I Tatti Renaissance Library

On Exile
Filelfo, Francesco, Jeroen De Keyser, and Scott W Blanchard. 2013. On Exile. Vol. 55. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 55, xxvi, 485 pages. Publisher's Version
Humanist Comedies
Grund, Gary R. 2005. Humanist Comedies. Vol. 19. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 19, xxx, 460 p. Publisher's Version Abstract
Paulus / Pier Paolo Vergerio -- The play of Philodoxus / Leon Battista Alberti -- Philogenia and Epiphebus / Ugolino Pisani -- Chrysis / Enea Silvio Piccolomini -- The epirote / Tommaso Mezzo.
Baiae
Pontano, Giovanni Gioviano, and Rodney G Dennis. 2006. Baiae. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 22. Vol. 22. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 22, xxiv, 236 p. Publisher's Version Abstract
"Giovanni Gioviano Pontano (1429-1503) was an important humanist and scholar of Renaissance Italy, the presiding spirit of the Accademia Pontaniana, and chief minister and tutor to the Aragonese Kings of Naples. He was also the most innovative and versatile Latin poet of Quattrocento Italy. His Two Books of Hendecasyllables, given the subtitle Baiae by their first editor Pietro Summonte, experiment brilliantly with the metrical form associated principally with the ancient Latin poet Catullus. The poems are the elegant offspring of Pontano's leisure, written to celebrate love, good wine, friendship, nature, and all the pleasures of life to be found at the seaside resort of Baiae on the Bay of Naples.They are translated here for the first time into English."--BOOK JACKET.
Christiad
Vida, Marco Girolamo, and James Gardner. 2009. Christiad. Vol. 39. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 39, xxviii, 464 p. Publisher's Version
Momus
Alberti, Leon Battista, Virginia Brown, and Sarah Knight. 2003. Momus. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 8. Vol. 8. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 8, xxv, 407 p. Publisher's Version
Famous Women
Boccaccio, Giovanni. 2003. Famous Women. Edited by Virginia Brown. Vol. [1]. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, [1], 282. Hollis
Letters to Friends
Fonzio, Bartolommeo. 2011. Letters to Friends. Edited by Alessandro Daneloni and Martin Davies. Vol. 47. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 47, 233 p. Publisher's Version

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