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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Izora Scott; Giovanni Francesco Pico della Mirandola; Pietro Bembo; Desiderius Erasmus
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published as Controversies over the imitation of Cicero as a model for style and some phases of their influence on the schools of the Renaissance, in series: Teachers College, Columbia University. Contributions to education, no. 35. New York : Teachers College, Columbia University, 1910.
"Part II: Translations of controversial writings."
|Description:||vii, 124, 145 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Contents: Part I.The Influence of Cicero Before 1450. Ciceronian Controversies in Italy. The Ciceronianus of Erasmus. Orations in Behalf of Cicero Against Erasmus by J.C. Scaliger. Dialogue in Behalf of Longueil Against Erasmus by Etienne Dolet. Other Phases of the Controversy up to 1600. The Influence of Ciceronianism upon Educational Practice. Part II.A Pamphlet on Imitation by Gianfrancesco Pico to Pietro Bembo. A Pamphlet on Imitation by Pietro Bembo Addressed to Pico. Ciceronianus by Desiderius Erasmus.|
|Series Title:||Contributions to education, no. 35.|
|Other Titles:||Translations of controversial writings|
|Responsibility:||by Izora Scott.|