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Theologian and lector at various study houses. Strong opponent of probabilism and comparable philosophical currents, some of which were en vogue among the Jesuits.

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Esame critico-teologico di quanto ha scritto il chiarissimo abbate D. In , he travelled to England to establish a new order province. He was very successful as the first provincial minister of the English province, as can be gathered from the chronicle of Eccleston. Among other things, he was able to enlist Robert Grosseteste as teacher of the Franciscans in Oxford.

He was well-regarded by the English royal house. His cult was confirmed in Apparently no works of him survived. Member of the Bolognese province.

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Solemnis praedicator in the Franciscan order, possibly lector and preacher at the Aracoeli convent in the early s, and possibly lector at the Bologna convent around [Cf. He is mentioned several times by Salimbene: Habebat enim caput deforme et factum ad modum galee antiquorum et pilos multos in fronte. Qui cum deprecanti nullatenus acquiescere vellent, dixit eis: Lusit et vicit deditque comedere regi familiariter stando cum eo.

Et omnes qui audiverunt hoc, commendaverunt fratris caritatem, curialitatem et libertatem. Author of several sermon cycles, which seemingly did not survive in full, but have come down to us partially in a considerable number of manuscripts, frequently together by other homiletic and hagiographic texts.

Cenci , notes: Forse in questo aspetto sta la fortuna dei sermoni di fr. Sermones Dominicales signalled in other series, not yet found? Sermones de Communi Sanctorum: Various sermons of this cycle can be found in mss Rome, Bibl.

Angelica ; Bergamo, Bibl. Mai, MA 47 Delta I. Augusta ; Sankt Florian Stiftsbibl.

Sermones de Beata Virgine: Antonio di Albertino da Verona O. Rome, I, 6; M. Antonio di Albertino da Verona o. Rivista francescana di storia, dottrina e arte 2nd Ser. The Sermons of Albertinus de Berona O. I sermoni di Albertino da Verona Omin. Paris; in these various studia, he probably was going through the lectorate program. He also might have been doing some courses pro gradu , probably for his baccalaureate.

Lector in various Bohemian friaries. In , he is found as a lector in the Prague friary. On 13 June of that year, the pope wrote to Fortanerius Vassal former minister general to examine the case and to bestow the magisterium if he deemed it suitable.

Albert apparently received the title for he is called magister theologiae in the list of archbishops of Zarew Astrakan, Russia , which post he took up on 24 May Albert died before 15 June The latter mentions his conversion to Catholicism in in Italy. He became priest in and lector in the Franciscan order in In he became consultator of the SC.

Wrote several unplublished pieces on Augustinian theology of grace and about Dutch censorship. An important figure in Jansenist and Spinozist scholarship. Franciscus de Hollandia O. Franciscus de Hollandia , ref. Was ordained subdiaconus at Bologna on 14 March and diaconus on 4 April of the same year. He was at Paris at least from 30 November onwards, where he studied theology at least until the Summer of still mentioned in Paris on 18 June After due examination, he was made Magister theologiae at the university of Bologna on 6 June , and on 22 January , he was appointed as regent master of the San Francesco studium of Bologna.

Unclear how long he stayed there. In any case, he was in Frankfurt in , where he apparently caused scandal among fellow friars and outsiders due to some of his teachings. It would seem he was involved with negromancy and pyromancy in Frankfurt and Berlin. For that region, the provincial of the Saxony province, Ludwig Henning took some of Alberto's privileges on 11 October Yet on 10 February , the Minister General Rinaldo Graziani gave Alberto licence 'eundi per omnes orbis regiones, ad quas opus erit, pro suis negotiis expediendis Subsequently, he moved back to Italy, for between and he taught moral philosophy at the University of Bologna.

His various works seem to have been lost. Sbaralea, Supplementum I, , 63; Giacomo da Cantalupo, Cenni biografici sugli uomini illustri della provincia franc. Bernardino dal Convento - Studio teologico S. Verona 4 , Albertus Marbachensis Albert von Marbach, ca. Followed the lectorate program in the studium generale of Strasbourg.

Thereafter, he absolved some of his obligations pro gradu at Bologna and Paris possibly as baccalaureus biblicus. He read the Sentences pro gradu at Strasbourg becoming baccalaureus sententiarum or formatus , and thereafter taught two years a principal lector at the Strasbourg studium generale. George, master of the university of Oxford to examine the Albert at the general chapter meeting,of Assisi and to bestow on him the magisterium theologiae if he was deemed suitable.

