Description - Comparative Criticism: Volume 23, Humanist Traditions in the Twentieth Century by Elinor S. Shaffer
Comparative Criticism addresses itself to questions of literary theory and criticism. The new volume looks at the humanist tradition in the twentieth century. Articles include: James Hankins on two twentieth century interpreters of Renaissance Humanism; Jill Kraye on Lorenzo Valla; Erika Rummel on Erasmus; Bernhard Fabian on the book in the totalitarian context; Iain Boyd Whyte on the architectural projects of Hitler's Berlin; Tim Benton on Mussolini's Rome; Stephen Bann on psychoanalysis and humanism; Heinrich Dilly, Ernst Osterkamp, and Christopher Green on art history. Reviews include Anthony Levi on the new Harvard I Tatti series of Renaissance texts and translations. The winning entries in the 1999-2000 BCLA/BCLT translation competition are also published.
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