This quantity offers with the query of the continuity of Latin literature all through its background. For the 1st time, contributions are introduced jointly from all the 3 fields in the reports of Latin literature: Classical, Medieval and Neo-Latin, reflecting on difficulties similar to the transmission of the Latin historical past, the construction and perpetuation of a classical normativeness and the reactions opposed to it. The e-book is split into 3 components, similar to the theoretical precept of natural improvement: Beginnings?, Perfections?, Transitions?, therefore wondering the validity of an identical evolutionistic version. due to the a number of issues of touch among Latin and the nationwide literatures, the quantity is of specific relevance for the experiences of the ecu literary heritage. participants contain: Davide Canfora, Perrine Galand-Hallyn, Sander Goldberg, Thomas Haye, Marc van der Poel, Michael Roberts, Francesco Stella, Wim Verbaal, Gregor Vogt-Spira, and Jan Ziolkowski."
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