This volume is of particular interest because more than half the letters derive from the Deventer Letterabook, into which Erasmus had his amaneunses copy incoming and outgoing letters, among them many which were truly private rather than composed with a mind to subsequent publication.Letters 594-841 Desiderius Erasmus, Roger Aubrey Baskerville Mynors. reasons for ... Mind you greet Basilius and Bonifacius on my 5 behalf. Brunner, I hear, has won his little kingdom, and I send him my best wishes; he must work hard to be as good a man as his predecessor. Jerome ... He did so before long; cf Ep 745.
|Title||:||The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 594-841, 1517 to 1518|
|Author||:||Desiderius Erasmus, Roger Aubrey Baskerville Mynors|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1979-01-01|