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Orlando Furioso

Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533)

1. 01 - Book 1
2. 02 - Book 2
3. 03 - Book 3
4. 04 - Book 4
5. 05 - Book 5
6. 06 - Book 6
7. 07 - Book 7
8. 08 - Book 8
9. 09 - Book 9
10. 10 - Book 10
11. 11 - Book 11
12. 12 - Book 12
13. 13 - Book 13
14. 14 - Book 14
15. 15 - Book 15
16. 16 - Book 16
17. 17 - Book 17
18. 18 - Book 18
19. 19 - Book 19
20. 20 - Book 20
21. 21 - Book 21
22. 22 - Book 22
23. 23 - Book 23
24. 24 - Book 24
25. 25 - Book 25
26. 26 - Book 26
27. 27 - Book 27
28. 28 - Book 28
29. 29 - Book 29
30. 30 - Book 30
31. 31 - Book 31
32. 32 - Book 32
33. 33 - Book 33
34. 34 - Book 34
35. 35 - Book 35
36. 36 - Book 36
37. 37 - Book 37
38. 38 - Book 38
39. 39 - Book 39
40. 40 - Book 40
41. 41 - Book 41
42. 42 - Book 42
43. 43a - Book 43, Pt. 1
44. 43b - Book 43, Pt. 2
45. 44 - Book 44
46. 45 - Book 45
47. 46 - Book 46

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Summary

Charlemagne's nephew Orlando (AKA Roland) is driven insane by the infidelity of his beloved Angelica. Angelica's relationship with him and others loosely unifies multiple story lines to produce a rich tapestry of romance, fictionalized history, and pure fantasy. This romance-epic is a sequel to the less distinguished and unfinished romance Orlando Innamorato, by Mattteo Maria Boiardo.