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GUARINI, Batista

Published by Buttura, Paris, France (1822)

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About this Item: Buttura, Paris, France, 1822. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Text in Italian. 64mo. Very good with front board detached from the spine at the joint but still held in place by the binding threads attached to the board. Some chips to the boards and spine. Small owner inscription to front free endpaper. Seller Inventory # 81457

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Verkuyl, P.E.L. Dr.

Published by Assen, Van Gorcum (1971)

ISBN 10: 9023208609 ISBN 13: 9789023208600

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About this Item: Assen, Van Gorcum, 1971. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Assen,1971. In-8o.(1) 1 plate,XX-530 pp.Summary in French, Bibliography & Index. Orig.cloth, with dust-jacket. Weight:1 kilo. Nice clean copy. Seller Inventory # 0001828

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GUARINI, Giovanni Battista ] Walter F Staton and William E Simeone

Published by Oxford At the Clarendon Press, London (1964)

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About this Item: Oxford At the Clarendon Press, London, 1964. HARDCOVER. 1st Edition. 8vo in navy cloth, gilt lettering to spine, 191pp, 2 plates, facsimile title-page etc. This copy has an unusual photographic private bookplate tipped onto the front blank fly-leaf (i.e. only lightly affixed at one edge) . . . . . [ CONDITION : An extremely well preserved FINE very clean and tight copy in a slightly tanned near FINE publisher-price-clipped Dust Jacket with publishers price sticker to inner flap ( very slightly nicked at corner tips, looks fine in its protector). A very nice copy ] . . . . . . . . . We always ship in strong card packing. Seller Inventory # T81530

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GUARINI, Cavalier Gio.- Batt.

Published by Giovanni- Luca Nyon, Paris, 1759 First Edition. (1759)

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About this Item: Giovanni- Luca Nyon, Paris, 1759 First Edition., 1759. Small 8vo. pp 347. Italian text. Disbound (i.e. lacking covers) but otherwise in decent sound condition with clean text. Suitable for rebinding or reading and reference. Seller Inventory # A87012

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Il Pastor Fido del Cav. Guarini [2: G. B. Boschini

G. B. Boschini

Published by Published by G. Schulze & Co, London (1809)

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About this Item: Published by G. Schulze & Co, London, 1809. , 344 pages, text in italian First Edition , all in very good condition , full morocco, gilt rules front and back, 4 raised bands on spine, git decoration and title in compartments, all edges gilt , small octavo, 12 x 8 cms Hardback ISBN: Seller Inventory # 65256

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Guarini, Giovanni Battista

Published by C. Stewart, Edinburgh (1809)

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About this Item: C. Stewart, Edinburgh, 1809. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Two titles bound in one: Il Pastor Fido, or, the Faithful Shepherd, a Pastoral Tragi-Comedy, Attempted in English Blank Verse, from the Italian of Signor Cavalier Giovanni Battista Guarini (Translated By William Clapperton) 239 pages; tissue-guarded portrait frontispiece of Guarini and illustrated engraved title with cupid and maiden in chariot drawn by doves and printed title-page; printed dedication page to George Thomson; in a contemporary hand at top of that page is added "To George Thomson Esq", perhaps an author dedicated copy; bound with "A New Translation with Notes, of The Third Satire of Juvenal. To Which are Added, Miscellaneous Poems, Original and Translated." New York, Printed for E. Sargeant, No. 39 Wall Street 1806; 190 pages + 1 page 'Concluding Sonnet' + 1 page Errata; Translated By John Duer (1782-1858); OCLC references Early American Imprints Second Series, Shaw & Shoemaker 10655; with the bookplate of Charles William Everest; old leather binding, lacks spine cover; marbled paper covered boards, plain endpapers; pages clean; rebinding or reading copy. Seller Inventory # 9019

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Guarini, Cav. (Battista).

Published by (London). Londra, Presso Berthould, Wheatley e co. 28 Soho Square. (Assumed) thus.

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About this Item: (London). Londra, Presso Berthould, Wheatley e co. 28 Soho Square. (Assumed) thus. First Edition. 1816. SCARCE. Small 8vo, 4.0x2.5 cms. (gathered in 8's). Pp.,i-xvii,18-194;150. Contemporary half calf, on marbled boards. Gold rules at edges of leather on covers, and 6 double gold bands to spine, 5 compartments. Title gilt, on red morocco label on spine. Pages all clean, and no foxing. Light scuff to face of covers, with wear/rub to edges and corners. Firm binding. Overall an attractive, SCARCE, item. - .##. - last page of each part with colophon, "Dai Torchi di Schulze e Dean, 13 Poland Street". This item does not seem to be listed in the British Library Integrated Catalogue. Copies are cited by Chicago and Harvard, and copy held in Oxford. British Library list 4 publications only of Berthould and Wheatley - .##. -. . . .**. Business and shop Est. 1970. Seller Inventory # 6010

