4 edition of Hugues Salel, his life and works found in the catalog.
Hugues Salel, his life and works
Howard H. Kalwies
by Applied Literature Press, distributed by University Microfilms International in [Normal, Ill.], Ann Arbor, Mich
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 265-277.
|Statement||Howard H. Kalwies.|
|Series||ALP Medieval studies ;, v. 4, Imprint series|
|LC Classifications||PQ1703.S43 Z74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||79027150|
Preview. Hobbes' translations of the Iliad and the Odyssey are published as Volumes 24 and 25 in the grand project of the Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas ted in the last years of Hobbes' life when, as he himself says in his prefatory essay, he had "nothing else to do" (xcix), the translations have remained on the periphery of Hobbes scholarship, and they have not proved. The author is trying to commit suicide because of problems in his love life. He then realizes that life is more than that and “Life is fine! Fine as wine!”.
In the stanza before the Greeks bearing gifts, Ronsard calls to witness ‘Salel’: this is Hugues Salel, abbé de Saint-Cheron. He is known for undertaking the first translation of the Iliad into French – sadly incomplete, but finished by Amadis Jamyn – at the request of . Chapman's Homer: The 'Iliad' edited by Allardyce Nicoll (Princeton, pp., £, 23 December , 0 3) Chapman's Homer: The 'Odyssey'edited by Author: Guardian Staff.
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[Normal, Ill.]: Applied. Ji Gao. The translation in French verse of Homer’s Iliad, printed in Paris by the publisher Abel L’Angelier, is a compilation of the works of Hugues Salel and Amadis Salel (–53), “humanist, poet, translator, lay abbot, courtier, patron and protector of men of letters, chamberlain-in-ordinary, and royal almoner,”  was valet de chambre of King Francis I, who.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.1/5(1). Natural State with His Frightful Deeds and Exploits Dizain by Master Hugues Salel "To the Author of this Book" Prologue of the Author 1. Of the origin and antiquity of the great Pantagruel.
Of the nativity of the highly redoubtable Pantagruel. How Gargantua mourned for the death of his wife Badebec. Of Pantagruel's childhood. Rip-roaring and rib-tickling, François Rabelais's irreverent story of the giant Gargantua, his giant son Pantagruel, and their companion Panurge is a classic of the written word.
This complete translation by Donald Frame, helpfully annotated for the nonspecialist, is a masterpiece in its own right, bringing to twentieth-century English all the exuberance and invention of the original.
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Arthur Hall (–) was an English Member of Parliament, courtier and translator. According to J. Neale a "reprobate", who gained notoriety by his excesses, he was several times in serious trouble with Parliament itself, and among the accusations in a privilege case was his attitude to Magna were his incidental attacks on the antiquity of the institution were taken.
Ronsard, in his "Epitafe de Hugues Salel," echoes the connection: Francis the first king for virtue and of his name taking pleasure at hearing Atrides Agamemnon speak in his language, and by you [Salel], the warriors of Priam, his ancestor, making their arms clash with a French murmur.
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Of the origin and antiquity of the great Pantagruel. Of the nativity of the highly redoubtable Pantagruel. How Gargantua mourned for the death of his wife Badebec. Of Pantagruel's childhood. : University of California Press.
FIRST EDITION of Salel's translation, roman type, small italic side-notes, translator's note in verse to the reader and errata on G4r, colophon on verso with Loys's large woodcut device, title woodcut of Homer as the Fountain of Poetry ( x mm.), ten woodcuts at the head of each book, the first the same size as the title cut, the.
Another factor in the more general awareness of the Homeric epics was the French translation of the Iliad begun by Hugues Salel (). After a pirated edition of the first two books in Lyon inthe first ten books were published in an authorized edition in By another two books had been added.
Jason Diamond tried to write a biography of John Hughes, director of classic '80s teen movies, but along the way, the story became more about his search for Hughes than the elusive filmmaker himself. King François I commissioned poet Hugues Salel to translate the Iliad into French verse.
The first ten books were published in Until his death inSalel completed two more books, which were then edited and published in 0 René Rapin, 'A Comparison of Homer and Virgil, in The Whole Critical Works, ed.
White Kennett (), I: 6 Arthur Hall, 'Dedication', Ten Bookes of Homers Iliades, translated out of French (); Hugues Salel, Les dix premiers livres de L'Iliade d'Homère (Paris,); on Hall see, H. Wright, The Life and Works of Arthur Hall. The Salel Binder, active from about todid indeed bind books for the royal library at Fontainebleau, but had numerous other clients in addition, most of whom remain as anonymous as the binder they patronised.
One of the features of work by the Salel Binder is his use of a block or plaque. The first English translation of Homer consisted of the first ten books of the Iliad by Arthur Hall inalthough instead of using the original Greek text, he based his version on the French translation of Hugues Salel printed in It seems that Hall’s motivation for undertaking this task was to please his patrons, the Cecil family.
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