[kas-tl-ve-troh; Italian kah-stel-ve-traw]
- Lo·do·vi·co [loh-duh-vee-koh; Italian law-daw-vee-kaw] /ˌloʊ dəˈvi koʊ; Italian ˌlɔ dɔˈvi kɔ/, 1505–71, Italian philologist and literary critic.
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Examples from the Web for castelvetro
Valentino and Castelvetro, not answering the citation, were excommunicated.The Duchess of Trajetto
It is this same end which Castelvetro ascribes to poetic art.
To this idea the whole of Castelvetro's dramatic system is conformed.
Castelvetro, however, arrives at this conclusion on different grounds.
It is from these two facts that Castelvetro deduces the unities of time and place.