Renaissance Culture in Context: Theory and Practice

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Scholarly traditions of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have led us to assume that national traditions were defining in a way that they may not have been during the Renaissance, when Latin remained an international language. This collection interrogates the historical importance of national traditions, many of which depend upon geographical boundaries that took their shape only after the emergence of the nation state in the modern period. In a seminal essay on Scottish literature, R.D.S. Jack delineates the problems ...

Renaissance Culture in Context: Theory and Practice 1993, Routledge, Aldershot, England

ISBN-13: 9780859679503

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