A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



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Hopper, Vincent Foster. Medieval Number Symbolism. 1938. Pennsylvania: Norwood, 1978.

Frasca, Gabriele. La furia della sintassi: La sestina in Italia. Naples: Bibliopolis, 1992.

Gallego, Julián. Visión y símbolos en la pintura española del siglo de Oro. Madrid: Cátedra, 1984.

Gargano, Antonio. "L'Arcadia di Sannazaro in Spagna: l'Egloga II di Garcilaso tra Imitatio e modello bucolico." In Jacopo Sannazaro. La cultura napolitana nell'Europa del Rinascimento. Ed. P. Sabbatino. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2009. 287-296.

Geninasca, Jean. "Fragmentación convencional y significación." In Ensayos de semiótica poética, By A. J. Greimas et al. Barcelona, Planeta, 1976. 62-82.

Gorni, Guglielmo ([1979] 1993): "La metafora di testo", Metrica e analisi letteraria, Bologna, Il Mulino, pp. 137-152.

Hernández Esteban, María (2001 [1987]): "Procedimientos compositivos de la sestina. De Arnaut Daniel a Fernando de Herrera", Revista de Literatura XLIX (98), pp. 351-424. Reimpreso en M. Hernández Esteban, El Texto en el Texto. Lecturas de géneros literarios, Universidad de Málaga, pp. 125-201.

Herrera, Fernando de (ed. 1985): Poesía castellana original completa, ed. de C. Cuevas, Madrid, Cátedra.

Luque Moreno, Jesús (2001): "Numerus: la articulación rítmica del lenguaje", en A. Alvar Ezquerra y F. García Jurado, Actas del X Congreso Español de Estudios Clásicos, Madrid, Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos/Ediciones Clásicas, pp. 493-530.

Macrobio, Ambrosio Teodosio (ed. 1981): Comentariorum in somnium Scipionis Libri Duo, introduzione, testo, traduzione e note a cura di L. Scarpa, Padova, Liviana Editrice.

Macrobio, Ambrosio Teodosio (ed. 2001): Commentaire au Songe de Scipion, texte établi, traduit et commenté par M. Armisen-Marchetti, Paris, Les Belles Lettres, Livre I.

Macrobio, Ambrosio Teodosio (ed. 2006): Comentario al Sueño de Escipión de Cicerón, introducción, traducción y notas de F. Navarro Antolín, Madrid, Gredos.

Maier-Troxler, Katharina (2009): "Alegrando la vista y el oído: tejido y texto en la 'Égloga III' de Garcilaso", en M. Burkhardt, A. Plattner y A. Schorderet, Parallelismen / Parallèlismes / Paralelismos: Literatur –und Kulturwissensschaftliche Beiträge zu Ehren von Peter Fröhlicher, Tübingen, Narr / Francke / Attempto, pp. 87-95.

Marcozzi, Luca (2002): La Biblioteca di Febo. Mitologia e Allegoria in Petrarca, Firenze, Cesati Editore.

Martínez Vélez, Pedro (1931): El número agustiniano. Contribución al estudio de la filosofía de San Agustín, El Escorial, Imprenta del Monasterio.

Nolhac, Pierre de (1965 [1892]): Pétrarque et l'humanisme, 2 vols., Paris, Librairie Honoré Champion.

Oroz, José (1975): "De Pitágoras a san Agustín: Realidad y simbolismo de los números", Helmantica 26 (79-81), pp. 427-453.

Otaola, Paloma (2005): El De musica de Agustín y la tradición pitagórico-platónica, Valladolid, Estudio Agustiniano.

Ovidio, Publio (1984): Metamorfosis, revisión y trad. de A. Ruiz de Elvira, Madrid, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 3 vols.

Oxford Latin Dictionary. Ed. P. G. W. Glare, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1990.

Pastore Stocchi, Manlio (1981): "I sonetti III e LXI", Lectura Petrarce I, pp. 171-191.

Pelosini, Raffaella (1998): "Il sistema-sestine nel Canzoniere (e altre isotopie di Laura)", Critica del testo V, pp. 665-721

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 1525 y 1538): Le Opere Volgari del Petrarcha con la espositione di Alessandro Vellutello da Lucca, Venezia. .

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 1984 [1899]): Le Rime, a cura de Giosuè Carducci e Severino Ferrari, reeditada con prólogo de G. Contini, Firenze, Sansoni.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 1985): Cancionero, ed. de la traducción castellana de Enrique Garcés (Madrid, Drouy, 1591) con ensayo introductorio y notas de A. Prieto; cronología y bibliografía de M. Hernández Esteban. Barcelona, Planeta.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 1992): Secretum / Il mio segreto, edizione commentata bilingue a cura di E. Fenzi, Milano, Mursia.

