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Studies in the literary relations of England and Germany in the sixteenth century.
C. H. Herford
|Statement||By Charles H. Herford ...|
|LC Classifications||PR129.G3 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, , 426 p.|
|Number of Pages||426|
|LC Control Number||11019010|
Introduction. Traditionally envisioned as the dawning of a new age characterized by the rebirth of classical learning and the arts, the Renaissance is often said to have been transported into France from Italy during the last decades of the 15th century and to have reached its peak there during the reign of King Francis I (ruled –), after which it quickly faded as the . Abstract. The period of the sixteenth century is characterized throughout Europe as a key moment in the process of the legitimization of vernacular languages as vehicles of culture and knowledge able to perform the same function as Latin, Europe’s lingua franca for many : Rocío G. Sumillera.
THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY. They suffered in Ireland, England, and Germany. Dartford in England and forty-three German monasteries fell before Protestantism. A great number of new foundations in Italy and Spain took their place. John Faber of Augsburg made an abortive attempt to found a school of literary studies among his German brethren. Early Modern Studies Concentration for Graduate Students the history of the book and of material texts; literary and critical theory, including science studies and poetics. This seminar will place in historical context issues concerning gender and authorship in late sixteenth- to seventeenth-century England. In the beginning of this.
Donne and the Politics of Conscience in Early Modern England examines the responses of John Donne and his contemporaries to post-Reformation debate about authority and interpretation. It argues that the legal and epistemological principles, as well as the narrative practices, of casuistry provided an important resource for those caught in the welter of Author: A.D.M. Pettegree. H. C. Erik Midelfort is C. Julian Bishko Professor of History and Religious Studies, University of Virginia. He is the author of numerous award-winning books, including A History of Madness in Sixteenth-Century Germany and Mad Princes of Renaissance Germany.
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Works. The Social History of the English Drama () Studies in the Literary Relations of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century () Shakespeare's Masters and As You Like It (). About Science and Theology in the Reformation. Beginning with an exploration of how the Reformers conceived the relationship between natural and moral philosophy, that is, physics and ethics, the author then investigates the relationship between natural law and the order of nature in the thought of Philip Melanchthon.
(Sixteenth-Century Essays & Studies, ) Pp. Kirksville, Mo.: Sixteenth-Century Journal Publishers, $ o 11 5 This short book is a collection of six papers (and one set of commentator's remarks) delivered at a symposium on 'Cities and their cultures in the Renaissance and the Reformation', at Harvard University in November Author: Miri Rubin.
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Beginning with an exploration of how the Reformers conceived the relationship between natural and moral philosophy, that is, physics and ethics, the author then investigates the relationship between natural law and the order of nature in the thought of Philip Melanchthon. These articles set the scene for a discussion of the role of theological arguments, and in particular.
Whole English Catalog spring The English Major The English major/minor requirements have changed and will affect students accepted to the program FALL forward. (See ‘Major Requirements for the Department of English in the back of the catalog) English Honors acceptance requirements have remained the same, however.
Linda P. Austern, Associate Professor of Musicology, is a specialist in Early Modern English and European musical-cultural relations and gender/sexuality is the author of Music in English Children’s Drama of the Later Renaissance () and Both From the Ears and Mind: Thinking About Music in Early Modern England (Chicago, ), as well as the editor of Music.
While most of Boutcher’s case studies derive from beyond – England, including chapters which reframe the English reception of Montaigne during the seventeenth century, the work offers much of interest to scholars of Elizabethan literature and culture, not least as a case study in itself of an alternative mode of literary history.
 See Lee Piepho, Holofernes' Mantuan: Italian Humanism in Early Modern England (Bern/New York: Peter Lang, ), Studies in the Literary Relations of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century (Cambridge Univ.
Press, ), xviii-xix.  Virginia Stern's transcription, in Gabriel Harvey, Examining both poetic and botanical texts, as well as the poetics of botanical texts, this study focuses on the two outstanding English botanical writers of the sixteenth century, William Turner and John Gerard, to suggest the unexpected historical relationship between literature and science in the early modern genre of the herbal.
Start studying Humanities Part 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. “Van Kley’s book is original in its research, staggeringly detailed—and fascinating.
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