Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular: Language and by Tom B Deneire

By Tom B Deneire

Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular bargains a set of reviews that take care of the cultural alternate among Neo-Latin and the vernacular, and with the very cultural mobility that allowed for the winning improvement of Renaissance bilingual tradition. learning a number of multilingual problems with language and poetics, of translation and move, its authors interpret Renaissance cross-cultural touch as a noticeably dynamic, ever-shifting technique of making cultural which means. With renewed recognition for appropriate theoretical and methodological frames of reference, Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular firmly resists literary history's temptation to pin down the Early glossy dating among languages, literatures and cultures, in favour of stressing the sheer sort and variability of that courting itself. members are Jan Bloemendal, Ingrid De Smet, Annet den Haan, Tom Deneire, Beate Hintzen, David Kromhout, Bettina Noak, Ingrid Rowland, Johanna Svensson, Harm-Jan van Dam, Guillaume van Gemert, Eva van Hooijdonk, and Ummu Yuksel.

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Michiel, Drost te Muiden, Baljuw van Goeilant, &c. com). g. Italian), but these are a very small minority. Alle de wercken. So Spelen / Gedichten / Brieven en Kluchten van den gheest-rijcken Poëet Gerbrand Adriaensz. Bredero Amsterdammer (Amsterdam: voor Corn. Luidewijckz vander Plasse, 1638). , 1635) (Dutch + Neo-Latin). Dominici Baudii Poemata. Nova editio et prioribus Auctior (Amstelodami: Joannes Janssonius, 1640) (Neo-Latin + Greek + (some) French). g. Grotius’ opinion of his poetic qualities in two liminal poems written for Baudius’ Poematum nova editio (Leiden: Thomas Basson, 1607) (cf.

How many differences in world view did Neo-Latin literature allow? In other words, we speak of Petrarch and Celtis as humanists, but to what extent were Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon humanists? And were the Reformation movements pro- or anti-humanist? (10) Are there any specific issues or problems related to the interaction between Neo-Latin and vernacular literatures that do not feature in the interaction between two vernacular literatures? e. father tongue, as opposed to mother tongue), Latin was for many authors more difficult to use for nuanced writing than the modern vernaculars that constituted their mother tongues.

284–303. On the continuity between medieval and Early Modern Latin literatures see Ronald G. , pp. 553–572. , pp. 573–592. 7 See, for example, ‘Holland as a Literary and Cultural Staple Market’, in Maria A. Schenkeveldvan der Dussen, Dutch Literature in the Age of Rembrandt: Themes and Ideas, Utrecht publications in general and comparative literature, 28 (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1991), ch. 7, pp. 137–152. 8 Georg Ellinger, Geschichte der neulateinischen Lyrik in den Niederländen vom Ausgang des fünfzehnten bis zum Beginn des siebzehnten Jahrhunderts, Geschichte der neulateinischen Literatur Deutschlands im sechzehnten Jahrhundert, 3, 1 (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1933); Paul R.

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