The essay considerates the presence of Virgil’s Eneide in Italian and Hungarian heroic poem, through the study of Tasso’s “Gerusalemme liberata “ and Miklòs Zrìnyi‘s” Sziget siege”, an heroic-religious poem written in 1646. Through comparative readings of both texts, is spotted how imitation of Virgil by Hungarian poet has been mediated through the Italian poet; is also spotted suggestions by Tasso on Zrìnyi and, moreover, collected affinities (thematically and structurally ones) and discrepancies between Tasso’s “Gerusalemme liberata” and Zrìnyi’s “Sziget siege”.

Virgilio nel poema eroico italiano ed ungherese: Torquato Tasso e Miklos Zrinyi

CERBO, Anna
2004

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The essay considerates the presence of Virgil’s Eneide in Italian and Hungarian heroic poem, through the study of Tasso’s “Gerusalemme liberata “ and Miklòs Zrìnyi‘s” Sziget siege”, an heroic-religious poem written in 1646. Through comparative readings of both texts, is spotted how imitation of Virgil by Hungarian poet has been mediated through the Italian poet; is also spotted suggestions by Tasso on Zrìnyi and, moreover, collected affinities (thematically and structurally ones) and discrepancies between Tasso’s “Gerusalemme liberata” and Zrìnyi’s “Sziget siege”.
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