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Robert Burton"s Philosophaster

Connie H. McQuillen

Robert Burton"s Philosophaster

a critical edition with English translation

by Connie H. McQuillen

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burton, Robert, -- 1577-1640.,
  • Burton, Robert, -- 1577-1640 -- Criticism and interpretation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Connie H. McQuillen.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 515 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages515
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16617678M

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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Robert Burton, Paul Jordan-Smith. Life. Born at Lindley, Leicestershire, Robert Burton was the son of Ralph and Dorothy Burton and the brother of William Burton the antiquary.

Burton spent most of his life at Oxford, first as a pupil at Brasenose College, and then as a student (the equivalent of a fellow at other Oxford and Cambridge colleges) of Christ studied a large number of diverse subjects, many of which Alma mater: Brasenose College, Oxford.

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A Latin comedy, Philosophaster, originally written by Robert Burton in and acted at Christ Church inwas long supposed to be lost; but in it was printed for the Roxburghe Club from a manuscript belonging to the Rev.

Buckley, who edited it with elaborate care and appended a collection of the academical exercises that Burton Died: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Robert Burton's Philosophaster with an English Translation of the Same.

Together with His Other Minor Writings in Prose and Verse at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Robert Burton and the problems of polymathy Kathryn Murphy I INTRODUCTION In a collection of signatures, dedications, and entries in libri amicorum now in the Bodleian Library, there is a little-noticed memorial to Robert Burton, written on the flyleaf of a book he had left to a friend.

The hand is probably. The English scholar and clergyman Robert Burton () wrote "The Anatomy of Melancholy," an analysis of the symptoms, causes, and cures of the melancholic temperament. Robert Burton was born at Lindley, Leicestershire, on Feb. 8, He entered Brasenose College, Oxford, in but transferred to Christ Church.

In he was elected a fellow. Discussed, with a facsimile example of f. 9r, in McQuillen's edition, p. and in her ‘Robert Burton's Philosophaster. Holograph Status of the Manuscripts’, Manuscripta, 29 (),where it is suggested that the ‘corrections and additions’ are probably in Burton's own hand.

Robert Burton (Also wrote under the pseudonym Democritus Junior) English essayist, poet, and playwright. Burton is remembered primarily for The Anatomy of Melancholy (), a voluminous. Angus Gowland investigates the theory of melancholy and its many applications in the Renaissance by means of a wide-ranging contextual analysis of Robert Burton's encyclopaedic Anatomy of Melancholy (first published in ).

Approaching the Anatomy as the culmination of early modern medical, Price: $ of Melancholy" N&Q, xiv (), Philosophaster and Burton's few Latin poems have been translated by Paul Jordan-Smith, Philosophaster ( 1). Two Burton letters have been printed.

Skeat in "A Letter by Robert Burton," BMQ, xxn (i),reproduces and discusses Burton's letter to a Mr. Smith of Niblye, dated August 7, ROBERT BURTON () The standard edition of Burtonâ s The Anatomy ofhfelancholy remains A. Shilletoâ s,3 vols.

A new annotated edition, however, is scheduled for publication by the Clarendon Press in the Oxford English Text series: Thomas Faulkner and Nicolas Kiessling are editing the Text; J.

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