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The Renaissance, both as a concept and a period, continues to generate lively controversy not only among academics but also among the general public. Ever since the publication. After a general introduction to the notion of court patronage, this book examines the phenomenon in detail through case studies of artists and musicians working in Milan under the Sforza (Leonardo, Filarete, and Josquin Desprez) and in Florence under the Medici. Later chapters show how humanist ideas were imported from the Continent to Britain, where they were absorbed and ultimately metamorphosed into the. glories of Tudor and Stuart poetry and drama. Series: Renaissance in Europe series.
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Home All Categories History Books Renaissance Books Courts, Patrons and Poets: The Renaissance in Europe: A Cultural Enquiry, Volume 2 (Renaissance in Europe series). ISBN13: 9780300082197. Courts, Patrons and Poets : A Cultural Enquiry. Part of the The Renaissance in Europe Series).
The Renaissance in Europe: A Cultural Enquiry in the United Kingdoms Open University. This volume examines the place of the Renaissance in Western civilization by pre- aenting key scholarly readings (generally stripped of all but the most essential acadern- i c apparatus), many of which of course respond to Jacob Burckhardts The CivilizLi- /ion oftlze Kenaissance in Itii1. y ( I S60), which especially explored the late medieval/early inodern turn to the self and. secular tenden- cies.
Book: The Renaissance in Europe: a Cultural Enquiry. The Renaissance in Europe is an ambitious enterprise. Throughout The Renaissance in Europe, the different authors make a point of discussing new approaches to the subject, noting for example how the Renaissance affected everyday life (one section is entitled & forks and fireworks'). To keep the balance, they also devote a good deal of space to more traditional views of the movement.
Courts, Patrons and Poets by David Mateer. 2. Challenges to Authority by Peter Elmer. Same series: Renaissance Florence: The Invention of a New Art (Perspectives Series) (Everyman Art Library). Palgrave Advances in Renaissance Historiography by Jonathan Woolfson (2005). Siena, Florence, and Padua: Art, Society, and Religion 1280-1400, Volume I: Interpretive Essays by Diana Norman (1995). Same series: Siena, Florence, and Padua: Art, Society, and Religion 1280-1400: Volume II: Case Studies (Siena, Florence, and Padua: Art, Society, and Religion 1280-1400). A series of five books that comprise a discontinued final-year Open University undergraduate course (Module AA305 The Renaissance in Europe: A Cultural Enquity). The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field.
An essential reference for any student of the Renaissance, this book is a collection of readings on one of the most fascinating periods of Western development. Users who liked this book, also liked. Handbook to Life in Renaissance Europe (English).
The Renaissance in Europe. Any new evaluation of the historical significance of the Renaissance requires attention to these kinds of primary evidence. This anthology responds to the impetus with an important collection of primary sources, selected to reflect the richness and wide variety of Renaissance studies. The original texts are arranged thematically, and each is introduced by a brief headnote describing the author and the source. Sections of the volume are devoted to humanism and its impact on music, philosophy, and politics; Renaissance court culture; poetry and drama in Renaissance Britain; the Reformation; and.