1 edition of Latin poems of the Renaissance found in the catalog.
Latin poems of the Renaissance
|Statement||translated by Richard Aldington.|
|Genre||Translations into English.|
|Series||The poets" translation series ;, 2nd set, no. 4|
|Contributions||Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962., Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PA8164 .L38 1919|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||00522085|
One of the great medical authorities of the early sixteenth century, Girolamo Fracastoro () was also a prominent Neo-Latin poet. This volume includes his famous didactic poem Syphilis in three books, which gave the name to the disease and contains the first poetical description of Columbus's discovery of America. Also included are a short Biblical epic, the Joseph, and the . Translations into English of the epigrams of Anyte of Tegea and Meleager of Gadara, The Anacreontea (late Greek imitations of the love and drinking lyrics of Anacreon), and a selection from the pastoral poems that were written in Latin by the humanists of the Italian Renaissance.
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Latin poems of the Renaissance. London: Egoist, ([London]: Pelican Press) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Aldington; Bruce Rogers; Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress); Egoist Press.
Ariosto’s Latin poems, translated into English for the first time in this volume, are remarkable for their erudition, technical virtuosity, and playfulness. This edition provides a new Latin text, the first to be based on a collation of the autograph manuscript and editio princeps, and offers a unique insight into the Latin formation of one.
The I Tatti Renaissance Library, published by Harvard University Press, is the only series that makes available to a broad readership the major literary, historical, philosophical, and scientific works of the Italian Renaissance written in Latin.
Each volume provides a reliable Latin text together with an accurate, readable English translation on facing pages, accompanied by an editor's.
In Latin Poetry, the erudite and playful works of one of Italy's greatest poets, Ludovico Ariosto (), are translated into English for the first time.
This I Tatti edition provides a newly collated Latin text and offers unique insight into the formation of one of the Renaissance's foremost vernacular writers. Latin poems of the Renaissance book Presented in their original medieval Latin and with commentary and notes in English, this is a translation of thirty poems from Carmina Burana.
The Carmina Burana is a collection of poems, songs and sung religious drama from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Often described as the work of wandering scholars, it actually contains many pieces by famous clerics of the period.5/5(1).
Ariosto's Latin poems, translated into English for the first time in this volume, are remarkable for their erudition, technical virtuosity, and playfulness. This edition provides a new Latin text, the first to be based on a collation of the autograph manuscript and editio princeps, and offers a unique insight into the Latin formation of one of.
Latin in the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Early Modernity. Pagan Latin literature showed a final burst of vitality from the late 3rd century till the 5th centuries. Ammianus Marcellinus in history, Quintus Aurelius Symmachus in oratory, and Ausonius and Rutilius Claudius.
Thomas Campion was born in London, England in Campion’s importance for nondramatic literature of the English Renaissance lies in the exceptional intimacy of the musical-poetic connection in his work.
While other poets and musicians talked about the union of the two arts, only Campion produced complete songs wholly of his own composition, and only he wrote lyric poetry of enduring.
Renaissance poetry was epic style and sonnets expressed intense feelings in languages like Greek, Latin, and Italian. Some well-known poets who flourished in this period were the following: Francesco Petrach. This Italian poet was the 1 st writer in the 14 th century. These poems praise the author and the book, and they put the book in an intellectual or literary context.
This paper, which was given in Berkeley at the January meeting of the Semiotic Circle of California, illustrates the character of these poems using two 16th century Latin textbooks.
The paper refers by number to poems in the. Breuker and Weinfield's A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry.A Transitional Reader for Catullus, Horace, and Ovid (or, as it is referred to throughout the book and this review, the Libellus) is intended to take the late high school or early college student from reading modified Latin originals to translating and interpreting real texts of canonical authors.
The love poems of the English Renaissance (late 15th–early 17th century) are considered to be some of the most romantic of all time. Many of the most famous poets are more well-known as the Elizabethan era playwrights—Christopher Marlowe (–), Ben Jonson (–), and the most renowned of all, William Shakespeare (–).Author: Melissa Snell.
This chapter discusses Latin poetry of the period –, with a particular focus on the British Latin verse of this period, as well as authors from elsewhere who had an international reputation. Since the Latin literature of the Renaissance is conventionally considered to begin in Italy in the mid-fourteenth century with Petrarch, and the Italian Latin literature of the fourteenth and Author: Victoria Moul.
In this book, Rodney Lokaj publishes the Latin poems of Baldassare Castiglione and Domizio Falcone. Of these two authors, only Castiglione is well known, thanks to his Book of the Courtier (Il Cortegiano): a work written between andwhen it was work gives an influential portrait of the perfect courtier and long served as a model for civilized and polished : Fabio Stok.
About the Author. Rodney G. Dennis was Curator of Manuscripts at Houghton Library, Harvard University, from to A translator of both Classical and Renaissance Latin, he was a founding editor of Persephone as well as a lecturer in English at Harvard. Michael C. Putnam is MacMillan Professor of Classics and Professor of Comparative Literature emeritus at Brown University.
Italian literature - Italian literature - The Renaissance: The European Renaissance (the “rebirth” of the classical past) really began in 14th-century Italy with Petrarch and Boccaccio.
The 15th century, devoid as it was of major poetic works, was nevertheless of very great importance because it was the century in which a new vision of human life, embracing a different conception of man.
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The century or so from the careers of Cae. This collection reclaims a vast body of long-neglected Latin texts from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and examines how they represent the feminine and the female body.
The authors explore the ideological values explicitly encoded by the feminine in these texts, other, less articulated values implied by the feminine, and the role of the.
A Latin mnemonic verse or mnemonic rhyme is a mnemonic device for teaching and remembering Latin mnemonics have been considered by teachers to be an effective technique for schoolchildren to learn the complex rules of Latin accidence and syntax. Latin Poems of the Renaissance.
Author: ALDINGTON, Richard Title: Latin Poems of the Renaissance Publication: London: The Egoist Press Ltd.,  Description: Softcover. First edition. Self-wrappers. 14, pp. Slightly soiled, very near fine. A book of translations, preceding Aldington's first book of original material.
*Kershaw* Seller Seller Rating: % positive.Latin literature - Latin literature - Satire: Satura meant a medley. The word was applied to variety performances introduced, according to Livy, by the Etruscans. Literary satire begins with Ennius, but it was Lucilius who established the genre. After experimenting, he settled on hexameters, thus making them its recognized vehicle.
A tendency to break into dialogue may be a vestige of a.ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Contains poems in Latin and their English translations.