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2 edition of Pia desideria, 1624. found in the catalog.

Pia desideria, 1624.

Herman Hugo

Pia desideria, 1624.

[Introductory note by Hester M. Black.]

by Herman Hugo

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Published by Scolar Press in [Menston] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian life,
  • Emblems

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile reprint of the Antwerp, 1624 ed.

    SeriesContinental emblem books -- 11
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4515 H85 1624A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6,34,412p.
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20261043M

    I forgot to give the title of the first edition of Hugo: Pia Desideria Emblematis, Elegiis et Affectibus, SS. Patrum Illustrata, vulgavit Boetius a Bolswert, Antv. Also the title of our English translation: Pia Desideria; or, Divine Addresses, in three books, written in Latin by Herm. Hugo, Englished by Edm. Francis Quarles Collection created May, Resource Slideshow. link Book 1, Emblem 10 in Quarles’s Emblemes (18th century), poem and epigrams Uploaded April, Link. View. Digital edition of Herman Hugo’s Pia desideria () Uploaded April, Image. Preview. Book 5, Emblem 6 in Quarles’s Emblemes (18th century), poem.

    Our contact information. ARENBERG AUCTIONS Books & prints Rue aux Laines 19/2 – BRUXELLES TEL 32 2 10 55 FAX 32 2 10 *Cut/Copy/Paste* explores the relations between fragments, history, books, and media. It does so by scouting out fringe maker cultures of the seventeenth century, where archives were cut up, “hacked,” and reassembled into new media machines: the Concordance Room at Little Gidding in the s and s, where Mary Collett Ferrar and her family sliced apart printed Bibles and pasted the.

    Hermannus Hugo, Pia desideria () Evidently, there's plenty left open to desire and want while still here on Earth--not the least of which was Heaven, or the Heavens, as we can see in this playful engraving from Hermanus Hugo's Pia Desideria (printed in ). With the Earth as a given, why not want more from the Heavens? Anthony Raspa / Arwaker, Hugo's Pia Desiderio and Protestant Poetics / 65 Protestant meditation, but assumed that Divine Addresses was an adaptation of the edition; more recently, Bath, in his semiotic analysis of English literature in the emblematic mode, and Daly and Silcox, in their survey of emblem criticism, have shared their assumption


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Pia desideria On added engraved t.p.: editio 5, iuxta exemplar Antuerpiense Engraved introductory emblem and 45 numbered emblems are reduced and simplied version of those by Boëce van Bolswert for the original Antwerp ed Signatures: A-R S(-S4) Binding: 19th-century decorated paper, back & corners in goatskin.4/5(5).

A Selection of Emblems. Pia Desideria (). Emblemes (). Pia Desideria (). Introduction by William A. McQueen. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN Author: intro. HUGO (H). QUARLES (F). ARWAKER (E). MCQUEEN (W.A). Full text of "Pia desideria, [Introductory note by Hester M.

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