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David Bowie: Live in New York
     

David Bowie: Live in New York

by Myriam Santos-Kayda, David Bowie
 

Preface
Notes on the Editors
List of Contributors

PART I. INTRODUCTION
1. The Burden of the Past: By Way of Introduction, Wim Verbaal

PART II. BEGINNINGS?
2. Antiquity’s Antiquity, Sander M. Goldberg
3. Intercultural Imitation in Christian Latin Poetry as a Way to the Medieval Poetics of Alterity, Francesco Stella
4. Linguistic Unity

Overview

Preface
Notes on the Editors
List of Contributors

PART I. INTRODUCTION
1. The Burden of the Past: By Way of Introduction, Wim Verbaal

PART II. BEGINNINGS?
2. Antiquity’s Antiquity, Sander M. Goldberg
3. Intercultural Imitation in Christian Latin Poetry as a Way to the Medieval Poetics of Alterity, Francesco Stella
4. Linguistic Unity and Variety of Styles: The Latin of Poggio Bracciolini, Davide Canfora

PART III. PERFECTIONS?
5. ‘The Classics’ as Potential for the Future: The ‘High Period’ of Ancient Latin Literature, Gregor Vogt-Spira
6. Mastering Authors and Authorizing Masters in the Long Twelfth Century, Jan M. Ziolkowski
7. Humanist Rhetoric in the Renaissance: Classical Mastery?, Marc van der Poel

PART IV. TRANSITIONS?
8. Bringing Up The Rear: Continuity and Change in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Michael Roberts
9. The Latin Literature of the Late Middle Ages: Constructions of a Period, Thomas Haye
10. “Posteriores sed non deteriores”: The Humanist Perspective on Latin Literature at the End of the Quattrocento and its Repercussions in the French Renaissance, Perrine Galand-Hallyn

Index Nominum

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781576871812
Publisher:
powerHouse Books
Publication date:
10/28/2003
Edition description:
1ST
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.50(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Myriam Santos-Kayda, acclaimed portrait photographer for the music industry, has captured David Bowie in rehearsal, in the dressing room, onstage and backstage, alone and hanging out with his band. Bowie, one of rock’s most influential and enduring figures, reveals his complexity, humor, grace, and rigor as an artist and performer.

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