Phisicke against fortune, as well prosperous as aduerse

conteyned in two bookes, whereby men are instructed with lyke in differencie to remedie theyr affections aswell in tyme of the bryght shynyng sunne of prosperitie, as also of the soule lowryng stormes of aduersitie : expedient for all men, but most necessary for such as be subiect to any notable insult of eyther extremitie
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Printed by Richard Watkyns , At London
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Other titlesPhisicke against fortune, as well prosperous as adverse
Statementwritten Latin by Frauncis Petrarch ... ; and now first Englished by Thomas Twyne.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
ContributionsTwyne, Thomas, 1543-1613., Watkins, Richard, d. 1599, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsPQ4496.E29 D48
The Physical Object
Pagination[8], 342, [3] leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL7014771M
LC Control Number09034589

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Published by Berkeley, Calif.: Foolscap Press. Twyne, Thomas. Phisicke against Fortune, as well prosperous, as adverse, conteyned in two Bookes. Whereby men are instructed with lyke indifferencie to remedie theyr affections, a well in tyme of the bryght shynyng sunne of prosperitie, as also of the foule lowryng stormes of adversitie.

Phisicke Against Fortune: Forty-six Dialogues. One of the books in the New York Public Library's exhibition "Ninety From The Nineties" in the Illustration section: "For this edition of Petrarch's dialogues, Lawrence Van Velzer and Peggy Gotthold made photo engravings from the 16th-century woodcuts by the "Master of Petrarch.

Hans Weiditz the Younger, Hans Weiditz der Jüngere, Hans Weiditz II ( Freiburg im Breisgau - c Bern), was a German Renaissance artist, also known as The Petrarch Master for his woodcuts illustrating Petrarch's De remediis utriusque fortunae, or Remedies for Both Good and Bad Fortune, or Phisicke Against Fortune.

He is best known today for his very lively scenes and caricatures of. Title(s): Phisicke against fortune, aswell prosperous, as adverse, conteyned in two bookes Now first Englished by Thomas Twyne. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Richard.

- Phisicke against Fortune, as Well Prosperous as Aduerse (tr. Thomas Twyne, ; introd. by Benjamin G. Kohl, ) / A Dialogue Between Reason and Adversity: A Late Middle English Version of Petrarch's "De remediis" (ed. Diekstra, ) / Petrarch’s Remedies for Fortune Fair and Foul (5 vols, with a commentary by Conrad H.

Rawski. Selected books illustrated by Hans Weiditz. Der Altenn Fechter anfengliche Kunst, Christian Egenolff, (Frankfurt am Main ) Petrarch De Remediis Utriusque Fortunae, or Remedies for Both Good and Bad Fortune, or Phisicke Against Fortune as well prosperous as adverse; References.

Abstract. This article attempts to reconstruct philologically the broad semantic field in which Prospero’s naming took place. Latin literature, early modern Eu.

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Of the dialogues, Rawski has selected four; introduction, text, translation, and com-mentary take up pages, in which there is no dead wood. How long would a complete discus.

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The Droomme of Doomes Day. Wherein the Frailties and Miseries of Mans Lyfe are lyvely portrayed and learnedly set forth. Devided, as appeareth in the Page next following Imprinted at London, for Gabriel Cawood [Bound after:]PETRARCH. TWYNNE, Thomas, translator. Phisicke against Fortune, aswell prosperous, as adverse, conteyned in two Bookes.

Phisicke against fortune, aswell prosperous, as aduerse: conteyned in two bookes. Whereby men are instructed, with lyke indifferencie to remedie theyr affections, aswell in tyme of the bryght shynyng sunne of prosperitie, as also of the foule lowryng stormes of aduersitie.

Through background and example, he shows why Phisicke Against Fortune is, as he says, "a mirror for mankind". Illustrations by Hans Weiditz Hans Weiditz (c) was an important member of the small group of outstanding woodcut designers of the German Renaissance whose membership included Albrect Dürer, Hans Holbein, and Hans Burgkmir.

IX-X, Phisicke against Fortune, as well Prosperous as Adverse (De Remediis Utriusque Fortunæ). XI, Historical Anecdotes (Rerum Memorandum Libri IV). XII, Lives of Famous Men. XIII, The Life of Julius Cæsar. XIV, The Life of Solitude and On Monastic Leisure.

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'Tis my capacity in adverse than in prosperous fortune; his defeats are to him more glorious than his victories, and his mourning than his triumph.

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