The Olympian gods take part in the war between the Bolognesi and Modenesi to retrieve the most unlikely of trophies: a bucket stolen by Modenesi to their enemies. The masterpiece of the Italian mock-heroic poems, written in '600by Alessandro Tassoni, describes the adventures of historical figures (like King Enzo, son of Frederick II) as well as of invented ones (as the Earl of Culagna and the formidable and beautiful warrior Renoppia), mixing epic duels and tournaments with humorous and burlesque incidents. A great classic of the literature of fun.
Tassoni: La Secchia Rapita (The Rape of the Bucket) 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 places, and the plot of the poem.
Unique in its features:
An internet connection is not required.
New features in the next version.
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