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Humanism and Christian letters in early modern Iberia (1480-1630)

Author: Barry Taylor; Alejandro Caroleu
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2010.
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The essays offered in this volume examine the influence of Christian Latin Literature, whether biblical, patristic, scholastic or humanistic, upon the Latin and vernacular letters of the Iberian Peninsula in the period 1480 to 1630. The contributions have been organized into three thematically coherent groups, dealing Other transmission and translation, adaptation, and visual representation. The first two articles  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Taylor; Alejandro Caroleu
ISBN: 9781443822275 1443822272 9781443822442 1443822442
OCLC Number: 669248745
Description: 1 online resource (225 pages)
Contents: INTRODUCTION; PART I; EX GRAMMATICO RHETOR; CHRISTIAN CLASSICS AND HUMANISM IN RENAISSANCE BARCELONA; NOTES ON THE CATALAN TRANSLATIONS OF DEVOTIONAL LITERATURE; THE VITA CAROLIMAGNI OF DONATO ACCIAIUOLI; PLANTIN'S SPANISH ATLAS AND THE POLITICS OF THE VERNACULAR; PART II; HUMANISM AND LULLISMIN FIFTEENTH-CENTURY MAJORCA; ST ISIDORE OF SEVILLE AND ST ILDEFONSUS OF TOLEDO AS MODELS OF STYLE IN THE RENAISSANCE; SAN JUAN DE LA CRUZ AND THE FATHERS OF THE CHURCH; CHRISTIAN AUTHORS AS MODELS OF IMITATIO IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT; FROM LLUÍS JOAN VILETA TO JOAN PUJOL. THE EUHEMERISM OF LACTANTIUS IN CAMÕES'S LUSIADSPART III; LUIS DE MORALES'S REPRESENTATIONS OF ST JEROME; ENGAGED BUT NOT MARRIED?; INDEX.
Responsibility: editors, Barry Taylor and Alejandro Coroleu.
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