1 edition of The Neo-Latin epigram found in the catalog.
The Neo-Latin epigram
Susanna de Beer
|Statement||edited by Susanna de Beer, Karl A.E. Enenkel & David Rijser|
|Series||Supplementa humanistica Lovaniensia -- 25, Supplementa humanistica Lovaniensia -- 25.|
|LC Classifications||PA8055 .N46 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||2010386103|
(2) The secular epigram in England had reached its peak between and , best-known in Jonson's English epigrams and John Owen's neo-Latin ones. I suggest that the cultivation of the religious epigram in England in the s and s stems from both direct imitation of the continental religious tradition and the adaptation of the English. This conference aims to investigate the shift between the epigram as embodying an inseparability of text and materiality, as conceived in the classical period and in the Renaissance (Neo-Latin epigram), and the modern re-interpretation of poetry on objects.
Hugo Grotius and the Epigram. / van Oosterhout, M. The Neo-Latin Epigram. A Learned and Witty Genre. ed. / S. de Beer. Vol. 25 Leuven: Universitaire Pers, p. (Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia). Research output: Chapter in book/volume › Chapter › Scientific. Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular offers a collection of studies that deal with the cultural exchange between Neo-Latin and the vernacular, and with the very cultural mobility that allowed for the successful development of Renaissance bilingual culture. Studying a variety of multilingual issues of language and poetics, of translation and transfer, its authors Author: Roger P.H. Green.
Original language: Undefined: Title of book/volume: The Neo-Latin Epigram. A Learned and Witty Genre: Editors: S. de Beer: Place of Publication: Leuven: Publisher. Martial - Epigrams Book Two * Introduction 3. Text, Translation, and Commentary Bibliography
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The epigram is certainly one of the most intriguing, while at the same time most elusive, genres of Neo-Latin literature. From the end of the fifteenth century, almost every humanist writer who regarded himself a true "poeta" had composed a respectable number of epigrams. Given our sense of poetical aesthetics, be it idealistic, postidealistic, modern, or postmodern, the.
Relevant bibliographies are in IJsewijn and Sacré –Money complements this essay. Wright is the most accessible of early dedicated collections of neo-Latin epigrams. Schnur is a good but slight modern anthology with German prose translations. Dodd includes the most generous selection of epigrams available in English.
Dana Sutton’s. New Latin (also called Neo-Latin or Modern Latin) was a revival in the use of Latin in original, scholarly, and scientific works between c. and c. Modern scholarly and technical nomenclature, such as in zoological and botanical taxonomy and international scientific vocabulary, draws extensively from New Latin such use, New Latin is subject to Early form: Renaissance Latin.
The epigram is certainly one of the most intriguing, while at the same time most elusive, genres of Neo-Latin literature. From the end of the fifteenth century, almost every humanist writer who regarded himself a true "poeta" had composed a. Pardon the pun, so common in epigrammatic poetry: this is a great book about small poems.
In fact, it is a work that goes beyond its primary goal of gathering and publishing the fifteen papers presented at the conference The Neo-Latin s the Definition of a Genre, held at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR), in April It achieves an additional.
The Neo-Latin epigram: humanist self-definition in a learned and witty discourse / Karl A.E. Enenkel --Versus ex variis locis deducti: On ancient collections of epigrams / Stephan Busch --Janus Lascaris and the Greek anthology / Marc D.
Lauxtermann The Neo-Latin epigram book epigram in early modern literary theory: Vossius's Poeticae institutiones / Jan. Table of Contents. Pardon the pun, so common in epigrammatic poetry: this is a great book about small poems. In fact, it is a work that goes beyond its primary goal of gathering and publishing the fifteen papers presented at the conference The Neo-Latin s the Definition of a Genre, held at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR), in April Latin was for many centuries the common literary language of Europe, and Latin literature of immense range, stylistic power and social and political significance was produced throughout Europe and beyond from the time of Petrarch (c) well into the eighteenth century.
This is the first available work devoted specifically to the enormous wealth and variety of neo. Latin Epigram and Martial. Latin epigrams were, from the 3rd century BCE, metrical inscriptions in Latin on objects or monuments, especially on tombs, conveying the name, career, achievements, and civic virtues of the meter was originally Saturnian, but Quintus Ennius (b.
BCE) added the hexameter and the elegiac couplet, in which the majority of Martial’s. Neo-Latin literature is a vast field, covering Latin texts written in an intentionally classical style in both verse and prose across at least four centuries and the whole of Europe, as well as parts of Asia and the New World, by countless authors and in an enormous variety of genres.
(20) On neo-Latin epigram, see Pierre Laurens, L’Abeille dans l’ambre: célébration de l’épigramme de l’époque alexandrine á la fin de la Renaissance, Collection d’études anciennes, 59 (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, ) and Susanna de Beer, K.
Enenkel, and D. Rijser. The Neo-Latin Epigram: A Learned and Witty : Victoria Moul. epigram witticism, quip; ingenious saying tersely expressed Not to be confused with: epigraph – an inscription on a building or statue; quotation at the beginning of a book or chapter epigram (ĕp′ĭ-grăm′) n.
A short, witty poem expressing a single thought or observation. A concise, clever, often paradoxical statement. Epigrammatic. Cambridge Core - Renaissance and Early Modern Literature - A Guide to Neo-Latin Literature - edited by Victoria Moul. NEO-LATIN NEWS ♦ Classroom Commentaries: Teaching the Poetria nova across Medieval and Renaissance Europe.
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This intermediate-level commentary contains the Latin text of James Logan’s poem “On the Death of His Infant Daughter, Rachel”, as well as a brief introductory essay, notes, and vocabulary. Investigation of the Latin poetry produced by British poets from the sixteenth century onwards affords an indispensible insight into a dominant strand in the intellectual, cultural and educational life of the British Isles during this period.
At this time, the composition of Latin poetry was a regular feature of school curricula and a popular leisure-time activity of the. Book Description: This book, which traces the fortunes of the Greek Anthology in northern Europe, comprises a formidable list of writers: neo-Latin for the Netherlands (beginning with Erasmus) and both neo-Latin and vernacular for France (ending with Chémier), who translated or imitated one or more of the epigrams in the his introduction, James Hutton.
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Humanistica Lovaniensia Journal Of Neo-latin Studies English Paperback Book F $ Multimedia Learning Environments By Tse-kian NeoPaperback $ Interactive Web-based Education By Mai NeoPaperback $ Victoria Moul is Senior Lecturer in Latin Language and Literature at King's College London.
She is a leader in the field of early modern Latin and English literature, with wide-ranging publications including articles on neo-Latin elegy, lyric and didactic poetry and Milton, Jonson, Donne and Cowley, as well as the reception of Horace, Pindar and : Victoria Moul.The original text and translations of 62 poems written by 19 authors are included in this book, offering a unique and illuminating look at neo-Latin poetry.
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