TITLE

The Classics in Spain: The Sixteenth versus the Seventeenth Century

AUTHOR(S)
Beardsley Jr., Theodore S.
PUB. DATE
August 1991
SOURCE
Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the chronological shifts in Spanish practices relating to the printing history of translations of the Classics from 16th to 17th centuries. It provides information on the trend of the printing statistics which reflected the reading public interest in the Classics in terms of book format.
ACCESSION #
39650259

 

Related Articles

  • Rhetoric in Medieval Catalonia: The Evidence of the Library Catalogs. Faulhaber, Charles B. // Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p92 

    A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the foundations for a study of rhetoric in medieval Spain as well as the influence in the Iberian literatures. It also describes the materials,...

  • Quevedo and the Rending of the Rocks. Davis, Elizabeth B. // Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p58 

    A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the religious poetries of Spanish poet Francisco de Quevedo including a series of five sonnets that focus on treating the mystery of the rending...

  • Ritual and Repression in Carmen Martin Gaite;s Entre visillos Roxanne B. Marcus. Marcus, Roxanne B. // Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p137 

    A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the story of the novel titled "Entre visillos," by Carmen Martín Gaite, which is set in an atmosphere of repressive and oppressive conformity....

  • Plato's Republic and Cervantes's Don Quixote: Two Critiques of the Oral Tradition. Rivers, Elias L. // Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p170 

    A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the explanation of British classicist Eric Havelock regarding the radical opposition to poetry in Plato's "Republic." It also discusses the...

  • Sermon in the Round: The Mester de Clerecia as Dramatic Art. Kinkade, Richard P. // Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p127 

    A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the historical account of liturgical drama, which it has been theorized that it was a result of the secularization of the popular drama during the...

  • Juan Manuel. Ordenamjentos Dados a la Villa de Penafiel (10 de Abril de 1345). A Reconstruction of the Manuscript Text with an Introduction and Annotated English Translation. Snow, Joseph Thomas // Hispanic Review;Autumn1997, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p449 

    Reviews the book "Juan Manuel. Ordenamjentos Dados a la Villa de Penafiel (10 de Abril de 1345). A Reconstruction of the Manuscript Text with an Introduction and Annotated English Translation," by Richard P. Kinkade.

  • FROM NORMS TO MACRO-NORMS? The Translation of Classics seen in a Global, Diachronic Framework. MORINI, MASSIMILIANO // Lingue e Linguaggi;2014, Vol. 11, p177 

    Recently, Descriptive Translation Studies has been busying itself with single case studies rather than general surveys, with individual translations rather than normative tendencies. Ostensibly, this has been done in an attempt at avoiding the pitfalls of excessive 'globalism', and in order to...

  • Iconography in Medieval Spanish Literature. Seniff, Dennis P. // Speculum;Jan1986, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p163 

    Reviews the book "Iconography in Medieval Spanish Literature," by John E. Keller and Richard P. Kinkade.

  • Homer for Moderns.  // Time;6/2/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 22, p45 

    The article reveals how William H. D. Rouse breathed life back in the teaching of literary classics, making him Great Britain's most controversial translator responsible for the boom in Homer's "Iliad" and "Odyssey." His translations continue to be famous after his death in 1950 with versions of...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics