca, but made use of "lyric impersonation."
The Rose in Contemporary Italian Poetry
Thomas E. Peterson
Surveys the use of the rose topos in 20th-century Italian poetry, providing an illuminating cross-section of the work of all the major poets, and the movements in which it appears. Peterson demonstrates the importance of the topos for Italian lyric and
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