The Venetian courtesan has lengthy captured the creativeness as a feminine image of sexual license, magnificence, good looks, and unruliness. What then to make of the cortigiana onesta—the truthful courtesan who recast distinctive feature as highbrow integrity and introduced wit and refinement in go back for patronage and a spot in public lifestyles? Veronica Franco (1546-1591) used to be one of these lady, a author and citizen of Venice, whose revealed poems and acquainted letters be offering wealthy testimony to the complexity of the truthful courtesan’s place. Margaret F. Rosenthal attracts a compelling portrait of Veronica Franco in her cultural social, and financial global. Rosenthal finds in Franco’s writing a passionate toughen of defenseless girls, sturdy convictions about inequality, and, within the eroticized language of her epistolary verses, the seductive political nature of all poetic contests. It’s Veronica Franco’s perception into the facility conflicts between women and men—and her consciousness of the risk she posed to her male contemporaries—that makes her literary works and her dealings with Venetian intellectuals so pertinent as of late. Combining the sources of biography, historical past, literary idea, and cultural complaint, this refined interdisciplinary paintings items an eloquent and steadily shifting account of 1 lady’s lifestyles as an act of self-creation and as a posh reaction to social forces and cultural prerequisites. “A e book . . . pleasurably redolent of Venice within the 16th-century. Rosenthal offers a shiny sense of a global of salons and coteries, of intricate networks of circle of relatives and patronage, and of literary exchanges each highbrow and erotic.”—Helen Hackett, Instances Upper Schooling Complement The Truthful Courtesan is the foundation for the movie Bad Good looks (1998) directed by way of Marshall Herskovitz. (The movie used to be re-titled The Truthful Courtesan for unlock in the United Kingdom and Europe in 1999.)
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