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Ivor Arnold

Published by Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg - PUS (1995)

ISBN 10: 286820032X ISBN 13: 9782868200327

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg - PUS, 1995. Condition: Neuf. Seller Inventory # 9782868200327

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Ivor Arnold

Published by Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg - PUS (1995)

ISBN 10: 286820032X ISBN 13: 9782868200327

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg - PUS, 1995. Condition: D'occasion - Comme neuf. Livre comme neuf. Expédition en suivi postal. Brand new book. Tracking number per all orders. Seller Inventory # 9782868200327

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BONET H.

Published by Silvestre (1845)

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About this Item: Silvestre, 1845. Couverture rigide. - Silvestre, Paris 1845, 17,5x23cm, xxiii + 84 pages, relié. - Edition de luxe réservée aux bibliophiles imprimée par Crapelet à seulement 117 ex, le nôtre un des 100 sur vergé. Reliure en demi chagrin fauve à coins, dos à cinq nerfs orné de filets et de fleurons dorés, filets dorés sur les plats, quelques taches et traces d'usure affectant les plats, tête dorée, reliure signée par Bruyère. Ouvrage illustré de 10 gravures hors-texte tirées sur chine. Bel exemplaire élégamment établi. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition luxury reserved for printed Crapelet only 117 ex bibliophiles, ours a 100 on rod. Bound in half tan wedge shagreen, back with five nerves decorated with nets and golden jewels, gilt fillets on covers, some stains and signs of wear affecting boards, gilded head, binding signed by Heather. Book illustrated with 10 engravings inset drawn on China. Fine copy elegantly prepared. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! xxiii + 84 pages. Seller Inventory # 4272

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BONET Honoré (BONNER) & JEAN LE MEUNG, Jerôme Pichon (preface).

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About this Item: .: Paris, chez Silvestre, imprimé par Crapelet, 1845, in-4°, xxiii + 84 pp, demi reliure cuir à la Bradel, tr. sup. dor., couvert. cons., avec 10 gravures h.t. appliqué sur chine, ex-libris gravé de Charles de Larcharrière. Brunet p.1097, tiré à 117 exemplaires, beau specimen d'une édition bibliophilique, avec une introduction de Jerôme Pichon. Seller Inventory # 1480

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L'APPARITION DE JEHAN DE MEUN OU LE: VELLUM PRINTING). (MEDIEVAL

VELLUM PRINTING). (MEDIEVAL FRENCH LITERATURE). BONET, HONORÉ

Published by Imprimé par Crapelet pour la Société des Bibliophiles Français, Paris (1845)

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About this Item: Imprimé par Crapelet pour la Société des Bibliophiles Français, Paris, 1845. 235 x 181 mm. (9 1/4 x 7 1/8"). 2 p.l. (the first blank), xxiii, [i], 84 pp. NO. 7 OF 17 COPIES ON VELLUM (printed for M. le Comte de La Bédoyère, member of the Société des Bibliophiles) (plus 100 copies issued on paper.). RECENT FINE WHITE PIGSKIN, DECORATED IN BLIND IN A MEDIEVAL STYLE, BY COURTLAND BENSON. Housed in a titled custom-made morocco-backed folding cloth box. With 10 engraved plates replicating illustrations from early manuscript copies of the work. Front pastedown with morocco bookplate of Comte H. de La Bédoyère and engraved bookplate of Marcellus Schlimovich; front free endpaper with embossed library stamp of Dr. Detlef Mauss; half-title with ink library stamp of Sociedad Hebraica Argentina (Collection M. Schlimovich). Brunet I, 1097; Graesse VII, 105. A FINE COPY, especially clean and bright internally, with only the most trivial imperfections, and in a striking new retrospective binding. This is a beautiful copy of an important work of Medieval French literature that had largely been forgotten until the Society of Bibliophiles brought out this luxury edition, which was praised for the beauty of its typography. Honoré Bonet (or Bouvet, ca. 1340-ca. 1410) was the prior of Salon, a Benedictine monastery in Provence. In this social satire attacking quack physicians, rapacious lenders, and corrupt crusaders first published in 1398, Jean de Meun, who satirized society in the "Romance of the Rose," appears to the author in a dream with fresh attacks on the failings of contemporary France. Bonet used the voices of the oppressed and outcast to make his points: in the dream, a Jew inveighs against the Christians who banished his people from France only to take up the profession of moneylending themselves and a Saracen criticizes luxury-loving French crusaders who mistreat their prisoners. A physician decries the charlatans--like those treating the king--whose superstitious spells and absurd cures undermine the credibility of the profession, and a Jacobin acts as the voice of Bonet, who seeks reforms for these ills. Bonet was an important influence on other writers of the period, including Christine de Pisan, who cited his works, and William Caxton. This copy was printed for French collector Henri Huchet, comte de La Bédoyère, who was at the time of publication assembling a second great library; he had sold his first collection in 1837, but soon regretted it and began to acquire fine books once again. This work is rare in the marketplace: ABPC records none at auction since at least 1975; Americana Exchange finds just one copy (on paper); the two copies currently available for sale are both on paper. This is a beautiful copy of an important work of Medieval French literature that had largely been forgotten until the Society of Bibliophiles brought out this luxury edition, which was praised for the beauty of its typography. Honoré Bonet (or Bouvet, ca. 1340-ca. 1410) was the prior of Salon, a Benedictine monastery in Provence. In this social satire attacking quack physicians, rapacious lenders, and corrupt crusaders first published in 1398, Jean de Meun, who satirized society in the "Romance of the Rose," appears to the author in a dream with fresh attacks on the failings of contemporary France. Bonet used the voices of the oppressed and outcast to make his points: in the dream, a Jew inveighs against the Christians who banished his people from France only to take up the profession of moneylending themselves and a Saracen criticizes luxury-loving French crusaders who mistreat their prisoners. A physician decries the charlatans--like those treating the king--whose superstitious spells and absurd cures undermine the credibility of the profession, and a Jacobin acts as the voice of Bonet, who seeks reforms for these ills. Bonet was an important influence on other writers of the period, including Christine de Pisan, who cited his works, and William Caxton. This copy was printed for French collector Henri Huchet, comte de La. Seller Inventory # ST12163

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