De amore (Andreas)

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De amore sive De arte honeste amandi est opus Latine in forma dialogi ab Andrea Capellano saeculo XII scriptum. Ibi "curia amoris", quae comitissa Maria materque Alienora Aquitaniae tenuerint, describitur causaeque variae enarrantur.

Liber comitissae Mariae dicatus est, sed annus confectionis incertus manet. Auctor "divitias Hungaricas" vituperat: suggeritur igitur librum eo tempore scriptum esse quo Bela III rex Hungaricus Margaritam, Mariae sororem, uxorem postulabat, anno fere 1184, sed ante matrimonium compactum anno 1186.

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Editiones et versiones
  • John Jay Parry, interpr., Andreas Capellanus: The Art of Courtly Love. Novi Eboraci: Columbia University Press, 1941
  • E. Trojel, ed., Andreae Capellani regii Francorum de amore libri tres. 1892
Historica et critica
  • P. Bourgain, "Aliénor d'Aquitaine et Marie de Champagne mises en cause par André le Chapelain" in Cahiers de civilisation médiévale vol. 29 (1986) pp. 29-36
  • Paolo Cherchi, Andreas and the Ambiguity of Courtly Love. Torontone: University of Toronto Press, 1994
  • Donald K. Frank, Naturalism and the Troubadour Ethic. Novi Eboraci: Lang, 1988. ISBN 0-8204-0606-6
  • June Hall Martin McCash, "Marie de Champagne and Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Relationship Reexamined" in Speculum vol. 54 (1979) pp. 698-711
  • Don Monson, Andreas Capellanus, Scholasticism, and the Courtly Tradition. Vasingtoniae D.C., 2005
  • Gregory M. Sadlek, Idleness Working: the discourse of love's labor from Ovid through Chaucer and Gower. Vasingtoniae D.C.: Catholic University of American Press, 2004. ISBN 0-8132-1373-8

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