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Extra resources for Pierpaolo Vergerio the Elder: The Humanist as Orator
That was particularly important who By imitating Terence, Verge- emphasize the importance of learning that helped moral develin the case of an adolescent, confronted the urges of his libido without the guidance, be it severe or tolerant, of his father. The motivation of the youth himself, the careful guidance of his friends and advisors, and the directions of his educa- had to compensate for the missing guidance of a paterkey confrontation, replete with irony, the freed slave tional institution familias.
Vergerio followed these events closely and sent letters to his friend Giovanni da Bologna analyzing the conflict. rich his dossier as a political strategist. January 1391, before the outbreak of The hostilities. he had difficulty in sorting out truth from all used the letters to en- was written in Vergerio confessed that rumor. false situation to be explosive: Visconti politics world. Openly or clandestinely, He first letter He judged the had polarized the Italian the Italian states had chosen sides.
With the defend the interpretation. ^^ However, there On those rare occasions he could never find character's one letter are stronger reasons that militate against such an interpretation. In Paulus, laziness wealth. name, one can from this period, time concentrating on his stud- at least and profligacy are the by-products of when Paulus actually attended lectures, his place in the books, which he continually pawned to finance his carousing. Vergerio claimed poverty as his constant com- panion during those years.
Pierpaolo Vergerio the Elder: The Humanist as Orator by John M. McManamon