By Alison Frazier, Patrick Nold
Essays in Renaissance concept and Letters is a quantity devoted to John Monfasani, popular pupil of Latin and Greek rhetoric and philosophy. those essays diversity from Antiquity to the Enlightenment, in style from realized notes to editiones principes, and in self-discipline from highbrow to socio-economic heritage. An creation to Monfasani's existence and works, and an inventory of his opera open the amount. members comprise Michael J.B. Allen, Sandor Bene, Concetta Bianca, Robert Black, Christopher Celenza, Brian Copenhaver, John Demetracopoulos, James Hankins, Martin Hinterberger, Thomas Izbicki, David Jacoby, Peter Mack, Lodi Nauta, David Rundle, David Rutherford, Chris Schabel, April Shelford, and Thomas M. Ward.
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