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CONTENTS.

 

 

PART I. DANTE AND HIS CIRCLE.

 

 
  1. PAGE
  2. Introduction to Part I.
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    1
  3. Dante Alighieri.
  4.  
    The New Life. (La Vita Nuova.)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    30
  5.  
    Sonnet (to Brunetto Latini). Sent with the Vita Nuova
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    96
  6.  
    Sonnet. Of Beatrice de' Portinari, on All Saints' Day
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    97
  7.  
    Sonnet. To certain Ladies; when Beatrice was lamenting her Father's Death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    98
  8.  
    Sonnet. To the same Ladies; with their Answer
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    99
  9.  
    Ballata. He will gaze upon Beatrice
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    100
  10.  
    Canzone. A Complaint of his lady's Scorn
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    101
  11.  
    Canzone. He beseeches Death for the Life of Beatrice
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    104
  12.  
    Sonnet. On the 9th of June 1290
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    107
  13.  
    Sonnet (to Cino da Pistoia). He rebukes Cino for Fickleness
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    108
  14.  
    Sonnet (Cino to Dante). He answers Dante, confessing his unsteadfast Heart
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    109
  15.  
    Sonnet (to Cino da Pistoia). Written in Exile
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    110
  16.  
    Sonnet (Cino to Dante). He answers the foregoing Sonnet (by Dante), and prays him, in the name of Beatrice, to continue his great Poem
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    111
  17.  
    Sonnet. Of Beauty and Duty
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    112
  18.  
    Sestina. Of the Lady Pietra degli Scrovigni
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    113
  19.  
    Sonnet. A Curse for a fruitless Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    115
  20. Guido Cavalcanti.
  21.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri). He interprets Dante's Dream, related in the first Sonnet of the Vita Nuova
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    116
  22.  
    Sonnet. To his Lady Joan, of Florence
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    117
  23.  
    Sonnet. He compares all things with his Lady, and finds them wanting
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    118
  24.  
    Sonnet. A Rapture concerning his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    119
  25.  
    Ballata. Of his Lady among other Ladies
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    120
  26.  
    Sonnet (to Guido Orlandi). Of a consecrated Image resembling his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    121
  27.  
    Madrigal (Guido Orlandi to Cavalcanti). In answer to the foregoing Sonnet (by Cavalcanti)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    122
  28.  
    Sonnet. Of the Eyes of a certain Mandetta, of Thoulouse, which resemble those of his Lady Joan, of Florence
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    123
  29.  
    Ballata. He reveals, in a Dialogue, his increasing Love for Mandetta
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    124
  30.  
    Sonnet (Dante Alighieri to Guido Cavalcanti). He imagines a pleasant voyage for Guido, Lapo Gianni, and himself, with their three Ladies
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    126
  31.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri). He answers the foregoing Sonnet (by Dante), speaking with shame of his changed Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    127
  32.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri). He reports, in a feigned Vision, the stucessful issue of Lapo Gianni's Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    128
  33.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri). He mistrusts the Love of Lapo Gianni
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    129
  34.  
    Sonnet. On the Detection of a false Friend
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    130
  35.  
    Sonnet. He speaks of a third Love of his
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    131
  36.  
    Ballata. Of a continual Death in Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    132
  37.  
    Sonnet. To a Friend who does not pity his Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    133
  38.  
    Ballata. He perceives that his highest Love is gone from him
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    134
  39.  
    Sonnet. Of his Pain from a new Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    136
  40.  
    Prolonged Sonnet (Guido Orlandi to Guido Cavalcanti). He finds fault with the Conceits of the foregoing Sonnet (by Cavalcanti)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    137
  41.  
    Sonnet (Gianni Alfani to Guido Cavalcanti). On the part of a Lady of Pisa
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    138
  42.  
    Sonnet (Bernardo da Bologna to Guido Cavalcanti) He writes to Guido, telling him of the Love which a certain Pinella showed on seeing him
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    139
  43.  
    Sonnet (to Bernardo da Bologna) Guido answers, commending Pinella, and saying that the Love he can offer her is already shared by many noble Ladies
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    140
  44.  
    Sonnet (Dino Compagni to Guilo Cavalcanti) He reproves Guido for his Arrogance in Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    141
  45.  
    Sonnet (to Guido Orlandi) In Praise of Guido Orlandi's Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    142
  46.  
    Sonnet (Guido Orlandi to Guido Cavalcanti) He answers the foregoing Sonnet (by Cavalcanti), declaring himself his Lady's Champion
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    143
  47.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He rebukes Dante for his way of Life after the Death of Beatrice
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    144
  48.  
    Ballata Concerning a Shepherd-maid
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    145
  49.  
    Sonnet Of an ill favoured Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    147
  50.  
    Sonnet (to Pope Boniface VIII.) After the Pope's Interdict, when the Great Houses were leaving Florence
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    148
  51.  
    Ballata In Exile Satarzana
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    149
  52.  
    Canzone A Song of Fortune
