Accessus ad auctores

studies in honor of Christopher Kleinhenz
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ACMRS, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies , Tempe, Ariz
Renaissance, Italian literature, Criticism and interpretation, History and crit
Statementedited by Fabian Alfie and Andrea Dini
SeriesMedieval and Renaissance texts and studies -- v. 397
ContributionsKleinhenz, Christopher
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LC ClassificationsPQ4004.K54 .A23 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25121707M
ISBN 139780866984454
LC Control Number2011045518

Accessus Ad Auctores Book Summary: Medieval commentaries typically included an accessus, a standardized introduction to an author or book. In the twelfth century these introductions were anthologised, referred to now as Accessus ad auctores.

They served as. Accessus ad auctores: Medieval Introductions to the Authors (Codex latinus monacensis ) (Teams/Secular Commentary) [Stephen Wheeler] on toutes-locations.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Medieval commentaries typically included an accessus, a standardized introduction to an author or book.

In the twelfth century these introductions were anthologisedAuthor: Stephen M. Wheeler. Accessus ad auctores: Medieval Introductions to the Authors.

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an accurate and comprehensive translation of the Accessus ad auctores edited by R. Huygens. As I dug into the material, however, I discovered that Huygens’s edition of the Accessus ad auctores does not represent with fidelity what is copied in the base manuscript Clm Consequently, because IAuthor: Stephen M.

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Accessus ad auctores. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Log in Register. Apr 22,  · This is the beginning of Book I, chapter 3, which does the formal “accessus” analysis of the book, listing the six key questions that needed to be assessed.

There were other ways to frame these questions, and additional issues that could be raised. But once you covered these basics, you could be said to properly understand a given work. This chapter investigates the deployment in medieval Hebrew exegetical literature of various exordial topoi (accessus ad auctores) used in high and late medieval Christian schools and universities to introduce authoritative secular and sacred texts studied therein.

As time-honored certainties concerning Hebrew scripture crumbled in the post-medieval period and as the need to probe questions of.

Medieval commentaries typically included an accessus, a standardized introduction to an author or book. In the twelfth century these introductions were anthologised, referred to now as "Accessus ad auctores".

They served as the first handbooks of literary criticism. Few scholars of the Middle Ages are as respected and admired as Christopher Kleinhenz. A professor of Italian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison sinceProfessor Kleinhenz has published numerous studies on Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, as well as the minor authors of Italian literature.

One of the results of Prof. Wheeler’s research on Ovidian reception is his recently completed book, Accessus ad auctores: Medieval Introductions to the Authors (Codex Latinus Monacensis ), which will appear at the end of in the new TEAMS Secular Commentary Series published by Medieval Institute Publications.

This medieval handbook. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Memorials of St Anselm (Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after. Bernard of Utrecht (also Bernard d'Utrecht, Latinised Bernardus Ultrajectensis) was a cleric of the late eleventh century, known for an allegorical commentary on the Eclogue of Theodulus, a standard Latin school text.

According to its modern editor R. Huyghens, in it "students of the history of medicine will find the earliest mention of autopsy, philosophers the oldest quotation from the. Dante (if one accepts his authorship of the letter) was writing in the medieval tradition of accessus ad auctores, in which the discussion of a literary work was conducted under a series of set topics—as he says earlier in the letter, "Sex igitur sunt que in principio cuiusque doctrinalis operis inquirenda sunt, videlicet subiectum, agens.

Fabian Alfie and Andrea Dini, eds., “Accessus ad auctores”: Studies in Honor of Christopher Kleinhenz. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies ) Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Pp.

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In Book IV of the Confessio, Gower uses several milestones in the history of the Latin language to show the skills and knowledge that Latin has to offer 1 Written in Latin, the accessus ad auctores functions as a critical introduction to important Latin school-texts in the Middle Ages.

Alastair Minnis identifies three types of “academicCited by: 1. Buy Accessus ad auctores. Édition critique par R. Huygens (Collection Latomus. vol. ) by Robert Burchard Constantijn Huygens (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible toutes-locations.com: Robert Burchard Constantijn Huygens.

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The article presents the role of utilitas – usefulness, one of the most important items used in the medieval accessus ad auctores. These introductions consisted of the subject matter (materia) of the book, author’s intention (intentio scribentis), the benefit to be gained by the reader (utilitas) and assigned the book its part of philosophy (cui parte philosophiae supponitur).Author: Agnieszka Maciąg.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. The second chapter deals with the medieval Latin book and, chiefly, with the genre of introduction to the recommended authors, accessus ad auctores.

This chapter shows how Dante reverses the medieval theory of authorship by writing his own comment to his own works. Using the concepts of compilatio and ordinatio in compiling the Vita Nova from already existing poetry and newly written prose, he.Oct 30,  · Part One surveys the art of poetry and prose in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, contrasting pagan and Christian teaching and authors.

Part Two examines more closely medieval pedagogy based on accessus ad auctores and the medieval poetic treatises, with special attention to Geoffrey’s Poetria nova.

Minnis, A. J., and A. B. Scott.The article presents the role of utilitas – usefulness, one of the most important items used in the medieval accessus ad auctores.

These introductions consisted of the subject matter (materia) of the book, author’s intention (intentio scribentis), the benefit to be gained by the reader (utilitas) and assigned the book its part of philosophy (cui parte philosophiae supponitur).