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Private Libraries in Renaissance England: v. 3 (Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies) epub ebook

by Robert J. Fehrenbach,E.S. Leedham-Green

Private Libraries in Renaissance England: v. 3 (Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies) epub ebook

Author: Robert J. Fehrenbach,E.S. Leedham-Green
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Adam Matthew Publications (February 1994)
Pages: 380 pages
ISBN: 1857110560
ISBN13: 978-1857110562
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Private libraries, Books and reading, Books and reading, Book collecting, Private libraries, Private libraries, Library catalogs. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies.

Private libraries, Books and reading, Books and reading, Book collecting, Private libraries, Private libraries, Library catalogs. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. v. 1. PLRE 1-4. - v. 2. PLRE 5-66. 6. PLRE 138-150 - v. 7. PLRE 151-166. 16 26 27 31 39. Call number.

Private Libraries in Renaissance England: PLRE 1-4 v. I : A Collection and Catalogue of Tudor and Early Stuart Book-Lists. Free delivery worldwide.

Start by marking Private Libraries in Renaissance England: A Collection and . Published January 1st 1998 by Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (first published September 1992).

Start by marking Private Libraries in Renaissance England: A Collection and Catalogue of Tudor and Early Stuart Book-Lists as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Private Libraries in Renaissance England : A Collection and Catalog of Tudor and Early Stuart Book-Lists : Plre 67-86 (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, vol. 117). 0866981705 (ISBN13: 9780866981705).

The former book called essentially for a broad interpretation of an entire period and of material already known, and permitted the discussion of particular or new aspects only in so far as they illustrated larger points of view. These inevitable restrictions created as the work progressed a wholesome reaction and prompted the desire to do the very opposite, to reverse the accent by presenting new source material which in turn may have a bearing on the larger aspects of the period.

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Renaissance Texts covers works originally written during the period from about . The Renaissance began much later in England than it did in Italy.

Renaissance Texts covers works originally written during the period from about 1420-1630. Texts written before that belong in Portal:Medieval texts, and those written later belong in Portal:Early modern texts. Further, since the Renaissance was a uniquely European movement; literature from Asia and the Americas written during the same period does not fit neatly into this categorization. In case of doubt, place the book in the period you think most readers would be most likely to look for it. This is no harm in listing it in two Portals, if justified.

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