tragoedia

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While the Epigrammata, the Vita de alcuni electi Capitani, the Historia imperiale, the Asino d'oro, the Orphei tragoedia, and the Carte de Triomphi (Tarocchi) are discussed at varying lengths, they are omitted from the anthology (the last work because of its increasingly dubious attribution to Boiardo).
Le comedien est donc tragedien au sens de la connaissance tragique, c'est-a-dire que son interpretation et son existence suivent la methode philologique : empirisme (sentiment de realite) et scepticisme (sentiment du faux) : incipit tragoedia, incipit parodia (67).
His Tragoedia was a searching exploration of tonality, stretching performers to their limits (not least Celine Saout's amazing harpism), and resorting to the time-honoured gimmick of instrumentalists doubling as percussionists, everything delivered with energy and delicacy.
(62.) Thomas Naogeorgus [Thomas Kirchmeyerl, Tragoedia noua Pammachius (1539).
Ortiz Davila, Juan Pablo, !ncipit tragoedia: el discurso conservador en torno a la Guerra de Tres Anos.
16 ...Ut forsan ex eadem tragoedia et versus ab Gellio [scil.
2 Trist.: "Omne genus scripti gravitate tragoedia vincit">> (85); unicamente con el texto latino: <<[aludiendo a Estacio] nec in Hectore tracto / sistere, sed tota iuvenem deducere Troia>> (86); con errores: <<[tratando de la Retorica de Aristoteles] Cap.
(23) Columbia University's 1630 print edition of Evripidis Tragoedia Phoenissae features a similar signature that reads "Alex' Boswel/ Lut.
Senecas Thyestes and die tragoedia rhetorica." AA 31: 116-36.
Oder wie musstest du dir selber und dem Leben gut werden, um nach Nichts mehr zu verlangen, als nach dieser letzten ewigen Bestatigung und Besiegelung?" (34) Und so endete die FW zunachst folgerichtig in dem mit "Incipit tragoedia" (35) uberschriebenen Zitat des ersten Absatzes der Vorrede des "Zarathustra".
Its final section, 'Incipit tragoedia' (#342) paved the way for its successor work by introducing its protagonist in terms almost identical to Part 1 of Zarathustra' s Prologue.
(3) The general context for Heidegger's and Benjamin's inquiries into the aesthetic category of tragedy--and to a lesser extent, von Wiese's as well--is Nietzsche's famous pronouncement, incipit tragoedia, which seeks to overcome modernity by completing it.