The Poets Tongues: Multilingualism in Literature: The de Carle Lectures at the University of Otago 1968

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In this study of poetry written in languages other than the poet's native tongue Professor Forster begins with a general survey of multilingualism and its effects on literature. This is followed by a survey of medieval examples, with the main emphasis on Latin as lingua franca and language of scholarship. In the nineteenth century the concept of language as a function of nationality arose and 'language-loyalty' came to play an important part. With Dadaism and Surrealism language once again became simply material with which the poet worked and in principle any language was as good as another. Professor Forster examines with particular attention works by Milton, Stefan George, Rilke, T. S. Eliot and James Joyce. His discussion leads to more general questions of the relationship between the poet and his medium.

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In this study of poetry written in languages other than the poet's native tongue Professor Forster begins with a general survey of multilingualism and its effects on literature. This is followed by a survey of medieval examples, with the main emphasis on Latin as lingua franca and language of scholarship.

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Preface; 1. General introduction; 2. Middle Ages and Renaissance; 3. Renaissance and Baroque; 4. Stefan George and R. M. Rilke; 5. James Joyce, Dadaism, Surrealism and after; Acknowledgements.

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Descrizione libro Cambridge University Press, 2010. Softcover. Condizione libro: New. First edition. In this study of poetry written in languages other than the poet`s native tongue Professor Forster begins with a general survey of multilingualism and its effects on literature. This is followed by a survey of medieval examples, with the main emphasis on Latin as lingua franca and language of scholarship. In the nineteenth century the concept of language as a function of nationality arose and `language-loyalty` came to play an important part. With Dadaism and Surrealism language once again became simply material with which the poet worked and in principle any language was as good as another. Professor Forster examines with particular attention works by Milton, Stefan George, Rilke, T. S. Eliot and James Joyce. His discussion leads to more general questions of the relationship between the poet and his medium. Printed Pages: 116. Codice libro della libreria 3092

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Descrizione libro Cambridge University Press, 2010. Softcover. Condizione libro: New. First edition. In this study of poetry written in languages other than the poet`s native tongue Professor Forster begins with a general survey of multilingualism and its effects on literature. This is followed by a survey of medieval examples, with the main emphasis on Latin as lingua franca and language of scholarship. In the nineteenth century the concept of language as a function of nationality arose and `language-loyalty` came to play an important part. With Dadaism and Surrealism language once again became simply material with which the poet worked and in principle any language was as good as another. Professor Forster examines with particular attention works by Milton, Stefan George, Rilke, T. S. Eliot and James Joyce. His discussion leads to more general questions of the relationship between the poet and his medium. Printed Pages: 116. Codice libro della libreria 3092

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