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eBook Practising Translation in Renaissance France: The Example of Ètienne Dolet (Oxford Modern Languages and Literature Monographs) ePub

by Valerie Worth

  • ISBN: 0198158181
  • Category: World Literature
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Valerie Worth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (February 16, 1989)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1291 kb
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Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988, xiv + 242 pp. Pauline M. Smith (a1).

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988, xiv + 242 pp. Department of FrenchUniversity of Hull. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 10 October 2008. Export citation Request permission.

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Practising Translation in Renaissance France : The Example of ?tienne Dolet. Translation was one important aspect of the concept of imitatio-the imitation of classical models-which dominated the literary scene in Renaissance France

Practising Translation in Renaissance France : The Example of ?tienne Dolet. Translation was one important aspect of the concept of imitatio-the imitation of classical models-which dominated the literary scene in Renaissance France.

Italy gave it birth, and it gradually spread beyond the Alps into Germany, France and England. The study of the works of the ancient philosophers, artists and writers helped people to widen their outlook, to know the world and man& nature

The Renaissance was not only an English but a European phenomenon; and basically . Both the sonnet and blank verse were later to be practised by a vast number of the best English poets. According to David Daiches.

The Renaissance was not only an English but a European phenomenon; and basically considered, it signalised a thorough substitution of the medieval habits of thought by new attitudes. The dawn of the Renaissance came first to Italy and a little later to France. To England it came much later, roughly about the beginning of the sixteenth century. Naturally enough, the first impact of the Renaissance in England was registered by the universities, being the repositories of all learning.

The English Renaissance is different from the Italian Renaissance in several ways. The dominant art forms of the English Renaissance were literature and music. Visual arts in the English Renaissance were much less significant than in the Italian Renaissance. Criticism of the idea of the English Renaissance. Edward Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury, circa 1610-14.

English Renaissance Literature Characteristics - Writers, Reforms in the Institutions, Dominance of Reason . The term Renaissance means Rebirth. The movement had its origin in Italy and it gradually spread throughout Europe.

English Renaissance Literature Characteristics - Writers, Reforms in the Institutions, Dominance of Reason, Man-Centred Society, Development of Science, Era of Renowned Names, Counter-Reformation. The movement had significant influence over the English Literature. After the end of the War of the Roses (1453-87), Tudor Dynasty came to power in England. Henry VIII was the ruler of English from 1509-1547. He desired to annul his first marriage as he had no heir from his wife.

Translation was one important aspect of the concept of imitatio--the imitation of classical models--which dominated the literary scene in Renaissance France. This first study of the practice, as opposed to the theory, of translation among French writers looks at the work and example of the humanist scholar and publisher Ètienne Dolet (1509-46), who was eventually executed for heterodoxy. Worth traces translation's relation to the intellectual and political controversies of the time, making an original and significant contribution to 16th-century French studies.