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The Resource European literature and the Latin Middle Ages, Ernst Robert Curtius ; translated from the German by Willard R. Trask ; with a new introduction by Colin Burrow

European literature and the Latin Middle Ages, Ernst Robert Curtius ; translated from the German by Willard R. Trask ; with a new introduction by Colin Burrow

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European literature and the Latin Middle Ages
Title
European literature and the Latin Middle Ages
Statement of responsibility
Ernst Robert Curtius ; translated from the German by Willard R. Trask ; with a new introduction by Colin Burrow
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Author
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Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
Published just after the Second World War, European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages is a sweeping exploration of the remarkable continuity of European literature across time and place, from the classical era up to the early nineteenth century, and from the Italian peninsula to the British Isles. In what T.S. Eliot called a ""magnificent"" book, Ernst Robert Curtius establishes medieval Latin literature as the vital transition between the literature of antiquity and the vernacular literatures of later centuries. The result is nothing less than a masterful synthesis of European l
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1886-1956
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Curtius, Ernst Robert
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Bollingen series
Series volume
XXXVI
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  • European literature
  • Literature, Medieval
  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • LITERARY CRITICISM
  • European literature
  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern
  • Literature, Medieval
  • Latein
  • Literatur
  • Mittellatein
  • Volkssprache
  • Europa
Label
European literature and the Latin Middle Ages, Ernst Robert Curtius ; translated from the German by Willard R. Trask ; with a new introduction by Colin Burrow
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Translated from the German
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION TO THE 2013 EDITION; TRANSLATOR'S NOTE; NOTE OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT; AUTHOR'S FOREWORD TO THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION; GUIDING PRINCIPLES; 1: European Literature; 2: The Latin Middle Ages; 1. DANTE AND THE ANTIQUE POETS; 2. ANTIQUE AND MODERN WORLDS; 3. THE MIDDLE AGES; 4. THE LATIN MIDDLE AGES; 5. ROMANIA; 3: Literature and Education; 1. THE LIBERAL ARTS; 2. THE CONCEPT OF THE Artes IN THE MIDDLE AGES; 3. GRAMMAR; 4. ANGLO-SAXON AND CAROLINGIAN STUDIES; 5. CURRICULUM AUTHORS; 6. THE UNIVERSITIES; 7. Sententiae AND Exempla; 4: Rhetoric
