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England and the continental Renaissance : essays in honour of J.B. Trapp

Author: J B Trapp; Edward Chaney; Peter Mack
Publisher: Woodbridge, Suffolk [England] ; Rochester, NY, USA : Boydell Press, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Containing 23 essays which aim to shed new light on the evolution of English culture between the 15th and 18th centuries, this book discusses both the English cultural manifestation and its  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Bibliographie
Trappe, Joseph B
Named Person: J B Trapp; Joseph B Trapp; Joseph B Trapp
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: J B Trapp; Edward Chaney; Peter Mack
ISBN: 0851152708 9780851152707
OCLC Number: 21333893
Description: xi, 322 pages, [53] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: On the continuity of Medieval English love-lyric, Peter Dronke; some pre-Elizabethan examples of an Elizabethan art, Douglas Gray; Erasmus and the canonisation of Aristotle - the letter to John More, Jill Kraye; Titian, Philip 11 and Mary Tudor, Charles Hope; "Il Moro" - an Italian life of Sir Thomas More, Dennis E. Rhodes; a Mantuan in London in 1557 - further research on Annibale Litolfi, D.S. Chambers; a profile of the grammar of three sixteenth-century lives of Sir Thomas More and of an unrelated 'drab' prose work by Anthony Gilby, Robert Bruchfield; the perils of publishing in the sixteenth century - Pietro Bizari and William Parry, two Elizabethan misfits, Nicholas Barker; accident or design - John Gildon's funeral monuments and Italianate taste in Elizabethan England, Nigel Llewellyn; a Machiavellian solution to the Irish problem - Richard Beacon's "Solon His follie" (1594), Sydney Anglo; "Vincentio Saviolo His Practise" (1595) - a problem of authorship, Sergio Rossi; "Counterfeit Presentments" - Shakespeare's "Ekphrasis", Stephen Orgel; "My Library was Dukedom Large Enough" - Shakespear's Prospero and Prospero Visconti of Milan, E.H.L Gombrich; England and the Italian medal, J.G. Pollard; English "Disegno", Michael Baxandall; an unknown manuscript translation by John Thorpe of Du Cerceau's "Perspective", Karl Josef Holtgen; Sir Francis Carew's garden at Beddington, Roy Strong; the protestant confessor, or the tragic history of Mr Molle, R.W. Lightbown; local heroes - the Scottish humanist parnassus for Charles 1, Elizabeth McGrath; Edward Altham as a hermit, Jennifer Montagu; Veleda, Susanna, Boadicea or Dorothy - antiquarian discussions on some sixteenth-century ornamental bricks, Jean-Michel Massing.
Responsibility: edited by Edward Chaney and Peter Mack.

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