D.S. Brewer (1987)

Essays concerned with the transmission of Boethian philosophy and poetry also relate to medieval translation practice, the emergence of European literature, reception history, and manuscript studies. 'Knowledge of the understanding of Boethius inthe middle ages is considerably enhanced. 'REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES
Keywords Translating and interpreting History  Philosophy, Medieval Roman influences  Latin language Translating
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