Albertus indeed received this grade. At the provincial chapter of Strasbourg 29 April, , he became provincial minister of the Strasbourg province, a position that he kept for 13 years. At the chapter of Speyer , he confirmed several new statutes, to enhance the observance of the rule.

Studied at Faenza and Bologna. Renowned for his philosophical, astronomical and theological knowledge. He died at the Cotignola friary. Caeliloquium Morale Bologna, A very curious work that tries to mix theological speculation on the heavens of the blessed with astronomy. Rome, , 8; Sbaralea, Supplementum ed. Alcantarine Observant friar from the Naples province. One year before his death, he was appointed to the episcopal see of Nictotera 21 February Author of devotional works.

Tractatus brevis originis, progressus et formae recitandi coronam virginis Mariae dominae nostrae Naples, Born in , he joined the order in and was clothed in Known for his preaching in Bozen Bolsano.

Several of his sermons were edited. Zierler, Geschichte der tirolischen kapuziner-ordens-provinx , 2 Vols. He entered the order in and became a well-respected theology lector and preacher, known for his popular sermons. He wrote a number or works of religious instruction, also for the training of other friars.

Albert de Paris, Capucin Paris: Laize de Breschc, This work was re-issued several times. The third edition is accessible via Google Books: This edition is accessible via Google Books. Friar from the Upper Germany Province. Viceguardianus in Regensburg and later in Nuremberg. Copiist of sermon manuscripts, of a manuscript containing questions of Bonaventure's Sentences commentary 2nd book, MS Munich Lat. Albertus would have started the production of the quadragesimal collection when he was vice guardian in Regensburg , and finished it while performing the same task in Nuremberg.

Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm ff. Albertum Hofeltinger Viceguardianus Ratisbonae, A. Born at Reggio Emilia, where he was notarius sacri palatii Shortly after , he began to compile chronicles and histories of his region. In this period, he became acquainted with Salimbene da Parma, who lived in the Reggio friary in and after They became friends and Salimbene functioned as his confessor. Salimbene and Alberto also shared historical information. Chronica , edited as: Alberti Milioli notarii regini, Liber de temporibus et aetatibus et cronica imperatorum , ed.

I codici e la ricostruzione del "Chronicon Regiense"', Bullettino dell'Istituto storico italiano 48 , ; Simone Bordini, 'Il tempo del cronista.

Tecniche compositive e costruzione della memoria politica nel "Liber de temporibus et aetatibus" di Alberto Milioli', in: Tempus mundi umbra aevi. Atti dell'incontro nazionale di studio Brescia, marzo , ed. Albertus Otero Alberto Otero, fl.

Italian friar from Vicenza. Lector of theology and bishop of Treviso papal appointment on 27 August , after a disputed election process. Remained bishop until his death around 28 April, Wadding ascribes to him a Summa Pontificia.

Rome, , 6 ed. In a letter dated November , the Franciscan minister general Gonsalvo talks about him as a possible candidate for the magisterium theologiae.

After receiving the doctorate, he became regent at the Franciscan Studium Generale of Paris. Author of several sermones de tempore and of a Quaestio Disputata de Principio Individuationis. Allegedly also the author of a commentary on the Sentences , additions to the Opus Oxoniense of Duns Scotis, and a commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics.

Sermones de Correctione Fraterna: Quaestio utrum videlicet confessor habeat auctoritatem absolvendi Albertus de Pisa Alberto da Pisa, d. Received into the order by Francis of Assisi in He was send to France in , together with his brother Agnello, to establish a foothold in Paris.

In , at the general chapter of Assisi, he was elected provincial minister of the new Germany province. In , he was relieved from his post by Elias of Cortona at the general chapter of Assisi, and became subsequently provincial minister in Hungary, the Italian Bologna province, the March of Ancona, the March of Treviso, and Tuscany. When his brother Agnello died in as the provincial minister of England, the English friars asked for Alberto as his replacement.

On 15 May, , after the deposition of Elias, Alberto was chosen minister general of the order at the general chapter of Rome. He apparently died on 23 January of the following year at Pisa. Alberto is the author of a Sermo de caritate Salvatoris. Made his profession on 22 November fulfilling his noviciate under the novice master Franciscau van Breda.

