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give an archaic appearance of character to


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Spenserian archaising is regarded by Johnson as impropriety of language, which cannot account for pleasure because it wants novelty of expression.
The key here is the regularity of the a set, including a from retraction before 1-groups: if the <ae> spellings would simply be archaising "ye olde" signs, as Stanley (1969: 28) would seem to imply, we would certainly expect them to turn up in these categories as well.
Patrick Amstutz gives a brilliant presentation of his 'scandalous' 1964 translation of the Aeneid, widely condemned (though defended by Foucault and Deguy among others) for its deliberately archaising 'misrepresentation' of the canonical text.
Recently there has been a growing tendency among scholars to stress the symbolic and deliberately archaising elements in castle building.
The recasting of such contemporary material into a fictional form was in a simple sense a Lucianic move, but Lucian's True History had not engaged with contemporary natural philosophy, preferring a tone of archaising, literary irony.
For Michelangelo's interest in earlier art and archaising tendencies, see Paul Joannides, '"Primitivism" in the Late Drawings of Michelangelo: The Master's Construction of an Old-age Style', in Michelangelo Drawings (Studies in the History of Art, Symposium Papers xv//), by Craig Hugh Smyth (ed.
104) or the phrases full many and full well used in archaising, poetical style; cf.
The mid-second century was a period of renewed prosperity in the city, and after the catastrophic destruction of many of the public buildings during the Jewish revolt, the architectural and sculptural programme of regeneration took on a decidedly archaising form.
But Digby's propensity for innovations that catch on indicates not foresight of course but a particular place in the orthographic currents of the time, and an avoidance of archaising forms that go against the grain of the contemporary sound-system.