By Jan Bloemendal
Bilingual Europe provides to the reader a Europe that for a very long time was once 'multilingual' along with the vernacular languages Latin performed a big function. Even 'nationalistic' treatises might be written in Latin. till deep into the 18th century clinical works have been written in it. it really is nonetheless an reliable language of the Roman Catholic Church. yet why did authors opt for for Latin or for his or her local tongue? on the subject of bilingual authors, what made them decide upon both language, and what implications did that experience? What interactions existed among the 2? members contain Jan Bloemendal, Wiep van Bunge, H. Floris Cohen, Arjan C. van Dixhoorn, Guillaume van Gemert, Joep T. Leerssen, Ingrid Rowland, Arie Schippers, Eva Del Soldato, Demmy Verbeke, Francoise Waquet, and Ari H. Wesseling+.
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24–25. // 2. Mādhā ʿalayya -l-hawā ajnā-hu// Mudh ṣadda ʿan-nī-l-ladhī ahwā-hu// Wa-laysa lī fī-l-hawā illā-hu// Kayf-ṣṭibārī abā ʿan waṣlī // Wa-mā-ḥtiyālī ʿalay-hi ? // 2. // What kind of strategy do I have to follow? // 3. // 4. Dallin ka-fāḥimi laylin jaʿdi// Qad khaṭṭa fi ṣafḥatin min wardi// Ka-ʿaṭfati-l-nūni fawqa-l-khaddi// Aw ṣawlajin ʿākifin aw ṣilli// ḥamat ḥamā-hu shifāru-l-naṣli// 4. // Latin and the Vernaculars, Bilingualism or Multilingualism ? 21 5. Wa-rubba khawdin jafā-hā- l- wajdu// Wa-shaffa-hā-l-baynu thumma-l-buʿdu// Fa-aʿlanat bi-l-firāqi tashdū: // « Benid la Pascua, [ed] aun shin elli// Com Cande meu corajon por elli »// 5.
1061. 53 ASD I, 3, p. 356, l. 399. 54 See the excellent discussion by Chomarat, Grammaire et rhétorique chez Érasme 1, pp. 137–44, who concludes that his knowledge of German was sufficient for daily use. Halkin, ‘Érasme et les langues’, pp. 573–74, arrived at the same conclusion. 55 Ep. 82, ll. 39–41. B. S. Thomson, CWE, 1, p. 167. 56 Ep. 1313, ll. 84–85; and Ep. 1340. LATIN AND THE VERNACULARS: THE CASE OF ERASMUS 41 view of the Eucharist, Erasmus composed a detailed refutation within two months after its appearance (May 1526), even though Jud’s tract was written in German (Des Hochgelerten Erasmi von Roterdam, und Doctor Luthers maynung vom Nachtmal unsers Herren Jesu Christi).
654 ‘Cum lacte nutricis’; ASD II, 2, p. 180, ll. 138–42. 73 ASD I, 3, p. 286, l. 318. 74 That the source is Juvenal is apparent from De contemptu mundi, ASD V, 1, p. 50, ll. 274– 75 ‘vt caueas ferreo isti capistro ora porrigere’ and The Praise of Folly, ASD IV, 3, p. 80, ll. ’ 75 For the sense of ‘vertor’ compare ‘Ex Hollando versus es in Gallum,’ ASD I, 3, p. 137, l. 405. ’ (CWE 39, p. 91). 76 ASD I, 3, p. 172, l. 1520. 77 Walther, nrs. 1042 and 27273. 78 Quoted from sources of the second half of the sixteenth century by Harrebomée, 1, p.
Bilingual Europe: Latin and Vernacular Cultures - Examples of Bilingualism and Multilingualism C. 1300-1800 by Jan Bloemendal