The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin

Thirty-five essays documenting the appearances, contexts, and tensions with the vernacular languages, of Latin from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century: arranged geographically (11 essays, from Brazil to Asia and all over Europe), by cultural contexts (11, including social status, gender, political action) and by language and genre (13, including narrative poetry, lyric poetry, tragedy, oratory); 600+pp.

Publisher: Oxford University Press. First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: New York
Fine in dustwrapper.


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