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The Christiad

A Poem In Six Books

by Marcus Hieronymus Vida

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJ. Cranwell (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages414
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10521421M
ISBN 100548191034
ISBN 109780548191033
OCLC/WorldCa179784113

JAMES GARDNER. Christiad. The I Tatti Renaissance Library, Harvard University Press. Cambridge MA. Pp. xxviii + ISBN $ James Gardner's new translation of Marco Girolamo Vida's Christiad, the sixteenth century epic account of the life of Christ modeled on Vergil's Aeneid, is a welcome addition to the growing "I. The Christiad: An Heroic Poem, in Six Books. Written by Marcus Hieronymus Vida; And Translated Into English Verse: Corrected, and Imp (Paperback or Softback) This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It.

When Christ at Cana's feast by pow'r divine, inspir'd cold water, with the warmth of wine. See cry'd they, while, in red'ning tide, it gush'd, the bashful stream hath seen its God and blush'd. — Aaron Hill, translation of Crashaw's Latin lines. The inclusion of Marco Girolamo Vida’s six book epic Christiad in the series needs no defense, given its popularity for Italian Renaissance readers and its skillful execution. 1 In general, Gardner’s volume on this lengthy narrative epic succeeds in providing a convenient and reliable version of Vida’s verse to join the other volumes in Author: Lee Fratantuono.

Buy Christiad: Marco Girolamo Vida (I Tatti Renaissance Library) (The I Tatti Renaissance Library) by Marco Girolamo Vida, James Gardner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. More Miracles Quotes. You have been told that God is a loving, gracious, merciful, kind, compassionate, wonderful, and good sky fairy who runs a day care in the sky and has a bucket of suckers for everyone because we're all good people. (Ed. ). See also Vida, Christiad, Book III. , and, Book II. Also Hymn of Andrew, Vel Hydriis.


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Christiad Translating Vida's Latin epic line by line. Wednesday, 29 April Book 2, lines [Previously: Book 1 lines ]. Book 2 begins. At Solymi trepidi rerum, et formidine caeci, noctem illam patrum primi, templique ministri insomnem duxere; animis adeò addita cura.

The Christiad (Latin Christias) is an epic poem in six cantos on the life of Jesus Christ by Marco Girolamo (Marcus Hieronymus) Vida modeled on was first published in Cremona in (see in poetry). Modern Editions. G.C. Drake and C.A.

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BOOK I. I. I sing the Cross!-Ye white-robed angel choirs, Who know the chords of harmony to sweep, Ye who o'er holy David's varying wires Were wont, of old, your hovering watch to keep, Oh, now descend! and with your harpings deep,Author: Henry Kirke White.The final image looks, perhaps, like an abrupt shift in focus away from from the patriarchs to a pecky avis, but Vida is in fact picking up and tying-off (as it were) the Egyptian and serpentine threads from earlier in the passage: A pelican is a bird of Egypt, and dwelleth in deserts beside the river Nile.Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy The Christiad (Paperback) at