- Title Pages
- Figures and Table
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 The Visualization of the <i>Orlando Furioso</i>
- 3 Reading the Poem ‘in the Very Picture’
- 4 Landscape and Seascape
- 5 ‘englishing th’Italian Ariost’: The <i>Orlando Furioso</i> among the Elizabethans
- 6 Milton and Ariosto
- 7 Fiordispina’s English Afterlives
- 8 Ariosto in England in the Eighteenth Century
- 9 Lessons in Madness
- 10 Walter Scott and Ariosto’s <i>Orlando Furioso</i>
- 11 Authorizing Ariosto
- 12 Antonio Panizzi, Textual Editor of Ariosto
- 13 The <i>Furioso</i> in Translation
- 14 The <i>Orlando Furioso</i>, Writing and the Construction of Meaning
- 15 Entertainment and Irony: The <i>Orlando Furioso</i> from Modern to Postmodern
- Ariosto, the Orlando Furioso and English Culture
- Jane E. Everson, Andrew Hiscock, Stefano Jossa
- British Academy
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