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    151
  53.  
    Canzone A Song against Poverty
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    154
  54.  
    Canzone He laments the Presumption and Incontinence of his Youth
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    156
  55.  
    Canzone A Dispute with Death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    159
  56.  
    Cino da Pistoia.
  57.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He interprets Dante's Dream related in the first Sonnet of the Vita Nuova
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    163
  58.  
    Canzone (to Dante Alighieri) On the Death of Beatrice Portinari
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    164
  59.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He conceives of some Compensation in Death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    167
  60.  
    Madrigal To his Lady Selvaggia Vergiolesi; likening his Love to a Search for Gold
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    168
  61.  
    Sonnet To Love, in great Bitterness
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    169
  62.  
    Sonnet Death is not without but within him
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    170
  63.  
    Sonnet A Trance of Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    171
  64.  
    Sonnet Of the Grave of Selvaggia, on the Monte della Sambuca
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    173
  65.  
    Canzone His Lament for Selvaggia
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    173
  66.  
    Sonnet (to Guido Cavalcanti) He owes nothing to Guido as a Poet
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    175
  67.  
    Sonnet He impugns the verdicts of Dantis Commedia
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    176
  68.  
    Sonnet He condemns Dante for not naming, in the Commedia, his friend Onesto di Boncima, and his Lady Selvaggia
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    177
  69. Dante da Maiano.
  70.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He interprets Dante Alighieri's Dream, related in the first Sonnet of the Vita Nuova
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    178
  71.  
    Sonnet He craves interpreting of a Dream of his
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    179
  72.  
    Sonnet (Guido Orlandi to Dante da Maiano) He interprets the Dream related in the foregoing Sonnet (by Dante da Maiano)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    180
  73.  
    Sonnet To his Lady Nina, of Sicily
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    181
  74.  
    Sonnet He thanks his Lady for the Joy he has had from her
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    182
  75. Cecco Angiolieri, da Siena.
  76.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) On the last Sonnet of the Vita Nuova
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    183
  77.  
    Sonnet He will not be too deeply in Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    184
  78.  
    Sonnet Of Love in Men and Devils
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    185
  79.  
    Sonnet Of Love, in honour of his Mistress Becchina
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    186
  80.  
    Sonnet Of Becchina, the Shoemaker's Daughter
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    187
  81.  
    Sonnet To Messer Angiolieri, his Father . . ,
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    188
  82.  
    Sonnet Of the 20th June 1291
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    189
  83.  
    Sonnet In absence from Becchina
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    190
  84.  
    Sonnet Of Becchitta in a Rage
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    191
  85.  
    Sonnet He rails against Dante, who had censured his homage to Becchina
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    192
  86.  
    Sonnet Of his Four Tormentors
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    193
  87.  
    Sonnet Concerning his Father
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    194
  88.  
    Sonnet Of all he would do
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    195
  89.  
    Sonnet He is past all Help
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    196
  90.  
    Sonnet Of why he is unhanged
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    197
  91.  
    Sonnet Of why he would be a Scullion
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    198
  92.  
    Prolonged Sonnet When his Clothes were gone
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    199
  93.  
    Sonnet He argues his case with Death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    200
  94.  
    Sonnet Of Becchina, and of her Husband
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    201
  95.  
    Sonnet To Becchina's rich Husband
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    202
  96.  
    Sonnet On the Death of his Father
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    203
  97.  
    Sonnet He would slay all who hate their Fathers
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    204
  98.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He writes to Dante, theft in exile at Verona, defying him as no better than himself
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    205
  99. Guido Orlandi.
  100.  
    Sonnet Against the " White" Ghibellines
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    206
  101. Lapo Gianni.
  102.  
    Madrigal What Love shall provide for htm
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    207
  103.  
    Ballata a Message in charge for his Lady Lagia
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    208
  104. Dino Frescobaldi.
  105.  
    Sonnet Of what his iMdy is
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    210
  106.  
    Sonnet Of the Star of his Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    211
  107. Giotto di Bondone.
  108.  
    Canzone Of the Doctrine of Voluntary Foverty
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    212
  109. Simone dall' Antella.
  110.  
    Prolonged Sonnet In the last Days of the Emperor Henry VII
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    215
  111. Giovanni Quirino.
  112.  
    Sonnet (to Dante Alighieri) He commends the work of Dante's life, then drawing to its close; and deplores his own deficiencies
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    216
  113.  
    Sonnet (Dante Alighieri to Giovanni Quirino) He answers the foregoing Sonnet (by Quirino); saying what he feels at the approach of Death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    217
 

 
 

APPENDIX TO PART I.

