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The Resource A moral fable-talk, Arthur Golding ; that is to say a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts. Wherein the labyrinth or maze of man's life is set forth; and the way of virtue, by most beautiful precepts (as it were by Theseus's clue of yarn) is directed. [Title continued in note]

A moral fable-talk, Arthur Golding ; that is to say a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts. Wherein the labyrinth or maze of man's life is set forth; and the way of virtue, by most beautiful precepts (as it were by Theseus's clue of yarn) is directed. [Title continued in note]

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A moral fable-talk
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A moral fable-talk
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Arthur Golding ; that is to say a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts. Wherein the labyrinth or maze of man's life is set forth; and the way of virtue, by most beautiful precepts (as it were by Theseus's clue of yarn) is directed. [Title continued in note]
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Arion Press. Bibliography of the Arion Press
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non fiction
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bibliography
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A moral fable-talk, Arthur Golding ; that is to say a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts. Wherein the labyrinth or maze of man's life is set forth; and the way of virtue, by most beautiful precepts (as it were by Theseus's clue of yarn) is directed. [Title continued in note]
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  • Title continues: ...Transcribed and edited from the autograph manuscript (c. 1586) in the Columbia University Library with an introduction, notes and glossary by Richard G. Barnes. Now first published with etchings by Marcus Gheeraerts from Mythologia ethica of Arnold Freitag (1579), the source in Latin for this translation
  • Sub-title printed within illustrated border
  • This is the twenty-fifth book of the Arion Press. It was printed in an edition limited to 425 copies
  • The layout of the pages follows the form of emblem books of the sixteenth century and emulates Plantin's printing of the Latin source for Golding's translation, Mythologica ethica of Arnold Freitag. The illustrations were taken from that book
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 351-353
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Dimensions
21 cm.
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353 p., [1] leaf
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9780910457156
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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Bound in full brown leather with gilt ornamentation (using a stamping die made up of printers' flowers at Arion Press inspired by sixteenth-century ornamental covers) on covers and spine.
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  • (RLIN)UTBG88-B17186
  • (NRN)DAS8960
  • (OCoLC)ocn135725942
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A moral fable-talk, Arthur Golding ; that is to say a most delectable Garden of moral philosophy, conveyed in fables, by speeches attributed to brute beasts. Wherein the labyrinth or maze of man's life is set forth; and the way of virtue, by most beautiful precepts (as it were by Theseus's clue of yarn) is directed. [Title continued in note]
Publication
Note
  • Title continues: ...Transcribed and edited from the autograph manuscript (c. 1586) in the Columbia University Library with an introduction, notes and glossary by Richard G. Barnes. Now first published with etchings by Marcus Gheeraerts from Mythologia ethica of Arnold Freitag (1579), the source in Latin for this translation
  • Sub-title printed within illustrated border
  • This is the twenty-fifth book of the Arion Press. It was printed in an edition limited to 425 copies
  • The layout of the pages follows the form of emblem books of the sixteenth century and emulates Plantin's printing of the Latin source for Golding's translation, Mythologica ethica of Arnold Freitag. The illustrations were taken from that book
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 351-353
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
353 p., [1] leaf
Isbn
9780910457156
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Bound in full brown leather with gilt ornamentation (using a stamping die made up of printers' flowers at Arion Press inspired by sixteenth-century ornamental covers) on covers and spine.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (RLIN)UTBG88-B17186
  • (NRN)DAS8960
  • (OCoLC)ocn135725942

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