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The Renaissance reform of the book and Britain : the English quattrocento

David Rundle

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タイトル The Renaissance reform of the book and Britain : the English quattrocento
著者 David Rundle
シリーズ名 Cambridge studies in palaeography and codicology
出版地(国名コード) GB
出版地Cambridge, United Kingdom
出版社Cambridge University Press
出版地New York, NY, USA
出版社Cambridge University Press
出版年月日等 2019
大きさ、容量等 xxii, 340 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
注記 表現種別 : text
注記 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
ISBN 9781107193437
LC番号 2018052248
部分タイトル Introduction the revival of letters and the uses of palaeography -- The eloquent page : humanism and script, humanism and England -- Humanist script in England : the first ten years -- British barbarians in Italy and Scotland's first humanist -- The Dutch connexion : the significance of Low Countries scribes from Theoderic Werken to Pieter Meghen -- The Butcher of England and the learning of Italy : John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester and the 'pupils of Guarino' -- The victory of Italic in diplomatic correspondence -- Conclusion : beyond humanism, beyond words -- Bibliography
出版年(W3CDTF) 2019
件名(キーワード) Writing--Great Britain--History--To 1500
件名(キーワード) Books and reading--Great Britain--History--To 1500
件名(キーワード) Written communication--Great Britain--History--To 1500
件名(キーワード) Scribes--Great Britain
件名(キーワード) Paleography
件名(キーワード) Renaissance--Great Britain
件名(キーワード) Humanism--Great Britain--History--To 1500
NDLC UM21
LCC Z106.5.G7
DDC 091.0941
要約・抄録 "In the panoramic sweep of The History of Great Britain by the Edinburgh minister, Robert Henry (1718-1790), the fifteenth century was an unlovely low-point, an age with a total want of taste. He was not unaware that this was also the time of 'the first restorers of useful and polite learning in the western world' but they were in a distant land: 'that new and better taste in the study of letters, which had so long prevailed in Italy, was little known or regarded in Britain till the beginning of the sixteenth century'. These tardy apish peoples had not yet roused themselves even to base imitation. Robert Henry was admired by David Hume but so abused by some reviewers that his fate can even now make an author shudder for fear of the reception their offerings might suffer. In those diatribes, however, no issue was taken with Henry's description of fifteenth-century culture. Moreover, whatever its perceived faults, Henry's monumental work proved influential. True, he is rarely cited now but some of the assumptions in the passages just quoted still popularly pertain. None might speak in terms of darkness or, indeed, of taste; hyperbole about 'an illiterate age' is no longer accepted style, and all would refer to what was happening in Italy as Renaissance humanism (two words invented since Henry's day). Despite those differences, few would query his chronology of British engagement with humanism -- but we should. As is made clear in Chapter I, since at least the 1940s, scholars have been unearthing and interpreting examples of fifteenth-century interest in the activities of the Italian humanists. This monograph is indebted to that work and builds on it"--
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言語(ISO639-2形式) eng : English

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