Florilegium historiale; essays presented to Wallace K. Ferguson. Editors: J. G. Rowe [and] W. H. Stockdale.
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Ferguson, Wallace Klippert, 1902-
Rowe, John Gordon.
Stockdale, W. H.
xiii, 401 p. illus., facsims., port. 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Wallace K. Ferguson.--The Italian view of Renaissance Italy, by D. Hay.--Petrarch: his inner struggles and the humanistic discovery of man's nature, by H. Baron.--A little-known letter of Erasmus and the date of his encounter with Reuchlin, by P. O. Kristeller.--De modis disputandi: the apologetic works of Erasmus, by M. P. Gilmore.--Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples and the medieval Christian mystics, by E. F. Rice.--'By little and little': the early Tudor humanists on the development of man, by A. B. Ferguson.--Atropos-Mors: observations on a rare early humanist image, by M. Meiss.--A music book for Anne Boleyn, by E. E. Lowinsky.--The enlargement of the great council of Venice, by F. C. Lane.--Biondo, Sabellico, and the beginnings of Venetian official historiography, by F. Gilbert.--An essay on the quest for identity in the early Italian Renaissance, by M. B. Becker.--Notes on the word stato in Florence before Machiavelli, by N. Rubinstein.--Bonds, coercion, and fear: Henry VII and the peerage, by J. R. Lander.--Incitement to violence? by J. R. Hale.--The principal writings of Wallace K. Ferguson (p. 400-401)
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