|Author:||Ian Michael,Professor Richard Cardwell|
|Language:||Catalan English Spanish|
|Publisher:||Dolphin Book Co (Tredwr) Ltd (June 1986)|
|Category:||Fiction and Literature|
|Other formats:||azw doc lrf lrf|
English, Spanish, Catalan. Publisher Dolphin Book Co (Tredwr) Ltd. Publication City/Country Ceredigion, United Kingdom.
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General Note: English, Spanish, and Catalan. Personal Name: Tate, Robert Brian. Rubrics: Spanish literature To 1500 History and criticism Spanish literature Classical period, 1500-1700 Renaissance Spain. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
On Fifteenth-Century Spanish Vernacular Humanism" in Ian Michael and Richard A. Cardwell (ed., Medieval and Renaissance studies in honour of Robert Brian Tate (Oxford: Dolphin, 1986). Francisco de Vitoria: political writings, ed. and translated with Anthony Pagden (Cambridge University Press, 1991). The Middle Indies: Damião de Góis on Preseter John and the Ethiopians" in Renaissance Studies 6 (1992). Alfonso de Palencia: Gesta Hispaniensia, ed. and translated with Brian Tate, vol. 1 (1998), vol. 2 (1999).
The journal publishes articles on scholarly and pedagogical topics.
Ian Michael and Richard A. Cardwell (Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Honour of Robert Brian Tate, Oxford, 1986)
Although Brian Tate was a highly accomplished expert in Hispanic studies in their broadest sense, he was especially interested in Spanish history as well as in medieval and early modern Spanish historiography.
Medieval and Renaissance studies in honour of Robert Brian Tate. Criticism and interpretation, History, History and criticism, Modernism (Literature), Spanish literature, Appreciation, Civilization, Medieval, in literature, English influences, European literature, Influence, Relations, Renaissance, Spanish American literature. Spain, Castile (Spain), Europe, Great Britain.
This book forms a major contribution to the discussion on fate, providence and .
This book forms a major contribution to the discussion on fate, providence and moral responsibility in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Early Modern times. 20. édition D’un fragment contre les astronomes, contenant une contribution à la théorie des quatre humeurs et des tempéraments.
Series: MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE TEXTS AND STUDIES (Book 57). Hardcover: 507 pages. The many readers of Robert Burton's seventeenth-century masterpiece "The Anatomy of Melancholy" had already encountered frequent citations of "Ficinus" on melancholy, its causes and cure. Any attempt to find an English translation, or even a good text of the Latin original, however, came up with nothing. For a moment it seemed that Charles Boer had provided one with "The Book of Life," originally published in 1980, and currently in print.
The English Face of Machiavelli, London. Rabil Jr, Albert (1991).
Ironia: Medieval and Renaissance Ideas on Irony, Leiden. Kohl, Benjamin (1975). Kohl, Benjamin(1983). On Fifteenth-Century Spanish Humanism’ in Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Honour of Robert Brian Tate, eds. Michael, I. and Cardwell, . Oxford, pp. 63–87. Les Angevins de Naples, Paris. The English Face of Machiavelli, London. Philadelphia, P. vol. I, pp. 235–63.