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Il Pastor Fido, Tragicomedia Pastorale: Guarini, Giovanni Battista

Guarini, Giovanni Battista

Published by Venedig Ciotti, Venice, Italy (1621)

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About this Item: Venedig Ciotti, Venice, Italy, 1621. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Fourth Edition. Marbleboard rebound copy of Il Pastor Fido was published in 1621, between the time the First Edition was published in 1590 and the first English translation was made in 1640. Pencil writing on inside cover by previous owner states that this is the Fourth Edition, unable to verify. Some brown staining and foxing on pages, including title page. Edges are bumped and chipped. Binding and hinges are strong and in good condition, with some wear to top and bottom of spine. This book is part of the personal library of Mr. Thomas Creed, who came to the US from England and owned Creed's Book Store, adjacent to Sather Gate at UC Berkeley, during the 1920s and 1930s. To see all of our collection, click on Bookseller Info below and 'List This Seller's Books'. Seller Inventory # 28029

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Sir Fanshawe, Richard, Knight (1608-1666)

Published by A. Mofely, London (1664)

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About this Item: A. Mofely, London, 1664. First edition. 10mo., 320PP.; VG; in dark brown leather with spine rebound; moderate shelf wear on boards with fraying around corners; strong binding; minor pencil inscription inside front board; other original inscriptions behind title page; dusty edges; text clean; Sir Fanshawe was an English poet, ambassador to Spain and to Portugal from 1662 and 1666; JG consignment; shelved case 0. Dupont. Seller Inventory # 9-36-1271199

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TASSO, Torquato, Giovanni Battista Guarini, and C. Guidubaldo de' Bonarelli.

Published by Orléans, Da' Torchj di L.P. Couret de Villeneuve, 1787. (1787)

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About this Item: Orléans, Da' Torchj di L.P. Couret de Villeneuve, 1787., 1787. 8°, contemporary speckled calf, smooth spine gilt in 6 compartments, red spine labels in second and third compartments with titles (some wear to edges and hinges, slightly defective at head and foot of spine), marbled endleaves, text block edges marbled. Woodcut vignette on title page. Woodcut headpieces and ornaments. Scattered light stains and browning. Overall good to very good condition. 502 pp. *** First edition thus. Two of these three pastoral plays formed the inspiration for operas.Tasso's Aminta, a pastoral romance set in the era of Alexander the Great, was the basis of a libretto by Metastasio, Il re pastore, which premiered in 1751. Metastasio's libretto became the basis of Mozart's Il re pastore, which premiered in 1775, and of Aminta, il re pastore, by Antonio Mazzoni (d. 1785). Tasso's story was the basis for the ballet Sylvia, ou La nymphe de Diane, with music by Léo Delibes, first performed in 1876.Guarini's Il pastor fido, a pastoral tragicomedy set in Arcadia, is one of the most famous plays of the seventeenth century. Written in honor of the nuptials of the Duke of Savoy and Catherine of Austria in 1585, it was first published in Venice, 1590, and revised by the author through 20 editions, the latest being Venice, 1602. Il pastor fido inspired many composers of madrigals (including Claudio Monteverdi, Giaches de Wert, and Heinrich Schütz) as well as Handel's opera of the same name, first performed in 1712.Bonarelli's Filli di Sciro is in the mold of Tasso and Guarini. Although it is not of their caliber, the play was popular in its time.*** Copac locates copies at British Library, University of Glasgow, Oxford University. NUC: UU, DLC, PU, ICN. Seller Inventory # 24021

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Il Pastor Fido; The Faithful Shepheard with: Fanshaw, Richard

Fanshaw, Richard

Published by Humphrey Moseley, London (1648)

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About this Item: Humphrey Moseley, London, 1648. Full Leather. Condition: Good. First Thus, Second Issue. Second issue with additional poems. 312 pp, the first 70 of which have been torn at lower left corner affecting a bare minimum of text. Front cover torn in same place but over a greater area (1" x 2"). Covers reinforced with tape. Backstrip rubbed and chipped at crown and foot of spine. Covers worn and corners blunted. Back joint split; front joint starting. Bookplate and owners' names and dates. Text clean. As is. Seller Inventory # 010483

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Il Pastor Fido; The Faithful Shepheard with: Fanshaw, Richard

Fanshaw, Richard

Published by Humphrey Moseley, London (1648)

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About this Item: Humphrey Moseley, London, 1648. Full Leather. Condition: Good. First Thus, Second Issue. Second issue with additional poems. 312 pp, the first 70 of which have been torn at lower left corner affecting a bare minimum of text. Front cover torn in same place but over a greater area (1" x 2"). Covers reinforced with tape. Backstrip rubbed and chipped at crown and foot of spine. Covers worn and corners blunted. Back joint split; front joint starting. Bookplate and owners' names and dates. Text clean. As is. Size: 8vo. Book. Seller Inventory # 010483