  • 1. POSITION OF RHETORIC2. RHETORIC IN ANTIQUITY; 3. SYSTEM OF ANTIQUE RHETORIC; 4. LATE ROMAN ANTIQUITY; 5. JEROME; 6. AUGUSTINE; 7· CASSIODORUS AND ISIDORE; 8. Ars dictaminis; 9. WIBALD OF CORVEY AND JOHN OF SALISBURY; 10. RHETORIC, PAINTING, MUSIC; 5: Topics; 1. TOPICS OF CONSOLATORY ORATORY; 2. HISTORICAL TOPICS; 3. AFFECTED MODESTY; 4. TOPICS OF THE EXORDIUM; 5. TOPICS OF THE CONCLUSION; 6. INVOCATION OF NATURE; 7. THE WORLD UPSIDE-DOWN; 8. BOY AND OLD MAN; 9. OLD WOMAN AND GIRL; 6: The Goddess Natura; 1. FROM OVID TO CLAUDIAN; 2. BERNARD SILVESTRIS; 3. SODOMY; 4. ALAN OF LILLE
  • 5. EROS AND MORALITY6. THE ROMANCE OF THE ROSE; 7: Metaphorics; 1. NAUTICAL METAPHORS; 2. PERSONAL METAPHORS; 3. ALIMENTARY METAPHORS; 4. CORPORAL METAPHORS; 5. THEATRICAL METAPHORS; 8: Poetry and Rhetoric; 1. ANTIQUE POETICS; 2. POETRY AND PROSE; 3. SYSTEM OF MEDIEVAL STYLES; 4. JUDICIAL, POLITICAL, AND PANEGYRICAL ORATORY IN MEDIEVAL POETRY; 5. INEXPRESSIBILITY TOPOI; 6. OUTDOING; 7. EULOGY OF CONTEMPORARIES; 9: Heroes and Rulers; 1. HEROISM; 2. HOMERIC HEROES; 3. VIRGIL; 4· LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES; 5. PRAISE OF RULERS; 6. ARMS AND STUDIES; 7. NOBILITY OF SOUL; 8. BEAUTY
  • 10: The Ideal Landscape1. EXOTIC FAUNA AND FLORA; 2. GREEK POETRY; 3. VIRGIL; 4. RHETORICAL OCCASIONS FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF NATURE; 5. THE GROVE; 6. THE PLEASANCE; 7. EPIC LANDSCAPE; 11: Poetry and Philosophy; 1. HOMER AND ALLEGORY; 2. POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY; 3. PHILOSOPHY IN LATE PAGAN ANTIQUITY; 4. PHILOSOPHY AND CHRISTIANITY; 12: Poetry and Theology; 1. DANTE AND GIOVANNI DEL VIRGILIO; 2. ALBERTINO MUSSATO; 3. DANTE'S SELF-EXEGESIS; 4. PETRARCH AND BOCCACCIO; 13: The Muses; 14: Classicism; 1. GENRES, AND CATALOGUES OF AUTHORS; 2. THE ""ANCIENTS"" AND THE ""MODERNS""
  • 3. CANON FORMATION IN THE CHURCH4. MEDIEVAL CANON; 5. MODERN CANON FORMATION; 15: Mannerism; 1. CLASSICISM AND MANNERISM; 2. RHETORIC AND MANNERISM; 3. FORMAL MANNERISMS; 4. RECAPITULATION; 5. EPIGRAM AND THE STYLE OF pointes; 6. BALTASAR GRACIÁN; 16: The Book as Symbol; 1. GOETHE ON TROPES; 2. GREECE; 3. ROME; 4. THE BIBLE; 5. EARLY MIDDLE AGES; 6. HIGH MIDDLE AGES; 7. THE BOOK OF NATURE; 8. DANTE; 9. SHAKESPEARE; 10. WEST AND EAST; 17: Dante; 1. DANTE AS A CLASSIC; 2. DANTE AND LATINITY; 3· THE Commedia AND THE LITERARY GENRES; 4. EXEMPLARY FIGURES IN THE Commedia
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ocn840488860
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1 online resource (xxvi, 662 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781299402775
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computer
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rdamedia
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(OCoLC)840488860
Label
European literature and the Latin Middle Ages, Ernst Robert Curtius ; translated from the German by Willard R. Trask ; with a new introduction by Colin Burrow
Publication
Note
Translated from the German
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION TO THE 2013 EDITION; TRANSLATOR'S NOTE; NOTE OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT; AUTHOR'S FOREWORD TO THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION; GUIDING PRINCIPLES; 1: European Literature; 2: The Latin Middle Ages; 1. DANTE AND THE ANTIQUE POETS; 2. ANTIQUE AND MODERN WORLDS; 3. THE MIDDLE AGES; 4. THE LATIN MIDDLE AGES; 5. ROMANIA; 3: Literature and Education; 1. THE LIBERAL ARTS; 2. THE CONCEPT OF THE Artes IN THE MIDDLE AGES; 3. GRAMMAR; 4. ANGLO-SAXON AND CAROLINGIAN STUDIES; 5. CURRICULUM AUTHORS; 6. THE UNIVERSITIES; 7. Sententiae AND Exempla; 4: Rhetoric
