Marianne Shapiro: A Catalogue Raisonné of Her Publicationsby Michael Shapiro
As a comparatist, medievalist, Dantist, and Renaissance specialist, her scope was unparalleled. While she was alive and still far from her peak as a scholar, it was already
This Catalogue provides a synoptic view of the scholarship of Marianne Shapiro (1940-2003), demonstrably the most accomplished and versatile American Italianist of the twentieth century.
As a comparatist, medievalist, Dantist, and Renaissance specialist, her scope was unparalleled. While she was alive and still far from her peak as a scholar, it was already remarked of Marianne Shapiro by a fellow critic of the first rank that for intelligence, intellectual imagination, and productivity she had no peers in the field of Romance philology; and that to find her equals one would have to turn to such giants of two generations ago as Leo Spitzer and Erich Auerbach.
This Second Edition includes tributes by a colleague, Robert Hatten (Professor of Music Theory, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington), and a former doctoral student, Claudia Moscovici (Notable writers.com).
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