By Teofilo Folengo
Mantovano, nato nel 1491, Folengo è stato uno dei principali esponenti della poesia maccheronica. los angeles sua prima pubblicazione, il Merlini Cocaii macaronicon racconta l. a. storia di un eroe immaginario, Baldus, e si connota according to l'uso frequente di parole e frasi dal dialetto mantovano spesso di difficile comprensione. Più volte censurato proprio in keeping with il suo linguaggio e los angeles manifestazione di idee ritenute volgari, il Merlini Cocaii macaronicon ha conquistato comunque una vasta popolarità ed in pochi anni è stato ristampato in numerosissime edizioni. Oggi il Baldus esce in line with UTET, completo di apparato critico, in un'edizione digitale di pregio.
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