Critical prefaces of the French Renaissance

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PREFACE TO THE Roman de la Rose 1526

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Cy est le Romant de la roze
Ou tout lart damour est enclose
Histoires et auctoritez
Et maintz beaulx propos vsitez
Qui a este nouuellement
Corrige suffisantement
Et cotte bien a lauantaige
Com on voit en chascune page.

On les vend a Paris en la grand salle du Palais au premier pillier en la boutique de Galliot du pre Libraire iure de Luniuersite. Auec priuilege, [Not dated; the privilège is dated "le ieudy dixneufiesme iour dapvril Mil cinq cens vingtsix apres pasques." B.N., Paris.]

[Cf. Brunet, III, 1174; Tchemerzine, VII, 244; Fairfax Murray, I, 426, No. 328; Bourdillon, Early Editions of the Roman de la Rose, pp. 32, 57-58. Some copies of the edition were sold by Jean Petit and bear his name.]


COLLATED:

(1529) Le Rommant de la Rose nouuellement Reueu et corrige oultre les precedentes Impressions. On le vend a Paris par Galliot du pre Libraire iure ayant sa bouticque au premier pillier de la grant salle du Pallays, 1529. [Colophon dated "Au moys de Mars, mil cinq centz. xxix. auant pasques" (=1530 n.s.). Library of Congress, Pierpont Morgan Library.]

[Cf. Brunet, III, 1174; Tchemerzine, VII, 245; Cat. Rothschild, No. 437; Fairfax Murray, I, 427-28, No. 329; Bourdillon, pp. 58-60.]

(1531) Cy est le Rommant de la Roze...[verse title as for 1526 ed.] On les vend a Paris en la rue sainct Jaques en la bouticque de Jean petit Libraire iure de luniuersite a lenseigne de la fleur de Lys dor. Mil. v.C. xxxi. [Newberry Library.]

[Cf. Brunet, III, 1175; Tchemerzine, VII, 246; Fairfax Murray, I, 428, No. 330; Bourdillon, pp. 60-62. Some copies of the edition were sold by Galiot du Pré and bear his name.]

(1538) Le rommant de la Rose nouuellement reueu et corrige oultre les precedentes Impressions. On les vend a Paris au clou Brennio a lenseigne de la corne de Serf pour Guillaume le Bret. [Colophon dated "Lan mil cinq cens. xxxviii." Newberry Library.]

[This edition, dated either 1537 or 1538, was sold by ten different printers. The copy at the Pierpont Morgan Library bears the name of "Arnoul et Charles les angeliers freres." Cf. Brunet, III, 1175; Tche merzine , VII, 247-48; Bourdillon, pp. 62-64.]

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