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.
|Title of host publication||New Perspectives on Andrew Marvell (University of Rheims)|
|Publisher||University of Rheims|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2008|
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.