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Inscription in Nova Solyma, the ideal city; or, Jerusalem regained; an anonymous romance written in the time of Charles I


Description Probable editor's gift inscription, "Jacobo Hiltonio Amico Suo Amicissimo D. D. D Libri hujus Editor et Interpres. W. B. A.D. CMMII".
Created Date 2017-03-15
Contributor Gott, Samuel (Author) / Milton, John (Author) / Begley, Walter (Editor) / Looser, Devoney (Project director)
Subject Author's Gift Inscription
Series Book Traces
Type Image
Extent 2 v. facsims. 23 cm
Language English
Identifier LCCN PR3291 .A1 N6x 1902 v. 1
Copyright
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Citation Begley, Walter, ed. and tr. (1902). Nova Solyma, the ideal city; or, Jerusalem regained; an anonymous romance written in the time of Charles I, London:J. Murray.
Note Nova Solyma, the ideal city; or, Jerusalem regained; an anonymous romance written in the time of Charles I. Now first drawn from obscurity, and attributed to the illustrious John Milton. With introduction, translation, literary essays and a bibliography by the Rev. Walter Begley.

Begley, Walter, 1845-1905, ed. and tr.
Gott, Samuel, 1613-1671, supposed author.
Milton, John, 1608-1674, supposed author.
Collaborating Institutions Department of English
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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