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earliest English translation of the first three books of the De Imitatione Christi

earliest English translation of the first three books of the De Imitatione Christi

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Published by K. Paul in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint of the 1893 ed.

Statementedited, with preface, notes, and glossary, by John K. Ingram.
SeriesEarly English Text Society (Series) -- no. 63
ContributionsIngram, John K 1823-1907.
The Physical Object
Pagination296 p.
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19327474M

  The Imitation of Christ (Dover Thrift Editions) - Kindle edition by Kempis, Thomas à, Aloysius Croft, Harold Bolton. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Imitation of . The first printed French copies appeared at Toulouse The earliest German translation was made in by J. de Bellorivo and is preserved in Cologne. The editions in German began at Augsburg in The first English translation () was by William Atkinson and Margaret, mother of Henry VII., who did the fourth book.

  Bulletin de l’Institut Historique Belge de Rome 21 (): Beaufort, Margaret. The Earliest English Translation of De imitatione Christi. John K. Ingram, ed. [EETS e.s. 63]. London: Early English Text Society, Behrens, Betty. “A . The English hymnologist James Mearns found it in a manuscript of the British Museum which dates back to about In the library of Avignon there is preserved a prayer book of Cardinal Pierre de Luxembourg (died ), which contains the prayer in practically the same form as we have it today.

  Translation and the Meaning of Everything by David Bellos. Tying together translation, history, and anthropology, Bellos argues daringly that translations of all sorts can be just as good as the original works. Does a book about translation theory sound . Includes bibliographical footnotes IntroductionList of manuscripts of the treatise "De imitatione Christi" in English librariesList of other manuscripts citedList of printed editions of the treatise "De imitatione Christi" citedThe age of Thomas à KempisSome fifteenth century manuscripts and editions of the ImitationMaster Walter Hilton and the authorship of the Imitation.


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The Vita Christi (Life of Christ), also known as the Speculum vitae Christi (Mirror of the Life of Christ) is the principal work of Ludolph of Saxony, completed in The book is not just a biography of Jesus, but also a history, a commentary borrowed from the Church Fathers, and a series of dogmatic and moral dissertations, spiritual instructions, meditations, and prayers.

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A clearer description of the book would be s: 1K. Thus begins the great work known, loved, and venerated for six centuries as The Imitation of Christ (De Imitatione Christi), first published in by the German-Dutch monk and scribe, Thomas Hemerken of Kempen, better known as Thomas à Kempis ( – 25 July ).

The treatise De Imitatione Christi has, "beyond any other book that can be named, taken possession of the heart of Christendom. It has The earliest printed English translation of the De Imitatione is Atkynson translated only the first three books of the De Imitatione, The fourth was translated by Margaret herself from the French, in.

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The Imitation of Christ (De imitatione Christi) by Thomas a Kempis (Thomas of Kempen) is the second-most widely read book in the Christian world, next to the Bible. The Imitation of Christ consists of four treatises, which are called books: the Book One - Two- Three - Four.

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