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The Oeuvres Of François Villon
1489. Condition: Very Good. In-12 bound full calf, piece of red morocco title, triple edging on the dishes, edging on the cups, speckled slices, title, to readers, tables, privilege of the king, that is 7 sheets, the Oeuvres are bound in our copy as follows: Frank sacks. The free archbishop of Baignollet. The dialogue of the gentlemen of Mallepaye, and of Baillevant: 64 pages, Letter to Monsieur de ***, by sending him the new edition of the Oeuvres of François Villon: 56 pages, Le petit testament de F. Villon, thus titled without consent of the author, as he says in the second book '. 112 pages. According to 'to the readers' the first part, that is to say in our edition the second and the third, was published following the edition of Clément Marot, with this difference that we put in the margins the various lessons learned editions prior to that of Marot. The footnotes marked by Lettres are from Clément Marot, the one marked by numbers are from another hand. In the various lessons which are at the margins the Gothic edition of Vérard, is marked V. that of Niverd also Gothic N. that of Galliot Dupré G. of P., the others are stated throughout. The first edition of Villon's Oeuvres , given by the bookseller Pierre Levet, according to manuscripts different from those which have been preserved, is very faulty. There were twenty editions, consistent with the first, except for the addition of new faults, from 1489 to 1533. In 1533 appeared the edition of Clément Marot, "patched up" with the help of conjectures, which were not all happy; it was reproduced ten times until 1542. No r … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
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