Petrarca, Francesco (2003): Canzoniere, introduzione di Ugo Foscolo, note di Giacomo Leopardi, a cura di U. Dotti, Milano, Feltrinelli.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2004a [1996]): Canzoniere, a cura di U. Dotti, Roma, Donzelli Editore, 2 vols.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2004b [1996]): Canzoniere, edizione comentata a cura di M. Santagata, Milano, Mondadori.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2004c [1904]): Rerum vulgarium fragmenta. Codice Vat. lat. 3195. Commentario all'edizione in fac-simile, edizione diplomatica di Ettore Modigliani, a cura di G. Belloni, F. Brugnolo, H. W. Storey e S. Zamponi, Roma/Padova, Editrice Antenore.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2005): Canzoniere. Rerum vulgarium fragmenta a cura di R. Bettarini, Torino, Giulio Einaudi Editore, 2 vols.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2008): Rerum vulgarium fragmenta, edizione critica di G. Savoca, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki Editore.

Petrarca, Francesco (ed. 2011): Mi secreto/Epístolas, ed. bilingüe de R. Arqués Corominas, Madrid, Cátedra.

Picone, Michelangelo (2007a [2004]): "Petrarca e il libro non finito", en Petrarca volgare (= Italianistica, XXXIII/2, pp. 83-93); reimpreso en M. Picone (ed.), Lectura Petrarcae Turicensis. Il Canzoniere Lettura micro e macrotestuale, Ravenna, Longo Editore, pp. 9-23.

Picone, Michelangelo (2007b): "Amor e Gloria nella composizione di RVF 110-19 en M. Picone (ed.), Lectura Petrarcae Turicensis. Il Canzoniere Lettura micro e macrotestuale, Ravenna, Longo Editore, pp. 279-294.

Picone, Michelangelo (2007c): "L'inizio della storia (RVF 1-10)", en M. Picone (ed.), Lectura Petrarcae Turicensis. Il Canzoniere. Lettura micro e macrotestuale, Ravenna, Longo Editore, pp. 25-51.

Picone, Michelangelo (ed.) (2007): Lectura Petrarcae Turicensis. Il Canzoniere. Lettura micro e macrotestuale, Ravenna, Longo Editore.

Quevedo, Francisco de (1981): Poesía original completa, ed. de J. M. Blecua, Barcelona, Planeta.

Quintiliano, Marco Fabio (ed. 1979): Institutio oratoria, with an English translation by H. E. Butler, London, Harvard University Press/W.Heinemann/ Loeb Classical Library, 4 vols.

Rico, Francisco (1974): Vida y obra de Petrarca. I. Lectura del Secretum, Padova, Editrice Antenore.

Røstvig, Maren-Sofie(1970): "Structure as prophecy: the influence of biblical exegesis upon theories of literary structure", en A. Fowler (ed.), Silent Poetry, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 32-72.

Sannazaro, Jacopo (2009): Latin Poetry, bilingual edition, translated by Michael C. J. Putnam, Cambridge (Mass.)/London, The I Tatti Renaissance Library/ Har- vard University Press.

Santagata, Marco (1988): Petrarca e i Colonna. Sui destinatari di R.v.f. 7, 10, 28 e 40, Lucca, Maria Pazzini Fazzi editore

Santagata, Marco (1990): Per moderne carte. La biblioteca volgare di Petrarca, Bologna, Il Mulino.

Sapegno, Maria Serena (1999): Petrarca e lo stile della Poesia, Roma, Bagatto Libri.

Savoca, Giuseppe (2008): Il Canzoniere di Petrarca tra codicologia ed ecdotica, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki.

Soldani, Arnaldo (2007a): "Voce e temporalità nella narrazione del Canzoniere", en AA. VV., Studi in onore di Pier Vicenzo Mengaldo per i suoi settant'anni, Fi- renze, SISMEL/Ed. del Galluzzo, vol. I, pp.325-345.

Soldano, Arnaldo (2007b): "Dialoghi e soliloqui al limitare del tempo (Rvf 351- 59)", en M. Picone (ed.), Lectura Petrarcae Turicensis. Il Canzoniere Lettura micro e macrotestuale, Ravenna, Longo Editore, pp. 759-798.

