The Light And The Glory
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Rollin, Charles: De la maniere d'enseigner et d'etudier les belles lettres, par rapport a l'esprit & au coeur. Paris, Jacques Estienne 1732.
After John Locke, Charles Rollin was probably the most authoritative writer on education in eighteenth-century Europe. While rector of the University of Paris, he turned his lectures into one of the most voluminous and popular works on education for years to come. He here explains his methods of teaching the classics, methods that drew liberally from Cicero, Horace, Seneca, Xenophon, Plutarch, Plato, and, above all, Quintilian. He explains how youth should be steered away from false images of "glory" presented by the culture and instead turn toward true glory and a correct taste as found in the great works of history and literature. In short, showing how the proper teaching of a canon of great works in school could achieve the same ends that Locke advocated in his system of private instruction.
Quatrieme edition, revüe, corrigee, & augmentee d'une table des matieres. XVIII, 118, (2), CXIV, 497, (12); (2), 640, (7); (18), 602, (8); (2), 815 pp. 4 volumes. Contemporary grey wrappers. Spines hand numbered, somewhat faded. Occasional light foxing throughout. Vol 1 with front hinge cracked, small paper loss at upper corner on last 10 leaves, vol 2 with light stain to title page and to part of lower edge at end half of book, vol 3 with weak stain to first leaves, vol 4 with light stains to beginning and end. Overall a good set.
[SW: education pedagogics pädagogik]
Robertson, John illustrators include Horace Moore-Jones and Frank Crozier: Anzac and Empire , The Tragedy & Glory of Gallipoli, , London published by Leo Cooper , 1990 ISBN: 0850526825
, very light rubbing at edges and light scratches, the dustwrapper is in very good condition 27 x 19 cm appx.
, 318 pages with map end papers, colour illustration over frontispiece and title page, colour illustrations, colour and black and white photographs throughout, appendix, notes to pages, index at rear New Edition 27 x 19 cm appx. Hardback , very lightly rubbed at edges the book is in very good condition pale blue textured paper cover with gilt tiltes on spine
[SW: Robertson, John, Anzac and Empire , The Tragedy & Glory of Gallipoli]
Cobb, Humphrey: Paths of Glory, 1935 844 The Viking Press ; fester Einband / hard cover; 1. Ed.
Hardcover Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket Edition: First Edition; First Printing Hardcover. 8vo. Viking Press. 1935. 265 pgs. First Edition/First Printing in first state DJ. DJ in VG shape with light shelfwear (light wear present to the spine ends; with a small chip present to the heel of the spine) present to the DJ. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. 844; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 265 pages
De Vries, Peter: The Glory of the Hummingbird : A Novel, London Victor Gollancz Ltd 1975
Dust jacket in a good condition with light wear and creasing to edges. Hard cover very well preserved. Light yellowing to pages, otherwise contents sound and good, text bright and tight throughout. First Edition Good hardcover Clean Copy