After two years of religious formation in the solitary monastery of Tervuren, he was entitled to start his studies of philosophy and theology in Probably was ordained priest in the s. Thereafter, active at Gelder present-day Germany , where he stimulated the establishment of a community of female tertiaries at Horst between Venlo and Venraay , for which Albertus wrote a. In , we find Albertus in Tienen, where he preached at the St. In , he was vicar of the St.

In the same year, he was appointed lector in philosophy. Yet he soon retreated from his teaching and became a simple clerical friar in Ghent, spending his time with writing and with preaching in Ghent and in neighbouring centres a. After he apparently lived and worked in Antwerp.

He died in By Guiliam Stryckwant in de gulde Lamp achter het Stadt-huys, Gemaeckt Voor alle Godtminnende zielen, dickwils uyt Gehoorsaemheyt te Oeffenen, om haer selven meer ende meer te ontsteken in de Goddelijcke Liefde. Maniere des Levens Met de principaelste puncten des Derden Reghels Voor alle Persoonen van wat staet of conditi die sijn, leerende hoe sy den derden Reghel van den Seraphienschen Vader S.

Beschreven door den E. Capucien; en uyt ghegheven door G. Het Geestelyck Verborgen Manna tot een Spys ghegheven Aen alle Godtvruchtige soo werelijcke als Geestelijcke Persoonen, die geen Religieusen en zijn, haer leerende, in wat staet, oft van wat conditie dat sy zijn, te konnen leven een waerachtigh volmaeckt geestelijck ende Religieus leven.

Ghemaeckt door den E. Alexander Everaerts, [in principle for everyone, but more in particular written for the sisters of Horst. Communie, Waer in dat geleert wort hoe dat-men Godtvruchtelijck ende volmaecktelijck sal leven, hoe geduerich met groote Vruchten Communiceren, Biechten, Mis-hooren, etc.

Petrus de Goesin, Capucin, en uytgegeven door H. Petrus de Goesin, ; Ghent: Alberto transferred to the observantist movement in , and received additional training into the Observant way of life by Angelo da Civitella.

Sometime after his transfer to the Observance, Alberto went to Verona. In that same year, Alberto began his preaching career, guided by Bernardino of Siena, who sent Alberto in November as a preacher to Modena.

In , Alberto apparently suffered from a bout of the Plague, which necessitated a break from his preaching tours. However, at Pentecost , when Alberto took part in the Observant general chapter of Bologna, he was chosen as one of the six friar who, on request by pope Eugenius IV, were sent to Basel, to preach the crusade against the Turcs.

In , he preached a Lenten cycle at Naples. Between , Alberto worked and travelled in the Byzantine Empire and in Palestine. He also had a role as organiser and interpreter at the council of Ferrara in , where papal and byzantine delegations negociated about the union between the Greek and the Latin churches.

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The intial successes of this council stimulated pope Eugenius IV to use Alberto in as an embassador to Christian Copts, with a letter asking them to participate in the Council of Florence and to obtain a union with the Coptic and Ethiopian churches. Armed with papal letters, Alberto once again travelled to Palestine Jerusalem , Egypt and Sudan Although a union with the mythical Ethiopean church was out of the question — Albert got into serious trouble during preaching sessions in the Sudan and also was troubled by illnesses that forced him to break off his planned visit of Ethiopea - Alberto was able to persuade the Coptic patriarch John of Alexandria to assent to union with the Catholic church.

Back in Italy, Alberto was chosen as the provincial vicar of the St. Anthony province June Soon thereafter, on 18 July , he was appointed general vicar of the Observants, in which capacity Alberto sent Giovanni da Capistrano to France, to stimulate the Observant reforms there. The pope saw Alberto as a good candidate for the position of general minister, in order to unify the order.

Yet, at the general chapter of May , he was deemed unacceptable by the Conventuals who apparently had had him removed with force from the premisses. Antonio da Rusconi was elected instead. By the end of that year, Alberto is found again in Constantinople, helping his friend Jacopo da Primadizzi in reforming the Franciscan friaries there.

In , we find Alberto preaching during Lent in Milan. In , he pacified the town of Brescia, helping to end its civil strife and establishing two Observant houses of Poor Clares On 18 may , he once more took part in the general chapter of the Observants Mugello, near Florence. He died the next year, on 15 August A large number of his letters more than , as well as sermons and orations have survived.

Oratio de Corpore Christi: Alberti Sarthianensis frustra S. Glassberger, Chronica , in: Alberto da Sarteano a s.

