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The Resource European literary careers : the author from antiquity to the Renaissance, edited by Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas, (electronic resource)

European literary careers : the author from antiquity to the Renaissance, edited by Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas, (electronic resource)

Label
European literary careers : the author from antiquity to the Renaissance
Title
European literary careers
Title remainder
the author from antiquity to the Renaissance
Statement of responsibility
edited by Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
PUL
Dewey number
809/.894
LC call number
PN501
LC item number
.E86 2002
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  • 1949-
  • 1945-
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  • Cheney, Patrick
  • De Armas, Frederick A.
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  • European literature
  • Classical literature
Label
European literary careers : the author from antiquity to the Renaissance, edited by Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-361)
Contents
  • Introduction: 'Jog on, jog on", European career paths / Patrick Cheney -- Greek lives and Roman careers in the classical Vita tradition / Joseph Farrell -- From Cursus to Ductus: figures of writing in western late antiquity (Augustine, Jerome, Cassiodorus, Bede) / Mark Vessey -- Medieval literary careers: the Theban track / Robert R. Edwards -- Authority and influence - vocation and anxiety: the sense of a literary career in the sentimental novel and Celestina / James F. Burke -- Versions of a career: Petrarch and his Renaissance commentators / William J. Kennedy -- Judging a literary career: the case of Antonio de Guevara (1480?-1545) / Kathleen Bollard de Broce -- Arms versus letters: the poetics of war and the career of the poet in early modern Spain / Anne J. Cruz -- Divine poetry as a career move: the complexities and consolations of following David / Anne Lake Prescott -- 'Novells of his devise': Chaucerian and Virgilian career paths in Spenser's Februarie eclogue / Patrick Cheney -- Cervantes and the Virgilian wheel: the portrayal of a literary career / Frederick A. de Armas -- Epic violence: captives, Moriscos, and empire in Cervantes / Álvaro Molina -- Renaissance Englishwomen and the literary career / Susanne Woods ... [et al.]
  • Introduction: 'Jog on, jog on", European career paths / Patrick Cheney -- Greek lives and Roman careers in the classical Vita tradition / Joseph Farrell -- From Cursus to Ductus: figures of writing in western late antiquity (Augustine, Jerome, Cassiodorus, Bede) / Mark Vessey -- Medieval literary careers: the Theban track / Robert R. Edwards -- Authority and influence - vocation and anxiety: the sense of a literary career in the sentimental novel and Celestina / James F. Burke -- Versions of a career: Petrarch and his Renaissance commentators / William J. Kennedy -- Judging a literary career: the case of Antonio de Guevara (1480?-1545) / Kathleen Bollard de Broce -- Arms versus letters: the poetics of war and the career of the poet in early modern Spain / Anne J. Cruz -- Divine poetry as a career move: the complexities and consolations of following David / Anne Lake Prescott -- 'Novells of his devise': Chaucerian and Virgilian career paths in Spenser's Februarie eclogue / Patrick Cheney -- Cervantes and the Virgilian wheel: the portrayal of a literary career / Frederick A. de Armas -- Epic violence: captives, Moriscos, and empire in Cervantes / Álvaro Molina -- Renaissance Englishwomen and the literary career / Susanne Woods ... [et al.]
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000376190
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780802047793
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003276712
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000376190
Label
European literary careers : the author from antiquity to the Renaissance, edited by Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-361)
Contents
  • Introduction: 'Jog on, jog on", European career paths / Patrick Cheney -- Greek lives and Roman careers in the classical Vita tradition / Joseph Farrell -- From Cursus to Ductus: figures of writing in western late antiquity (Augustine, Jerome, Cassiodorus, Bede) / Mark Vessey -- Medieval literary careers: the Theban track / Robert R. Edwards -- Authority and influence - vocation and anxiety: the sense of a literary career in the sentimental novel and Celestina / James F. Burke -- Versions of a career: Petrarch and his Renaissance commentators / William J. Kennedy -- Judging a literary career: the case of Antonio de Guevara (1480?-1545) / Kathleen Bollard de Broce -- Arms versus letters: the poetics of war and the career of the poet in early modern Spain / Anne J. Cruz -- Divine poetry as a career move: the complexities and consolations of following David / Anne Lake Prescott -- 'Novells of his devise': Chaucerian and Virgilian career paths in Spenser's Februarie eclogue / Patrick Cheney -- Cervantes and the Virgilian wheel: the portrayal of a literary career / Frederick A. de Armas -- Epic violence: captives, Moriscos, and empire in Cervantes / Álvaro Molina -- Renaissance Englishwomen and the literary career / Susanne Woods ... [et al.]
  • Introduction: 'Jog on, jog on", European career paths / Patrick Cheney -- Greek lives and Roman careers in the classical Vita tradition / Joseph Farrell -- From Cursus to Ductus: figures of writing in western late antiquity (Augustine, Jerome, Cassiodorus, Bede) / Mark Vessey -- Medieval literary careers: the Theban track / Robert R. Edwards -- Authority and influence - vocation and anxiety: the sense of a literary career in the sentimental novel and Celestina / James F. Burke -- Versions of a career: Petrarch and his Renaissance commentators / William J. Kennedy -- Judging a literary career: the case of Antonio de Guevara (1480?-1545) / Kathleen Bollard de Broce -- Arms versus letters: the poetics of war and the career of the poet in early modern Spain / Anne J. Cruz -- Divine poetry as a career move: the complexities and consolations of following David / Anne Lake Prescott -- 'Novells of his devise': Chaucerian and Virgilian career paths in Spenser's Februarie eclogue / Patrick Cheney -- Cervantes and the Virgilian wheel: the portrayal of a literary career / Frederick A. de Armas -- Epic violence: captives, Moriscos, and empire in Cervantes / Álvaro Molina -- Renaissance Englishwomen and the literary career / Susanne Woods ... [et al.]
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000376190
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780802047793
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003276712
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000376190

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