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作者 Curtius, Ernst Robert, 1886-1956, author
書名 Europäische Literatur und lateinisches Mittelalter. English
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
出版項 Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [2013]
國際標準書號 9780691157009 (paperback)
0691157006 (paperback)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 文哲所  871.9 C979    在架上    30580003039331
 歐美所圖書館2F西文書區  809.02 C947 2013    到期 07-02-20  -  30500101547746
說明 xxvi, 662 pages ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
系列 Bollingen series ; XXXVI
Bollingen series ; 36
附註 In English; translated from the German
"Paperback reissue with a new introduction by Colin Burrow, 2013"--T.p. verso. Original copyright, 1953
Includes bibliographical references (pages 599-602), excurses, appendix, and index
European literature -- The Latin middle ages : Dante and the antique poets ; Antique and modern worlds ; The middle ages ; The Latin middle ages ; Romania -- Literature and education : The liberal arts ; The concept of the artes in the middle ages ; Grammar ; Anglo-Saxon and Carolingian studies ; Curriculum authors ; The universities ; Sententiae and exempla -- Rhetoric : Position of rhetoric ; Rhetoric in antiquity ; System of antique rhetoric ; Late Roman antiquity ; Jerome ; Augustine ; Cassiodorus and Isidore ; Ars dictaminis ; Wibald of Corvey and John of Salisbury ; Rhetoric, painting, music -- Topics : Topics of consolatory oratory ; Historical topics ; Affected modesty ; Topics of the exordium ; Topics of the conclusion ; Invocation of nature ; The world upside-down ; Boy and old man ; Old woman and girl -- The goddess Natura : From Ovid to Claudian ; Bernard Silvestris ; Sodomy ; Alan of Lille ; Eros and morality ; The romance of the rose -- Metaphorics : Nautical metaphors ; Personal metaphors ; Alimentary metaphors ; Corporal metaphors ; Theatrical metaphors -- Poetry and rhetoric : Antique poetics ; Poetry and prose ; System of medieval styles ; Judicial, political, and panegyrical oratory in medieval poetry ; Inexpressibility topoi ; Outdoing ; Eulogy of contemporaries -- Heroes and rulers : Heroism ; Homeric heroes ; Virgil ; Late antiquity and the middle ages ; Praise of rulers ; Arms and studies ; Nobility of soul ; Beauty -- The ideal landscape : Exotic fauna and flora ; Greek poetry ; Virgil ; Rhetorical occasions for the description of nature ; The grove ; The pleasance ; Epic landscape -- Poetry and philosophy : Homer and allegory ; Poetry and philosophy ; Philosophy in late pagan antiquity ; Philosophy and Christianity -- Poetry and theology : Dante and Giovanni del Virgilio ; Albertino Mussato ; Dante's self-exegesis ; Petrarch and Boccaccio -- The muses -- Classicism : Genres, and catalogues of authors ; The "ancients" and the "moderns" ; Canon formation in the church ; Medieval canon ; Modern canon formation -- Mannerism : Classicism and mannerism ; Rhetoric and mannerism ; Formal mannerisms ; Recapitulation ; Epigram and the style of pointes ; Baltasar Gracian -- The book as symbol : Goethe on tropes ; Greece ; Rome ; The Bible ; Early middle ages ; High middle ages ; The book of nature ; Dante ; Shakespeare ; West and east -- Dante : Dante as a classic ; Dante and latinity ; The commedia and the literary genres ; Exemplary figures in the commedia ; The personnel of the commedia ; Myth and prophecy ; Dante and the middle ages -- Epilogue : Retrospect ; The beginnings of the vernacular literatures ; Mind and form ; Continuity ; Imitation and creation -- Excurses : Misunderstandings of antiquity in the middle ages ; Devotional formula and humility ; Grammatical and rhetorical technical terms as metaphors ; Jest and earnest in medieval literature : Late antiquity ; The church and laughter ; Jest and earnest in the eulogy of rulers ; Jest in hagiography ; Comic elements in the epic ; Kitchen humor and other ridicula. Late antique literary studies : Quintilian ; Late Roman grammar ; Macrobius. Early Christian and medieval literary studies : Jerome ; Cassiodorus ; Isidore ; Aldhelm ; Early Christian poetry ; Notker balbulus ; Aimeric ; Literary studies in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. The mode of existence of the medieval poet ; The poet's divine frenzy ; Poetry as perpetuation ; Poetry as entertainment ; Poetry and scholasticism ; The poet's pride ; Brevity as an ideal of style ; Etymology as a category of thought ; Numerical composition ; Numerical apothegms ; Mention of the author's name in medieval literature ; The "chivalric system of the virtues" ; The ape as metaphor ; Spain's cultural "belatedness" ; God as maker ; Theological art-theory in the Spanish literature of the seventeenth century ; Calderon's theory of art and the artes liberales ; Montesquieu, Ovid, and Virgil ; Diderot and Horace
主題 European literature -- History and criticism
Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism
Latin literature, Medieval and modern -- History and criticism
Alt Author Trask, Willard R. (Willard Ropes), 1900-1980, translator
Burrow, Colin
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