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An Anthology of neo-Latin poetry
|Statement||edited and translated by Fred J. Nichols.|
|Contributions||Nichols, Fred J., 1939-|
|LC Classifications||PA8164 .A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 734 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||734|
|ISBN 10||0300020171, 0300023650|
|LC Control Number||78009944|
A Guide to Neo-Latin Literature Victoria Moul (ed.) Latin was for many centuries the common literary language of Europe, and Latin literature of immense range, stylistic power and social and political significance was produced throughout Europe and beyond from the time of Petrarch (c) well into the eighteenth century.
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: An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry: xi, pages. Comprehensive anthology from Petrarch to John Milton. 84 page introduction. The poetry appears in Latin and on facing page in English translation. Clean, unmarked copy in original blue cloth with gilt stamped to front and spine.
Size: tall 8vo. An eclectic selection of new Latin poetry drawn largely from the pages of "Vates: The Journal of New Latin Poetry", the online forum for contemporary exponents of this venerable art form.
In this collection you will encounter classical quantitative verse, medieval rhyming lyrics, haiku and other verse forms both ancient and modern/5. Get this from a library. Jesuit Latin poets of the 17th and 18th centuries: an anthology of neo-Latin poetry. [James J Mertz; John P Murphy; Josef IJsewijn].
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Jesuit Latin Poets - HB,Jesuit Latin Poets of the 17th and 18th Centuries: An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry,Latin,Classical. Victoria Moul is Senior Lecturer in Latin Language and Literature at King's College London. She is a leader in the field of early modern Latin and English literature, with wide-ranging publications including articles on neo-Latin elegy, lyric and didactic poetry and Milton, Jonson, Donne and Cowley, as well as the reception of Horace, Pindar and Virgil.
This volume offers a wide range of sample passages from literature written in Latin in the British Isles during the period from about to It includes a general introduction to and bibliography to the Latin literature of these centuries, as well as Latin texts with English translations, introductions and notes.
These texts present a rich panorama of the different. “An anthology of British Neo-Latin was long overdue. Now we have it. Comprehensive in its range, informative and perceptive in its presentation of the single texts, this book is a model of its kind.” – Martin Korenjak, Professor of Classics, University of Innsbruck (and Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies), Austria.
Jesuit Latin Poets - PB,Jesuit Latin Poets of the 17th and 18th Centuries: An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry,Latin,Classical, Latin with notes and vocabulary and English translations of 62 poems by 19 authors.
Book Description: This book, which traces the fortunes of the Greek Anthology in northern Europe, comprises a formidable list of writers: neo-Latin for the Netherlands (beginning with Erasmus) and both neo-Latin and vernacular for France (ending with Chémier), who translated or imitated one or more of the epigrams in the his introduction, James Hutton.
Read this book on Questia. This collection of specimens of Latin poetry is intended to be a companion volume to the Eight Lectures given in America inand subsequently published (Houghton and Mifflin, Boston; Macmillan, London) under the title of Latin Poetry in I have called the collection Latin Anthology, as the most convenient title available; but that is not.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Marcantonio Flaminio (winter /98 – February ), also known as Marcus Antonius Flaminius, was an Italian humanist poet, known for his Neo-Latin works.
During his life, he toured the courts and literary centers of editing of the popular devotional work, the "Beneficio di Cristo" illustrated a hope that the Catholic church would move closer to some of the thinking of Literary movement: Renaissance humanism.
In the early s, a burgeoning interest in Neo-Latin resulted in the publication of Aemilio Springhetti’s Selecta Latinitas, Rome, Several anthologies of Neo-Latin or Renaissance Latin literature followed: Laurens’ Musae Reduces, Leiden, ; Nichols’ An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry, New Haven, ; Perosa and Sparrow’s Renaissance Latin Verse, Chapel Hill, Author: Patrick M.
Owens. English literature, Neo-Latin. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: English literature; Filed under: English literature, Neo-Latin Joannis Saresberiensis opera omnia.
Nunc primum in unum collegit et cum codicibus manuscriptis (Oxonii: J. Parker, ), by of Salisbury John and J. Giles (page images at HathiTrust); Items below (if any) are from. Victoria Moul is Senior Lecturer in Latin Language and Literature at King's College London.
She is a leader in the field of early modern Latin and English literature, with wide-ranging publications including articles on neo-Latin elegy, lyric and didactic poetry and Milton, Jonson, Donne and Cowley, as well as the reception of Horace, Pindar and : Victoria Moul.
A particular draw for me was the opportunity to study Neo-Latin poetry, on a module taught by Victoria Moul and Gesine Manuwald: after all my years teaching canonical classical texts in minute linguistic detail, I thought it would be rather exciting to see how those texts had inspired Latin literature in very different times and places.
French poetry, Neo-Latin. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: French poetry; Filed under: French poetry, Neo-Latin. Vita scholastica; ou, La vie du colleg.
An Anthology or a Compilation: Nichols, Fred J., ed. An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. New Haven: Yale UP, Two or More Books by the Same Author: Frye, Northrop. A Book by Two or More Authors: Jakobson, Roman and Linda R. Waugh. A Guide to Neo-Latin Literature is part of a growing movement to study neo-Latin literature in the way that scholars study other literature.
