The essay provides a reflection on the rhetorical modalities of enemy’s representation in the Pontano’s narrative of the ‘war of Naples’, the conflict following the socalled first conspiracy of the Barons. Particular attention is paid to the portraits of Ferrante, Giovanni d’Angiò, Giovanni Antonio Orsini and Jacopo Piccinino, as well as the use of speeches and military adlocutiones.

La rappresentazione del nemico nel De bello Neapolitano di Pontano

Antonietta Iacono
2022

Abstract

The essay provides a reflection on the rhetorical modalities of enemy’s representation in the Pontano’s narrative of the ‘war of Naples’, the conflict following the socalled first conspiracy of the Barons. Particular attention is paid to the portraits of Ferrante, Giovanni d’Angiò, Giovanni Antonio Orsini and Jacopo Piccinino, as well as the use of speeches and military adlocutiones.
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