Saint Bernards vision. Or, A briefe discourse (dialogue-wise) betweene the soule and the body of a damned man newly deceased, [electronic resource] : laying open the faults of each other: With a speech of the divels in hell. To the tune of, Fortune my foe.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Printed at London : For I. Wright, dwelling in Gilt-spur street., [ca. 1640]
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1 sheet ([1] p.).

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eebo-0018
Notes
  • Not in fact by St. Bernard; an English verse translation of the anonymous medieval Latin poem "Noctis sub silencio tempore brumali", sometimes referred to as "Visio Sancti Bernardi", "Visio Fulberti", or "Debate of the body and the soul".
  • Verse: "As I lay slumbring in my bed one night ..."
  • Publication date suggested by STC.
  • In two parts, separated for mounting; woodcuts at head of each part.
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library.
References
  • STC (2nd ed.) 1910
  • Early English books tract supplement interim guide C.20.f.7[376]
Other title(s)
  • Fortune my foe.
  • Visio Sancti Bernardi.
  • Visio Fulberti.
  • Debate of the body and the soul.
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