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REBOUL Guillaume
Les actes du synode universel de la saincte réformation tenu à Monpelier l
A Montpellier: chez le libertin imprimeur juré de la sainte réformation et se vendent au coin de la loge, 1600. Fine. chez le libertin imprimeur juré de la sainte réformation et se vendent au coin de la loge, A Montpellier 1600, in 12, 223pp., relié. - Rare second edition, first published the previous year. Full sheepskin Tawny late nineteenth back to 5 pet. Nerves, double gilt fillets enclosing the nerves, parts black and red title. Triple fillet border on covers. Little miss at the end of each joint, binding rubbed, clipped short. Guillaume Reboul (1560-1611), famous French writer and pamphleteer which most of the work seems focused on his obsessive hatred of Protestants. Itself from a Protestant family, he converted and will almost immediately excommunicated ultimate satire against Pope will cost beheading in Rome. His work is mainly satirical and pamphleteer, there falls a careful reading and a taste for Rabelais. The Synod makes the scene and the actors of Protestantism whose purpose is sworn atheism and the ruin of souls, the staging is more funny and offbeat it is not a story, but synod with a real profession of faith and action of each major character of Protestantism. His immoderate taste for satire to criticize violently pushed as the Jesuits, the English, the Germans? The Protestant doctrine and his ministers. Note the passages in dialect Languedoc. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Deuxième et rare édition, une première par … [Click Below for Full Description]
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