Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles

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Catalogue Number: 226-89LT

Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • ISBN: 9781780930145
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  • Total Pages: 240
  • Genre: Poetry anthologies (various poets)

Synopsis

Investigation of the Latin poetry produced by British poets from the sixteenth century onwards affords an indispensible insight into a dominant strand in the intellectual, cultural and educational life of the British Isles during this period. At this time, the composition of Latin poetry was a regular feature of school curricula and a popular leisure-time activity of the educated elite. Such examination also sheds light on the poetic principles and practice of major British poets (such as Campion, Cowley, Herbert and Milton) who penned a large quantity of neo-Latin verse in addition to their better-known vernacular works. Contributors Ceri Davies, Swansea University; Roger P.H. Green, University of Glasgow; Philip Hardie, University of Cambridge; Jason Harris, University College Cork; Stephen Harrison, University of Oxford; L.B.T. Houghton, University of Glasgow; Sarah Knight, University of Leicester; Gesine Manuwald, University College London; David Money, University of Cambridge; Victoria Moul, King's College London; Niall Rudd, University of Liverpool; Keith Sidwell, University of Calgary; Andrew Taylor, University of Cambridge; Angus Vine, University of Stirling.

Author's Biography

Luke Houghton is Lecturer in Classics at the University of Glasgow, UK. Gesine Manuwald is Professor of Latin at University College London, UK.

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