La gaia ciència a Nàpols: l'"Illuminator" de Jaume Borbó (1453)

Pujol, Josep
Jaume Borbó (doc. 1439-1453) was «master of the boys» at the Neapolitan royal chapel of Alfonso the Magnanimous, and the author of the Illuminator, a treatise on poetic genres, vices and rhetorical figures, written in Catalan in 1453 and preserved in a Latin version only. The article shows that its structure and contents, especially the definitions of rhetorical figures and troubadour genres, are based on Joan de Castellnou’s Compendi (ca. 1341). Borbó updated his treatise with the definition of some formes fixes of French origin, which are examined as well ​
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