This paper bids a wide-ranging point of view on the latin fable during the Middle Agesand, particularly, on the works of Baldo (Novus Aesopus), John of Capua (Directoriumhumanae vitae) and Raymond of Béziers (Liber Kalilae et Dimnae) who, in differentways, was inspired by the Kalila and Dimna, an arabic translation of the indianPañchatantra. The paper is mainly dedicated to the general aspects of the problem andon the biographic and bibliographical matters of the three medieval authors, hoping forforthcoming studies and researchs.
|Title of host publication||Lupus in Fabula. Fedro e la favola latina tra Antichità e Medioevo. Studi offerti a Ferruccio Bertini|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Name||TESTI E MANUALI PER L'INSEGNAMENTO UNIVERSITARIO DEL LATINO|