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Poetic Genres—The Cento: Theory

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ A cento is a text that is wholly composed of passages taken from other (often canonical) texts to form a new, continuous message. Some centos will explicitly mention (part of) their sources, while ot…

Neo-Latin Literature—The Low Countries

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ The term ‘Low Countries’ represents several regions rather than one homogeneous country, which include current Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg, and parts of Northern France and Western Germany. T…

Neo-Latin and the Vernacular: Methodological Issues

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ This chapter was conceived within the context of the NWO-project Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular. The Role of Self-Representation, Self-Presentation and Imaging in the Field of Cultural Transmission, …

School Colloquia

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ The school colloquium is a subgenre of the Renaissance dialogue. In humanist times the dialogue genre—which more or less starts with Petrarch’s De remediis utriusque fortunae (1366)—brought forth works of two different kinds…

Editing Neo-Latin Texts: Editorial Principles; Spelling and Punctuation

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ The edition of Neo-Latin texts is a precarious and much debated enterprise. All things considered, there is little use in prescribing rigid norms or standards. Editorial principles and practises may—…

Neo-Latin and Vernacular Influences in Prose Writing

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Author(s): Deneire, Tom
¶ The history of Neo-Latin prose style basically reads as a debate between Ciceronianism and Anti-Ciceronianism, from the Ciceronian controversies of Quattrocento Italy, to the complicated seventeenth-…