2 edition of Phancies phænix. Or. The peerless paragon of the times found in the catalog.
Phancies phænix. Or. The peerless paragon of the times
|Other titles||Phancies phoenix, Peerless paragon of the times|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:128, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:29, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2572:15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Criteria, Gender, and Origins of Paraphilias Criteria Society's Criteria Within the category of sex, the paraphilias receive among the most intense negative social judgements of all human behaviors 1. The behavior is harmful or destructive to the person engaging in it 2. The. XENOPHANES. D18 (B25) Simplicius, Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics. But without any toil, by the organ of his mind (noou phrêni) 1 he makes all things tremble.. D19 (B26) Simplicius, Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics. He always stays in the same place, not moving at all, And it is not fitting that he travel now to one place, now to another. A Doxographical Summary of Xenophanes.
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Phancies phoenix. The peerless paragon of the times.: Being a young gallants description of a lady which he hath settled his thoughts on, resolving never to change, not to love any other beauty or face in the world.
And is perswaded if there be a phoenix in the world, 'tis she. To an amorous new tune. Also Titled. Peerless paragon of the times. Phancies phænix. The peerless paragon of the times: Being a young gallants description of a lady which he hath settled his thoughts on, [illegible] never to change, not to love any other beauty of face in the world.
And is perswaded if there be a phœnix in the world, 'tis she. To an amorous new tune. Phancies phoenix. The peerless paragon of the times.: Being a young gallants description of a lady which he hath settled his thoughts on, resolving never to change, not to love any other beauty or face in the world.
And is perswaded if there be a phoenix in the world, 'tis she. To an amorous new tune. Phancies phænix. The peerless paragon of the times Being a young gallants description of a lady which he hath settled his thoughts on, [illegible] never to change, not to love any other beauty of face in the world.
And is perswaded if there be a phœnix in the world, 'tis she. To an amorous new tune. —Dwight Garner, The New York Times “A vigorous, wry, alert new translation A richer, more wrangling read than any other English translator has managed or even attempted/5(10).
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Or, The peerless paragon of the times First Lines: Come all you batchelors so brave Themes: Bachelors Ballad Work - Roud Number: V Titles: Skilly night and morning. Xenophon, Hellenica Carleton L. Brownson, Ed. ("Agamemnon", "Hom.
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