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Title:Sir Thomas Browne
Description:Texts of the works of Sir Thomas Browne
Keywords:Hydriotaphia, Pseudodoxia Epidemica, Garden of Cyrus, quincunx, burial habits, 17th century, popular fallacies
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Sir Thomas Browne
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"But why fly in the face of facts? Few people love the writings of Sir Thomas Browne, but those who do are of the salt of the Earth." mdash;Virginia Woolf
Sir Thomas Browne
Sir Thomas Browne.
Religio Medici (1643)
The 1st edition, 1643
The 2nd edition, 1645 (PDF facsimile)
Sir Kenelme Digby: Observations upon Religio Medici (1643)
Alexander Ross: Medicus Medicatus (1645)
John Keck: Annotations upon Religio Medici ("1654")
Pseudodoxia Epidemica, or Vulgar Errors (1646)
The 6th edition, 1672
Alexander Ross: Arcana Microcosmi, Book II: A Refutation of Dr. Brown's Vulgar Errors. (1652)
Hydriotaphia, or Urne-Buriall amp; The Garden of Cyrus (1658)
The 1st edition, 1658
Brampton Urnes (1667; published 1712)
The 1st edition, 1712
The Miscellany Tracts (1683/4)
The 1st edition, 1683/84
A Letter to a Friend (date uncertain; published 1690)
The 1st edition, 1690
Christian Morals (date uncertain; published 1716)
The 1st edition, 1716
Common Place Books(varying dates; first published 1846)
Common Place Books
Biographies of Browne
Anthony Wood: Life of Browne (1692)
Life of Sir Thomas Browne
Anonymous: Life of Browne (1712)
Life of Sir Thomas Browne,
from the 1712 edition of Browne's Posthumous Works; with Whitefoot's Minutes for a life of Browne
Jean Niceron: Life of Browne (1733)
Life of Browne, from M eacute;moires pour servir agrave; l'histoire des hommes illustres
Biographia Britannica (1748)
Sir Thomas Browne
Samuel Johnson: Life of Browne (1756)
Life of Browne
Not Browne
Bill Thayer's Website
LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World
James Grout's Encyclop aelig;dia Romana
About this site
Other texts, not by Browne, on this site
Some links to other sites about Browne
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Barbarian Cruelty, an account of an Englishman's slavery in late-17th-century Morocco.
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Puces
Imaginez qu'au ch acirc;teau de Canaples il eacute;tait interdit de servir agrave; manger aux heures habituelles des repas, de sorte qu'on allait d eacute;je ucirc;ner, go ucirc;ter ou collationner, comme on voulait, pourvu qu'on n'appel acirc;t pas cela d icirc;ner ou souper, dans une esp egrave;ce de r eacute;fectoire o ugrave; le buffet se trouvait garni, tant bien que mal, avec des p acirc;t eacute;s de loutre qu'on fabriquait agrave; Wrolland, et des jambons d'ours que M. de Canaples faisait venir de ses plantations du Canada. Il ne pouvait endurer les tournes-broches, qu'il appelait une invention des bourgeois et des financiers. Le r ocirc;ti se fabriquait chez lui comme au XIIIe si egrave;cle, au moyen d'une roue tournante et agrave; claire-voie, dans laquelle on enfermait un gros chien qui s'y d eacute;menait comme un diable, et qui finissait toujours par en enrager. Vous n'avez pas d'id eacute;e de la consommation de caniches et de m acirc;tins qu'on faisait dans cette cuisine. La Comtesse eacute;tait oblig eacute;e de se faire servir par un heiduque ou par des laquais, ce qui fait qu'elle s'habillait et se d eacute;shabillait toute seule. Il avait chass eacute; toutes ses femmes, en disant que c' eacute;taient les femmes de chambre qui donnaient des puces aux chiens.
La Marquise de Cr eacute;qui, Souvenirs, premier chapitre.
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