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Discourse to Lady Lavinia, his daughter

Guasco, Annibale, d. 1619

Discourse to Lady Lavinia, his daughter

concerning the manner in which she should conduct herself when going to court as lady-in-waiting to the Most Serene Infanta, Lady Caterina, Duchess of Savoy

by Guasco, Annibale, d. 1619

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago, IL .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAnnibal Guasco ; edited, translated, and with an introduction by Peggy Osborn.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBJ
The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 145 p. ;
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22531722M
ISBN 100226310558

  "From meetings and conversation with men, love affairs arise. In the midst of pleasures, banquets, dances, laughter, and self-indulgence, Venus and her son Cupid reign supreme Poor young girl, if you emerge from these encounters a captive prey! How much better it would have been to remain at home or to have broken a leg of the body rather than of the mind!". ‎Veronica Franco (whose life is featured in the motion picture Dangerous Beauty) was a sixteenth-century Venetian beauty, poet, and protofeminist. This collection captures the frank eroticism and impressive eloquence that set her apart from the chaste, silent woman prescribed by Renaissance ge.

Lavinia herself retreats from the world and at the end seems to have turned into an owl. She has all along regarded the world she lives in as unreal, a product of Virgil's imagination. Background. The book is based on the last six books, or the Iliadic half, of the : Ursula K. Le Guin. Lavinia is a young girl living in Italy during the time of the Renaissance. Discourse to Lady Lavinia His Daughter is a series of letters showing her trials and tribulations of education, life and turning into a viable young woman to work as a lady in waiting. It was not however, written by Lavinia herself.

This review is from: Spanking Lady Lavinia (The Victorian Vices Book 4) (Kindle Edition) This is the first book in this series I have read and now will have to read them was extremely entertaining and I could not stop laughing at Lady Lavinia's antics. Lavinia Carstairs flaunted society's rules,she was feisty/5. Abstract. In spite of the scant scholarly attention it has received, Annibal Guasco’s Discourse to Lady Lavinia, His Daughter () is an unicum of Renaissance literature and, in particular, on the subject of women’s : Alexandra Coller.


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When eleven-year-old Lavinia Guasca began her new life as a lady-in-waiting at the court of Turin, she brought with her a parting gift from her father Annibal (): a detailed guidebook he wrote to help steer her through the many pitfalls of Author: Annibal Guasco.

To complete Lavinia's education, Annibal filled the Discourse with advice on spirituality and morality, health and beauty, and how to behave at court—everything a well-bred lady-in-waiting would need to know.

This edition also includes an appendix that traces the later events of Lavinia's life through excerpts from her father's : University of Chicago Press. To complete Lavinia's education, Annibal filled the Discourse with advice on spirituality and morality, health and beauty, and how to behave at court—everything a well-bred lady-in-waiting would need to know.

This edition also includes an appendix that traces the later events of Lavinia's life through excerpts from her father's : $ Download Citation | Discourse to Lady Lavinia His Daughter | When eleven-year-old Lavinia Guasca began her new life as a lady-in-waiting at the court of Turin, she brought with her a parting gift.

When eleven-year-old Lavinia Guasca began her new life as a lady-in-waiting at the court of Turin, she brought with her a parting gift from her father Annibal (–): a detailed guidebook he wrote to help steer her through the many pitfalls of court life.

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Lavinia leaves her secure and civilized life to experience love and adventure with J. in the daily challenges of marriage and motherhood. She learns firsthand about the vagaries of weather, hard work, outlaws (and in-laws), Indians, good friends, and bad enemies.

Guasco, Annibal, Discourse to Lady Lavinia his Daughter Concerning the Manner in Which She Should Conduct Herself When Going to Court as Lady-in-Waiting to the Most Serene Infanta, Lady Caterina, Duchess of Savoy, ed.

Peggy Osborn (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe) Chicago, University of Chicago Press, ; paperback; pp. xxix, ; RRP US$18; ISBN Author: Sybil M. Jack. THE OTHER VOICE IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE A Series Edited by Margaret L.

King and Albert Rabil Jr. RECENT BOOKS IN THE SERIES TULLIA D’ARAGONA Dialogue on the Infinity of Love Edit. Discourse to Lady Lavinia His Daughter About the Author Peggy Osborn is a senior lecturer (retired) in Italian Renaissance literature at the University of Bristol.

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Book review Full text access Annibal Guasco, Discourse to Lady Lavinia his Daughter, edited and translated by Peggy Osborn. Emma Stirrup. Pages To complete Lavinia's education, Annibal filled the Discourse with advice on spirituality and morality, health and beauty, and how to behave at court—everything a well-bred lady-in-waiting would need to know.

This edition also includes an appendix that traces the later events of Lavinia's life through excerpts from her father's letters. In spite of the scant scholarly attention it has received, Annibal Guasco’s Discourse to Lady Lavinia, His Daughter () is an unicum of Renaissance literature and, in particular, on the subject of women’s education.

The present article shows how Guasco’s manual, while following the lead of the international best-seller of the period, Baldassar Castiglione’s Book of the Courtier Author: Alexandra Coller.Guasco, Discourse to Lady Lavinia, his Daughter: Fleming,Sean M: Ferrazzi/Schutte, Autobiography of an Aspiring Saint: Garoufalis,Heather Marie Guasco, Discourse to Lady Lavinia, his Daughter: Hanlin,Kathrynne Marie: Fonte/Cox, The Worth of Women: Wherein Is Clearly Revealed Their Nobility and Their Superiority to Men.Story.

Lavinia, the only child of the king and "ripe for marriage," had been courted by many men who hoped to become the king of Latium. Turnus, ruler of the Rutuli, was the most likely of the suitors, having the favor of Queen Amata.

In Vergil's account, King Latinus is warned by his father Faunus in a dream oracle that his daughter is not to marry a Latin.