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By Robert M. Schuler

Of curiosity to interdisciplinary historians in addition to these in a number of different fields, this publication provides the 1st e-book of 14 poems starting from 12 to 3,000 traces. The poems are revealed within the chronological order in their composition, from Elizabethan to Augustan occasions, yet 9 of them are verse translations of works from previous sessions within the improvement of alchemy. every one has a textual and old creation and explanatory notice by way of the Editor. Renaissance alchemy is stated as an incredible point within the histories of early smooth technology and medication. This ebook emphasises those poems’ expression of and shaping impression on spiritual, social and political values and associations in their time too and is an invaluable reference paintings with a lot to provide for cultural reports and literary reviews in addition to technological know-how and historical past.

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Ashmole certainly knew of Backhouse's translations (ca. 21 Lullian paraphrase, a purely gratuitous addition). 20They are "The Argument of Morien and Merlin" (Ashmole prints only vv. 77-94 and 100-114 of its 370 lines); "The Working of the Phylozophers stone" (169 lines); and "The Marrow or Pithe of Alkymy," by William Bollose (19 stanzas of rhymeroyal, in six MSS). Some of these may date from after 1500, but only the first has been published (by F. Sherwood Taylor, Chymia 1 [1948]: 23-35). Other unprinted Middle English texts range in length from four to twenty-one lines.

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