Storey, H. Wayne (2004): "All'interno della poetica grafico-visiva di Petrarca", en F. Petrarca, Rerum vulgarium fragmenta. Codice Vat .lat 3195.Commentario, a cura di Gino Belloni, Furio Brugnolo, H. Wayne Storey e Stefano Zamponi, Roma/Padova, Editrice Antenore, pp. 131-171.

Stierle, Karl (1996): "Il sonetto CCCLIII", Lectura Petrarce XVI, pp. 231-247.

Stroppa, S. (2004): "'Obscuratus est sol'. Codice lirico e codice biblico in Rvf III", Lettere Italiane LVI/2, pp.165-189.

VEGA, Félix Lope de (1983): Obras poéticas, edición, introducción y notas de J. M. Blecua, Barcelona, Planeta.

VEGA, Garcilaso de la (ed. 1995): Obra poética y textos en prosa, ed., prólogo y notas de B. Morros, Barcelona, Crítica.

VILJAMAA, Toivo (2007): "'Text' as 'hyphos' in Quintilian (Institutio oratoria 9.4.3, 3-23)", en O. Merisalo y R. Vainio (eds.), Ad itum liberum: Essays in honour of Anne Helttula, Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä University, pp. 131-138.

VIRGILIO, Publio (1982): La Eneida, trad. de R. Hernández de Velasco (1555); introd. y notas de V. Bejarano, Barcelona, Planeta.

VIRGILIO, Publio (1986) Aeneid, with an English translation by H. Rushton Fairclough, London, Harvard University Press/W. Heinemann Ltd/ Loeb Clasical Library, 2 vols.

Zamponi, Stefano. "Il libro del Canzoniere: modelli, strutture, funzioni." In F. Petrarca, Rerum vulgarium fragmenta. Codice Vat .lat 3195. Commentario. Ed. G. Belloni, F. Brugnolo, H. W. Storey and S. Zamponi, Rome and Padua: Antenore, 2004. 13-72.

Zenari, Massimo. "Sulle figure della annominatio comprese nei repertori metrici. Il 'Canzoniere' di Francesco Petrarca." Studi Petrarcheschi 14 (2001): 1-113.

Zink, Michel. Belle: Essai sur les chansons de toile. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1978.

Bush, Vannevar."As We May Think." Atlantic Monthly 176 (1 July 1945): 101-108.

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Case, Donald. What the OCLC Union Catalog Means to Me: A Collection of Essays. Dublin (OH): OCLC, 1997.

Davis, Watson (1937), Davis letter to Wells March 15, 1937. File, "Davis, Watson." Wells Papers, Rare Book and Special Collections Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1937.

Davis, Watson, (1965)"The Universal Brain: is Centralized Storage and Retrieval of all Knowledge Possible, Feasible, or Desirable?", in Kochen, Manfred ed. the Growth of Knowledge: Readings on Organisation and Retrieval of Information. New York: Wiley, 1965, pp60-65.

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Garfield, Eugene (1964), "Science Citation Indexing - a New Dimension in Indexing." in Essays of an Information Scientist by Eugene Garfield, vol 7 (1984);Philadelphia PA: ISI Press, 1985, pp. 525-535 (reprinted from Science 144 [May 8, 1964]: 649-654

Garfield, Eugene (1964a), "Towards the World brain [testimony before a Subcommittee on a National Research Data Processing and Information Center of the Committee on Education and Labor, 1964]." in Essays of an Information Scientist by Eugene Garfield, vol 1 (1962-1973); Philadelphia PA: ISI Press, 1977, pp.8-9.

Garfield, Eugene (1967), "Primordial Concepts, Citation Indexing, and Historio-Bibliography." in Essays of an Information Scientist by Eugene Garfield, vol 6 (1983); Philadelphia PA: ISI Press, 1984, pp. 518-530(?) (reprinted from Journal of Library History 2 [1967]:235-249)

Garfield, Eugene (1968), " 'World Brain' or 'Memex?' Mechanical and Intellectual requirements for Universal Bibliographical Control." in Essays of an Information Scientist by Eugene Garfield, vol 6 (1983); Philadelphia PA: ISI Press, 1984, pp. 540-547 (reprinted from Foundations of Access to Knowledge, Syracuse University Press, 1968)

Garfield, Eugene (1975), "The World Brain as seen by an Information Entrepreneur." in Information for Action: from Knowledge to Wisdom, edited by Manfred Kochen. New York: Academic Press, pp. 155-176.

