TEORIAS DE LA IMITACION EN LOS TRATADOS RETORICOS ESPANOLES DEL SIGLO XVI. EDICION Y TRADUCCION DEL DIALOGO "DE IMITATIONE" DE SEBASTIAN FOX MORCILLO (SPANISH TEXT, FOX MORCILLO SEBASTIAN, RENAISSANCE).

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The University Of Michigan, 1992 - 478 pages
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The study of the theoretical bases of Fox's text (namely, that the variety of styles derives ultimately from the variety of body temperaments, and that consequently, one should imitate a model to which one is "naturally" similar) poses an extremely interesting question: the relationship between types of eloquence and types of natural disposition. The research offers a first step in the understanding of the origin and development of the notion of "personal" style during the Renaissance, an intriguing

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DF TMTTATIONE
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Ingenio y estilo en la pintura
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OTROS TRATADISTAS
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