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Monsieur Bossu's treatise of the epick poem; containing many curious reflexions, very useful and necessary for the right understanding and judging of the excellencies of Homer and Virgil.

Author: René Le BossuW. J.André DaclerFontenelle, M. dePierre François Le CourayerAll authors
Publisher: London J. Knapton and H. Clements, 1719.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : The 2d ed.View all editions and formats
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Le Bossu, René, 1631-168O.
Monsieur Bossu's treatise of the epick poem.
London J. Knapton and H. Clements, 1719
(OCoLC)714190298
Named Person: Homer.; Pubilus Vergillus Maro; Aristotle.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: René Le Bossu; W. J.; André Dacler; Fontenelle, M. de; Pierre François Le Courayer; Peter Anthony Motteux
OCLC Number: 6792544
Description: 2 volumes 17 cm
Contents: v. 1. Preface of the translator. A discourse of ... to Monsieur the abbot knight of Morsan. A memoire concerning the Reverend Father Bossu, sent to M ... by the Reverend Father Courayer (p. xxi-xxxvi) Monsieur Bossu's Treatise of the epick poem (book I-II)--v. 2. Monsieur Bossu's Treatise of the epick poem (continued) book III-VI. An essay upon satyr, written by the famous Monsieur Dacier (p. 298-315) Of pastorals, by Monsieur de Fontenelle, English'd by Mr. Motteux (p. 316-351) Fragments taken from the Remarks of Mr. Dacier upon passages of Aristotle's Poetry, which have relation to ... this treatise.
Responsibility: Made English from the French, with a preface upon the same subject, by W.J. To which are added, an Essay upon satyr, by Mons. d'Acier; and a Treatise upon pastoral, by Mons. Fontanelle.

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