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Delle Opere del Cavalier Battista Guarini, 4: Guarini, (Giovanni) Battista

Guarini, (Giovanni) Battista (1538-1612)

Published by Per Giovanni Alberto Tumermani, Verona, Italy (1738)

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About this Item: Per Giovanni Alberto Tumermani, Verona, Italy, 1738. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition, 1737-1738, 4 volumes, complete, 4to, contemporary full vellum, ruddy leather spine labels, headpieces, vignettes and copperplates by Zucchi after Picard. First volume with old oval engraved pictorial bookplate of Francisci Riccardi de Varnaccia. Very good set, complete, all plates complete, minor library marks (black ink call numbers on spines, bookplates, blindstamp on title pages, barcode stickers on rear pages), text otherwise free of marks. Vol. IV lacks front flyleaf, Vol. III lacks rear flyleaf. A handsome set. Seller Inventory # H347

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GUARINI, [Giovanni] Battista.

Published by Venice, Press. Gio. Battista Bonfadino, 1590. (1590)

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About this Item: Venice, Press. Gio. Battista Bonfadino, 1590., 1590. 4° (19.2 x 14.5 cm., old limp vellum (lacks ties, soiled), horizontal manuscript title on spine, fore-edge cover extensions, text-block edges sprinkled red. Large woodcut printer's device on title page. Woodcut initials, several rather large. Typographical and woodcut headpieces, woodcut tailpieces and vignettes. Title page with some soiling and light to middling dampstains. Occasional light dampstains, mostly in some outer margins. Final leaf repaired with bottom fifth of recto missing, causing loss of last two lines of text. Overall in good condition. First line of leaf M3 recto corrected in ink in a contemporary hand. [138 ll.], signed A4, a2, B-Z4, Aa-Ll4. *** FIRST EDITION? The same year saw the appearance of a Ferrara edition, in 12º.Guarini's Il pastor fido, a pastoral tragicomedy set in Arcadia, is one of the most famous plays of the sixteenth century. Written in honor of the nuptials of the Duke of Savoy and Catherine of Austria in 1585, it was first published in Venice, 1590, and revised by the author through 20 editions, the latest to be revised in the author's lifetime being that of Venice, 1602. Il pastor fido inspired many composers of madrigals (including Claudio Monteverdi, Giaches de Wert, and Heinrich Schütz) as well as Handel's opera of the same name, first performed in 1712.*** Brunet II, 1774: "Edition rare et regardée comme la première de cette Pastorale". Chiesa. Teatro italiano del Cinquecento, 122. Choix XIII, 21504. Gay III, 665: "Première édition rare". Graesse III, 167. Adams G1430. BL Pre-1601 Italian STC, p. 317. KVK locates copies at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Münschen, Universitätsbibliothek der Freien Universität Berlin, Hauptbibliothek- Universitätsbibliothek Basel, Bibliothek Münstergasse - Universitätsbibliothek Bern, Bibliothèque - Université de Genève, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz(war loss, not possible to consult this copy), Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen, Wolfenbüttel, Herzog-August-Bibliothek, Göttigen, Universitätsbibliothek Kiel, Wiemar - Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek, Hamburg Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek. Seller Inventory # 35920

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About this Item: In Venetia, Presso Gio. Battista Bonfadino, 1590. In 4 (cm. 19x12,5), cc.nn. 138, con gr. marca tipogr. al frontespizio, iniz. e testatine xilogr., leg. pelle, titolo dor. al dorso, tagli color., sguardie marmor. Picc. restauro all' angolo ds. del front. e taglio infer. rifilato. Prima edizione del famoso capolavoro del Guarini, testo chiave nella storia della letteratura e del teatro. Razzolini, 179: "Raro". Gamba, 555: "Ha il merito di essere tenuta per la prima edizione che siasi fatta. Contiene il testo compiuto, e qualche lezione migliore di quelle che stanno nelle più reputate ristampe". Seller Inventory # 613288

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FANSHAWE, Sir Richard, translator.]

