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Francis, Thou Art Translated: Petrarch Metamorphosed in English, 1380-1595
Ronald L. Martinez
Humanist Studies & the Digital Age , 2011, DOI: 10.5399/uo/hsda.1.1.1196
Abstract: English translation of Petrarch—translation that is also metamorphosis in a manner that Petrarch would have recognized—begins with Chaucer's rendition of canticus TroiliTroilus and Criseyde, an inaugural moment of lyric imitation long thought unique in Chaucer's work. Yet suggestive claims have been made that Rvf 189 was also rendered by Chaucer as Troilus' second canticus in book V, within a context inclusive of additional Petrarchan influences on Chaucer. Chaucer's versions, and their contextualization in the Troilus, had definite consequences for Petrarchan translation when it resumed with the Henrician poets Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard a century and a half later. For the Tudor poets living under the tyranny of Henry VIII the Petrarch-inspired sonnet offered a richly articulated space of private reflection that did not fail to register the pressure of court politics. Wyatt's Petrarchan translations in the Egerton manuscript represent a privileged part of his lyric production, a preference that the Earl of Surrey absorbed for his very different poetic program, one designed to exalt both aristocratic lineage and an aureate genealogy of poets including Virgil, Dante, and Chaucer along with Petrarch and Wyatt. Mediated by multiple editions of Tottel's Songs and Sonnettes between 1557 and 1594, the legacy of Wyatt's and Surrey's Petrarchan translations reached the Elizabethans with an emphasis on Petrarch's poetic supremacy that stimulated emulation by the young Shakespeare. His tragedy Romeo and Juliet threw down a challenge to Petrarch with respect to sonnet forms, sonnet rhetoric, and the typical story of enamorment, a story still discernibly affiliated with Chaucer's .
Cuestiones criticas acerca da la rehabilitación urbana
Miguel Martinez López
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Sociologia , 2007,
Role of Non-clinical Environments in the Selection of Virulence and Antibiotic Resistance Determinants in Pathogenic Bacteria
Jose L. Martinez
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: The acquisition of genomic islands and plasmids from a common gene pool, has shaped the evolution of bacterial pathogens. Interestingly, determinants used for infection can be also used (at least in some cases) for surviving in natural environments and the same antibiotic resistance determinants can be found in infective and environmental bacteria. This suggests that natural environments might have a relevant role in the evolution of human pathogens. It is review about the potential role of natural (non-clinical) environments in the evolution of bacterial pathogens.
Aniversario BLACPMA, Magallanes y Homenaje a Plutarco Naranjo
Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas , 2012,
Adios volumen 10 de 2011. Bienvenido volumen 11 de 2012
Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas , 2011,
10 a os no es nada...
Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas , 2011,
Dissipative fluids out of hydrostatic equilibrium
L. Herrera,J. Martinez
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/15/2/014
Abstract: In the context of the M\"{u}ller-Israel-Stewart second order phenomenological theory for dissipative fluids, we analyze the effects of thermal conduction and viscosity in a relativistic fluid, just after its departure from hydrostatic equilibrium, on a time scale of the order of relaxation times. Stability and causality conditions are contrasted with conditions for which the ''effective inertial mass'' vanishes.
Gravitational collapse: A case for thermal relaxation
L. Herrera,J. Martinez
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1023/A:1018862910233
Abstract: Two relativistic models for collapsing spheres at different stages of evolution, which include pre-relaxation processes, are presented. The influence of relaxation time on the outcome of evolution in both cases is exhibited and established. It is shown that relaxation processes can drastically change the final state of the collapsing system. In particular, there are cases in which the value of the relaxation time determines the bounce or the collapse of the sphere.
On the Critical Behaviour of Heat Conducting Sphere out of Hydrostatic Equilibrium
L. Herrera,J. Martinez
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/14/9/022
Abstract: We comment further on the behaviour of a heat conducting fluid when a characteristic parameter of the system approaches a critical value.
Dissipative Collapse Through the Critical Point
L. Herrera,J. Martinez
Physics , 1998, DOI: 10.1023/A:1001548205684
Abstract: A relativistic model of a heat conducting collapsing star, which includes thermal pre-relaxation processes, is presented. Particular attention is paid to the influence of a given parameter defined in terms of thermodynamic variables, on the outcome of evolution. Evaluation of the system when passing through a critical value of the aforesaid parameter, does not yield evidence of anomalous behaviour.
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