5 edition of Terrae-Filius found in the catalog.
by University of Delaware Press
Written in English
|Contributions||William E. Rivers (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||504|
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In his Terræ-Filius essays ofNicholas Amhurst describes and satirizes Oxford life as he saw it during the s and early s. Although academic and intellectual issues receive abundant attention, Amhurst devoted even more space to the political, religious, social, and moral issues that often worked to undercut the university’s academic goals.
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Latin terrae filius (“ son of the soil ”) Noun. terrae filius A satirical orator who spoke at public ceremonies of the University of Oxford, and who ostensibly had official sanction for personal attacks.
Coordinate terms. prevaricator (at Cambridge). Edited with an Introduction and Notes by William E. Rivers In his Terrae-Filius essays ofNicholas Amhurst describes and satirizes Oxford life as he saw it during the s and early s. Although academic and intellectual issues receive abundant attention, Amhurst devoted even more space to the political, religious, social, and moral issues that often worked to undercut the university.
Ownership J.R. Hayes on free endpaper with neat contemporary notes on history of this work, xxiii +pp +advert leaf. *Amhurst was expelled from Oxford in June Terrae Filius (first published in 50 periodical papers) was his revenge on.
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Their motto is "terrae filius", Latin for "son of the land". Their numbers are unknown, but are mainly concentrated in the.
Et Terræ Filius – Children of the Earth is the second book in the Dark Side Manor trilogy. In the first book Peter and his friends travel to Great Britain and join The Dark Side Manor Academy in Blackpool England. There they meet interesting people and odd customs. Not only that, but they learn the truth about the world and the people in it.
In the terrae-filius tradition at Oxford, a “son of the earth” tried to translate the value of the life of the mind to the less educated, especially the parents of graduates, by explaining in English topics students disputed in Latin.
Initially sanctioned and staid exercises, they quickly grew ripe for parody as Oxford’s sarcastic sons flagrantly exposed their alma mater’s flaws. The London Terrae-filius: or the satyrical reformer. Being drolling reflections on the vices and vanities of both sexes.
To be continu'd. By the author of the London-Spy. by: Ward, Edward, Published: () The London Terrae-filius: or the satyrical reformer.
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Abstract [Introduction]. On a Saturday afternoon in July ofa master of arts named Henry Gerard rose to address a crowd of academics and spectators in the Sheldonian Theatre.Book illustrations. Engravings--England--London Satires (Visual works)--England Format: Image Rights: These images are provided for study purposes only.
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