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The imitation of Christ : the first English translation of the 'Imitatio Christi' /
edited by B.J.H. Biggs.
imprint
Oxford ; New York : Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press, 1997.
description
lxxxix, 249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0197223125
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imprint
Oxford ; New York : Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press, 1997.
isbn
0197223125
general note
Based on Cambridge University Library MS Gg. i. 16, with variant readings based on the other three surviving manuscripts.
catalogue key
2227764
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
The Imitatio Christi, probably written by Thomas a Kempis in the 1420s, has become one of the most popular texts of Christian devotion. This new edition of its first English translation, made in the mid-fifteenth century, includes an introduction, explanatory notes, and a glossary.
Main Description
The Imitatio Christi , probably written by Thomas à Kempis in the 1420s, has become one of the most popular texts of Christian devotion. This new edition of its first English translation, made in the mid-fifteenth century, includes an introduction, explanatory notes, and a glossary.
Main Description
The Imitatio Christi , probably written by Thomas Kempis in the 1420s, has become one of the most popular texts of Christian devotion. This new edition of its first English translation, made in the mid-fifteenth century, includes an introduction, explanatory notes, and a glossary.
Main Description
TheImitatio Christi, probably written by Thomas Kempis in the 1420s, has become one of the most popular texts of Christian devotion. This new edition of its first English translation, made in the mid-fifteenth century, includes an introduction, explanatory notes, and a glossary.
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