3 edition of The buke of John Maudeuill found in the catalog.
The buke of John Maudeuill
Sir John Mandeville
|Statement||edited together with the French text, notes, and an introduction by George F. Warner ; illustrated with twenty-eight miniatures reproduced in facsimile from the Additional MS. 24,189 ; printed for the Roxburghe Club. --|
|Contributions||Jean d"Outremeuse, 1338-1400., Warner, George F. Sir, 1845-1936., British Museum., British Library., Roxburghe Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xlvi, 232,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||232|
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In his Book of Marvels and Travels, Sir John Mandeville describes a journey from Europe to Jerusalem and on into Asia, and the many wonderful and monstrous peoples and practices in the n in the fourteenth century, the Book is a captivating blend of fact and fantasy, an extraordinary travel narrative that offers some revealing and unexpected attitudes towards other races Cited by: 8.
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The actual author of the tales remains as uncertain as the existence of the English knight Sir John Mandeville himself. The book originated in French about –57 and was soon translated into many languages, an English version appearing about The narrator Mandeville identifies himself as a knight of St.
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Both Warner and Bovenschen worked extensively to establish the sources to which The Book of John Mandeville owes much of its material. Bovenschen’s “Untersuchungen über Johann von Mandeville” and the notes to Warner’s Buke of John Mandeville continue to provide the most substantial underpinning for our understanding of the Book’s use of sources.
The work purports to tell the story of one John Mandeville, a knight from St Albans in the south of England, who set off on a journey to the Holy Land and on to Asia and Africa in In fact, there was no John Mandeville, and the work was compiled by an anonymous author writing at some point in the middle of the 14th century.
p. v BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville were edited anonymously inin the version for which a ‘Cotton’ manuscript in the British Museum is our only extant authority.
Fromwhen they were first printed by Wynkyn de Worde, the Travels had enjoyed great popularity in England, as in the rest of Europe; but the printed editions before had all. In May, with help from George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, Montagu was elevated to the House of Lords, receiving his father's barony of Kimbolton and being styled Viscount Mandeville as a courtesy title, since his father had been created Earl of Manchester in February when Parliament convened.
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John Wallace Mandeville - Aug John Wallace Mandeville, affectionately called "Muttsy", the only son of the late Cumi Oakley Mandeville and John Joseph Mandeville, lived a full a. The actual author of the tales remains as uncertain as the existence of the English knight Sir John Mandeville himself.
The book originated in French about —57 and was soon translated into many languages, an English version appearing about The narrator Mandeville identifies himself as a knight of St. Incapacitated by arthritic gout, he has. Read the best books by Sir John Mandeville and check out reviews of books and quotes from the works The Travels of Sir John Mandeville, Complete Works of Sir John Mandeville.
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John Mandeville’s most popular book is The Travels of Sir John Mandeville. "The Travels of Sir John Mandeville" which was written in Anglo-Norman French is believed to have first appeared sometime in the mid to late 14th century. It soon would be translated into many other languages and would subsequently be very popular in its time.
While the identity of Sir John Mandeville is thought to possibly be based on a real historical figure the work seems to be largely one. The travels of Sir John Mandeville The Book of John Mandeville: with Related Texts The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundeville, Kt., Which Treateth of the Way to Hierusalem; And of Marvayles of Inde, with Other Ilands and Countryes.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Complete Works of John Mandeville Sir John Mande.Ostensibly written by an English knight, the Travels purport to relate his experiences in the Holy Land, Egypt, India and China.
Mandeville claims to have served in the Great Khan's army, and to have travelled in 'the lands beyond' - countries populated by dog-headed men, cannibals, Amazons and Pygmies. Although Marco Polo's slightly earlier narrative ultimately proved more factually accurate.