5 edition of Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England. found in the catalog.
Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England.
Paul R. Sellin
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[By] Paul R. Sellin. Published for the Sir Thomas Browne Institute.|
|Series||Publications of the Sir Thomas Browne Institute, Leiden., no. 3|
|LC Classifications||CT1178.H4 S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||79350140|
On Heinsius’s influence on English authors, see Paul R. Sellin, Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England (Leiden: Oxford and Leiden University Presses, ). See also Mark Somos, “Enter Secularisation: Heinsius’s De tragoediae constitutione,” History of European Ideas 36 (): 19–38; Edith Kern, The Influence of Heinsius and Vossius Cited by: 2. Heinsius collected one of the biggest private libraries in Europe. He was visited by Lorenzo Magalotti in when visiting the United Provinces. After his death about books were sold in The famous catalogue was used by many scholars as a reference. In Heinsius collected his Latin poems into a volume.
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This edition was small and convenient. It had all verse numbers on the inside margin of each page. After that printing sold out, Bonaventure and Abraham themselves printed the second Elzevir edition in The preface of this second edition was written by Daniel Heinsius () and the editor was Jeremias Hoelzlin (). A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland & Ireland and of English books printed abroad, –, 2nd edn (London: Bibliographical Society, ) Hall, Joseph Salomons diuine arts. H. L. for Eleazar Edgar, Cited by:
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Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England. Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Paul R. Sellin. The main body of Mr. Sellin's book is divided into three sections, a bio-graphy, an account of Heinsius's personal links with Britain, and a study of his influence on English criticism, of which the last seems most proper for discussion here.
Heinsius often thought of visiting England, at the invitation of such men. Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England. book Heinsius and Stuart England. Leiden, University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Daniel Heinsius; Daniel Heinsius; Daniel Heinsius: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Sellin.
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/ [By] Paul R. Sellin. Published for the Sir Thomas Browne Institute Sellin, Paul R. The literary theories of Daniel Heinsius. A study of the development and background of his views on literary theory and criticism during the period from toAssen Sellin, Paul R., Daniel Heinsius and Stuart Engeland, with a Short-Title Checklist of the Works of Daniel Heinsius, Lugduni Batavorum-Londinii by Daniel Heinsius 1 edition - first published in Not in Library Laus asini: in quâ, praeter eius animalis laudes ac naturae propria, cum politica non pauca, tum nonnulla alia diversae eruditionis, asperguntur: ad senatum populumque eorum, qui, ignari omnium, scientias ac literas hoc tempore contemnunt.
Daniel Heinsius. 15 likes. Daniel Heinsius was one of the most famous scholars of the Dutch Renaissance. Daniel Heinsius (Gante, 9 de junio de La Haya, 25 de febrero de ) es un filólogo holandés y figura clave de la Edad de Oro neerlandesa.
Fue padre de Nikolaas Heinsius el Viejo. Fue discípulo de Scaliger y Dousa y en fue nombrado profesor de historia y política de la Universidad de Leiden y más tarde bibliotecario de esta ciudad. The literary theories of Daniel Heinsius.
A study of the development and background of his views on literary theory and criticism during the period from toAssen ; Sellin, Paul R., Daniel Heinsius and Stuart Engeland, with a Short-Title Checklist of the Works of Daniel Heinsius. The edition of Daniel Heinsius came out at the end of April or beginning of May According to a letter of André Rivet the letters were collected ‘from various places’.
We do not know from which manuscripts Heinsius actually worked. He made so many changes to the original text that he probably made his own copies to hand over to a. § The Dutch classical scholar of Flemish origin Daniel Heinsius,who enjoyed international fame as an editor of more than 20 classical texts, theorist of literary criticism, historian and neolatin poet, was professor of Poetics at the University of Leiden sinceextraordinarius Greek since After the death of J.
Scaliger, to whose inner circle he belonged, he held the chair of Greek, from till. Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England: With a Short-Title Checklist of the Works of Daniel Heinsius Sellin, Paul R.
Published by Leiden University Press, Leiden, Netherlands (). Daniel Heinsius, Auriacus, sive Libertas saucia = (Orange, or Liberty wounded), / edited and translated by Jan Bloemendal Heinsius, Daniel, [ Book: ].
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De contemptu mortis. von HEINSIUS, D., und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf Daniël Heinsius, Dutch poet, famous in his day as a classical scholar. At Leiden, Heinsius produced classical editions, verses, and orations from an early age. He annotated many Latin poets and Greek writers from Hesiod to Nonnus, and the popularity of his lectures dazzled his colleagues.
By External Evidence. Daniel The contents of the first verse in Daniel have been challenged on two counts. It is often claimed that the date given by Daniel for the first year of Nebuchadnezzar's reign contradicts that given by Jeremiah (so Pfeiffer, ) (see Table 3).This objection is easily answered as the Babylonians used the Accession year system of dating (also known as.
Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England With a Short Title Checklist of the Works of Daniel Heinsius (Sir Institute) by P.R. Sellin, Paul Sellin Hardcover, Pages, Published by Oxford University Press ISBNISBN: X.
Paul Sellin, Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England (Leiden, ), The Jonson Allusion Book (New Haven, ) for a collection of Dryden’s references to Jonson, Index, Dutton R. () The Lone Wolf. In: Ben Jonson Authority Criticism. Palgrave Macmillan, : Richard Dutton. Republic of Women recaptures a lost chapter in the narrative of intellectual history.
It tells the story of a transnational network of female scholars who were active members of the seventeenth-century republic of letters and demonstrates that this intellectual commonwealth was a much more eclectic and diverse assemblage than has been by: The Literary Culture of Early Stuart Libeling.
the disintegration of the Church of England, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war. Daniel Heinsius, De Satyra Horatiana.J. Landwehr, Dutch Emblem Books (Utrecht, I), nos ; and the Checklist appended to P. R. Sellin, Daniel Heinsius and Stuart England (Oxford and Leiden, ), nos I,2 Mario Praz, Studies in Seventeenth-Century Imagery (Rome, I), p.
See also Rosemary Freeman, English Emblem Books (), pp. 45, i 16 et passim.