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Autore: Desiderius Erasmus; Craig R Thompson
Editore: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, ©1997.
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Erasmus? Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris around 1497 to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin.

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Genere/forma: Translations
Translations into English
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536.
Colloquies.
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, ©1997
(OCoLC)662579023
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Desiderius Erasmus; Craig R Thompson
ISBN: 0802058191 9780802058195
Numero OCLC: 36842915
Descrizione: 2 volumes (xlix, 1227 pages) : facsimiles ; 26 cm.
Contenuti: v. 1. Patterns of informal conversation (Familiarium colloquiorum formulae) --
Rash vows (De votis temere susceptis) --
In pursuit of benefices (De captandis sacerdotiis) --
Military affairs (Militaria) --
The master's bidding (Herilia) --
A lesson in manners (Monitoria paedagogica) --
Sport (De lusu) --
The whole duty of youth (Confabulatio pia) --
Hunting (Venatio) --
Off to school (Euntes in ludum literarium) --
[Additional formulae] --
The profane feast (Convivium profanum) --
A short rule for copiousness (Brevis de copia praeceptio) --
The godly feast (Convivium religiosum) --
The apotheosis of that incomparable worthy, Johann Reuchlin (De incomparabili heroe Ioanne Reuchlino in divorum numerum relato) --
Courtship (Proci et puellae) --
The girl with no interest in marriage (Virgo misogamos) --
The repentent girl (Virgo poenitens) --
Marriage (Coniugium) --
The soldier and the Carthusian (Militis et Cartusiani) --
Pseudocheus and Philetymus : the liar and the man of honour (Pseudochei et Philetymi) --
The shipwreck (Naufragium) --
Inns (Diversoria) --
The young man and the harlot (Adolescentis et scorti) --
The poetic feast (Convivium poeticum) --
An examination concerning the faith (Inquisitio de fide). The old men's chat, or The carriage (Geroutología, sive Ochama) --
The well-to-do beggars (Ptochoploúsioi) --
The abbot and the learned lady (Abbatis et eruditae) --
The epithalamium of Pieter Gillis (Epithalamium Petri Aegidii) --
Exorcism, or The spectre (Exorcismus, sive Spectrum) --
Alchemy (Alcumistica) --
The cheating horse-dealer (Hippoplanus) --
Beggar talk (Ptochología) --
The fabulous feast (Convivium fabulosum --
The new mother (Puerpera). v. 2. A pilgrimage for religion's sake (Peregrinatio religionis ergo) --
A fish diet (Ichthuophagía) --
The funeral (Funus) --
Echo (Echo) --
A feast of many courses (Poludaitía) --
Things and names (De rebus de vocabulis) --
Charon (Charon) --
A meeting of the philological society (Synodus grammaticorum) --
A marriage in name only, or The unequal match (Agamos gámos, sive Coniugium impar) --
The imposture (Impostura) --
Cyclops, or the Gospel-bearer (Cyclops, sive evangeliophorus) --
Non-sequiturs (Aprodiónusa, sive Absurda) --
The knight without a horse, or Faked nobility (Ippeús anippos, sive Ementita nobilitas) --
Knucklebones, or The game of Tali (Astragalismós, sive Talorum Iusus) --
The council of women (Senatulus, sive Gunaikosunédrion) --
Early to rise (Diluculum) --
The sober feast (Naphálion sumpósion) --
The art of learning (Ars notoria) --
The sermon, or Merdardus (Concio, sive merdardus) --
The lover of glory (Philodoxus) --
Penny-pinching (Opulentia sordida) --
The seraphic funeral (Exequiae seraphicae) --
Sympathy (Amicitia) --
A problem (Problema) --
The Epicurean (Epicureus) --
The usefulness of the Colloquies (De utilitate Colloquiorum) --
Erasmus and Erasmius --
The return to Basel --
Editions of the Colloquies.
Altri titoli: Colloquia.
Responsabilità: [Erasmus] ; translated and annotated by Craig R. Thompson.
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