T he goal of this study is to present the migliori autori, that is the authoritative authors, referred to in Spanish grammars for Italian speakers between 1786, when Martínez de Valdepeñas’s Grammar was probably published, and 1940, when Carlo Boselli’s work, La grammatica del XX secolo ad uso degli italiani, was published. T his first goal –which is not supposed to be a verification and comparison of sources (both of grammarians and literary authorities), but a mere approach to the authors’ declarations – relates to another goal, which is observing the evolution of the genre of Spanish grammars for Italian speakers through the most important works, where the critical dimension is consolidated by an increasing and progressive number of grammatical authorities mentioned. Such authorities include the RAE, as well as texts of linguistics, phonetics, grammar, history and dictionaries by authors coming from various geographical areas. Professors such as Ambruzzi and Boselli, at the beginning of the 20th century, consolidate a model of descriptive grammar and laid the foundations for a critical tradition that was then applied to various fields of study for most of the 20th century. Such model alternates the levels of synchrony and diachrony (etymologism, comparativism) with those of the various registers that made this works useful tools to know and learn Spanish as well as to approach the texts of classical and modern literary authors. For this purpose, together with the grammatical authorities, they will also use, as we will see, quotes by literary authorities and anthologies (readings) as models for linguistic construction.

Notas para el estudio de los “migliori autori” en la tradición de las gramáticas de español para italófonos / Félix San Vicente. - In: INTRALINEA ON LINE TRANSLATION JOURNAL. - ISSN 1827-000X. - ELETTRONICO. - Special issue:(2013), pp. 1-15.

Notas para el estudio de los “migliori autori” en la tradición de las gramáticas de español para italófonos

SAN VICENTE SANTIAGO, FELIX
2013

Abstract

T he goal of this study is to present the migliori autori, that is the authoritative authors, referred to in Spanish grammars for Italian speakers between 1786, when Martínez de Valdepeñas’s Grammar was probably published, and 1940, when Carlo Boselli’s work, La grammatica del XX secolo ad uso degli italiani, was published. T his first goal –which is not supposed to be a verification and comparison of sources (both of grammarians and literary authorities), but a mere approach to the authors’ declarations – relates to another goal, which is observing the evolution of the genre of Spanish grammars for Italian speakers through the most important works, where the critical dimension is consolidated by an increasing and progressive number of grammatical authorities mentioned. Such authorities include the RAE, as well as texts of linguistics, phonetics, grammar, history and dictionaries by authors coming from various geographical areas. Professors such as Ambruzzi and Boselli, at the beginning of the 20th century, consolidate a model of descriptive grammar and laid the foundations for a critical tradition that was then applied to various fields of study for most of the 20th century. Such model alternates the levels of synchrony and diachrony (etymologism, comparativism) with those of the various registers that made this works useful tools to know and learn Spanish as well as to approach the texts of classical and modern literary authors. For this purpose, together with the grammatical authorities, they will also use, as we will see, quotes by literary authorities and anthologies (readings) as models for linguistic construction.
2013
Notas para el estudio de los “migliori autori” en la tradición de las gramáticas de español para italófonos / Félix San Vicente. - In: INTRALINEA ON LINE TRANSLATION JOURNAL. - ISSN 1827-000X. - ELETTRONICO. - Special issue:(2013), pp. 1-15.
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