2 edition of unrecorded sixteenth-century Spanish writing-book and more about Gothic letter. found in the catalog.
unrecorded sixteenth-century Spanish writing-book and more about Gothic letter.
Thomas, Henry Sir.
Written in English
Reprinted from Estudios dedicados a Menendez Pidal, Madrid, 1952, vol. 3, p. 413-420.
|Contributions||Patronato Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo.|
|The Physical Object|
The Gothic revival also managed to restore the figures of the ghost and the phantom, typical of the ancient ballads, but which had vanished during the beginning of the eighteenth-century rejected by the Augustans 3. The birth of Gothic fiction is strictly connected to the beginning of the novel during the eighteenth-century. The Secretary Hand, a cursive Hghtweight Gothic script, evolved in England dur- ing the first half of the sixteenth century and endured for business use for more than a century. A variety of Gothic cursive first seen in the sixteenth century, Kurrent- schrift, was taught in Germany and Austria as everyday handwriting until the end of World War.
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