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The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 1252-1355 (1522-1523) (Collected Works of Erasmus)
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 1252-1355 (1522-1523) (Collected Works of Erasmus)
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At the beginning of this volume, Erasmus leaves Louvain to live in Basel. Weary from the many controversies reflected in the letters of the previous volumes, he is also anxious to see the annotations to his third edition of the New Testament through ...


The Egerton Genesis (British Library Studies in Medieval Culture)
The Egerton Genesis (British Library Studies in Medieval Culture)
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sku: 0915-WS0801-A04010-0802047580, ean: 9780802047588, isbn: 0802047580,

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M.R. James was prompted to characterize the Egerton Genesis as 'the most puzzling, and also, in view of the wonderful qualities of its drawing and colouring, one of the most fascinating' of all manuscripts he had ever seen. Questions of date, iconogr...


Pragmatic Plagiarism: Authorship, Profit, and Power (University of Toronto Romance Series)
Pragmatic Plagiarism: Authorship, Profit, and Power (University of Toronto Romance Series)
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In this illuminating study, Marilyn Randall takes on the question of why some cases of literary repetition become great art, while others are relegated to the ignominy of plagiarism. Her discussion reveals that plagiarism is not the objective textual...



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