La sampogna del caualier Marino, diuisa in idillij fauolosi, & pastorali.. Front Cover. appresso i Giunti, - pages. 0 ReviewsWrite review?id=97Csj94YRvcC. Giambattista Marino (also Giovan Battista Marini) (14 October – 26 March ) was an . In Marino published La Sampogna, a collection of poems divided into two parts: one consisting of pastoral idylls and another of "rustic" verse.


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Life[ edit ] Marino remained in his birthplace Naples untilleading a life of pleasure after breaking off relations with his father who wanted his la sampogna marino to follow a career in law.

These formative years in Naples were very important for the development of his poetry, even though most of his career took place in the north of Italy and France.

Regarding this subject, some critics including Giovanni Pozzi have stressed the great influence on him exerted by la sampogna marino Italian cultural circles; others such as Marzio Pieri have emphasised the la sampogna marino that the Naples of the time, though partly in la sampogna marino and oppressed by Spanish rule, was far from having lost its eminent position among the capitals of Europe.

It seems that both Marino and his father took part in private theatrical performances of their host's plays at the house of the Della Porta brothers.

But more importantly, these surroundings put Marino in direct contact with the natural philosophy of Della Porta and the philosophical systems of Giordano Bruno and Tommaso Campanella.

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While Campanella himself was to oppose "Marinism" though not attacking it directlythis common speculative background should be borne in mind with its important pantheistic and thus neo-pagan and heterodox implications, to la sampogna marino Marino would remain true all his life and exploit in his poetry, obtaining great success amongst some of the most conformist thinkers la sampogna marino the one hand while encountering continual difficulties because of the intellectual content of his work on the other.

Other figures who were particularly influential on the young Marino include Camillo Pellegrini, who had been a friend of Torquato Tasso Marino knew Tasso personally, if only briefly, at the house of Giovan Battista Manso and exchanged sonnets with him.


Pellegrini was the author of Il Carrafa la sampogna marino della epica poesia, a dialogue in honour of Tasso, in which the latter was rated above Ludovico Ariosto. Marino himself is the protagonist of another of the prelate's dialogues, Del concetto poetico Marino gave himself up to literary studies, love affairs and a life of pleasure so unbridled that he was arrested at least la sampogna marino.

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In this as in many other ways, the path he took resembles that of another great poet of the same era with whom he was often compared, Gabriello Chiabrera.

But an air of mystery surrounds Marino's life, especially the various times he spent in prison; one of the arrests was due to procuring an abortion for a certain Antonella Testa, daughter of the mayor of Naples, but whether she was pregnant by Marino or one of his friends is unknown; the second conviction for which la sampogna marino risked a capital sentence was due to the poet's forging episcopal bulls in order to save a friend who had been involved in a duel.

But some witnesses, who include both Marino's detractors such as Tommaso Stigliani and defenders such as the printer and biographer Antonio Bulifoni in a life of the poet which appeared in have firmly asserted that Marino, much of whose love poetry is heavily ambiguous, la sampogna marino homosexual tendencies.

Elsewhere, the reticence of the sources on this subject is obviously due to the persecutions to which "sodomitical practices" were particularly subject during the Counterreformation.

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Marino then fled Naples and moved to Rome, first la sampogna marino the service of Melchiore Crescenzio then that of Cardinal Aldobrandini. This was not an easy time for the poet, in fact he was the victim of an assassination attempt by his rival Gaspare Murtola.

He was later sentenced to a year in prison, probably for malicious gossip he had written about the duke. He returned to Italy la sampogna marino triumph and died in Naples in His poetry remains the most admired and imitated part of his work.

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Le Rime and La lira [ edit ] Rime del cav. Marini Marino originated a new, "soft, graceful and attractive" style for a new public, distancing himself from Torquato Tasso and Renaissance Petrarchism as well as any kind of Aristotelian rule. His new approach can be seen in the Rime oflater expanded under the title La lira The Lyre inwhich is made up of erotic verse, la sampogna marino and sacred pieces, arranged either by theme sea poems, rustic poems, love poems, funereal poems, religious poems or by verse form madrigalcanzone.

They often hark back to the Classical traditions la sampogna marino Latin and Greek literature, with a particular fondness for the love poems of Ovid and the Dolce stil nuovo tradition of Italian verse, showing a strong experimental tension with anti-Petrachan tendencies.

La sampogna marino Marino published La Sampogna, a collection of poems divided into two parts: Thus Marino distanced himself from love, heroic and sacred themes in favour of the mythological and bucolic.

The plot[ edit ] The poem deals with the love of the goddess Venus for Prince Adonis, who escapes from a sea storm to take refuge on the island of Cyprusthe site of the goddess's palace.

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