20709851 - LETTERATURA ITALIANA (PER S.C.P.A)

THE COURSE AIMS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH A BASIC PREPARATION ON THE HISTORY OF ITALIAN LITERATURE, DEVELOPING GENERAL HISTORY AND LITERARY AND METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS.

Canali

COLOMBI ROBERTA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Course Title: Manzoni and the realism of representation: “I Promessi Sposi” and the choice of the novel.


The course aims to deepen the knowledge of the path through which in the nineteenth century the novel is becoming established in Italy. In addition, a reading of the "Promessi Sposi" will be offered which, looking at the Caravaggio experience, captures the figurative tendency of an imagination that has as its objective the realism of representation.

Core Documentation

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Required Text Books (1, 2 and 3):

1. Primary Works:

- A. Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi. Storia della Colonna infame, dir. F. De Cristofaro, Milano, Rizzoli, 2014

2. Criticism:

- D. Brogi, Un romanzo per gli occhi. Manzoni Caravaggio e la fabbrica del realismo, Carocci, 2018

- S. S. Nigro, la funesta docilità, Palermo, Sellerio, 2018

3. Textbook of italian literature:

- G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Da Tasso a fine Ottocento. Manuale per studi universitari, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.

Additional readings for non-attending students.
Students

- A. Frare, Leggere i promessi Sposi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2016.


Type of delivery of the course

frontal lessons

Type of evaluation

The oral exam will aim to check the level of knowledge of the authors treated during the course, and the theoretical-critical issues addressed, as well as to evaluate the acquisition of a good expository ability.

CRIMI GIUSEPPE

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

"A season in hell". Symbolism, metaphor, and allegory In Dante's Inferno. The course will focus on main motifs in Dante's Inferno; specially allegories, references to the arts, and descriptions of the afterlife will be examinated.


Core Documentation

Bibliography:

Required Text Books (1, 2, 3, and 4):

1. Primary Works: D. Alighieri, Commedia. Inferno (suggested editions: by B. Garavelli, Milan, Rizzoli, 2015, or by R. Mercuri, Turin, Einaudi, 2021);
2. Criticism: Dante, edited by R. Rea and J. Steinberg, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
3. Criticism: L. Pasquini, «Pigliare occhi, per aver la mente». Dante, la ‘Commedia’ e le arti figurative, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
4. Textbook of italian literature: G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Dalle Origini a metà Cinquecento, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.


Additional readings for non-attending students. Students will choose one of the following books:

a) A. Barbero, Dante, Bari-Rome, Laterza, 2020;
b) Dante e la dimensione visionaria tra medioevo e prima età moderna, edited by di B. Huss – M. Tavoni, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
c) Dante e la retorica, edited by L. Marcozzi, Ravenna, Longo, 2017;
d) G. Ledda, Il bestiario dell'aldilà. Gli animali nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
e) G. Ledda, La guerra della lingua. Ineffabilità, retorica e narrativa nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2002;
f) N. Maldina, In pro del mondo. Dante, la predicazione e i generi della letteratura religiosa medievale, Rome, Salerno Editrice, 2017;
g) A. Morgan, Dante e l’aldilà medievale, edited by L. Marcozzi, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 2012;
h) P. Pellegrini, Dante Alighieri. Una vita, Turin, Einaudi, 2021.


Type of delivery of the course

Exam in attendance

Type of evaluation

Oral examination

COLOMBI ROBERTA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Course Title: Manzoni and the realism of representation: “I Promessi Sposi” and the choice of the novel.


The course aims to deepen the knowledge of the path through which in the nineteenth century the novel is becoming established in Italy. In addition, a reading of the "Promessi Sposi" will be offered which, looking at the Caravaggio experience, captures the figurative tendency of an imagination that has as its objective the realism of representation.

