6 edition of Two Latin comedies by John Foxe the martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus. found in the catalog.
by Published in association with the Renaissance Society of America by Cornell University Press in Ithaca
Written in English
|Other titles||Titus et Gesippus., Christus triumphans.|
|Statement||Edited with introd., translation and notes by John Hazel Smith.|
|Genre||Translations into English.|
|Series||Renaissance text series,, 4, Renaissance text series ;, v. 4.|
|Contributions||Foxe, John, 1516-1587., Smith, John Hazel, 1928- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PA8520.F67 T5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 446 p.|
|Number of Pages||446|
|LC Control Number||72003950|
The acts and monuments of John Foxe. With a life and defence of the martyrologist, Author Foxe, John, Published Full text of "The History of English Poetry: To which are Prefixed Three Dissertations: 1 " See other formats.
Titus et Gesippus (acted ). Andronicus Comnenus (acted /8) John Foxe ; prepared with an introduction by John Hazel Smith. Samuel Bernard ; prepared with an introduction by John L. Klause. G. Olms Renaissance Latin drama in England 1st ser., 6. 所蔵館16館. A composite volume of papers, including a life of Foxe by his son Samuel Foxe (ff. ), Foxe's autograph drafts of letters and other writings composed while he was a fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford  (ff. 53v), Foxe's autograph extracts from a book by John Purvey on the Eucharist (ff. ), and letters and exercises by Samuel.
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Two Latin Comedies By John Foxe the Martyrologist; Titus et Gesippus, Christus Triumphans; The Renaissance Society of AmericaManufacturer: Cornell University Press, Ithaca. John Foxe was born at Boston, in Lincolnshire, inand died April 8, He is most famous for is publication of Foxes Acts and Monuments of the Christian Church more commonly known as Foxes Book 4/5(3).
Foxe, John, Two Latin comedies by John Foxe the martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus. Ithaca, Published in association with the Renaissance Society of America by Cornell University Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: John Foxe; John Foxe: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Foxe; John Hazel Smith.
Two Latin Comedies by John Foxe the Martyrologist: Titus Et Gesippus: Christus Triumphans really liked it avg rating — 3 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. Foxe, John Overview. Two Latin comedies by John Foxe the martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus. Christus triumphans by John Foxe (Book) Acts and monuments of matters most special and memorable, happening in the church: with an universal history of the.
Any consideration of John Foxe the Martyrologist () as a Tudor literary figure must have regard for his Latin writing. While it is true that he is best remembered for the four great editions in his lifetime of the Acts and Monuments in, andhe was primarily a Latin writer, educated in the best humanist tradition in the Greek and Roman authors of the Classical.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Two Latin comedies by John Foxe the martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus.: Christus triumphans. / Edited with introd., translation and notes by John Hazel Smith Foxe, John, [ Book: ] Languages: English;Latin, [1 other] View online (access conditions) At 7 libraries.
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The edition was reprinted in eight volumes in John Hazel Smith has edited and translated Two Latin Comedies By John Foxe the Martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus and Christus Triumphans () ; he has also edited a manuscript tract attacking astrology as "John Foxe on Astrology," ELR, 1 (), There is a facsimile.
This book examines the many and varied uses of apocalyptic and anti-Catholic language in seventeenth-century English drama. Adrian Streete argues that this rhetoric is not simply an expression of religious bigotry, nor is it only deployed at moments of political by: 1.
Two Latin Comedies by John Foxe the Martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus, Christus Triumphans (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, ). Smith, Thomas, De Republica Anglorum, ed. Dewar, Mary (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).Cited by: 7.
First published, with a translation, in Two Latin Comedies by John Foxe the Martyrologist, ed. John Hazel Smith (Ithaca & London, ), pp. *FxJ 20 Autograph draft, with extensive revisions, written while Foxe was a fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; one in a series of ‘Letters & Writings of J.
Fox in y e University’. Instructions to authors / editors: Proposing a volume for the series. The Renaissance Society of America Texts and Studies Series (RSA-TS) is a peer-reviewed (refereed) series that has as its focus the Latin and vernacular cultures of late medieval and early modern Europe (ca.
–), including those less common literatures that arose within the European cultural sphere. Although the story of the pair of perfect friends derived from Boccaccio and drew from similar classical precedent of similitude and sacrificial friendship in line with Damon and Pythias and Orestes and Pylades, Foxe complicates the friendship through the introduction of a woman to whom Gesippus is betrothed and with whom Titus is in love.
John Foxe’s Acts and Monuments (first English edition ) played a seminal role in the fashioning of a Protestant national identity. The nearly victims who were burnt at the stake during the Marian Catholic years () were transformed in the crucible of the Foxeian narratives into heroes.
(approx. $39). § The definitive edition of Calvin's first book. John Foxe the Martyrologist, Two Latin Comedies: Titus and g Gesippus, Christus Triumphans (; ), edited with intro-duction, translation, and notes byJohn Hazel Smith.
Published in association with the Cornell University Press. $ § Two. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book; 84 p.: ill., maps ; 30 cm. Two Latin comedies by John Foxe the martyrologist: Titus et Gesippus and Christus triumphans, ed.
J. H. Smith (Ithaca, NY, ) S. Wabuda, ‘Henry Bull, Miles Coverdale, and the making of Foxe's Book of martyrs’, Martyrs and martyrologies, ed.
D. Wood, SCH, 30 (), –Imprint Sources Titus et Gesippus ; Christus triumphans: two Latin comedies / by John Foxe the martyrologist ; ed. with introduction, translation [into English] and notes by .SCOTT-BOOK: More.
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