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1533 (1978) Venecia Antonio de Sabia Los cuatro libros de Amadis de Gaula nuevamente impresos y historiados Garcí Rodríguez de Montalvo SPA 1 4to a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Edition is illustrated with numerous woodcuts.
Description: Facsimile edition; Barcelona: Círculo de Bibliófilo-Biblioteca Nacional, 1978. Limited edition; Cushing´s copy #728 of 1499.
1554 Venetia Michele Tramezzino Il Cavallier Flortir, La Historia, dove si ragiona de i ualorosi, & gran gesti, & amori del Cauallier Flortir con altre varie aventure de molti nobili & ualorosi Cauallieri ITA 1 16vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece representing Sybil, seated and reading, with the motto "Qual più fermo è il mio foglio è il mio presagio."
Description: First edition. Italian sequel to the Spanish chivalric book Platir (Valladolid, 1533) from the Palmerín cycle, and parodied by Cervantes in the Quixote (Part I, Chap. 4). Platir became very popular in Italy, where a second part was published in 1560. Cushing´s copy bound in 18th century vellum.
1556 Anvers En casa de Martin Nucio La segunda parte de Orlando, con el verdadero sucesso de la famosa batalla de Roncesualles. . . Nicolas Espinosa SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 36 woodcuts and printers emblem on title page. (see next entry for images).
Description: Second edition of continuation of Ariosto's Orlando furioso, written by Nicolás Espinosa (Zaragoza, 1555). Bound together with second edition of J. Urrea's translation (1558).
1558 Amberes En Casa de la Biuda de Martin Nucio La primera parte de Orlando Furioso.... Ludovico Ariosto Jerónimo de Urrea SPA 1 4to a. Sources Palau 16603 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated title pages with printer´s emblem and engraved headpieces, one at the start of each canto, engraved initials, and a portrait of Urrea.
Description: Second edition of first translation in Spanish of Ariosto's Orlando, first published in 1549, and now "corregido segunda vez por el mismo". Bound together with second part continuation written by Nicolás Espinosa (Zaragoza, 1555), second edition. Ariosto´s final version was published in 1532 and his Orlando has been recognized as an influential source in the composition of the Quixote.
1560 Vinegia Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari Il Petrarca. Nvovamente revisto, et ricorretto da M. Lodovico Dolce. Con alcvni dottissimi auertimenti di M. Giulio Camillo ITA 1 12mo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Petrarca and illustrated with six engraved vignettes, one per "Trionfo".
Description: Rare edition in one volume of Petrarca's poetry: Sonetti e Canzoni and Trionfi, with a "Vita de Petrarca" at front. Bound with the Annotations by Giulio Camillo, with separate title page dated 1557, plus Tables and Indexes. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1573 Anvers Guillaume Silvius, Imprimeur du Roy Le Premier Livre d'Amadis de Gavle (Le Second, Troisième, Quatrième) Garcí Rodríguez de Montalvo Nicholas de Herberay FRE 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 29 vignetted woodcuts of excellent quality, some as chapter headpieces.
Description: The first four books of Amadis de Gaule in one volume, translated into French and first published in 1540-1543. The Amadís de Gaula appeared in Spain in the 14th century and was revised and expanded by Montalvo into four books in 1508; Amadís served as the principal parodic model for Cervantes´ Don Quixote. Bound in modern vellum with ties.
1585 Toledo A costa de Juan Boyer, por Pero López de Haro Historia de las hazañas y hechos del inuencible Cauallero Bernardo del Carpio Augustin Alonso SPA 1 8vo a. Sources P8254 TAMU
Illustrations: Engraved title page.
Description: First edition. Printed by Pero López de Haro. Epic poem in 32 Cantos, continuing Ariosto's Orlando, about a legendary Spanish knight mentioned by Cervantes in the Quixote five times as chivalric model. Very rare; only copy in USA libraries. Cushing's copy bound in contemporary full vellum, missing pages 4-5 and the colophon.
1587 Fiorenza Filippo e Iacopo Giunti, e fratelli De gli inventori delle cose. Libri Otto Polidoro Virgilio da Urbino Francesco Baldelli ITA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First edition of Italian translation of Polidoro's De rerum inventoribus (Venecia, 1499). Popular encyclopedic work parodied by Cervantes in the Quixote.
1605, 1615 (1871-1873) Barcelona Narciso Ramírez y Herederos de Pablo Riera El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha Francisco López Fabra & Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch SPA 3 4to large b. Editions RR170; R198; S183; P52135; BN161 TAMU
Illustrations: First facsimile edition of both Madrid 1605 and 1615 princeps editions, reproducing the original title pages with Juan de la Cuesta's emblem; also with a new allegorical title page designed by Francisco Ortego and engraved by Tomás Carlos Capuz.
