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Intellectual Communities and Partnerships in Italy and Europe

Studies in Honour of Mark Davie

Edited By Danielle Hipkins

This book has been inspired by the emphasis that Mark Davie’s studies have put on the cooperative nature of artistic and intellectual pursuits in the humanities. Whilst the importance of connections between intellectuals is often acknowledged in the form of intertextual studies, research into real dialogue between individuals is little researched, partly due to the practical challenges of such research. The ten chapters of this book – written by specialists in different cultures – redress in part this imbalance and offer a new angle on the canon by tracing the impact of concrete partnerships and communities in Italian and European history. The issues that the volume’s contributors keep in mind include: the reasons that artists and intellectuals choose to collaborate; the forms that this collaboration takes; the factors that determine its success; and whether some areas of culture lend themselves to intellectual collaboration better than others.

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List of Mark Davie’s Publications xxi

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ii Barron (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2001), pp. 155–228 (intro- duction, pp. 155–63; translation, pp. 164–228). Articles on: Luigi Pulci; Cantari; Epic; Romance; and seventeen other shorter entries in The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature ed. by Peter Hainsworth and David Robey (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002) ‘Pulci e Ficino: verità religiosa per sola fede’, in Il sacro nel Rinascimento ed. by L. Secchi Tarugi (Florence: Cesati, 2002), pp. 397–403 ‘Patterns in Dante’s Imagery’, in Patterns in Dante ed. by C. Ò Cuilleanàin and J. Petrie (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005), pp. 13–34 ‘I Sermoni morali di Marsilio Ficino’, Letteratura Italiana Antica, 6 (2005), 23–42 Torquato Tasso, The Liberation of Jerusalem, a new translation by Max Wickert, with an introduction and notes by Mark Davie (Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford World’s Classics, 2009), (introduc- tion, pp. vii–xxvii; notes, pp. 404–34)

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