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Marino Faliero, doge of Venice

Lord Byron

Marino Faliero, doge of Venice

an historical tragedy. In five acts. With notes.

by Lord Byron

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Published by A. and W. Galignani in Paris .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination[3], 271 p.
Number of Pages271
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20725748M

The conspiracy of the Doge Marino Faliero is one of the most remarkable events" With two other Byron manuscripts mounted in the same volume: (B ), his dedication to Douglas Kinnaird; and (B ), a letter to John Murray. Doge Marino Faliero before his execution in Doge’s Palace, painting by Francesco Hayez Paoluccio Anafesto was the very first Doge of Venice: he was elected by members of twelve aristocratic families in AD.

Marino Faliero is “a well-documented historical drama about the Doge who turned traitor to the Venetian Republic. Byron was explicit about the fascination this larger-than-life betrayal held for him; soon after he arrived in Venice he had visited the Doges’ Palace and seen the black veil painted over Faliero’s likeness” (Eisler, ). Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: an Historical Tragedy. Introduction to Marino Faliero: Preface: Marino Faliero: Appendix: The Vision Of Judgment. Introduction to The Vision of Judgment: Preface: The Vision of Judgment: Poems A very Mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conquest of Alhama.

Marino Faliero impressed neither its first audience nor its first readers. William Hazlitt’s response is representative: Lord Byron sympathizes readily with Dante, who was a poet, a patriot, a noble Florentine, and exile from his country: he can describe the feelings of Dante, for in so doing, he does little more than describe his own: he makes nothing out of Marino Faliero, Doge of Author: John Gardner. Classical CD review. alternatively MDT AmazonUK AmazonUS: Gaetano DONIZETTI ( – ) Marino Faliero – Azione tragica in three acts ( edition) ( – ) Marino Faliero (Doge of Venice) – Giorgio Surian (bass).


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Marino Faliero Doge of Venice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the o /5. Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: A Tragedy, in Five Acts (Classic Reprint) [George Gordon Byron] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Marino Faliero: soldier, ruler and coup leader. Coming from a family of former Doges, military and naval commander Marino Faliero was well placed to take up the position when he was elected in Despite serving as the governor of provincial towns, Faliero was notorious for his ability to take offence at minor irritations.

Marin Falier, Italian Marino Faliero, (born —died ApVenice), leading official in Venice and doge from towho was executed for having led a plot against the ruling patricians.

His tragic story has inspired several important literary works, including the tragedy Marino Faliero: Doge of Venice () by the English Romantic poet. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

Plot Synopsis: "The play is set in Venice in Marino Faliero, recently elected Doge of Venice, offends one of the chief officers of state, Michel Steno. Steno retaliates by writing on the Doge's throne an indecent libel on Faliero's Edition: First Edition: Second Printing. Full text of "Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy, in Five Acts.

With " See other formats. Marino Faliero Doge of Venice - An Historical Tragedy in five Acts, by Pandora 15 / Byron, Lord George Gordon. Erstausgabe 1. - Tsd., Lpz., Insel = Pandora No.

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Why. Marino Faliero was found guilty and executed for plotting a coup against the Republic of Venice. The following mention in Latin appears on the painting: “Hic is locus Marini Faletri decapitti pro criminibus” (“here is Marino Faliero, beheaded for his crimes”).

The Prison and the Bridge of Sighs. Up until the 16th century, the Doge. Set in Venice in"Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice" is a blank verse tragedy in five acts by Lord Byron, who was inspired to take on this subject when, on examining the portraits of the Doges in the Palazzo Ducale in Venice, he discovered that.

Get this from a library. Marino Faliero, doge of Venice.: A tragedy--in five acts. [George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; James Maxwell; M. Carey & Sons,]. : Marino Faliero Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy and the Prophecy of Dante a Poem (): Byron, George Gordon, Byron, Lord George Gordon: Books5/5(1).

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Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice Author Byron, Lord (George Gordon) Format/binding pp. 1 vols. 12mo Book condition Used - Original printed boards, slightly rubbed, text darkened, but overall a very good copy of a fragile book and rare book, thus, in Quantity available 1 Edition First American edition (same year as the British) Binding.

The Doge of Venice, Marino Faliero, having at more than 80 years of age conspired against the republic, had been condemned to death by the Senate. Conducted to the stone staircase where the doges took their oath upon entering office he was beheaded, after being stripped of his doge's bonnet and ducal mantle.

MARINO FALIERO, DOGE OF VENICE AN HISTORICAL TRAGEDY, IN FIVE ACTS. by Lord Byron edited by Peter Cochran with thanks to Gregory Dowling, Jane Stabler, and Valeria Vallucci.

Execution of Faliero Faliero’s “portrait”. by Delacroix. The following appendices will be found at the end of this document: I. MCCCLIV. / MARINO Size: KB. Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice by Lord Byron,John Murray edition, in EnglishCited by: 3.

Get this from a library. Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: the acting version. [George Lamb; George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; James Hogg;].

For more than 1, years, the chief magistrate and leader of the city of Venice and later of the Most Serene Republic of Venice was styled the Doge, a rare but not unique Italian title derived from the Latin of Venice were elected for life by the city-state's aristocracy.

The Venetian combination of elaborate monarchic pomp and a republican (though "aristocratic") Appointer: Serenissima Signoria. $3, First Edition, First Issue (with the Doge’s speech on p at 5 1/2 lines) of the classic Byron Marino Faliero, A Tragedy with The Prophesy of Dante, A ht, clean, remarkably fresh and virtually free of foxing, its Harleian style binding of elaborately tooled oak full calf with bright, gilt-ruled raised bands, red leather label with gilt titling, presents as a superb.

The story is loosely based on historical fact of Marino Faliero, an elderly Doge of Venice, who was executed for plotting to make himself a Royal ruler; an aspiration not unknown in the Paris of. Marino Faliero was Donizetti’s first opera for the Théâtre Italien. He tempered his compositional style towards the French model.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: an historical tragedy, in five Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, View full catalog record.

Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized.Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy, in Five Acts ; with Item Preview. Therefore, the nobility would have crowded in the Doge’s palace, where a body of armed men, presumably the Arsenalotti, on the pretext of protecting the person of the Doge, would have killed all the young noble men.

Marin Falier would then be proclaimed Prince of Venice. Something went wrong, though.