Catalogue of the choice books found by Pantagruel in the Abbey of Saint Victor.
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Published by Printed for W. P. Wreden in Burlingame, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Imaginary books and libraries.

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Edition Notes

StatementDevised by François Rabelais. Translated and annotated by Walter Klinefelter, a student of catalogues.
ContributionsRabelais, François, ca. 1490-1553?
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ1024 .K55
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 83 p.
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6116143M
LC Control Number52014662
OCLC/WorldCa2043522

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Abbey of Saint-Victor after his visit to Paris in While relishing this idyllic setting he could predict neither the demolition of the Abbey after its suppression in , nor that the site would come to be occupied in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries by the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris (Ouy, Histoire, 86). The. The Liturgical Poetry of Adam of St. Victor, Volume 1 The Liturgical Poetry of Adam of St. Victor, Adam (de Saint-Victor) The Liturgical Poetry of Adam of , from the Text of Gautier, Digby Strangeways Wrangham (ed. and tr) Author: Adam (de Saint-Victor) Editors: L. Gautier, D. S. Wranghsm: Translated by: D. S. Wranghsm: Publisher. Welcome to the website of Hardy Books Welcome to Hardy Books. We are a rare and out-of-print book and ephemera seller located in Nevada City, California, in the heart of the California Northern Mines Gold Country. More CATALOGUE OF THE CHOICE BOOKS FOUND BY PANTAGRUEL IN THE ABBEY OF SAINT VICTOR. DEVISED BY SAWYER, Lorenzo. two catalogs compiled for the abbey in The Abbey of Saint-Victor and Its Library. The Abbey of Saint-Victor antedated even the University of Paris, a consortium it joined as a founding member in the thirteenth. century.