Secolo XV , Probably of ministerial descent. He received his education in Bremen. He became prior and later abbot of the Benedictine monastery St. He left this position when he was unable to reform his cloister into a Cistercian one, thanks to the opposition of the Archbishop of Bremen, Gerard II. He then entered the Franciscan convent in Stade. As friar minor, Albert was able to pursue his literary interests.

Already before his entrance in the Franciscan order he wrote a versified version of the Summa de casibus poenitentiae of Raymundus de Penyaforte the so-called Raimundus , full title: Summa de Poenitentia et Matrimonia , the Auriga a Gospel harmonization in proze for preaching purposes and the Quadriga a poetical adaptation of the Gospels. Not all of these works did survive.

Aside from that he elaborated the Apocalypse commentary of Alexander Minorita, and he continued writing his Chronica , or Annales Stadenses written between , a universal history with much information on the German and Northern regions. In it also is found his Itinerario , a pilgrimsguide to Rome and Jerusalem, written as a dialogue between two pilgrims.

In his chronicle the history from creation to Christ is presented in a synoptical manner, with computations of the five aetates. The sixth aetas, the period after Christ, is presented in the form of annals. There exists a continuation of his chronicle, known as the Annales Lubicenses , running from to About the author of this continuation almost nothing is known.

For a good inkling of the content of the work and for a rather balanced evaluation concerning the question whether this work was predominantly conceived within a Franciscan context, see Honemann , who questions some of the findings of Maeck Chronica Alberti Stadensis , ed. Reineccius Helmstedt, ; Annales Stadenses , ed. Partial edition ; Die Chronik des Albert von Stade , ed. Quadriga , edited in: Studien sur lateinischen Dichtung des Mittelalters. September , ed. Kultur - Geschichte - Strukturen.

Ihr sult sprechen willekomen. Die kulturhistorische Bedeutung byzantinischer Epigramme: Akten des internationalen Workshop, Wien, 1. Dezember , ed. Aldobrandus de Ammonatis Aldovrando, d. Italian friar from Florence. His name pops up in , when he signed a deposition in favor of the Portiuncola indulgence. He departed for Armenia after and was killed at Salmasa in Taught as regent of the Franciscan studium at Bologna in In , he was enlisted into the Bologna collegium of university professors.

Observant friar from Mantua. Known for his Malleus daemonum , a popular exorcism manual. Baptistam Piccaleum, impressores archiep. Francescanesimo e cultura a Noto , ed. He entered the order in Several times provincial minister and well-respected preacher. He died on 19 January In , he wrote a special letter on the task of preaching. Alexander Barcleius Alexander Barclay,c.

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Old bibliographers are uncertain about his whereabouts, but the fact that his translation of The Ship of Fools contains six stanzas in praise of King James IV of Scotland suggests a connection with that country. At the same time, he had cousins living in Londen near the end of his life.

Not much is known about his early years. The fact that he had a good command of several European languages has given rise to the idea that a part of his adolescence was spent with travels and study abroad. During thess year, he also must have obtained a good grounding in Latin, for he later worked as a schoolmaster and edited a Latin schoolbook. Unknown whether he attended university in this early period. During the early sixteenth century, he lived in the diocese of Lincoln, where he probably was trained to become a priest.

The earliest dependable information concerning him dates from , when he was ordained subdeacon, deacon, and priest at Exeter Cathedral, and obtained a benefice of some kind by the collegiate church of Ottery St Mary in Devon. Barclay apparently left Ottery in and four years later, by , he is found as a Benedictine monk in Ely Cathedral priory. Whether motivated by a genuine motivation or not, the Ely Cathedral priory provided him with the material security to continue writing: The best known of these are five verse Eclogues, written between and The other two on the lacking maecenate of rich men and on the contrast between urban citizens and country dwellers , went back to poems by Mantuan Baptista Spagnuoli.

In subsequent years, he worked on school texts. He revised the Vocabula by John Stanbridge, a Latin grammer his revision published in , and — All in all, Barclay had become an established man of letters, who was appreciated by contemporary authors, when he changed course, for sometime between and he abandoned Ely to become a Franciscan friar, possibly at the Observant house of Canterbury. He stopped writing and embarked in the study of theology, By , he was called magister or doctor, which indicates some higher degree of theology, but he apparently did not enlist officially as a student at Oxford or Cambridge or at least did not obtain a degree there.

