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The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini: Library Edition (英語) CD – Audiobook, CD


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1910. Harvard Classics, Volume 31. Edited by Charles W. Eliot. An excellent translation of the honest, if self-aggrandized life of the epitomal sixteenth-century Renaissance man. It ranks among the greatest autobiographies ever written. --このテキストは、ハードカバー版に関連付けられています。

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Introducer Biography:
James Fenton is a poet, critic and journalist whose non-fiction titles include Leonardo's Nephew: Letters on Art and Artists and School of Genius, an illustrated history of the Royal Academy of Arts. He has been Professor of Poetry at Oxford and writes regularly for the New York Review of Books.

Notes by David Ekserdjian:
Professor Art History and Film at Leicester University. He was formerly Senior Specialist in Christie's Fine Art department. --このテキストは、ハードカバー版に関連付けられています。


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  • 出版社: Blackstone Audiobooks; Unabridged版 (1998/12)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0786160721
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786160723
  • 発売日: 1998/12
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 17.2 x 3 x 15.5 cm
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Not the least fascinating aspect of this great autobiography is how incredibly picaresque it is 2015/1/4
投稿者 MK - (Amazon.com)
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Not the least fascinating aspect of this great autobiography is how incredibly picaresque it is, and swashbuckling. Just one sword fight after another, among other things. Even though it's fifty years earlier, this is recognizably the same Europe Don Quixote wanders through in Spain, and the same pre-modern world that Moll Flanders and Tom Jones later inhabit. If you think things seem too wild to believe in early novels, just read Cellini's life and you'll see that that's just the way things used to be. Steven Pinsker shocked people recently with a book arguing that history has actually gotten LESS violent over the centuries--a claim people obsessed with the 20thC's Great War, WWII, and the Holocaust, just for starters, found rather hard to credit. But if you read Cellini, you'll discover that modern violence is nothing compared to the nonstop violence and constant wars of the pre-modern world. The brutality, follies, and near madness of human life seem to have been with us always. Anyway, a great book.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 It is nice to get some feel for cultural norms in Renaissance ... 2015/8/8
投稿者 Bob Andretta - (Amazon.com)
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I read this book during my last year of college, which was 50 years ago. I thought I recalled liking it, but now that I have read it again -- not so much. It is nice to get some feel for cultural norms in Renaissance Italy, and a few insights into the production of some of the great art works of Florence. However, Cellini never lets up on criticisms of others, self-aggrandisement, and recounting confrontations without number. Even through his own words, he comes across as a bully, and yet we all know that he was a brilliant artist.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A Window into History 2016/11/14
投稿者 Jack - (Amazon.com)
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An intriguing look into an artist's life in Renaissance Italy. Benvenuto one of the artistic masters of the Renaissance era . he will tell you all about his successes and failures . His patrons are sometimes unreliable and he feels under appreciated. His rivals are envious, jealous and almost always insulting. He is often diven to extreme measures to defend his reputation and honor. It is a facinating story of the life of a facinating man.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 I discover new delight and insight into renaissance Florence 2015/10/8
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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I first read this in an undergraduate humanities course. Cellini's exploits and narcissism seemed almost cartoonish, but his voice struck with me and I find myself reading this every year or two. Every time I confront his Life, I discover new delight and insight into renaissance Florence. I wore out my paperback edition and miss the photos and illustrations of his work. Kindle should investigate supporting the construction of a new edition with photos of his Perseus, the bust of Bandi, the salt cellar and other works with good provenance.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 A first hand account of Renaissance Italy and France 2000/1/16
投稿者 Peter Smallhill - (Amazon.com)
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This book covers the eventful life of a passionate craftsman who lived through major events of the Renaissance. In Florence, Rome, and Paris, Cellini managed to gravitate to the most powerful political and artistic personalities, but his relationships with them were always bumpy. Cellini had an artist's temperament and more - his passionate temper and sense of righteousness, combined with the unscrupulous nature of many he encountered, caused constant friction and turmoil which make the book a nonstop and occasionally violent thriller. The book's one disappointment for those interested in history is the lack of extensive description of the places where he worked and travelled. It's centered on Cellini, his relationships and activities, and his craft. He does however have a great description of the defense of Rome in 1527, in which he was firing artillery from the top of Castel St.-Angelo. George Bull rates five stars for a great translation which captures the spirit of the original, its passion, wit, sarcasm, bitterness and insight. Given the work was written with Florentine colloquialisms, this is an achievement. Highly recommended.
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