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secchia rapita, or, The rape of the bucket

Alessandro Tassoni

secchia rapita, or, The rape of the bucket

an heroi-comical poem, in twelve cantos

by Alessandro Tassoni

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Published by J.M. Richardson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesRape of the bucket
Statementtranslated from the Italian of Alessandro Tassoni ; with notes by James Atkinson.
ContributionsAtkinson, James, 1780-1852
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in 1 :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19172566M

This book is a must-read for folklore connoisseurs. The Sháh námeh of the Persian poet Firdaus La secchia rapita: or, The rape of the bucket, on heroi-commical poem in twelve cantos by Alessandro Tassoni (Book) 7 editions published. Tassoni, Alessandro Born Sept. 28, , in Modena; died there Apr. 25, Italian poet. Tassoni set forth his literary and aesthetic views in Remarks on Petrarch’s Poetry () and in the last two books of his encyclopedic Diverse Thoughts (–20); in these works he rejected the classicistic Petrarchism of the 16th century. In his Philippics.

La secchia rapita (The Stolen Bucket), music by Jules Burgmein- alias Giulio Ricord- and libretto by Renato Simoni, was the second of three operettas composed by Ricordi, and has now been revived in a modern edition that faithfully follows the autograph manuscript. La secchia rapita: rime e prose scelte / by: Tassoni, Alessandro, Published: () The rape of the bucket An heroi-comical poem.

  His best-known literary work is a burlesque epic entitled La Secchia Rapita, or “The Rape of the Bucket” (), the reference being to a raid of the Modenese upon the people of Bologna in , when a bucket was carried off as a trophy. La Secchia Rapita (The Rape of the Bucket)3 and two sketches for illustrations in the 7 edition ofBocaccio's Decamerone. The drawings were previously in the estate of Gordon N. Ray (I91 ), the eminent bibliophile and collector. I would like to make the following obser-vations on .


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La secchia rapita (The stolen bucket) is a mock-heroic epic poem by Alessandro Tassoni based on the real life event, the War of the Bucket which was first published in (see in poetry); it tells of a war between the Italian cities of Modena and Bologna over the possession of a wooden bucket that later influenced Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock.

Excerpt from La Secchia Rapita, or the Rape of the Bucket, Vol. 1 of 2: An Heroi-Comical Poem, in Twelve Cantos, Translated From the Italian Under eminent scholars at Bologna and Ferrara. He appears to have been at an early age of a lively ima.

About the Publisher Forgotten Books. Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni, Author of La Secchia Rapita: Or, The Rape of the Bucket also an Appendix; Containing Biographical Sketches of Ottavio Rinuccini, -Galileo Galilei, -Gabriello Chiabrera, -Battista Guarini, -& an Inedited Poem of Torquato Tasso.

With Additional Notes & the Author's Preface. In Italian literature: Poetry and prose with La secchia rapita rapita (; The Rape of the Bucket), a mock-heroic poem that is both an epic and a personal most serious poet of the period was Tommaso Campanella, a Dominican friar, who spent most of his adult life in prison as a subversive.

La Secchia Rapita =: Or, The Rape of the Bucket; an Heroicomical Poem in 12 Cantos by Alessandro Tassoni, James Atkinson. Publication date Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Alessandro Tassoni, (born Sept. 28,Modena [Italy]—died ApModena), Italian political writer, literary critic, and poet, remembered for his mock-heroic satiric poem La secchia rapita (The Rape of the Bucket), the earliest and, according to most critics, the.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. La secchia rapita = or, The rape of the bucket; an heroicomical poem in 12 cantos Item Preview remove-circle. La secchia rapita. La secchia rapita (The Rape of the Pail) was written by Tassoni between and and first published in Paris in It was not to be published in Italy until Tassoni modified it slightly to accommodate the censorship of the Catholic Church.

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Tassoni is best known for the mock-heroic poem Secchia rapita [the rape of the bucket] (), which ridicules the war between Bologna and Modena. Tassoni, Alessandro Born Sept. 28,in Modena; died there Apr. 25, This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryTCantos 1 and 2.

Also issued as part of La secchia rapita, London andand The rape of the bucket, London, [London], 54p.; 8. Seller Inventory # AAV His best-known literary work is a burlesque epic entitled La Secchia Rapita, or "The Rape of the Bucket" (), the reference being to a raid of the Modenese upon the people of Bologna inwhen a bucket was carried off as a : Like The Butter Battle Book, it just ends with them at an impasse (also under an overpass).

La Secchia Rapita (The Rape of the Bucket) is a mock-heroic epic poem by Alessandro Tassoni first published in It tells of a war between the Italian cities of Modena and Bologna over the possession of a wooden bucket. It was a real war.

Honest. Alessandro Tassoni is the author of La secchia rapita ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 1 review, published ), de'Pensieri Diversi Di Alessandro Tassoni /5(1). Drawing inspiration from the above-mentioned event Alessandro Tassoni, an Italian poet and writer, published a mock-heroic epic poem named La Secchia Rapita (The Stolen Bucket, or The Rape of The.

The title page is printed in red and black and contains an engraved vignette. The book is bound in full leather and has been rebacked, with stamped gilt decoration on the spine.

The edges of the text block are red. "La secchia rapita" ("The Rape of the Pail") was written by Tassoni between and and first published in Paris in La secchia rapita: the trophy-bucket.

A mock-heroic poem, the first of the kind. By Signior Alessandro Tassoni. Made English from the original Italian, by Mr. Ozell. To which is prefix'd, the judgment of Mr. Dryden, With a correct copy of Tassoni's original, together with Signior Salviani's notes.

"La secchia rapita" ("The Rape of the Pail") was written by Tassoni between and and first published in Paris in It was not to be published in Italy until Tassoni modified it slightly to accommodate the censorship of the Catholic Church. La secchia rapita (The Rape of the Bucket) is a mock-heroic epic poem by Alessandro Tassoni first published in It tells of a war between the Italian cities of Modena and Bologna over the possession of a wooden bucket.

It later influenced Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock. La secchia rapita is also the name of a comic opera by Salieri, first performed in Vienna in Get this from a library! Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni: author of La secchia rapita or, The rape of the bucket: interspersed with occasional notices of his literary contemporaries, and a general outline of his various works: also an appendix containing biographical sketches of Ottavio Rinuccini, Galileo Galilei, Gabriello Chiabrera, Battista Guarini, and an inedited poem of Torquato Tasso.Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni: author of La secchia rapita or, The rape of the bucket: interspersed with occasional notices of his literary contemporaries, and a general outline of his various works: also an appendix containing biographical sketches of Ottavio Rinuccini, Galileo Galilei, Gabriello Chiabrera, Battista Guarini, and an inedited poem of Torquato Tasso: with additional notes.