Note on Translations and Quotations
All translations except those from Greek texts are my own. In quoting
from foreign languages and from Renaissance English texts, I have normalized spelling, changing i's to j's and u's to v's (and vice versa), when
necessary. I have also expanded scribal abbreviations and removed accent marks in the Latin.
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Book title: The Emperor of Men's Minds: Literature and the Renaissance Discourse of Rhetoric.
Contributors: Wayne A. Rebhorn - Author.
Publisher: Cornell University Press.
Place of publication: Ithaca, NY.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: xix.
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