  1. I.
    Forese Donati.
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
  2.  
    Sonnet (Dante to Forese) He taunts Forese, by the nickname of Bicci
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    220
  3.  
    Sonnet (Forese to Dante) He taunts Dante ironically for not avenging Geri Alighieri
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    220
  4.  
    Sonnet (Dante to Forese) He taunts him concerning his Wife
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    221
  5.  
    Sonnet (Forese to Dante) He taunts him concerning the unavenged Spirit of Geri Alighieri
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    222
  6. II.
    Cecco d'Ascoli
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    225
  7. III.
    Giovanni Boccaccio.
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
  8.  
    Sonnet To one who had censured his public Exposition of Dante
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    227
  9.  
    Sonnet Inscription for a Portrait of Dante
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    227
  10.  
    Sonnet To Dante in Paradise, after Fiammetta's death
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    228
  11.  
    Sonnet Of Fiammetta singing
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    229
  12.  
    Sonnet Of his last sight of Fiammetta
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    229
  13.  
    Sonnet Of three Girls and of their Talk
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    230
 

 

PART II. POETS CHIEFLY BEFORE DANTE.

  1. TABLE OF POETS IN PART II.
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    233
  2. Ciullo d' Alcamo.
  3.  
    Dialogue Lover and Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    245
  4. Folcachiero de' Folcachieri.
  5.  
    Canzone He speaks of his Condition through Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    255
  6. Lodovico della Vernaccia.
  7.  
    Sonnet He exhorts the State to vigilance
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    257
  8. Saint Francis of Assisi.
  9.  
    Cantica Our Lord Christ: of Order
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    258
  10. Frederick II. Emperor.
  11.  
    Canzone Of his Lady in Bondage
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    259
  12. Enzo, King of Sardinia.
  13.  
    Sonnet On the fitness of Seasons
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    262
  14. Guido Guinicelli.
  15.  
    Sonnet Concerning Lucy
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    263
  16.  
    Canzone Of the gentle Heart
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    264
  17.  
    Sonnet He will praise his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    266
  18.  
    Canzone He perceives his Rashness in Love, but has no choice
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    267
  19.  
    Sonnet Of Moderation and Tolerance
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    269
  20.  
    Sonnet Of Human Presumption
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    270
  21. Guerzo di Montecanti.
  22.  
    Sonnet He is out of heart with his Time
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    271
  23. Inghilfredi, Siciliano.
  24.  
    Canzone He rebukes the Evil of that Time
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    272
  25. Rinaldo d' Aquino.
  26.  
    Canzone He is resolved to be joyful in Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    274
  27.  
    Canzone A Lady, in Spring, repents of her Coldness
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    277
  28. Jacopo da Lentino.
  29.  
    Sonnet Of his Lady in Heaven
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    279
  30.  
    Canzonetta Of his Lady, and of her Portrait
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    280
  31.  
    Sonnet No Jewel is worth his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    283
  32.  
    Canzonetta He will neither boast nor lament to his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    284
  33.  
    Canzonetta Of his Lady, and of his making her Likeness
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    286
  34.  
    Sonnet Of his Lady's face
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    288
  35.  
    Canzone At the end of his Hope
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    289
  36. Mazzeo di Ricco, da Messina.
  37.  
    Canzone He solicits his Lady s Tily
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    291
  38.  
    Canzone After Six Years' Service he renounces his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    293
  39.  
    Sonnet Of Self-seeing
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    295
  40. Pannuccio dal Bagno, Pisano.
  41.  
    Canzone Of his Change through Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    296
  42. Giacomino Pugliesi.
  43.  
    Canzonetta Of his Lady in Absence
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    299
  44.  
    Canzonetta To his Lady, in Spring
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    301
  45.  
    Canzone Of his dead Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    303
  46. Fra Guittone d'Arezzo.
  47.  
    Sonnet To the Blessed Virgin Mary
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    306
  48. Bartolomeo di Sant' Angelo.
  49.  
    Sonnet He jests concerning his Poverty
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    307
  50. Saladino da Pavia.
  51.  
    Dialogue Lover and Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    308
  52. Bonaggiunta Urbiciani, da Lucca.
  53.  
    Canzone Of the true end of Love; with a Prayer to his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    310
  54.  
    Canzonetta How he dreams of his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    312
  55.  
    Sonnet Of Wisdom and Foresight
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    314
  56.  
    Sonnet Of Continence in Speech
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    315
