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The Virgilian Tradition: Book History and the History of Reading in Early Modern Europe by Craig Kallendorf CONTENTS Preface General Studies --Philology, the Reader, and the Nachleben of Classical Texts --Marginalia and the Rise of Early Modern Subjectivity --The Rhetorical Criticism of Literature in Early Italian Humanism from Boccaccio to Landino --Virgil¿s Post-Classical Legacy Book History --Proverbs, Censors, and Schools: Neo-Latin Studies and Book History --The Virgilian Title Page as Interpretive Frame ... --The Aeneid Transformed: Illustration as Interpretation from the Renaissance to the Present --In Search of a Patron: Anguillara¿s Vernacular Virgil and the Print Culture of Renaissance Italy --In the Margins of Virgil: Venetian Renaissance Books in the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana and Their Early Readers --Cristoforo Landino, Andrea Tordi, and the Reading Practices of Renaissance Humanism Four Case Studies --Virgil, Dante, and Empire in Italian Thought, 1300-1500 --Inclyta Aeneis: A Sixteenth-Century Neo-Latin Tragicomedy --Ascensius, Landino, and Virgil: Continuity and Transformation in Renaissance Commentary --Aeneas and the New World: Stella¿s Columbeis and Virgilian Pessimism Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Virgil -- Appreciation -- Europe.
Authors and readers -- Europe -- History -- 16th century.
Books and reading -- Europe -- History -- 16th century.