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Religio medici, being a facsim, of the first ed. published in 1642

With an introd. by W.A. Greenhill

by Thomas Browne

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Published by Stock in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPR3327 A73 1642A
The Physical Object
Pagination190p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24355435M

Although Religio Medici was not intended for publication, it nevertheless came into the hands of Andrew Cooke, a London printer, who published the book in without Browne’s consent. Browne protested that the manuscript was full of errors and gave Cooke a revised version, which was published in Religio Medici is an autobiographical work of Caroline prose writer of Sir Thomas Browne who studied medicine at Padua and Leiden, and got his degree in The book was written in during his residence at Halifax. Although the book was published twice without his permission yet the Authorized Version was brought up by Andrew Crooke, a publisher of London.

  His "Religio Medici" seems to have been written about , without being intended for publication. In , however, two surreptitious editions appeared, and he was induced by the inaccuracies of these to issue an authorised edition in Religio Medici was first published in , Hydrotaphia in , and Letter to a Friend in With ornamental initials, head- and tailpieces. See Norman ; Lowndes II;Wing B, B B; Grolier English Armorial bookplate.

- Buy Religio Medici: The Religion of a Doctor book online at best prices in India on Read Religio Medici: The Religion of a Doctor book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(13).   The Religio Medici is Browne's spiritual testament as well as being an early psychological self-portrait. In Virginia Woolf's opinion, Religio Medici was the precursor of all future confessional writing, memoirs and autobiographies. Its rediscovery by the Romantics spawned much of what we think of as Romantic and confessional writing/5(15).


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Published in after an unauthorized version was distributed the previous year, it became a European best-seller which brought its author fame at home and abroad. This was my first full re-reading of Religio Medici in almost ten years. Its one of those small books that seems to grow bigger and bigger after you read it.

Once youve invested yourself in Browne (and his language needs some effort from us today), he takes a permanent and slowly expanding spot on the bookshelf of your brain/5. It's probably better to read a review on 'Religio Medici' by someone who has actually read the book.

Contrary to CCEL staff writer Mr. Tim Perrine's introduction in this edition, there is nothing whatsoever 'irreverent' in 'Religio Medici', Browne was a deeply pious person and would be appalled at such claim/5(13). It's probably better to read a review on 'Religio Medici' by someone who has actually read the book.

Contrary to CCEL staff writer Mr. Tim Perrine's introduction in this edition, there is nothing whatsoever 'irreverent' in 'Religio Medici', Browne was a deeply pious person and would be appalled at such by: 4. Harvard Classics, Vol. 3, Part 5 Religio Medici Sir Thomas Browne A personal essay reconciling the religious and scientific life first published without the author’s knowledge, the Religio stands as the touchstone for all English prose that follows.

86 rows    Religio medici by Thomas Browne; 85 editions; First published in. Editions for Religio Medici: (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition), (Paperback. Being a modest man Sir Thomas Browne never thought his writings would survive his own time.

As it is they have survived the centuries." The Religio Medici is the apologia of a learned physician who was proud to be a Christian and a member of the Church of England as established by Elizabeth I.

Complete summary of Sir Thomas Browne's Religio Medici. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Religio Medici. Religio Medici by (Binding) Browne, Sir Thomas Seller James Cummins Bookseller Published Condition In an unusual Viennese binding of full red morocco, upper cover gilt with title at center, surrounded with a series of gilt styl.

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Religio Medici Sir Thomas Browne, English essayist, came of a Cheshire family, but was born in London on Octo Educated at Oxford, where he graduated inhe next studied medicine at the great universities of Montpelier, Padua, and Leyden, and in went to live at Norwich, where he remained until his death on Octo Brand: Zhingoora Books.

Religio Medici (The Religion of a Doctor) sets out Sir Thomas Browne's spiritual testament as well as being an early psychological self-portrait. In its day, the book was a European best-seller. It was published in by the newly-qualified physician, and its unorthodox views placed it swiftly upon the Papal Index Librorum Prohibitorum in /5.

Religio Medici, his first published work, was a philosophical tract as much as a religious one, a Platonist's contemplation on the world. Its publication met mixed reactions; in Paris it was published by a Roman Catholic; in Rome it was listed on the Index Expurgatorius.' Always a good sign to have your book banned in Rome.

Religio Medici Other Writings, First Edition. You Searched For: this is the 3rd Printing of Introduction of C.H. Herford based on article first published in the Manchester Guardian on Browne's Tercentenary.

Anthology of works of English author & physician Sir Thomas Browne ( - 82). Noted for Religio Medici (), a confession of. Here this baroque master’s two most enduring and admired works, Religio Medici and Urne-Buriall, appear in a new edition that has been annotated and introduced by the distinguished scholars Ramie Targoff and Stephen Greenblatt (author of the best-selling Will in the World and the National Book Award–winning The Swerve).The RELIGIO MEDICI is the apologia of a learned physician who was proud to be a Christian and a member of the Church of England as established by Elizabeth I.

He recognized that under Henry VIII the Church in England had been the catholic Church in schism, whereas the Elizabethan Establishment was regarded as heretical by Rome. Yet hew rote courteously about the Pope. Religio Medici by Thomas Browne,and ever since its first publication in it has exerted a powerful influence on its readers.

This classic edition, first published inoffers a carefully edited version of the 'authorised' edition ofincluding readings preserved in extant manuscript copies of the work/5().