Core Documentation

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Required Text Books (1, 2 and 3):

1. Primary Works:

- A. Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi. Storia della Colonna infame, dir. F. De Cristofaro, Milano, Rizzoli, 2014

2. Criticism:

- D. Brogi, Un romanzo per gli occhi. Manzoni Caravaggio e la fabbrica del realismo, Carocci, 2018

- S. S. Nigro, la funesta docilità, Palermo, Sellerio, 2018

3. Textbook of italian literature:

- G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Da Tasso a fine Ottocento. Manuale per studi universitari, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.

Additional readings for non-attending students.
Students

- A. Frare, Leggere i promessi Sposi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2016.


Type of delivery of the course

frontal lessons

Type of evaluation

The oral exam will aim to check the level of knowledge of the authors treated during the course, and the theoretical-critical issues addressed, as well as to evaluate the acquisition of a good expository ability.

CRIMI GIUSEPPE

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

"A season in hell". Symbolism, metaphor, and allegory In Dante's Inferno. The course will focus on main motifs in Dante's Inferno; specially allegories, references to the arts, and descriptions of the afterlife will be examinated.


Core Documentation

Bibliography:

Required Text Books (1, 2, 3, and 4):

1. Primary Works: D. Alighieri, Commedia. Inferno (suggested editions: by B. Garavelli, Milan, Rizzoli, 2015, or by R. Mercuri, Turin, Einaudi, 2021);
2. Criticism: Dante, edited by R. Rea and J. Steinberg, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
3. Criticism: L. Pasquini, «Pigliare occhi, per aver la mente». Dante, la ‘Commedia’ e le arti figurative, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
4. Textbook of italian literature: G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Dalle Origini a metà Cinquecento, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.


Additional readings for non-attending students. Students will choose one of the following books:

a) A. Barbero, Dante, Bari-Rome, Laterza, 2020;
b) Dante e la dimensione visionaria tra medioevo e prima età moderna, edited by di B. Huss – M. Tavoni, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
c) Dante e la retorica, edited by L. Marcozzi, Ravenna, Longo, 2017;
d) G. Ledda, Il bestiario dell'aldilà. Gli animali nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
e) G. Ledda, La guerra della lingua. Ineffabilità, retorica e narrativa nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2002;
f) N. Maldina, In pro del mondo. Dante, la predicazione e i generi della letteratura religiosa medievale, Rome, Salerno Editrice, 2017;
g) A. Morgan, Dante e l’aldilà medievale, edited by L. Marcozzi, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 2012;
h) P. Pellegrini, Dante Alighieri. Una vita, Turin, Einaudi, 2021.


Type of delivery of the course

Exam in attendance

Type of evaluation

Oral examination

Canali

COLOMBI ROBERTA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Course Title: Manzoni and the realism of representation: “I Promessi Sposi” and the choice of the novel.


The course aims to deepen the knowledge of the path through which in the nineteenth century the novel is becoming established in Italy. In addition, a reading of the "Promessi Sposi" will be offered which, looking at the Caravaggio experience, captures the figurative tendency of an imagination that has as its objective the realism of representation.

Core Documentation

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Required Text Books (1, 2 and 3):

1. Primary Works:

- A. Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi. Storia della Colonna infame, dir. F. De Cristofaro, Milano, Rizzoli, 2014

2. Criticism:

- D. Brogi, Un romanzo per gli occhi. Manzoni Caravaggio e la fabbrica del realismo, Carocci, 2018

- S. S. Nigro, la funesta docilità, Palermo, Sellerio, 2018

3. Textbook of italian literature:

- G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Da Tasso a fine Ottocento. Manuale per studi universitari, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.

Additional readings for non-attending students.
Students

- A. Frare, Leggere i promessi Sposi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2016.


Type of delivery of the course

frontal lessons

Type of evaluation

The oral exam will aim to check the level of knowledge of the authors treated during the course, and the theoretical-critical issues addressed, as well as to evaluate the acquisition of a good expository ability.

CRIMI GIUSEPPE

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

"A season in hell". Symbolism, metaphor, and allegory In Dante's Inferno. The course will focus on main motifs in Dante's Inferno; specially allegories, references to the arts, and descriptions of the afterlife will be examinated.


