By Craig Kallendorf; Ward W Briggs; Julia Haig Gaisser; Charles Martindale; Blackwell Reference Online (Online service)
A significant other to the Classical culture incorporates the urgent desire for an updated creation and evaluate of the turning out to be box of reception reports. A complete creation and evaluate of the classical culture - the translation of classical texts in later centuries. includes 26 newly commissioned essays from a global group of specialists. Divided into 3 sections: a chronological survey, a geographical survey, and a piece illustrating the connections among the classical culture and modern idea. Read more... heart a long time / through Jan Ziolkowski -- Renaissance / via Craig Kallendorf -- Baroque / by way of Ingrid Rowland -- Neo-classicism / via Thomas Kaminski -- Romanticism / through Bruce Graver -- The Victorian period / via Norman Vance -- Modernism / by way of Kenneth Haynes -- Africa / via William Dominik -- Central-Eastern Europe / via Jerzy Axer, with the help of Katarzyna Tomaszuk -- France / by means of Philip Ford -- Germany and German-speaking Europe / through Volker Riedel -- Iberian Peninsula / by way of Luisa López Grigera -- Italy / through David Marsh -- Latin the USA / through Andrew Laird -- Low nations / through Gilbert Tournoy -- Scandinavia / by way of Minna Skafte Jensen -- uk / through Richard Jenkyns -- usa / via Ward Briggs -- Reception reports / through Charles Martindale -- Postcolonial reports / through Lorna Hardwick -- Gender and sexuality / by means of Alastair J.L. Blanshard -- Politics / by means of Katie Fleming -- Psychology / by means of Fabio Stok -- smooth and post-modern artwork and structure / by means of Gail Levin -- movie / via Karl Galinsky
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The founder of this movement was Lovato Lovati (1241–1309), a lawyer whose passion for classical literature led him to a brilliant exposition of the meters in Seneca’s tragedies, a role in the rediscovery of lost material from Livy, and a guiding place in the construction of a tomb for Antenor, the mythical founder of the city. Albertino Mussato in turn wrote the first secular tragedy since the fall of the Roman empire, Ecerinis, for which a grateful Padua revived an ancient ceremony and gave him a laurel crown for his poetic achievement.
456–7). Or, to use the other metaphor that became popular with Petrarch and his descendants, antiquity was in the process of being born again, in a renaissance (Mommsen 1942: 226–42; Ullman 1973). Renaissance 31 This process was generally seen in the generations that followed Petrarch to be relatively uncomplicated. In a famous letter to his friend Francesco Vettori (dated December 10, 1513), Niccolo` Macchiavelli (1469–1527) describes how, after a difficult day spent amidst the toils and tribulations of daily life, he would return home, retreat into his study, and ‘‘step inside the venerable courts of the ancients .
1960–). Paradigmatic books have been devoted to the reception of individual authors. Vergil: Comparetti (1997) and Baswell (1995), with a massive anthology of materials by Putnam and Ziolkowski (forthcoming). Ovid: Hexter (1986) (for citation and analysis of Traube’s three aetates [ages], see pp. 2–3). Horace: Reynolds (1996). CHAPTER THREE Renaissance Craig W. Kallendorf 1 What’s in a Name? , the Baroque), its name can be traced back to one particular individual and his cultural agenda. In the centuries beforehand, annalists and chroniclers wrote universal history in which the flow of time was divided either according to a principle articulated by Jerome, whose commentary on Daniel’s prophecy about the statue (Daniel 2:31 ff.
A companion to the Classical tradition by Craig Kallendorf; Ward W Briggs; Julia Haig Gaisser; Charles Martindale; Blackwell Reference Online (Online service)