The Correspondence of Erasmus

The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 446-593 (1516-17)

R.A.B Mynors
D.F.S. Thomson
annotated by James K. McConica
Volume: 4
Copyright Date: 1977
Pages: 447
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    The Correspondence of Erasmus
    Book Description:

    In the months following, covered in this volume of the CWE, from August 1516 to June 1517, the active exchange of letters that began with volume 3 continued, giving a vivid impression of the impact of Erasmus' great achievement upon his contemporaries.

    eISBN: 978-1-4426-8100-2
    Subjects: History, Philosophy, Language & Literature

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. vii-vii)
  3. Illustrations
    (pp. viii-x)
  4. Preface
    (pp. xi-xv)
    JKM
  5. Map showing the principal places mentioned in volume 4
    (pp. xvi-xvi)
  6. THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ERASMUS LETTERS 446 TO 593
    (pp. 1-398)
  7. COMPENDIUM VITAE ERASMI ROTERODAMI
    (pp. 399-410)

    This document was published by P.S. Allen in the first volume of theErasmi epistolae,pages 46–52, along with other material of a biographical nature; it belongs with Ep 1437 to Conradus Goclenius, dated 2 April 1524. Because of the close relation between this text and that of Ep 447, which it largely overlaps, it appears as an Appendix to this volume as well.

    TheCompendium vitaewas first published by Paul Merula at the University of Leiden from a manuscript he thought to be an autograph:Vita Des. Erasmi Roterodami ex ipsius manu fideliter repraesentata(Leiden: Basson 1607)....

  8. TABLE OF CORRESPONDENTS
    (pp. 412-415)
  9. WORKS FREQUENTLY CITED
    (pp. 416-418)
  10. SHORT TITLE FORMS FOR ERASMUS’ WORKS
    (pp. 419-422)
  11. Index
    (pp. 423-447)