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The Circe / of Signior Giovanni Battista Gelli of the Academy of Florence. Consisting of ten dialogues between [Ulysses and several] men transform'd into beasts: giving a lively representation of the various passions, and [the] many infelicities of humane life. Done out of Italian, by Mr. Tho. Brown.

  • Gelli, Giovanni Battista, 1498-1563.
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1702
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Also known as

Circe. English

Publication/Creation

London : Printed for John Nutt, 1702.

Physical description

8 unnumbered pages, 295 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 18 cm (8vo)

Notes

A cancellandum t.p. omits the title words given above in square brackets; the cancel t.p. includes them
Based on the story of Circe in Homer's Odyssey, and a hint in Plutarch's Lives
"A catalogue of books, to be sold by John Nutt", p.[296].
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: Lawson 265 Note: With cancellandum t.p. Binding: recent quarter calf. With unidentified C19th? armorial ownership stamp (final page), and C20th stamp of "Ihone Clerk"; t.p. signed "H. Littledale 1902"

References note

ESTC T127928

Languages

  • English
  • Italian


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