8 edition of A literary history of the Low Countries found in the catalog.
A literary history of the Low Countries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Theo Hermans.|
|LC Classifications||PT5061 .L57 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009014516|
Narratives of Low Countries History and Culture this book seeks to demonstrate the importance of the past by investigating the transmission of culture and its transformations. It reflects on the history of historiography and looks critically at the products of the historiographic process, such as Dutch and Afrikaans literary history. This volume was the first to explore as part of an unbroken continuum the critical legacy both of the humanist rediscovery of ancient learning and of its neoclassical reformulation. Focused on what is arguably the most complex phase in the transmission of the Western literary-critical heritage, the book encompasses those issues that helped shape the way European writers thought about.
Baltic Countries - History: Books. 1 - 20 of results This introductory overview of the Low Countries’ history traces their development since Roman times, providing equal weighting to the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. (A nnual bibliography oj the history oj the printed book and libraries) contains records, selected from. ‘nationalist’ literary histories. This conference aims to bring together a number of telling examples that advocate a transnational perspective for the construction and writing of the literary history (histories?) of the Low Countries in the period We invite scholars of the periods involved to address case.
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A literary history of the Low Countries. [Theo Hermans;] -- What was the written culture behind visual artists like Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Rubens. What made the historical novel in nineteenth-century Flanders so different from its counterpart in Holland?.
The Low Countries recounts the fascinating story of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg and places them in the context of world history. It is written by Anthony Bailey, an award-winning journalist and historian who spent many years writing for The New Yorker/5(41).
The history of literature in Dutch begins with a poet who is known to us only from secondary sources, who belonged to both the pagan and Christian cultures, and who sang both psalms and epic verse. That this first-known poet from the Low Countries, Bernlef, was afflicted with blindness endows him.
The Amsterdam house where Jewish writer Etty Hillesum wrote her famous diary during WWII is in danger of being demolished. Philippe Noble, who translated her work into French, tells us why the writings she left behind are still as powerful today as they ever were.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: The Middle Ages until circa / Frits van Ostrom --The Late Middle Ages and the age of the rhetoricians, / Herman Pleij --The Dutch revolt and the golden age, / E.K.
Grootes and M.A. Schenkeveld-Van der Dussen --Literature of the. This first literary history of the Netherlands and Flanders in English since the s answers these and many other questions.
Written by a team of Dutch and Flemish subject specialists, it offers a comprehensive and authoritative account of the literature of the Dutch-speaking area from the medieval period up to the present day.
In fact, he might not even be able to figure out whether it is a thriller, literary novel or non-fiction book. A peripheral language There is a foreign curiosity to the Netherlands and Flanders, yet the current events in Washington, Moscow, and Beijing are more important in the eyes of the outside world than those in The Hague or Antwerp.
This first literary history of the Netherlands and Flanders in English since the s answers these and many other questions. Written by a team of Dutch and Flemish subject specialists, it offers a comprehensive and authoritative account of the literature of the Dutch-speaking area from the medieval period up to the present : Boydell & Brewer.
(shelved 2 times as literary-history) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The history of literature is the historical development of writings in prose or poetry that attempt to provide entertainment, enlightenment, or instruction to the reader/listener/observer, as well as the development of the literary techniques used in the communication of these pieces.
Not all writings constitute recorded materials, such as compilations of data (e.g., a check. Literature of the Low Countries: A Short History of Dutch Literature in the Netherlands and Belgium succinct and authoritative summary of the history of Scotland this book is superbly illustrated with over photographs, paintings and drawings.
This ground-breaking collection of essays presents a new 'bookish' literary history Author: Reinder Meijer. A LITERARY HISTORY OF THE LOW COUNTRIES: today. e publishers of the book under review here have chosen to ask a Reinder P. Meijer, Literature of the Low Countries: A Short History of Dutch Literature in the Netherlands and Belgium (Assen: Van Gorcum,).
List of Illustrations Preface, Jan Bloemendal, Arjan van Dixhoorn and Elsa Strietman 1. Literary Cultures and Public Opinion in the Early Modern Low Countries, Jan Bloemendal and Arjan van Dixhoorn 2. ‘You serve me well’: Representations of Gossip, Newsmongering and Public Opinion in the Plays of Cornelis Everaert, Samuel Mareel 3.
‘Please Do Not Mind the Crudeness of its Weave. This book sketches the history of Europe's Low Countries, present-day Belgium and the Netherlands. There is more than sufficient reason to put the region's history into a single narrative.
It is true that "the Low Countries" possessed clearly delineated boundaries only afterand that they constituted a single political unit for but short. The history of the Low Countries is complex and interesting. It goes from the Merovings through many centuries of foreign rule to nowadays, when the former Low Countries form a kernel of the European Union.
The book presents important facts and trends in /5(4). Here, from British historian and New Yorker senior writer Anthony Bailey is the dramatic story of the Low Countries - Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg - from the early days of nomads and barbarian invaders to the birth of towns and cities to the rise and decline of world prominence and finally to the dark and tragic days of World War II/5.
Home» Narratives of Low Countries History and Culture. Narratives of Low Countries History and Culture Reframing the Past Edited by Jane Fenoulhet and Lesley Gilbert and series edited by Ulrich Tiedau.
ISBN: such as Dutch and Afrikaans literary history. Literary Cultures And Public Opinion In The Early Modern Low Countries Book History, History, History of the Book, Book History and Cartography In the early modern Low Countries, literary culture functioned on several levels simultaneously: it provided learning, pleasure, and entertainment while also shaping public debate.
Author: Jan Bloemendal, Arjan Van Dixhoorn. History of the Low Countries, history of the Low Countries from prehistoric times to For historical purposes, the name Low Countries is generally understood to include the territory of what are today the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg as well as parts of northern France.
However, Belgium, although it was not constituted as an independent kingdom untilbecame a distinct entity. Last year, David Wallace edited Europe, A Literary History,a book that is structured through 10 sequences of places that are connected through trade, pilgrimage, etc.
and literary exchange. So far, the historiography of the literature produced in the Low .- From Pat Conroy and Dorothea Benton Frank to Mary Alice Monroe and Karen White, the people, places and history of the South Carolina Lowcountry has inspired authors for centuries.
See more ideas about Book authors, Books and South carolina pins. Brill's studies in intellectual history; v PT This collection of ten essays on literary society in the Low Countries during the Early Modern period examines the effects of a burgeoning literary culture on the formation and communication of public opinion.