Core Documentation

Bibliography:

Required Text Books (1, 2, 3, and 4):

1. Primary Works: D. Alighieri, Commedia. Inferno (suggested editions: by B. Garavelli, Milan, Rizzoli, 2015, or by R. Mercuri, Turin, Einaudi, 2021);
2. Criticism: Dante, edited by R. Rea and J. Steinberg, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
3. Criticism: L. Pasquini, «Pigliare occhi, per aver la mente». Dante, la ‘Commedia’ e le arti figurative, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
4. Textbook of italian literature: G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Dalle Origini a metà Cinquecento, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.


Additional readings for non-attending students. Students will choose one of the following books:

a) A. Barbero, Dante, Bari-Rome, Laterza, 2020;
b) Dante e la dimensione visionaria tra medioevo e prima età moderna, edited by di B. Huss – M. Tavoni, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
c) Dante e la retorica, edited by L. Marcozzi, Ravenna, Longo, 2017;
d) G. Ledda, Il bestiario dell'aldilà. Gli animali nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
e) G. Ledda, La guerra della lingua. Ineffabilità, retorica e narrativa nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2002;
f) N. Maldina, In pro del mondo. Dante, la predicazione e i generi della letteratura religiosa medievale, Rome, Salerno Editrice, 2017;
g) A. Morgan, Dante e l’aldilà medievale, edited by L. Marcozzi, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 2012;
h) P. Pellegrini, Dante Alighieri. Una vita, Turin, Einaudi, 2021.


Type of delivery of the course

Exam in attendance

Type of evaluation

Oral examination

Canali

COLOMBI ROBERTA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Course Title: Manzoni and the realism of representation: “I Promessi Sposi” and the choice of the novel.


The course aims to deepen the knowledge of the path through which in the nineteenth century the novel is becoming established in Italy. In addition, a reading of the "Promessi Sposi" will be offered which, looking at the Caravaggio experience, captures the figurative tendency of an imagination that has as its objective the realism of representation.

Core Documentation

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Required Text Books (1, 2 and 3):

1. Primary Works:

- A. Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi. Storia della Colonna infame, dir. F. De Cristofaro, Milano, Rizzoli, 2014

2. Criticism:

- D. Brogi, Un romanzo per gli occhi. Manzoni Caravaggio e la fabbrica del realismo, Carocci, 2018

- S. S. Nigro, la funesta docilità, Palermo, Sellerio, 2018

3. Textbook of italian literature:

- G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Da Tasso a fine Ottocento. Manuale per studi universitari, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.

Additional readings for non-attending students.
Students

- A. Frare, Leggere i promessi Sposi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2016.


Type of delivery of the course

frontal lessons

Type of evaluation

The oral exam will aim to check the level of knowledge of the authors treated during the course, and the theoretical-critical issues addressed, as well as to evaluate the acquisition of a good expository ability.

CRIMI GIUSEPPE

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

"A season in hell". Symbolism, metaphor, and allegory In Dante's Inferno. The course will focus on main motifs in Dante's Inferno; specially allegories, references to the arts, and descriptions of the afterlife will be examinated.


Core Documentation

Bibliography:

Required Text Books (1, 2, 3, and 4):

1. Primary Works: D. Alighieri, Commedia. Inferno (suggested editions: by B. Garavelli, Milan, Rizzoli, 2015, or by R. Mercuri, Turin, Einaudi, 2021);
2. Criticism: Dante, edited by R. Rea and J. Steinberg, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
3. Criticism: L. Pasquini, «Pigliare occhi, per aver la mente». Dante, la ‘Commedia’ e le arti figurative, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
4. Textbook of italian literature: G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Dalle Origini a metà Cinquecento, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.


