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Medieval grammar and rhetoric : language arts and litherary theory, AD 300-1475

Author: Rita Copeland; Ineke Sluiter
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An anthology of over fifty primary texts representing the development of grammar, rhetoric, and literary study from the early to the late Middle Ages, many translated into English for the first time.  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rita Copeland; Ineke Sluiter
ISBN: 9780199653782 019965378X
OCLC Number: 868311262
Description: x, 72 p. ; 26 cm
Contents: PART 1 ARTS OF LANGUAGE, AD CA. 300-CA. 950; PART 2 DOSSIERS ON THE ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE AND ETYMOLOGY; PART 3 SCIENCES AND CURRICULA OF LANGUAGE IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY; SECTION 4 PEDAGOGIES OF GRAMMAR AND RHETORIC, CA. 1150-1280; PART 6 RECEPTIONS OF THE TRADITIONS: THE LANGUAGE ARTS AND POETICS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES, CA. 1369-CA. 1475
Responsibility: edited by Rita Copeland and Ineke Sluiter.

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Monumental ... In their heroic labour of translation and scholarship, Copeland and Sluiter provide an entree to the millennium of pedagogy that formed countless priests, monks, bishops, Read more...

 
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