'From Neo-Latin to Vernacular: Marvell's Bilingualism and Renaissance Pedagogy'

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Abstract

This chapter contextualises Marvell's Latin poetry in relation to seventeenth-century pedagogical theory and practice, with particular focus on bilingual textbooks, double translation methodology, and etymological alertness. An analysis of several Marvellian case-studies serves to highlight the influence of pedagogical bilingualism upon his poetic creativity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Perspectives on Andrew Marvell (University of Rheims)
EditorsGilles Sambras
PublisherUniversity of Rheims
Pages43-64
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9782915271218
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2008

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    Haan, E. (2008). 'From Neo-Latin to Vernacular: Marvell's Bilingualism and Renaissance Pedagogy'. In G. Sambras (Ed.), New Perspectives on Andrew Marvell (University of Rheims) (pp. 43-64). University of Rheims.