Allegorically speaking In the case of G6ngora the sole sonnet which he devotes to the theme these are all steps along the soul's journey to moral disintegration. The "Descaminando, enfermo, peregrino" reflects the inventiveness of a baroque metaphors of decomposition and death characteristically sum- baroque desire to renew as well as rely upon tradition.

Quevedo likewise relied upon the spirit of baroque inventiveness and Lope criticizes Petrarchan excess. His explicit admission of having post-Reformation moralism to guide their configuration of the motif.

The sonnet's allowed for their elaboration in numerous sonnets. While some display final oxymoron of life and death detaches itself from mere Petrarchan the conservative imitation of linguistic convention and contemplative word-play by announcing the dimensions of a different spirituality - a postures, the more innovative attempts demonstrate an altered sensibili- spirituality which reassesses the pseudo-asceticism of Petrarchan love by ty. Brown - The "Peregrino Amoroso" fering.

A broader refraction of poetic imagination not only encourages the love-sick peregrino in sonnet form indicate a gradual progression of a moral consciousness but also fosters an inward turn of conceptual and thematic material and attitude.

Working within the boundaries of an linguistic game-playing. Lope subdues the function of a symbolic land- imitative poetic, Garcilaso, Herrera, Lope, and Quevedo assumed the scape e. The initial stage of conservative imitation represent- The final stage of the motif's conception is best demonstrated by ed by BoscAn and Garcilaso prepared for the creativity and intensity of Quevedo, who preferred a compromise between tradition and innovation poetization offered by Herrera's symbolic projection of feeling.

His drama- in six sonnets devoted to the motif. Such emotionally charged use of of the love-sick peregrino. Quevedo's most sophisticated conception of metaphor distinguished Herrera's efforts from the later alterations of traditional material transformed the motif by fashioning a conceited sentiment and philosophical-theological allegiance - attempts which expression of culto rhetoric, antithesis, and trope.

He derives individual rearranged conventions according to the designs of Reformation spiritu- conceits from a traditional understanding of metaphors and unifies them ality or baroque experimentation. Although Lope may have proved him- in a sonnet of allegorical significance. He rehearsed the motif y, fatigado, mi descanso hallaba. It was Herrera, more than any buscaron mis tinieblas a su dia, other sonneteer, who creatively dramatized the frustration of an estranged que dando luz a1 mismo sol andaba.

BROWN pues fui con aire della sustentado. The entire poem with its series of antitheses is based upon two Notes levels of reality: Antonio Vilanova first studied the origins and development of theperegrino as an salamanders and chameleons can survive, and a journey of love in which archetype of prose fiction in "El peregrino andante en el 'Persiles' de Cervantes," the speaker is consumed by the flames of his beloved's beauty.

Shortly thereafter he investigated the concept of the peregrino amoroso in both prose and poet- levels are metaphorically fused into an allegory of love. The landscape ry as the historical-literary context for Gongora's peregrino in the Soledades: Additional details of the influence of Bembo and desert of amorous frustration and complaint.

Transformed into a sala- Della Casa upon the sixteenth-century vogue of the motif appear in "Nuevas notas mander, his ultimate metamorphosis is symbolized by the chameleon of sobre el tema del peregrino de amor," Studia hispanica in honorem R. Lapesa, I Ma- the final tercet; he has become the adulator who completely reflects the drid: Gredos, , Juergen Hahn offered a broader focus of the peregrinatio in Renaissance life and literature; see The Origins of the Baroque Concept of "Pere- whim of the beloved.

Dante's use of the peregrino in the Divina Commedia and the Vita Nuova extends Quevedo's sonnet is based on the conceit of the sun and supported by from the common medieval traveler or pilgrim Galizia, Palmieri, Romei, V.

James, the East, or Rome, to the allegorical homo viator the thematic context of the peregrino amoroso. Unlike Herrera and of the Commedia who journeys through the "oscura selva" of life longing for the Petrarch, however, he does not rely upon the landscape to directly mirror beatific vision and his ultimate repose in heaven.

See also Hahn's discussion of Dante, interior disposition; instead, he allegorizes it as the context of his suffering pp. Bembo and Della Casa "constituyen dos importantisimos eslabones intermedios and demonstrates a natural progression of poetic association from me- en la ininterrumpida cadena temitica que va desde Petrarca a Torquato Tasso y que se taphor, conceit, to allegory. The four stages of poetic conceptualization evident in the evolution of 4.