  • 1. POSITION OF RHETORIC2. RHETORIC IN ANTIQUITY; 3. SYSTEM OF ANTIQUE RHETORIC; 4. LATE ROMAN ANTIQUITY; 5. JEROME; 6. AUGUSTINE; 7· CASSIODORUS AND ISIDORE; 8. Ars dictaminis; 9. WIBALD OF CORVEY AND JOHN OF SALISBURY; 10. RHETORIC, PAINTING, MUSIC; 5: Topics; 1. TOPICS OF CONSOLATORY ORATORY; 2. HISTORICAL TOPICS; 3. AFFECTED MODESTY; 4. TOPICS OF THE EXORDIUM; 5. TOPICS OF THE CONCLUSION; 6. INVOCATION OF NATURE; 7. THE WORLD UPSIDE-DOWN; 8. BOY AND OLD MAN; 9. OLD WOMAN AND GIRL; 6: The Goddess Natura; 1. FROM OVID TO CLAUDIAN; 2. BERNARD SILVESTRIS; 3. SODOMY; 4. ALAN OF LILLE
  • 5. EROS AND MORALITY6. THE ROMANCE OF THE ROSE; 7: Metaphorics; 1. NAUTICAL METAPHORS; 2. PERSONAL METAPHORS; 3. ALIMENTARY METAPHORS; 4. CORPORAL METAPHORS; 5. THEATRICAL METAPHORS; 8: Poetry and Rhetoric; 1. ANTIQUE POETICS; 2. POETRY AND PROSE; 3. SYSTEM OF MEDIEVAL STYLES; 4. JUDICIAL, POLITICAL, AND PANEGYRICAL ORATORY IN MEDIEVAL POETRY; 5. INEXPRESSIBILITY TOPOI; 6. OUTDOING; 7. EULOGY OF CONTEMPORARIES; 9: Heroes and Rulers; 1. HEROISM; 2. HOMERIC HEROES; 3. VIRGIL; 4· LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES; 5. PRAISE OF RULERS; 6. ARMS AND STUDIES; 7. NOBILITY OF SOUL; 8. BEAUTY
  • 10: The Ideal Landscape1. EXOTIC FAUNA AND FLORA; 2. GREEK POETRY; 3. VIRGIL; 4. RHETORICAL OCCASIONS FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF NATURE; 5. THE GROVE; 6. THE PLEASANCE; 7. EPIC LANDSCAPE; 11: Poetry and Philosophy; 1. HOMER AND ALLEGORY; 2. POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY; 3. PHILOSOPHY IN LATE PAGAN ANTIQUITY; 4. PHILOSOPHY AND CHRISTIANITY; 12: Poetry and Theology; 1. DANTE AND GIOVANNI DEL VIRGILIO; 2. ALBERTINO MUSSATO; 3. DANTE'S SELF-EXEGESIS; 4. PETRARCH AND BOCCACCIO; 13: The Muses; 14: Classicism; 1. GENRES, AND CATALOGUES OF AUTHORS; 2. THE ""ANCIENTS"" AND THE ""MODERNS""
  • 3. CANON FORMATION IN THE CHURCH4. MEDIEVAL CANON; 5. MODERN CANON FORMATION; 15: Mannerism; 1. CLASSICISM AND MANNERISM; 2. RHETORIC AND MANNERISM; 3. FORMAL MANNERISMS; 4. RECAPITULATION; 5. EPIGRAM AND THE STYLE OF pointes; 6. BALTASAR GRACIÁN; 16: The Book as Symbol; 1. GOETHE ON TROPES; 2. GREECE; 3. ROME; 4. THE BIBLE; 5. EARLY MIDDLE AGES; 6. HIGH MIDDLE AGES; 7. THE BOOK OF NATURE; 8. DANTE; 9. SHAKESPEARE; 10. WEST AND EAST; 17: Dante; 1. DANTE AS A CLASSIC; 2. DANTE AND LATINITY; 3· THE Commedia AND THE LITERARY GENRES; 4. EXEMPLARY FIGURES IN THE Commedia
Control code
ocn840488860
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 662 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299402775
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt25fzw0
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not applicable
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unknown
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)840488860

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