2 edition of Huyghens" copy of Donne"s "Letters", 1651 found in the catalog.
Huyghens" copy of Donne"s "Letters", 1651
I. A. Shapiro
Offprintfrom Elizabethan and modern studies presented to Professor Willem Schrickx on the occasion of his retirement.
DONNE, John (). Autograph letter signed ('J. Donne') to Lady Kingsmill [Bridget] (née White), 'At my poore house at S: Pauls', 26 October , 2 pages, folio, integral address leaf in autograph, 'To the Honorable lady the lady Kingsmill' (first leaf browned, light dust stains to address leaf, some old repairs to splitting at folds, seal tears); in a black morocco slipcase. Among the ancient books stolen from the last few decades were a edition of Thomas Hobbes’ “Leviathan,” s astronomical treatises by Johannes Kepler and Christiaan Huygens, a volume of John Donne’s poems, Goethe’s nonfiction book, “The Roman Carnival,” and Maximilianus Transylvanus’ account of Magellan’s.
Donne, John, Uniform title. Correspondence. Selections. A library inventory discovered that at least 56 rare and valuable books had been taken, including a edition of John Donne’s poems; a copy of . The writings of Hester Pulter were discovered only very recently in the Brotherton Library, Leeds. One of the striking features of her poetry, is her use of imagery drawn from early modern science and astronomy. Furthermore, the cosmology she imagines in her poems is, in early terms of its time, very up-to-date since it is identifiably Galileian in its detail.
The missing books date from to They include a edition of Thomas Hobbes’ “Leviathan,” s astronomical treatises by Johannes Kepler and Christiaan Huygens, a volume of John Donne’s poems, Goethe’s nonfiction book, “The Roman Carnival,” and Maximilianus Transylvanus’ account of Magellan’s. A guest post by Dr. Nigel Smith. I am writing a transnational history of early modern European literature. Our inherited history of the different early modern vernacular languages and their literatures was fashioned through the lens of the 19th-century and earlier 20th-century nationalism, and this story is one of how each literature descended from the Greek and Roman classics via the Italian. Blaise Pascal was the third of Étienne Pascal's children and his only son. Blaise's mother died when he was only three years old. In the Pascal family, Étienne and his four children, left Clermont and settled in Paris. Blaise Pascal's father had unorthodox educational views and .
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That this edition will be the first concerted attempt at a complete and carefully edited and.I. A. Shapiro has written: 'Huyghens' copy of Donne's 'Letters', ' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Beth Alison Shapiro written?read John Donne's poems.
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