Italian Literature of the Classicism
1st Cycle Studies
Italian knowledge equivalent to the B1 level of the CEFRL.
- Theoretical exposition, analysis of texts by the professor, viewing of framing materials.
- Contact with libraries and bibliographic specimens, guided management of platforms.
- Analysis of texts by students, individually or in groups, under the guidance of the professor, presentation and summary of texts.
- Know the themes, works and authors studied and be able to contextualize them in their context.
- Understand the general structures of Classicism in Italy and its overall impact on other literatures.
- Master research instruments and have reflection skills that enable the study of other works of Italian Classicism.
In the general framework of Classicism, a specific theme, a selection of works or authors will be studied.
Theme (e.g.): The female portrait.
- Effects of the female figure, loving phenomenology. Sicilian school. Group members, themes and poetic forms.
- The angel woman. “Dolce stil novo”. Chronology, poets.
- Laura's fiction and the dissent. Francesco Petrarca. Humanism. Intellectual path.
- The various dimensions of love. Giovanni Boccaccio, “Decameron”. Intellectual path.
- The 16th century gallery. Literary portrait and pictorial portrait. Andrea del Sarto and the petrarchism.
- The baroque profusion. Giovan Battista Marino. Intellectual path. Maritime poems.
Rita Maria da Silva Marnoto
Synthesis work: 20.0%
Mini Tests: 80.0%
Bolzoni, L. (2015). Poesia e ritratto nel Rinascimento. Milano: Laterza.
Ferroni, G. (2016). Storia della letteratura italiana. Vols. 1, 2. Torino: Einaudi Scuola.
Marnoto, R. (2011). Retratos femininos. In V. M. A. Silva (Ed.). Dicionário de Luís de Camões (851-855).
— (2016). O petrarquismo português. Lisboa: IN-CM.
Quondam, A. (1991). Il naso di Laura. Modena: Panini.
Santagata, M.; et al. (2015). Il filo rosso. Vv. vols. Milano: Laterza.
Em linha: Treccani. http://www.treccani.it/ (consultado a 30-06-2020).