Additional readings for non-attending students. Students will choose one of the following books:

a) A. Barbero, Dante, Bari-Rome, Laterza, 2020;
b) Dante e la dimensione visionaria tra medioevo e prima età moderna, edited by di B. Huss – M. Tavoni, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
c) Dante e la retorica, edited by L. Marcozzi, Ravenna, Longo, 2017;
d) G. Ledda, Il bestiario dell'aldilà. Gli animali nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
e) G. Ledda, La guerra della lingua. Ineffabilità, retorica e narrativa nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2002;
f) N. Maldina, In pro del mondo. Dante, la predicazione e i generi della letteratura religiosa medievale, Rome, Salerno Editrice, 2017;
g) A. Morgan, Dante e l’aldilà medievale, edited by L. Marcozzi, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 2012;
h) P. Pellegrini, Dante Alighieri. Una vita, Turin, Einaudi, 2021.


Type of delivery of the course

Exam in attendance

Type of evaluation

Oral examination

COLOMBI ROBERTA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Course Title: Manzoni and the realism of representation: “I Promessi Sposi” and the choice of the novel.


The course aims to deepen the knowledge of the path through which in the nineteenth century the novel is becoming established in Italy. In addition, a reading of the "Promessi Sposi" will be offered which, looking at the Caravaggio experience, captures the figurative tendency of an imagination that has as its objective the realism of representation.

Core Documentation

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Required Text Books (1, 2 and 3):

1. Primary Works:

- A. Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi. Storia della Colonna infame, dir. F. De Cristofaro, Milano, Rizzoli, 2014

2. Criticism:

- D. Brogi, Un romanzo per gli occhi. Manzoni Caravaggio e la fabbrica del realismo, Carocci, 2018

- S. S. Nigro, la funesta docilità, Palermo, Sellerio, 2018

3. Textbook of italian literature:

- G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Da Tasso a fine Ottocento. Manuale per studi universitari, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.

Additional readings for non-attending students.
Students

- A. Frare, Leggere i promessi Sposi, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2016.


Type of delivery of the course

frontal lessons

Type of evaluation

The oral exam will aim to check the level of knowledge of the authors treated during the course, and the theoretical-critical issues addressed, as well as to evaluate the acquisition of a good expository ability.

CRIMI GIUSEPPE

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

"A season in hell". Symbolism, metaphor, and allegory In Dante's Inferno. The course will focus on main motifs in Dante's Inferno; specially allegories, references to the arts, and descriptions of the afterlife will be examinated.


Core Documentation

Bibliography:

Required Text Books (1, 2, 3, and 4):

1. Primary Works: D. Alighieri, Commedia. Inferno (suggested editions: by B. Garavelli, Milan, Rizzoli, 2015, or by R. Mercuri, Turin, Einaudi, 2021);
2. Criticism: Dante, edited by R. Rea and J. Steinberg, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
3. Criticism: L. Pasquini, «Pigliare occhi, per aver la mente». Dante, la ‘Commedia’ e le arti figurative, Rome, Carocci, 2020;
4. Textbook of italian literature: G. Alfano – P. Italia – E. Russo – F. Tomasi, Letteratura italiana. Dalle Origini a metà Cinquecento, Milan, Mondadori, 2018.


Additional readings for non-attending students. Students will choose one of the following books:

a) A. Barbero, Dante, Bari-Rome, Laterza, 2020;
b) Dante e la dimensione visionaria tra medioevo e prima età moderna, edited by di B. Huss – M. Tavoni, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
c) Dante e la retorica, edited by L. Marcozzi, Ravenna, Longo, 2017;
d) G. Ledda, Il bestiario dell'aldilà. Gli animali nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2019;
e) G. Ledda, La guerra della lingua. Ineffabilità, retorica e narrativa nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante, Ravenna, Longo, 2002;
f) N. Maldina, In pro del mondo. Dante, la predicazione e i generi della letteratura religiosa medievale, Rome, Salerno Editrice, 2017;
g) A. Morgan, Dante e l’aldilà medievale, edited by L. Marcozzi, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 2012;
h) P. Pellegrini, Dante Alighieri. Una vita, Turin, Einaudi, 2021.


Type of delivery of the course

Exam in attendance

Type of evaluation

Oral examination