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Literary source-book of the Italian Renaissance. Philadelphia, Dept. of History, University of Pennsylvania, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Merrick Whitcomb. Literary source-book of the Renaissance.
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A Literary Source-Book of the Renaissance, ed. by Merrick Whitcomb (HTML with commentary at ) Filed under: Renaissance -- Italy The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy, by Jacob Burckhardt, trans.
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26 AddeddatePages: Literary source-book of the Italian Renaissance by Whitcomb, Merrick. Publication date Usage CC0 Universal Topics Italian literatureth century-History and criticism, Italian literature, Italian literature,Translations into English, Renaissance-Italy Publisher Philadelphia, PA: Dept of History, University of Pennsylvania Collection.
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Florence is often named as the birthplace of the Renaissance. The early writers and artists of the period sprung from this city in the northern hills of Italy.
As a center for the European wool trade, the political power of the city rested primarily in the hands of the wealthy merchants who. Literary source-book o My Searches (0) My Cart Added To Cart Check Out. Menu. Subjects. Architecture and Design; Arts; Asian and Pacific Studies; Literary source-book of the renaissance.
Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to. Renaissance literature refers to European literature which was influenced by the intellectual and cultural tendencies associated with the literature of the Renaissance was written within the general movement of the Renaissance, which arose in 14th-century Italy and continued until the 16th century while being diffused into the rest of the western world.
From A Literary Source-book of the Italian Renaissance, by Merrick Whitcomb, PH. D., University of Pennsylvania; ; pp. i-iv. [front-papers] SOURCE-BOOKS OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY AND GERMANY _____ A LITERARY SOURCE-BOOK OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE BY MERRICK WHITCOMB, PH.
Instructor in Modern European History, University of Pennsylvania. A literary source-book of the Italian Renaissance by Whitcomb, Merrick, Italian literature -- 15th century History and criticism, Italian literature, Italian literature, English literature, Renaissance -- Italy Publisher Philadelphia, Pa.: Department of History, University of Pennsylvania Collection cdl; americana Digitizing.
The Renaissance Era was a period of huge cultural advancements. It began in Italy and spread throughout the length and breadth of Europe. The Renaissance had lasting effects on art, literature and the sciences. Here are 10 notable works of fiction from this era.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare. A literary source-book of the German Renaissance Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. A state of conflict this extreme historically either kills literary output for a time, or fans the flames of creativity to conflagration status.
The Renaissance and Reformation had the latter effect, and soon Europe was burning with some of the greatest works the world has ever seen. A guide to further reading accompanies each chapter, complemented by a section of student resources at the end of the book.
The final chapter summarises significant developments in English Renaissance literary culture, and discusses the future direction of Renaissance literary scholarship. Key Features. In these nine essays, Wooden traces the roots of English children's literature in the Renaissance beginning with the first printed books of Caxton and ranging through the work of John Bunyan.
Wooden examines a number of works and authors from this period of two centuries―some from the standard canon, others obscure or neglected―while Author: Warren W.
Wooden. A literary source-book of the German Renaissance by Whitcomb, Merrick, Publication date Topics Renaissance -- Germany, genealogy Publisher Philadelphia, Pa.: Department of History, University of Pennsylvania Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor.
A Literary Source-Book of the Renaissance, by Merrick Whitcomb, P H. This is an eclectic collection of the work of some of the humanists, the men who paved the way to modern thought in Italy and Germany.
The selections cover fiction, education, satire and autobiographical extracts. The voice and spirit of these men is vibrant in their writings.
From A Literary Source-book of the German Renaissance, by Merrick Whitcomb, PH. D., University of Pennsylvania; ; pp. THE RENAISSANCE IN GERMANY.* The humanistic movement in Germany repeats, in many particulars of its development, the features of the earlier and greater Renaissance in Italy.
Eisenstein’s book is, in many ways, a classic male book: a fat, complicated tome about the emergence of the printing press in the mid-to-late fifteenth century.
It’s vast and it really makes you work hard. There aren’t really that many readable books on the Renaissance for the general reader. Dante Alighieri Dante Alighieri, often simply referred to as Dante, was a famous Italian poet during the Renaissance.
The Divine Comedy is the most famous of his works, and is often considered the greatest literary work in the Italian language. Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio are often considered the best Italian writers in history.
Renaissance literary criticism is also prescriptive, not descriptive: that is, it describes how literature should be written and what effects it should strive for. Accepting this orientation, the editor has included a substantial selection from the major hand-books on rhetoric and poetics, Thomas Wilson's The Arte of Rhetorique () and.
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. Generally described as taking place from the 14th century to the 17th century, the Renaissance promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, literature and art.
From A Literary Source-book of the German Renaissance, by Merrick Whitcomb, PH. D., University of Pennsylvania; ; pp. SEBASTIAN BRANT. Sebastian Brant () was born at Strasburg, studied at the university of Basel, became doctor of civil and canon law, and taught at Basel untilwhen he returned to his native town.
Renaissance Literature The later Renaissance is also covered in my eighteenth-century pages. Calls for Papers From Penn's list. Voice of the Shuttle — Renaissance and Seventeenth Century The best set of links.
CERES: Cambridge English Renaissance Electronic Service A good set of links and a newsletter on Renaissance scholarship. Whitcomb, Merrick, from A Literary Source-book of the German Renaissance, Title Page, history of literature, humanism in Germany, 15th century, primary source, in modern English translation, open source e-texts, e-books, SUPPORT LARB.
The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. Help us create the kind of literary community you’ve always dreamed of. A comparative essay asks that you compare at least two (possibly more) items. These items will differ depending on the assignment.
Comparative Literature involves the study of the common features that exist in different literary pieces, cinema, cultural production, etc., on a global level. Renaissance Quarterly is the leading American journal of Renaissance studies, encouraging connections between different scholarly approaches to bring together material spanning the period from to The official journal of the Renaissance Society of America, RQ presents about twenty articles and over five hundred reviews per year, engaging the following disciplines: Americas, Art and.
So-called Books of Secrets like Lady Isabella’s were a new and wildly-popular literary genre during the Italian Renaissance. Written in vernacular Italian, they instructed an increasingly literate public in the pursuit of alchemy, making secrets previously circulated in Latin manuscripts amongst the educated elite more broadly accessible.
The mid th century has often been described as an “American Renaissance” of literature due to the large number of literary masterpieces created during this time. Sometimes referred to as the New England renaissance, because it was centered in New England, this period ran from about until the end of the Civil War and it has been closely identified with American romanticism and an.The Renaissance, which spanned from the s until the s, along with being an unprecedented leap forward in arts and intellectualism, was a time of great literary advancement.
There were numerous ways in which the processes of writing, printing, and thinking were profoundly changed during this time of academic and artistic flourishing.This essay undertakes to treat the history of literary criticism in the Renaissance.
The three sections into which the essay is divided are devoted, respectively, to Italian criticism from Dante to Tasso, to French criticism from Du Bellay to Boileau, and to English criticism from Ascham to Milton; but the critical activity of the sixteenth century has been the main theme, and the earlier or.