Renaissance Fables

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A tradition started by Leon Battista Alberti’s Apologi centum (1437), the philosophical Aesopic fable was an important genre in Renaissance literature. This volume presents Aesopic prose by Alberti, Bartolomeo Scala, Leonardo da Vinci and Bernadino Baldi, translated, with introduction and notes by David Marsh.

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Renaissance Fables

Renaissance Fables

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A tradition started by Leon Battista Alberti’s Apologi centum (1437), the philosophical Aesopic fable was an important genre in Renaissance literature. This volume presents Aesopic prose by Alberti, Bartolomeo Scala, Leonardo da Vinci and Bernadino Baldi, translated, with introduction and notes by David Marsh.

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