By Andrew Galloway,R.F. Yeager
As scholars and students of Boccaccio, Chaucer, and Dante recognize, past due medieval writers have been encouraged tremendously through the paintings of co-workers that crossed historic, nationwide, cultural, linguistic barriers. Through a Classical Eye includes excellent essays that show quite a number suggestions for venture transcultural and transhistorical stories of the past due medieval interval, and examines medieval literature and tradition the place English, Italian, and Latin fabrics overlap.
Written in honour of the groundbreaking contributions that Winthrop Wetherbee made to this becoming region of research, the volume's members strengthen his legacy and upload to the burgeoning curiosity in surroundings medieval literary stories into large highbrow and historic horizons. Divided into 3 illuminating sections on Medieval Latin authorship, Italy and the area, and England and past, and together with a private memory of Wetherbee through the famous novelist Robert Morgan, Through a Classical Eye is a phenomenal assortment that offers key insights into medieval literature and culture.
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