The Correspondence of Erasmus

The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 1252-1355 (1522-1523), Volume 9

translated by R.A.B. Mynors
annotated by James M. Estes
Volume: 9
Copyright Date: 1989
Pages: 495
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/9781442680944
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    The Correspondence of Erasmus
    Book Description:

    A special feature of this volume is the first fully annotated translation of Erasmus'Catalogues Iucubrationum(Ep 1341 A), an extremely important document for the study of Erasmus' life and works and of the controversies they aroused.

    eISBN: 978-1-4426-8094-4
    Subjects: History

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. vii-vii)
  3. Illustrations
    (pp. viii-viii)
  4. Preface
    (pp. ix-xviii)
    JME
  5. Map showing the principal places mentioned in volume 9
    (pp. xix-xx)
  6. THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ERASMUS LETTERS 1252 TO 1355
    (pp. 1-458)

    Greetings, my most learned Zasius. I was delighted to hear that you are well, and in good spirits too. Ursinus¹ is as good a scholar and as open-hearted a man as any I ever saw. To him alone I almost owe my life; his delightful company is so refreshing. A visit to Freiburg would not be unwelcome,² had I not bound myself wholly to the treadmill once again.

    As for this business of Luther, I know not how it will turn out. From the start I always foresaw that it might end in civil strife, and now I fear just...

  7. TABLE OF CORRESPONDENTS
    (pp. 460-462)
  8. WORKS FREQUENTLY CITED
    (pp. 463-465)
  9. SHORT-TITLE FORMS FOR ERASMUS’ WORKS
    (pp. 466-470)
  10. Index
    (pp. 471-495)
  11. Back Matter
    (pp. 496-496)