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The occult philosophy in the Elizabethan age

Author: Frances Amelia Yates
Publisher: London ; Boston : Ark Paperbacks, 1983, ©1979.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frances Amelia Yates
ISBN: 0744800013 9780744800012
OCLC Number: 10378167
Description: x, 217 pages, 8 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: Part 1. The occult philosophy in renaissance and reformation. Medieval Christian cabala: the art of Ramon Lull ; The occulty philosophy in the Italian Renaissance: Pico della Mirandola ; The occult philosophy in the reformation: Johannes Reuchlin ; The Cabalist Friar of Venice: Francesco Giorgi ; The occult philosophy and magic: Henry cornelius Agrippa ; The occult philosophy and melancholy: Dürer and Agrippa ; Reations against the occulty philosophy: the witch craze --
Part 2. The occult philosophy in the Elizabethan Age. John Dee: Christian Cabalist ; Spenser's Neoplatonism and the occult philosophy: John Dee and The Faerie Queene ; Elizabethan England and the Jews ; The reaction: christopher Marlowe on conjurors, imperialists and Jews ; Shakespeare and Christian Cabala: Francesco Giorgi and The Merchant of Venice ; Agrippa and Elizabethan Melancholy: George Chapman's Shadow of Night ; Shakespearean fairies, witches, melancholy: King Lear and the demons ; Prospero: the Shakespearean magus --
Part 3. The occult philosophy and rosicrucianism and puritanism. The return of the Jews to England. Christian Cabala and rosicrucianism ; The occult philosophy and puritanism: Joh Milton ; The return of the Jew to England.
Responsibility: Frances A. Yates.

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