Ludovico Ariosto
Orlando Furioso Canto 21 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 21 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENTZerbino for Gabrina, who a heartOf asp appears to bear, contends. O'erthrown,The Fleming falls upon the other part,Through cause of that despised and odious crone,He ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 4 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 4 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENT The old Atlantes suffers fatal wreck, Foiled by the ring, and young Rogero freed, Who soars in air till he appears a speck, Mounted upon the wizard's winged steed. ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 2 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 2 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENT A hermit parts, by means of hollow sprite, The two redoubted rivals' dangerous play; Rinaldo goes where Love and Hope invite, But is dispatched by Charles another way; ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 7 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 7 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENTRogero, as directed by the pair,The giantess Eriphila o'erthrows.That done, he to Alcina's labyrinth, whereMore than one knight is tied and prisoned, goes.To him Melissa ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 11 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 11 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENTAssisted by the magic ring she wears,Angelica evanishes from view.Next in a damsel, whom a giant bearsBeneath his arm, his bride Rogero trueBeholds. Orlando to the shore ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 3 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 3 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENT Restored to sense, the beauteous Bradamant Finds sage Melissa in the vaulted tomb, And hears from her of many a famous plant And warrior, who shall issue from her womb. ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 13 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 13 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENTThe Count Orlando of the damsel blandWho loves Zerbino, hears the piteous woes.Next puts to death the felons with his handWho pent her there. Duke Aymon's daughter ...

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Orlando Furioso Canto 6 by Ludovico Ariosto

Orlando Furioso Canto 6 by Ludovico Ariosto

ARGUMENTAriodantes has, a worthy meed,With his loved bride, the fief of Albany.Meantime Rogero, on the flying steed,Arrives in false Alcina's empery:There from a myrtle-tree her ...

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