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  • Author:
    Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas
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The Works of Guillaume de Salluste, Sieur du Bartas, 3 vols

The Works of Guillaume de Salluste, Sieur du Bartas, 3 vols. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1935–40).

Close section The Divine Works and Weeks. Close section THE DECAY THE IIII BOOK OF THE IIII DAY OF THE II WEEK.

The Divine Weeks and Works of Guillaume de Saluste Sieur du Bartas, Vol. 1. Ed. Susan Snyder (1979). Close section The Divine Works and Weeks. The vocation the I part of the III day of the II week. The fathers a part of the II part of the III day of the II week. Close section THE LAWE THE III PART OF THE III DAY OF THE II WEEK. The captaines the IIII part of the III day of the II week. The tropheis the I part of the IIII day of the II week.

Guillaume de Saluste, Sieur Du Bartas. engraving of Du Bartas (Nicolas de Larmessin, possibly late 17th to early 18th century)

Guillaume de Saluste, Sieur Du Bartas. engraving of Du Bartas (Nicolas de Larmessin, possibly late 17th to early 18th century). Each Semaine consists of individual jours (days) which can be read separately. La Semaine ou creation du Monde. La Semaine ou creation du Monde ('The Week, of creation of the World'), subsequently also known as La Premiere Sepmaine was first printed in Paris in 1578, and was immediately popular.

Modern Philology, Vol. 113, Issue. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views

Modern Philology, Vol. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.

Joshuah Sylvester, The Divine Weeks and Works of Guillaume de Saluste, Sieur du Bartas.

Joshuah Sylvester, The Divine Weeks and Works of Guillaume de Saluste, Sieur du Bartas.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. The Divine Weeks and Works of Guillaume de Saluste, Sieur du Bartas. Translated by Josuah Sylvester

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. Campbell, W. Gardner. Dobranski, Stephen B. "Clustering and Curling Locks: The Matter of Hair in Paradise Lost. Translated by Josuah Sylvester.

Yvonne Bellinger, Du Bartas auteur europen, in Horizons europens de la littrature franaise au XVIIe sicle, ed. Wolfgang Leiner and Roger Duchne (1988), 1525, outlines the fortunes of Du Bartas in Britain and on the Continent. Yvonne Bellenger and Jean-Claude Ternaux, Bibliographie des crivains franais: Du Bartas (1998), supply an annotated bibliography charting studies of Du Bartas reception.

Guillaume de Saluste Du Bartas was the most popular and . Oxford English Monographs. The first part shows that Du Bartas' friendship with James VI and I was key to his later popularity.

Guillaume de Saluste Du Bartas was the most popular and widely-imitated poet in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England and Scotland. Shows how Du Bartas, one of Europe's most popular and significant sixteenth-century poets, shaped English literary history. Situates English poetry in relation to Scottish and French literature. Adopts new approaches to literary imitation and reception, with extensive archival work. Du Bartas' poetry symbolized a transnational Protestant literary culture in Huguenot France and Britain.

Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas, Bartas: his Devine weekes and works, trans. Joshua Sylvester, facs. by F. C. Haber (Gainesville: Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1965). PQ 1616 E258 1965 Robarts Library. 077 But ev'n as many (or more) quarrels cumber

Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas, Bartas: his Devine weekes and works, trans. 077 But ev'n as many (or more) quarrels cumber. 078Th' old heathen schools about the heavens' number. 079One holds but one; making the world's eyes shine. 080Through the thin-thickness of that chrystal line, . 081(As through the ocean's clear and liquid flood. 082The slippery fishes up and down do scud).