Ionian School - Solomos Born in Zakynthos, died in Corfu...

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The Ionian School Late 18th -19th c.
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Prose Writers The Ionian authors were primarily poets. Elizabeth Mutzan- Martinengou : Autobiography (Important for Women’s Studies) Polylas : Essay, Translation, Literary Criticism
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Prosolomic Poets Fondness of boucolic poetry (Theokritos, Virgil), and the ideas of the Enlightenment Martelaos: Mainly patriotic poetry Danelakis: A liberal follower of the Enlightenment Prepared the intellectual background of the Ionian School Zakynthos
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Unformatted text preview: Solomos Born in Zakynthos, died in Corfu Lyric poet Patriotic poetry Use of Ionian dialect Influences from Italian literature He wrote in both Greek and Italian Contemporaries of Solomos and later Ionian poets Kalvos (inspired by the war of independence) Maviles (Sonett writer) Valaorite s (bridges the Ionian school with Romantic mainland literature) Laskaratos (pioneer of modern Greek humorous literature)...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course CLA 3504 taught by Professor Kapparis during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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