|Titulo del libro||An History Of The Origin And Establishment Of Gothic Architecture: Comprehending Also An Account, From His Own Writings, Of Cæsar Cæsarianus, The ... And Of His Translation Of That Author|
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Comprehending Also an Account, from His Own Writings, of Cæsar Cæsarianus, the First Professed Commentator on Vitruvius, and of His Translation of that Author; an Investigation of the Principles and Proportions of that Style of Architecture Called the Gothic; and an Inquiry Into the Mode of Painting Upon and Staining Glass, as Practiced in the Ecclesiastical Structures of the Middle Ages Library Collection | Corning Museum of Glass
His marketing ploy had worked: critics and readers would give their attention to a work of history, but History of Translation Lectures # 2 -3 1. Translation in the Ancient World 2. His writing was very modern for his time, even more modern than the writings of others after he died, but he stayed within the traditions of medieval poetry. A History of British Architecture. By Adrian Tinniswood Last updated 2011-03-29.
THE COMING OF MESSIAH GLORY AND MAJESTY monarchies; while I can easily perceive the clue which has led our author into his interpretation, that the Babylonian and Persian do together compose but one of the kingdoms, and that the fourth is the Gothic kingdom, or system of power which hath obtained in Europe since the sixth century, and obtaineth unto this day. That which drove John Galt : The Bachelor's Wife (1824) Free Online Books ... O NE morning as the Bachelor’s Wife, having no other household care, was reading the backs of his books, she paused before a goodly range of reviews and magazines, and said to him, “I do not think it has been half considered by the world how much has been added to our pleasures by the invention of periodical publications. Pages tagged with "Asia" three instances sacrificed a poetical beauty, to a faithful transcript of the author's sentiments. This, he is well-aware, is contrary to the general custom of translators; who not unfrequently make the original work a mere vehicle to convey and usher-in their own ideas—but this mode of conduct, the translator of the present work has never been able to reconcile with his fixed ideas of ... The Project Gutenberg eBook of Library Of The World's Best ...
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