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This section presents a list of books and articles as reference for this book Petrarch and the Textual Origins of Interpretation. The book looks at various facets of the interaction between Petrarchan philology and hermeneutics, working from the premise that in Petrarch's work philological issues are so authorially driven that we cannot in fact read or interpret him without understanding the relevant philological issues and re-applying them in our critical approach to his works.

Keywords: Petrarchan; philological issues



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