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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Culture
Giannotti and Contarini: Venice as Concept and as Myth
Interpretations of the Renaissance
Humanism and Scholasticism in the Italian Renaissance
Did Women Have a Renaissance?
Worldviews: Some Dominant Traits
The Italian View of Renaissance Italy
Virtùand the Example of Agathocles in Machiavelli’s Prince
From Pen to Print: Writers and Their Use of the Press
Civic Humanism and Florentine Politics
The History of the Furioso
Chronology
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index
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the Italian Renaissance Bloom 039 s Period Studies

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