Illinois Classical Studies 09 (2) 1984


Edited by J.K. Newman.

The complete text of Illinois Classical Studies v.9, no.2 Fall 1984 (Literae Humaniores: Classical Themes in Renaissance Guise) is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:

1. Preface - J.K. Newman
2. Roman Jokes and the Renaissance Prince, 1455- 1528 - Barbara C. Bowen
3. Botticelli's Hypnerotomachia in the National Gallery, London: A Problem of the Use of Classical Sources in Renaissance Art - Paul Holberton
4. Platonic and Pauline Ideals in Comic Dress: "Comment on Vestit Gargantua" - Florence M. Weinberg
5. From History to Chronicle: Rabelais Rewriting Herodotus - H.H. Glidden
6. Medea and Imitation in the French Renaissance - Donald Stone, Jr.
7. Thomas Stanley's Aeschylus: Renaissance Practical Criticism of Greek Tragedy - Margaret Arnold
8. Myrrha's Revenge: Ovid and Shakespeare's Reluctant Adonis - Karen Newman
9. Ovidian Pictures and "The Rules and Compasses" of Criticism - Judith Dundas
10. Senecan Tragedy and the Renaissance - Gordon Braden, University Of Virginia
11. Altered States: Ovid's Metamorphoses and Shakespeare's Dramatic Genres - Cyrus Hoy
12. Small Latine and Lesse Greeke? Shakespeare and the Classical Tradition - J.K. Newman

Illinois Classical Studies (ISSN: 0363-1923) is an edited journal published out of the Department of Classics of the University of Illinois. Illinois Classical Studies represents traditional Classical Philology in the broadest and most inclusive sense. All but the most current five years of ICS are openly available in IDEALS.

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