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Goetrtzel, Ben (1998), "World Wide brain: Self -Organizing Internet Intelligence as the Actualization of the Collective unconscious." in Psychology and the Internet: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal and Transpersonal Implications. Edited by Jayne Gackenbach. New York: Academic Press (in press)

Goldschmidt, Robert and Otlet, Paul (1925), "The Preservation and International Diffusion of Thought: the Microphotic Book." in International Organisation and Dissemination of Knowledge: selected essays of Paul Otlet, edited and translated by W. Boyd Rayward. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1990

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Johnson-Wells (1933), letter from Malcolm Johnson to Wells, March 28, 1933. (File Doubleday Doran &Co [Doublday Page& Co] D-210, Wells Papers, Rarebook and Special Collections Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Chamaign.

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Kochen, Manfred and others (1967), "Computers and Comprehension." in Kochen, Manfred ed. the Growth of Knowledge: Readings on Organisation and Retrieval of Information. New York: Wiley , pp.230-244.

Kochen, Manfred (1972), "WISE: a World Information Synthesis and Encyclopaedia." Journal of Documentation 28: 322-341

Kochen, Manfred (1975), "Information and the Quality of Life." Perspectives in Information Science, Anthony Debons and William J. Cameron, eds. Leyden: Noordhof, pp. 569-587

Kochen, Manfred, ed. (1975), Information for Action: from Knowledge to Wisdom. New York: Academic Press.

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Otlet, Paul. Traité de Doumentation: le livre sur livre.Théorie et pratique. Bruxelles: Palais Mondial, 1934. Rpt. Liège: Centre de Lecture publique de la Communauté française, 1989.

Otlet, Paul. Monde, Essai d'Universalisme: Connaissances du Monde, Sentiments du Monde, Action organisée et Plan du Monde. Brussels: D. Van Keerberghen, 1935.

Outhwwaite, Leonard (1937), letters of Outhwaite to Wells, November10 and 17, 1937. File, Outhwaite, Leonard, 082. Wells Papers. Rare Book and Special Collections Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Pollard, A. F. C. (1938), "The Mobilization of Knowledge and the 'Permanent World Encyclopaedia of Mr. H. G. Wells'." Transactions of the 14th Conference of the International Federation of Documentation, Oxford, 1938. The Hague: FID, Volume 2, pp. C.16I-167.

Rayward, W.Boyd (1975), The Universe of Information: The Work of Paul Otlet for Documentation and International Organisation. FID520; Moscow:VINITI.

Rayward, W. Boyd (1983), "The International Exposition and The World Documentation Congress, Paris, 1937." The Library Quarterly 53:254-268

Rayward, W. Boyd (1993), "Some Schemes for Restructuring and Mobilising Information in Documents: A Historical Perspective." Information Processing and Management 30:163-175

Rayward, W. Boyd (1994), "Visions of Xanadu: Paul Otlet (1864-1944) and Hypertext, "Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45: 235-250

Rayward, W. Boyd (1997), "The origins of Information Science and the Work of the International Institute of Bibliography/ International Federation for Documentation and information (FID)." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48:289-300

Shenk, David (1997) Data Smog: Surviving the Information Glut. San Francisco, Calif.: Harper Edge.

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Wells, H. G. (1893) Text-book of Biology, 2vols; London: W. B. Clive & Co. University Correspondence College Press [1893].

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Wells, H. G. (1905), A Modern Utopia. With introduction by Mark R. Hillegas. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press (1967 reprint).

Wells, H. G.(1919), The Outline of History: being a plain history of life and mankind. 2vols; N.Y.: Macmillan, 1920 (first published in1919)

Wells, H. G. (1928), The Open Conspiracy: blue prints (sic) for a world revolution. London: Gollancz

Wells, H. G. (1929), Textbook of Zoology by H.G. Wells and A.M. Davies; revised

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Wells, H. G., Huxley, Julian and Wells, G. P.(1931), The Science of life. 4vols; Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran.

Wells, H. G. (1931b), The Work, Wealth and Happiness of Mankind. 2 vols; New York: Greenwood, 1968 (reprint)

Wells, H. G. (1931c) What are we to do with our lives. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran.(12)

Wells, H. G. (1933), The Shape of Things to Come. N.Y. : Macmillan

Wells, H. G. (1934), Experiment in Autobiography: Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (since 1866). New York: Macmillan

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Pultar, Gonul. - Technique and Tradition in Beckett's Trilogy of Novels. - University Press of America, 1996. - 194 p. - ISBN

Meche, Jude R. - Obsessive Compulsive Behavior in Samuel Beckett's Trilogy. - University Editions, 1995.

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_____. What a Girl Wants?: Fantasizing the Reclamation of Self in Postfeminism (2008); Old and New Media After Katrina (2010); and In the Limelight and Under the Microscope: Forms and Functions of Female Celebrity (2011).

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