Published by London printed by R. Raworth (1647)

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About this Item: London printed by R. Raworth, 1647. 4to, engraved frontispiece portrait of Guarini and pp. [x], 223; with a full-page engraved illustration at p. [x]; rebound in modern limp vellum; the inner margins very discreetly strengthened almost throughout, but nevertheless a good large and fresh copy. First edition in English: a notable translation of a famous work of Italian pastoral, and the first independent work published by its author - Fanshawe's only earlier literary publication is a Latin poem appended to Thomas May's Supplementum Lucani (1640). The work is dedicated to Charles II as Prince of Wales, and has a prefatory poem by Sir John Denham, addressed to the translator. Sir Richard Fanshawe (1608-66) fulfils one's idea of a cavalier poet: elegant, moneyed and well-travelled, he sympathetic not only to the royalist cause but also to Catholic recusancy. He was educated at Jesus College Cambridge and then the Inner Temple, but preferred the literary life to the study of law. He spent much time in the 1630s in Spain, first as a private traveller, where he mastered the language, and then as secretary to successive ambassadors. He joined the King in Oxford at the outbreak of the Civil War, and was made secretary for war to the Prince of Wales. He remained loyal throughout the long years that followed, whether in prison in London, in rustic retirement, or in exile in Ireland or on the continent. Fanshawe is noted also for his translations from the Portuguese: he made a celebrated version of Camoens' Lusiad (1655). It is not evident where he learnt his Italian, because he seems not to have visited Italy, even after the royal party went into exile: this translation was apparently made by the time of his portrait by William Dobson was painted in about 1644, for the picture's background shows a scene from the play. Guarini's classic pastoral must have been well known in England to anyone who could read Italian, but this is the first translation into English, even though it was more than half a century old (the first edition was published at Venice in 1590). This copy comes from the library at Ickworth, Suffolk, home of the Hervey family, Earls of Bristol. It has the ownership inscription on the title page 'Tho: & Isabella', which is an abbreviated version (the surname is normally added) of the ownership inscription of Sir Thomas Hervey (1625-94) and his wife Isabella May (d. 1686). The couple's book collection must be among the very earliest joint ownership libraries in England - it is clear, as Mark Purcell and James Fishwick have written, that both were considerable readers: 'Presumably the joint inscription genuinely did reflect a joint sense of ownership, and this famously affectionate couple may well have read their books together'. Purcell and Fishwick note that Sir Thomas seems to have been able to read Italian, but it is rather less likely that his wife could too. They certainly had some literary connexions, as Thomas's elder brother John (1616-80) was a patron of Cowley and a shareholder in the Duke of York's theatre company. There are several pencil marks in the text which could have been the work of Thomas or Isabella: some of them seem to indicate a special fondness for each other - e.g. the lines on p. 216, which are underlined: O Happy couple! that hath sown in Tears And reaps in Comfort! What a foil your fears Prove to your joyes! . . True joy is a thing That springs from Vertue after suffering. The book subsequently belonged to their son John (1665-1751), and has an early bookplate, dated 1698, loosely inserted. John was raised to the peerage as Lord Hervey of Ickworth on 23 March 1703: a second bookplate commemorating the advancement is on the back of the title page. At the accession of George I, in October 1714, he was made Earl of Bristol. With his first wife, also Isabella (d. 1693) he was, like his father, also famously contented, but he is best known in literary history as the father of John, Lord Hervey (1696-1743), Alexander Pope's literary foe. W. Seller Inventory # 20123

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GUARINI, Giovanni Battista (1538-1612).

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About this Item: Kl.-4to (192 x 140 mm). Mit halbseitengrosser Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und wenigen ornamentalen Holzschnitt-Initialen. [138] Bl. Pergamentband d. Z. (Rücken am Fuss beschädigt, vereinzelte Wurmlöcher im Rücken). Venezia, Giovanni Battista Bonfadino, [December 1589] 1590. Editio princeps, mit Datum 1590 tatsächlich bereits im Dezember 1589 gedruckt. 1590 erschienen davon drei weitere Ausgaben in Ferrara und eine in Mantua. Guarinis arkadisches Drama bildet neben Tassos 'Aminta' den frühen Höhepunkt dieses Genres. Es zählt zu den meist übersetzten Werken der italienischen Literatur überhaupt und inspirierte Komponisten wie Antonio Salieri und Joseph Haydn. - Titel beschmutzt und mit kleinem Loch (alt restauriert), mit wenigen Marginalien in Tinte und an einer Stelle ohne Textverlust ausgebessert, stellenweise etwas wasserfleckig, etwas unfrisch. Exlibris Brunetto Paoletti und Franz Pollack-Parnau (1903-2002). Gamba 555 ("Rara"); STC, (Italian), 317; Adams, G-1430; The Collection of Otto Schäfer I: Italian Books (1994), Nr. 86; vgl. Govi, I classici che hanno fatto l'Italia, 155 (erste illustrierte Ausgabe 1602). Editio princeps, printed actually in fact in December 1589. Guarini's play on Arcadian themes is an incisive exposition of contemporary feeling in Italian society. 'The Faithful Shepherd' was reissued three times at Ferrara and one time at Mantova in 1590 and became one of the most popular works in Italian literature. It also inspired great composers such as Salieri and Haydn and offered a pattern for future libretto writers.- Title lightly dust soiled, with few notes by an old hand, faint waterstains. Seller Inventory # B20691

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