Pace (Richard), 1482?-1536
Manley (Frank), born 1930; Sylvester (Richard S.), 1926-1978, editors and translators

De Fructu qui ex doctrina percipitur (The Benefit of a liberal education) (Renaissance text series; 2)

New York, New York, Published for the Renaissance Society of America by Frederick Ungar, 1967
(24 cm), xxvi, 190 pp. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket. - “An exercise in the genre of the Utopia… and of the Praise of Folly, and intended, it seems, for the diversion of Colet and his school”, this is the author’s only original literary work, published at Basel in 1517 – and not reprinted until now (reviewed by J.B. Trapp, in Renaissance Quarterly, volume 21, 1968, pp.453-455). A facsimile of the copy in Yale University Library with an English translation. ¶ Unmarked copy, as new.
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