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Parody and the Praise of folly

Jon Haarberg

Parody and the Praise of folly

by Jon Haarberg

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Published by University of Oslo, Faculty of Arts, Scandinavian University Press in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Erasmus, Desiderius, -- d. 1536.,
  • Parody in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [257]-274.

    StatementJon Haarberg.
    SeriesActa humaniora -- 42
    The Physical Object
    Pagination274 p.
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18968258M
    ISBN 108200129810

    The Importance of The Praise of Folly • Best well-known work of one of the best Humanist of the Renaissance Erasmus of Rotterdam. • The first and best example of a form of Renaissance satire. • Ends with up-front touching statement of Christian ideals shared by Erasmus with his friends John Cole and Thomas More. • Written in Said to have written it in one week.   A key link between Renaissance humanism and the Protestant Reformation, the Praise of Folly is one of the greatest masterpieces of satire in western .

    Who wrote the book in praise of folly a satire on a funny version of it or else it will be called parody. A satire is more on mockery and sarcasm. with Erasmus who wrote Praise of Folly.   ‘In Praise of Folly: The Blind-Spots of Geniuses’ (Gibson Square, £, ISBN ) sees Dalrymple pondering (in his habitual ironic fashion) on the extraordinary ability of many great scientists, artists and writers to manifest abysmal ignorance, childish naivety, and/or plain stupidity in the areas of arts and knowledge other.

    27 EBook Plurilingua Publishing This practical and insightful reading guide offers a complete summary and analysis of In Praise of Folly by Erasmus. It provides a thorough exploration of the essay's content and main themes, as well as the political, intellectual and religious context of the time and Erasmus's contribution to the Renaissance in northern Europe. In Praise of Folly (Latin: Moriae Encomium or Stultitiae Laus) is an essay originally written by the great Dutch classicist Desiderius Erasmus while staying in London with Sir Thomas More, who is the subject of a punning reference in its Latin title.. The work is written from the perspective of Folly herself, whose self-praise provides the vehicle for a wide-ranging satire of contemporary society.


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Part of the Walter J. Black Classic series, tis one was for the Classics Club; has a short of the author; Author illustrated/5(43). Inspired by Italian humanist Faustino Perisauli's De Triumpho Stultitiae, it is a satirical attack on superstitions and other traditions of European societ The Praise of Folly - Erasmus - Translated by John Wilson In Praise of Folly, sometimes translated as In Praise of More, is an essay written in Latin in by Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam and first printed in /5.

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First published in Paris inThe Praise of Folly hasenjoyed enormous and highly controversial success from the author's lifetime down to our own hasno rival, except perhaps Thomas More's Utopia, as the most intense and lively presentation of the literary, social, and theological aims and methods of Northern Humanism.

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PRAISE OFFOLLY WrittenbyERASMUS andtranslatedby JOHNWILSON Edited withanIntroductionby OXFORD AttheClarendonPress V. Considered one of the most important works of literature in Western Civilization, Desiderius Erasmus's essay, "Praise of Folly," is a classic satirical work in the style of Lucian, the ancient Greek, in which the Goddess of Folly extols the virtues of frivolousness and indulgence of ones passions and then turns to a satirical examination of Christian piousness.

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It is considered one of the most influential works of literature in Western civilization and one of the catalysts of the Protestant 2/5(2).Review of "In Praise of Folly," by Desiderius Erasmus.

Erasmus was born in Rotterdam, Holland in He became an ordained priest in He then went on to become the Latin Secretary to the Bishop of Cambrai.

After that he became a wandering scholar and traveled to England in Reviews: