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Seneca's De remediis fortuitorum and the Elizabethans

Seneca's De remediis fortuitorum and the Elizabethans

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Seneca's De remediis fortuitorum and the Elizabethans

by Ralph Graham Palmer

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Chicago: Institute of Elizabethan Studies, 1953. pp.66. A VERY GOOD copy, red cloth boards, tidy inscription on end paper, otherwise unmarked clean copy, deckle edge pages, minor shelf wear. Dust jacket in very good condition, cream colour with black titles, small chips and tears along edges, some creasing, Protected by a new clear mylar cover.
"An essay on the influence of Seneca's ethical thought in the sixteenth century, together with the newly-edited Latin text and English translation of 1547 entitled: Lucii Annei Senecae ad Gallioneni de remedis fortuitorum ... Lately translated out of Latyn into Englyshe by Robert Whyttynton, poet laureat and nowe newely imprynted."


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Seneca's De remediis fortuitorum and the Elizabethans
Ralph Graham Palmer
Hardcover, red cloth boards
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Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, classical history, elizabethans, literary criticism, english literature, latin, 16th century, antiquity
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