“To turn one idea into more shapes than Proteus”: The copious use of words in Erasmus and Milton
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Keywords

John Milton
Erasmus
language praxis
imitatio
Questione della Lingua

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Abstract

The article aims to present a critical application of Richard Waswo’s notion of the “cosmetic” aspect of language in the Renaissance, with a special focus on Erasmus' and Milton's language praxis within a framework of two related issues: Questione della Lingua and Imitatio.

https://doi.org/10.15845/emco.v3i0.1285
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Copyright (c) 2012 Larisa Kocic-Zambo

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