Le Rime, ed. Carducci and Serverino Ferrari ; rpt. Subsequent references from this edition are cited within the body of my paper. Pedro Laynez composed four sonnets rejecting the normal contemplative pose to 5.

In the words of Ernst Cassirer, "For Petrarch, landscape becomes the living assume a plaintive posture of direct address 5,9,22,38, Obras, ed. Joaquin de Entram- mirror of the Ego. Nature is not sought and represented for its own sake; rather, basaguas [Madrid: Mario Domandi New York: Barnes and landscape as a symbolic correlative of inner despair: Lusy, , f.

His remaining six 6. Hernando de Acuiia refers briefly to different aspects of the motif in five sonnets: Selecciones Biblibfilas, , pp.

Knapp [Madrid causa, aver provado" p. Ginesta, ; Francisco de Aldana "En fin, en fin tras tanto andar muriendo," Gutierre de Cetina utilized the conventions of the motif in six sonnets: Manuel Moragbn Maestre [Madrid: Joaquin Hazaiias y la Rua [Seville: Diaz, ; the journey as an ethical metaphor of conscience LIX ; references to pensoso y sin consuelo" f. Alfred Morel-Fatio voyage X. Henninger Frkres, , p. Dorothy Clotelle Clark [New York: Hispanic Institute, "solitaria senda" of love I1: Alonso Zamora Vicente, 3rd ed.

Espasa-Calpe, ; the storm-tossed, shipwreckedperegrine I1: Coni Hermanos, , p. Thirteen of the twenty sonnets Herrera devoted to the motif reveal various 7.

Boscan's imitations of the motif vary from one line references, more extenswe degrees of such symbolical intensity based upon attempts to emotionally subjectivize allusions, or the development of an entire sonnet. He used the motif as the primary exterior surroundings Bk I: Adolphe Coster [; rpt.

The remaining seven sonnets display a preoccupation with Molas [Barcelona: Bk XC; Bk A long plain and endless sierra extend before the speaker revealing the ennui of "alegoria" cf. XLIV de la esperanza, con que andar solia por la escura region de buestro olvido. Garcilaso 9. Navarro Tomas, 7th ed. Espasa-Calpe, Herrera, 2nd redaction verse XX. The expression is Herrera's, appearing in his comments on the sonnet: Antonio Gallego Morell, 2nd ed.

Gredos, , p. Herrera found the alegoria of the final tercet extremely attractive: Indeed, he patterned the final conclusion of his most accomplished sonnet discussed subsequently on his same poetic principle of No sB, de quien me valga en mi estrecheza, abstraction and allegory. The most distinctive examples among this group of poets belong to Francisco de pues remedio sin vos, mi Luz no espero.

Figueroa, who imitated the motif more than the others ten sonnets , Sonnet XXXV of the edition of Herrera's poetry, Algunas obras, ed.

Adolphe perhaps best represents the commonplace imitation of lexical, conceptual, and contem- Coster [Paris: Champion, Gonzalez Palencia [Madrid: Sociedad de Biblibfilos Espaiioles, Lupercio Leonardo de Argensola composed one sonnet Jose Manuel Blecua particularly well-balanced imitation of Garcilaso's "Cuando me paro a contemplar [Zaragoza: Oreste Macri [Salamanca: The sonnet is a fusion of the popular medieval theme of the serrana with the Anaya, Brown - The "Peregrino Amoroso" consulted in Sonetos completos, ed.

Birut6 Ciplijauskait6 Madrid: Castalia, , no. Lope developed the motif in fourteen sonnets: Gerardo Diego [Madrid:He is mentioned several times by Salimbene: Topografia Terrae Promissionis , edited in: Una produccion absolutamenta fenomenal. Coni Hermanos, , p. Studien sur lateinischen Dichtung des Mittelalters. In one of his letters to Simon of Reggio, edited by Fussenegger, see below , Alexander wrote at length about his travels and about his literary production, information that indicates that, aside from his letters, Alexander wrote at least eight other works see below.

Transformed into a sala- Della Casa upon the sixteenth-century vogue of the motif appear in "Nuevas notas mander, his ultimate metamorphosis is symbolized by the chameleon of sobre el tema del peregrino de amor," Studia hispanica in honorem R. Related Papers. Whether motivated by a genuine motivation or not, the Ely Cathedral priory provided him with the material security to continue writing: