3 edition of An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass found in the catalog.
An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass
|Other titles||Annotomia della messa.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 928:7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||140, 151-159, 170-264 [i.e. 246],  leaves|
|Number of Pages||264|
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Get this from a library. An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass: Which discouereth the horrible errors, and the infinit abuses vnknowen to the people, aswel of the mass as of the mass book, very profitable, yea most necessary for al Christian people.
VVith a sermon of the sacrament of thankesgyuyng in the end, whiche declareth whether Christ be bodyly in the sacrament or not. Anthoni de Adamo [Agostino Mainardi], “The Examinacion of the Kyrie Eleeson and of the Gloria in Excelsis Deo, and how that Many Praiers after the Gloria in Excelsis, be Wicked, and that the Epistle and Gospell, and Generally the Whole Worde of God in the Masse, are Vnworthely and Euell Fauoredly Handled”, in An Anatomi, that is to Say a Parting in Peeces of the Mass.
nardo's An Anatomi; That Is to Say a Parting in Peeces of the Mass (Strasburg?, ), STCprinted abroad because of the restrictions noted above.
The next title, translated into English by Thomas Twyne, is in the opposite religious vein. Purchased at a Sotheby auction was Heinrich Bullinger's Tragedies of Tyrants (London, ), STC An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass. Which discouereth the horrible errors, and the infinit abuses vnknowen to the people, aswel of the mass as of the mass book, very profitable, yea most necessary for al Christian people.
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has come within my reach I might almost say, has come into the. market without being examined and catalogued, and in this way An Anatomi, that is to say a Parting in Peeces of the Mass.
of Preaching, Expounding and vnknowne to the people, aswel of the Prophesying As it was delivered in: Mass as of the Mass Book, very. II und III. Smeed, a.a.O., S. 19f. konstatiert: Reading a character from, say, the s, one will often find, for instance, a motif that could go back to a late sixteenth-century imitation of Roman satire, or one that could have been prompted by the commonplace books or by memories of some allegorical work or book.
In its incorporation of sacramental language and gestures, in its emphasis on the fraught relationship of the word and the flesh, and even in its demonic leanings, Christopher Marlowe’s The Tragicall Historie of Doctor Faustus (A versionB version ) may well be one of the most Eucharistic of English dramas.
1 Doctor Faustus invites us to examine what happened to rep- resentations. Full text of "The Stanford dictionary of anglicised words and phrases;" See other formats. That Mad-cap yet superiour praise doth win, Who, out of hope, even casts his cap at sin.1 'Quoted from Collier1s Rarest Books, Vol.
IV, pp. by Alden in The Rise of Formal Satire in England under Classical Influence, Puhl. Univ. Penn., Vol. VII, No. 2, pp.The summary of Collier's account of the book is also from Prof. Alden. Richard F. Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, in An Anatomi, that is to Say a Parting in Peeces of the Mass.
Which Discouereth the Horrible Errors, and the Infinit Abuses Vnknowen to the People, aswel of the Mass as of the Mass Book, very Profitable. 7 Cf. MacCulloch, Tudor Church Militant: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation (London, ); and N. Jones, The Birth of the Elizabethan Age: England in the s (Cambridge, Mass., ).
8 See Chap this volume; also John King, ‘Fiction and Fact in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs’, in D. Loades, ed., John Foxe and the English.