The “Orlando Innamorato” by Matteo Maria Boiardo completes the annoteBook collection of the chivalry poems of Italian literature.
Unfinished work because of the author's death, "l’innamorato" tells the begins of the Orlando’s epic history, continued in the “Orlando Furioso” by Ludovico Ariosto. The mad love of the paladin for Angelica, which led him to the Far East, will trigger a series of events culminating in the siege of the troops of Charlemagne in Paris.
Boiardo: Orlando Innamorato is another annoteBook by Dathlon: you can make annotations to the poem’s verses in a simple and intuitive way, by swiping the verse you are interested in. The side notes are immediately recognized and can be read with a tap. Moreover, the table of content and a powerful search engine can be used to quickly found any verse. This edition is enriched by an index of people and the plot of the poem.
Unique in its features:
• Index of cantos
• Notes can be written for each verse
• Automatic bookmark: by reopening the application you will be automatically repositioned where you left the reading
• Easy reading with a choice of font sizes
• Landscape reading with big font
• Choice of background page color for reading under different ligth conditions
• Powerful search engine for words
• Index of characters and places
• Numbering of stanzas can be shown or hidden
• "Quote of the Day": a random verse from the poem
An internet connection is not required.
Please note: The work is only in Italian.
New features in the next version.
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Milton: Paradise Lost - Regain’d
Shelley: Poems, vol. 2 - 3
Dante: Divina Commedia
Ariosto: Orlando Furioso
Tasso: Gerusalemme Liberata
Foscolo: Tutte le poesie
Tassoni: La Secchia Rapita
D’Annunzio: Versi d’Amore
Petrarca: Le Rime
Pascoli: Tutte le poesie
Baudelaire: Fleurs du Mal et d’autres poèmes
Rimbaud: Poésies complètes
Verlaine: Poèmes - Volume 1
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