A LOCAL HABITATION AND A NAME: Imagining Histories in the Italian Renaissance
Focusing on major authors and problems from the Italian 14th and 16th centuries, this study examines the unstable dialect of "reality" and "imagination," as well as of "history" and "literature." Ascoli identifies and interprets the ways in which literary texts are shaped by and serve the purposes of multiple intertwined historical discourses and circumstances.
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