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Sammelwerk  Allusions and reflections: Greek and Roman mythology in Renaissance Europe
Wåghäll-Nivre, Elisabeth [Hrsg.]. - Newcastle-upon-Tyne (2015)


Sprache: Englisch
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Double Aphrodite and Her Reflections in Renaissance Philosophy
Aasdalen, Unn Irene. • S. 7-26

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Santo Pan
Brummer, Hans Henrik. • S. 27-44

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From Myth To Theory: Names, Numbers and Functions of the Muses from Mediaeval Mythography to Renaissance Neoplatonism
Chevrolet, Teresa. • S. 45-76

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Creating Mythological Space: Some Aspects of the Meaning of Tapestries at the Swedish Court during the Renaissance
Laine, Merit. • S. 77-94

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Homer the Philosopher
Sellberg, Erland. • S. 95-104

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Re-Configuring Classical Myth in Early-Mordern England: Orpheus as a "Tutelary Deity" of Poetry and Civilization
Locatelli, Angela. • S. 105-122

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From Icarus to Phaethon: Shakespeare and the Disobedient Sons
Chiari, Sophie. • S. 123-136

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Marlowe's Actaeon: Syncretism on the Elizabethan Stage
Eriksen, Roy. • S. 137-148

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"What Venus Did with Mars": Antony and Cleopatra and Erotic Mythology
Laroque, François. • S. 149-158

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"A serpent to be gazed upon": A Taxonomy of Pride and Humility in Ovid and Milton
Lynch, Matthew T.. • S. 159-170

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Satire, Satyrs, and Early Modern Masculinities in John Marston's The Scourge of Villanie
Sivefors, Per. • S. 171-188

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Functions of Mythological References in Rabelais' Pantagruel
Millet, Olivier. • S. 189-206

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Mythologies of War and Peace in Malherbe's and Aubignè's Poetry
Aukrust, KjerstinMo, Gro Bjornerud. • S. 207-222

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Under the Spell of Saturn: Myth and Inspiration in French Renaissance Poetry
Carlstedt, Anna. • S. 223-240

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From Mythological Events to Historical Evidence: A Study of Les Illustrations de Gaule et singularitez de Troye by Lemaire de Belges
Desbois-Ientile, Adeline. • S. 241-256

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Polyphony of Love in the Heptaméron
Franzén, Carin. • S. 257-270

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A French 16th-Century Edition of Virgil's Aeneid: Hélisenne de Crenne's Version of the First Four Books
Ehrling, SaraKarlsson, Britt-Marie. • S. 271-288

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Timeless Galleries and Poetic Visions in Rome 1500-1540
Cannata, Nadia. • S. 289-308

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A Farewell to Arcadia: Marcantonio Flaminio from Poetry to Faith
Ferroni, Giovanni. • S. 309-324

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Hero and Leander in Various Attires: Configuration of Desire in the Mythological Poetry of Francisco de Quevedo
Kluge, Sofie. • S. 325-346

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"Dii veteres fugere, novis altaria lucent ignibus": Classical Mythology in the Religious Poetry of Battista Mantovano and Jacopo Sannazaro
Marsico, Clementina. • S. 347-362

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Proteus and the Pursuit of Cupid: The Final Poem of Nicolas Brizard's Metamorphoses Amoris (1556)
Nassichuk, John. • S. 363-380

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Jan Kochanowski's Piesni: A Polish Transformation of Ancient Myths
Burghardt, Anja. • S. 395-408

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Mythology: A Sign of Real Poetry?
Hansson, Stina. • S. 409-418

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Hans Sachs and the Integration of the Muses into German Language and Literature
Kipf, Klaus. • S. 419-438

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From Aesop to Owlglass: The Transformation of Knowledge in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Trickster-Biographies
Scheuer, Hans Jürgen. • S. 439-452

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Myths of the Inventor: Inventing Myths in the Literary Concept of the Artistic Ingenium in Germany and Italy (1500-1550)
Schulz, Ronny F.. • S. 453-464

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Reconfigurations of Mythology in Sixteenth-Century Lutheran Collections of Aesopic Fables
Zillén, Erik. • S. 465-480