Joseph Pucci’s Routledge series on Late Antique poetry has translated many key texts into English for the first time. Leeds. He taught Neo-Latin for several years at Cambridge, and is currently Secretary of the Society for Neo-Latin Studies.
He has published articles on poetry, scholarship and print culture in Latin and vernacular contexts, and is the author of two books: on the reception of Ovid’s. When it comes to sizing up influence upon the modern world, few classical authors can rival Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso, 43 B.C.
– A.D. Born to a wealthy municipal family at Sulmo in the Abruzzo region, Ovid tells us that he shunned the opportunity of pursuing a senatorial career in imperial Rome, preferring instead the life of the poet. The tradition of neo-Latin poetry reached its fruition with the publication of the anthology of the Deliciae Poetarum Scotorum ().
This period was marked by the work of female Scottish poets including Elizabeth Melville 's, whose Ane Godlie Dream () was the first book published by a woman in Scotland. T he Classical Anthology is a collection of beautiful, inspiring and memorable passages from Greek and Latin literature, each with a translation so that anyone can enjoy them and share them.
It includes anything written in Greek or Latin, from earliest times to the present day. The anthology is for anyone to enjoy and anyone can contribute, whether you have a Doctorate, did Latin for. Neo-Latin poetry is a vast territory and one to which there remain relatively few field guides (although in this respect the literature is developing with encouraging speed).
2 A chapter of this length cannot hope to do more than sketch the parameters of the subject, give a sense of the interest of the material, and suggest some avenues for Author: Victoria Moul.
Buy The Vates Anthology of New Latin Poetry 1 by Walker, Mark, Walker, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(3). The epigram is certainly one of the most intriguing, while at the same time most elusive, genres of Neo-Latin literature. From the end of the fifteenth century, almost every humanist writer who regarded himself a true "poeta" had composed a respectable number of epigrams.
Given our sense of poetical aesthetics, be it idealistic, postidealistic, modern, or postmodern, the. An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, E-mail Citation» A bilingual anthology with monograph-length introduction on 15th- to 17th-century European humanist poems composed in Latin based on classical models.
10 Fred Nichols, ed., An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), 11 The title page is inscribed with Spenser's motto, "Immerito," but not, according to Beal, "in a script which can be recognized as Spenser's" (Index, part 2, ) and without a date.
Tisch Book Stacks PAR4 Saturae. Pascoli (introduzione, testo, commento e appendice a cura di Alfonso Traina). Firenze: La Nuova Italia, Tisch Stacks PQA3 S38 SELECT ONLINE RESOURCES. An Analytic Bibliography of On-Line Neo-Latin Texts. This is a meta-page with pointers to all the neo-Latin texts on line.
Edited by: Philip Ford (†), Jan Bloemendal and Charles Fantazzi With its striking range and penetrating depth, Brill’s Encyclopaedia of the Neo-Latin World traces the enduring history and wide-ranging cultural influence of Neo-Latin, the form of Latin that originated in the Italian Renaissance and persists to the modern era.
Featuring original contributions by a host of. An Anthology of Latin Prose by D. Russell. [REVIEW] Sue Gilmore - - Classical World: A Quarterly Journal on Antiquity Neo-Latin Poets Fred J.
Hardcover () Paperback () $10 - $25 () Fiction/Nonfiction. Nonfiction () All Categories () Anthologies & Surveys of Literature (19) Bibliography (4) Classical & Biblical Literary Studies (20) Collected Literary Works (65) Essays on Contemporary Arts & Literature (9) General Essays (49) General Works of/on Literature (25) Language.
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by James J Mertz. Starting at $ Subscribe now for coupons, newsletters, and more. In his book collecting as in his poetry, William Drummond was conservative and imitative.
As reported in Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversations with William Drummond of Hawthornden (), Jonson said that Drummond's verses were good, "Save that they smelled too much of the Schools, and were not after the fancie of the time." In an undated letter to Dr. Arthur Johnston.
Neo-Latin Poets Fred J. Nichols: An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. Xi + New Haven and London: Yale University Press, £ [REVIEW] M. Pope - - The Classical Review 31 (01) The Poetry of Kissing is, indeed, an anthology in itself, for worse and (more so) for better.
In presenting this forgotten archive, Wong has raised important questions about the issues such as self-theorizing nature of early modern lyric, cultural transmission and tradition, Neo-Latin literary influence, gender and sensuality, and generic Author: Eileen Sperry.
“The 1, pages of Brill’s Encyclopaedia have entries, by nearly eighty contributors, for almost all conceivable aspects of Neo-Latin language, literature and culture. It will be an indispensable starting point for future students and scholars, at a time when the vast and largely unexplored continent of early modern Neo-Latin is becoming increasingly accessible.”.A republished book: Add original publication date after title.
Doctorow, E. L. Welcome to Hard Times. New York: Bantam, An anthology or a compilation (with translation from another language) Nichols, Fred J., ed. and trans. An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. New Haven: Yale UP, Two or more books by the same person.General Overviews.
Because the individual poems are so short and the field so wide, collections of articles can be the best introductions. For a quick introduction to the genre, Bruss or Gutziller would be helpful. For a richer introduction to the state of scholarship, Bing and Bruss is excellent.
Dihle gives an excellent sense of the issues before the recent .