7 edition of Studies in Latin poetry. found in the catalog.
Studies in Latin poetry.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited for the Dept. of Classics by Christopher M. Dawson and Thomas Cole.|
|Series||Yale classical studies,, v. 21|
|Contributions||Dawson, Christopher Mounsey, ed., Cole, Thomas, 1933- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PA25 .Y3 vol. 21, PA6047 .Y3 vol. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||69014392|
After centuries of near silence, Latin poetry underwent a renaissance in the late fourth and fifth centuries CE evidenced in the works of key figures such as Ausonius, Claudian, Prudentius, and Paulinus of Nola. This period of resurgence marked a milestone in the reception of the classics of late Republican and early imperial poetry. Reading Latin. By approaching the texts of selected Latin poets successful students will learn techniques for reading Latin poetry with subtlety and precision. Critical Method. Successful students will understand and apply principles and practice of critical method, with specific reference to the texts of selected Latin poets. Literary History.
The Latin literature poetry course aims to give readers an introduction to five key authors of Latin verse: Ovid, Catullus, Horace, Martial and Virgil. As with all our Latin literature courses, the poetry course also aims to develop reading competence and confidence and to nurture informed personal response to classical literature. This book offers the first complete overview of Byzantine poetry from the 4th to the 15th century. By bringing together 22 scholars, it explores the development of poetic trends and the interaction between poetry and society throughout the Byzantine millennium; it addresses a wide range of issues concerning the writing and reading of poetry (such as style, language, metrics, function, .
The Routledge Later Latin Poetry provides English translations of the works of those poets writing in Latin between the fourth and the eighth centuries responds to the increasing interest in later Latin authors and especially the growth in courses devoted to late antiquity. Books in the series are designed to provide comprehensive coverage to support students studying later . Rare Books welcomes participants of the Nahuatl Language and Culture Program, Latin American Studies, The University of Utah.. This program is in partnership with IDIEZ (El Instituto de Docencia e Investigación Etnológica de Zacatecas, Mexico). The program offers the opportunity to study classical and modern forms of Nahuatl from beginning to advanced levels.
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A volume dedicated to studies in Latin poetry, beginning with an examination of Saturnian verse and ending with an investigation into how much Ovid actually knew of the law, and how he exploited this knowledge with piquancy and inventiveness in his : Christopher Mounsey Dawson, Thomas Cole.
Book Description In these studies of Latin poetry Niall Rudd demonstrates a variety of critical methods and approaches. He shows how it can be fruitful at different times to consider the historical background of a poem, its language or structure, its place in a literary tradition, the role of critical paradigms, and so by: This book examines the Studies in Latin poetry.
book reception of Virgil at specific moments in the past two millennia. It focuses on the emperor Augustus in the poetry of Virgil, detects in the poets and grammarians of antiquity pro- and anti-Augustan readings, studies Dryden's Royalist translation, and also naive American translation.
Get this from a library. Studies in Latin poetry. [Christopher Mounsey Dawson; Thomas Cole;] -- This volumes begins with a long essay on the nature and structure of Saturnian verse.
This is followed by two studies of Plautus (the Menaechmi seen. Get this from a library. Lines of enquiry: studies in Latin poetry. [Niall Rudd] -- This book presents a variety of different critical methods and approaches to the study of Latin poetry.
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They address works from Mexico, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Uruguay, as well as from indigenous communities found within these national.
Books shelved as latin-poetry: The Complete Poems by Catullus, Catullus Poems: A Commentary by Catullus, The Eclogues by Virgil, If Not, Winter: Fragment.
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Propertius’ Elegies show a deep and refined Hellenistic culture that seeks its roots in Etruscan and Umbrian origins, in the. Studies in Latin language and literature / Published: () Poetry and poetics from ancient Greece to the Renaissance: studies in honor of James Hutton / Published: () Quotations from classical authors in medieval Latin glossaries.
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See all. In these studies of Latin poetry Niall Rudd demonstrates a variety of critical methods and approaches. He shows how it can be fruitful at different times to consider the historical background of a poem, its language or structure, its place in a literary tradition, the role of critical paradigms, and so on.
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The Augustan age (c. 27 BCE –14 CE) was a foundational, new beginning for Latin literature, and the intensely intertextual nature of Latin poetry reveals that the Augustan poets maintained a central place in virtually all subsequent literary production.
Indeed, for generations critics have derided this intense artistic engagement with. The Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry Edited by Cecilia Vicuña and Ernesto Livon Grosman.
Here is the first anthology to present a full range of multilingual poetries from Latin America, covering over years of a poetic tradition as varied. (shelved 2 times as latin-american-studies) avg rating — 16, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
1 The most famous set of translations and commentaries are The Chinese Classics, with a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes, first published in Hong Kong between and This 8-book set comprised five volumes, the fourth being The Book of Poetry.A second edition, including a reprint of the last three volumes Cited by: 1.
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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 Namatianus in poetry all wrote with great talent.
They were written in Latin some time in the 5th century, and preserved in the Book of Armagh, dating to aroundand a number of later manuscripts.
The 6th-century saint Colum Cille is known to have written, but only one work which may be his has survived: the psalter known as the Cathach or "Book of Battles", now in the Royal Irish Academy.classical Latin poetry; if you are not familiar with the basic rules for these meters, you can find the information you need in any general Latin reference book or in your Latin textbook.
Something that may be new to you is the use of rhyme. The poets of ancient Rome did not write rhyming verse, but rhyme is a common feature of medieval Latin File Size: 1MB.Devoted to literary, philological and historical aspects of Latin poetry, this series traditionally hosts the proceedings of the biennial Propertius conferences organized by the Accademia Properziana del Subasio (Assisi, Italy), but it warmly welcomes other monographic or miscellaneous studies on Latin poetry in general.