  57. Meo Abbracciavacca, da Pistoia.
  58.  
    Canzone He will be silent and watchful in his Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    316
  59.  
    Ballata His Life is by Contraries
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    319
  60. Ubaldo di Marco.
  61.  
    Sonnet, Of a Lady's Love for him .
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    320
  62. Simbuono Giudice.
  63.  
    Canzone He finds that Love has beguiled him, but will trust in his Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    321
  64. Masolino da Todi.
  65.  
    Sonnet Of Work and Wealth
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    324
  66. Onesto di Boncima, Bolognese.
  67.  
    Sonnet Of the Last Judgment
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    325
  68.  
    Sonnet He wishes that he could meet his Lady alone
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    326
  69. Terino da Castel Fiorentino.
  70.  
    Sonnet To Onesto di Boncima, In answer to the foregoing
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    327
  71. Maestro Migliore, da Fiorenza.
  72.  
    Sonnet He declares all Love to be Grief
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    328
  73. Dello da Signa.
  74.  
    Ballata His Creed of Ideal Lcve
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    329
  75. Folgore sa San Geminiano.
  76.  
    Sonnet To the Guelph Faction
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    330
  77.  
    Sonnet To the Same
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    331
  78.  
    Sonnet Of Virtue
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    332
  79.  
    Twelve Sonnets Of the Months
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    333
  80.  
    Seven Sonnets Of the Week
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    342
  81. Guido delle Colonne.
  82.  
    Canzone To Love and to his Lady
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    347
  83. Pier Moronelli, di Fiorenza.
  84.  
    Canzonetta a bitter Song to his Lady
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    349
  85. Ciuncio Fiorentino.
  86.  
    Canzone Of his Love; with the Figures of a Stag, of Water, and of an Eagle
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    352
  87. Ruggieri di Amici, Siciliano.
  88.  
    Canzonetta For a Fenewal of Favours
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    354
  89. Carnino Ghiberti, da Fiorenza.
  90.  
    Canzone Being absent from his Lady, he fears Death
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    356
  91. Prinzivalle Doria.
  92.  
    Canzone Of his Love, with the. Figure of a sudden Storm
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    358
  93. Rustico di Filippo.
  94.  
    Sonnet Of the making of Master Messerin
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    360
  95.  
    Sonnet Of the safety of Messer Fazio
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    361
  96.  
    Sonnet Of Messer Ugolino
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    362
  97. Pucciarello di Fiorenza.
  98.  
    Sonnet Of Expediency
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    363
  99. Albertuccio della Viola.
  100.  
    Canzone Of his Lady dancing
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    364
  101. Tommaso Buzzuola, da Faenza.
  102.  
    Sonnet He is in awe of his Lady
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    366
  103. Noffo Bonaguida.
  104.  
    Sonnet He is enjoitied to pure Love
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    367
  105. Lippo Paschi de' Bardi.
  106.  
    Sonnet He solicits a Lad^s Favours
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    368
  107. Ser Pace, Notaio da Fiorenza.
  108.  
    Sonnet A Return to Love
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    369
  109. Niccolò degli Albizzi.
  110.  
    Prolonged Sonnet When the Troops were returning from Milan
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    370
  111. Francesco da Barberino.
  112.  
    Blank Verse A Virgin declares her Beauties
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    371
  113.  
    Sentenze Of Sloth against Sin
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    373
  114.  
    Sentenze Of Sins in Speech
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    375
  115.  
    Sentenze Of Importunities and Troublesonu Persons
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    377
  116.  
    Sentenze Of Caution
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    380
  117. Fazio degli Uberti.
  118.  
    Canzone His Portrait of his Lady, Angiola of Verona
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    381
  119.  
    Extract from the "Dittamondo." Of Engand, and of its Marvels
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    384
  120.  
    Extract from the "Dittamondo." Of the Dukes of Normandy, and thence of the Kings of England, from William I. to Edward III
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    388
  121. Franco Sacchetti.
  122.  
    Ballata. His Talk with certain Peasant-girls
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    392
  123.  
    Catch. On a Fine Day
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    394
  124.  
    Catch. On a Wet Day
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    396
  125. Anonymous Poems.
  126.  
    Sonnet. A Lady laments for her lost Lover, by similitude of a Falcon
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    398
  127.  
    Ballata. One speaks of the Beginning of his Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    399
  128.  
    Ballata. One speaks of his false Lady
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    399
  129.  
    Ballata. One speaks of his feigned and real Love
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    400
  130.  
    Ballata. Of true and false Singing
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    401