Description: Volumes I-II, reproduce the Madrid 1605 and Madrid 1615 princeps from the Biblioteca Nacional copy; and volume III contains the 1633 notes by Hartzenbusch. The edition was initially published in 26 installments, "reproducida en facsímile por la fototipografía, y publicada por su inventor el coronel Don Francisco López Fabra, bajo los auspicios de una Asociación Propagadora de la que son presidente el excmo. Sr. D. Juan Hartzenbusch, autor de las notas de esta edición, y secretario el Sr. D. Carlos Frontaura." Limited edition of 2,605 copies; Cushing's copy number is 466; printed on Capellades paper.
1605a (1871) Barcelona Narciso Ramírez y Herederos de Pablo Riera El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha Francisco López Fabra SPA 1 4to b. Editions R198; S183; PRR170; 52135; BN161 TAMU
Illustrations: First facsimile edition of Madrid 1605 first edition, reproducing the original title page with Juan de la Cuesta's emblem.
Description: Limited edition of 2,605 copies printed on Capellades paper; copy 2 of Volume I only (1605) number 726, title page colored by previous owner.
1605-1615 (1976) Madrid Juan de la Cuesta El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions P51914 TAMU
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Description: Facsimiles of first editions, Madrid 1605, 1615. This is a reprint using restored plates from the Real Academia Española's first edition (1917-23); vols. 2-3 (1976) of Obras completas.
1608-1615 (1897)-C Madrid Juan de la Cuesta El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions S260; P52219; BN246 TAMU
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Description: Facsimile edition Barcelona: Montaner y Simon, 1897: Part I 3rd Cuesta edition (Madrid, 1608), Part II princeps (Madrid, 1615). Part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1610 Milan Heredero de Pedromartin Locarni y Juan Bautista Bidello El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo small b. Editions R9; S10; RR32; P51983; BN9 TAMU
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Description: Ninth edition overall of the Quixote Part I (1605); with a new Dedication by the editors to the Conde Vitaliano. The text follows the second Valencia 1605 edition. Bound in contemporary vellum with a stamp on the title page from the previous owner: Giuseppe Carlo de Ghisi.
1612 Madrid Juan de la Cuesta Obras del excelente poeta Garcilasso de la Vega Garcilaso de la Vega Francisco Sánchez SPA 1 8vo small a. Sources P354698 TAMU
Illustrations: Printer´s emblem on title page, "Post tenebras spero lvcem".
Description: Bound together with Dotrina del estoico filosofo Epicteto, que se llama comunmente Enchiridion, traduzido del griego, by Francisco Sánchez (Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1612), first edition. Superlibris of "Biblioteca de Salvá" stamped in gold in both covers, and with the seal of Heredia, bound in green morocco. Very rare; only copy thus. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1612b Madrid Juan de la Cuesta Dotrina del estoico filosofo Epicteto, que se llama comunmente Enchiridion, traduzido del griego Francisco Sánchez SPA 1 8vo small g. Other TAMU
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Description: First edition thus. Bound together with Obras del excelente poeta Garcilasso de la Vega (Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1612). Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1615 (1897) Madrid Juan de la Cuesta El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo b. Editions S260; P52219; BN246 TAMU
Illustrations: Reproduction of 1615 title page with Juan de la Cuesta's printing emblem.
Description: Facsimile edition of 1615 princeps (Part II of Don Quixote), published in Barcelona: Montaner y Simón Editores, 1897.
1617 Barcelona Bautista Sorita El ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo small b. Editions A3; R16; S17; P51989; BN13 TAMU
Illustrations: The title page is adorned with a chivalric woodcut of an armed and mounted knight, intended to represent Don Quixote.
Description: "A costa de Miguel Gracian Librero." The text is after the Valencia, 1605 edition. It is very rare as a set with Part II, also at the Cushing, and commonly regarded as the first edition of the complete Don Quixote in two parts. Only complete set in WorldCat. There are copies "a costa de I. Simon" and "a costa de R. Vives." Ex libris of Joaquim Monzo i Lasala. Bound in modern vellum. A gift of Sara and John Lindsey.
1617 Barcelona Sebastian Matevat Segvnda Parte del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo small b. Editions A3; R16; S17; P51989; BN13 TAMU
Illustrations: The title page is adorned with a chivalric woodcut of an armed and mounted knight, intended to represent Don Quixote.
Description: Text after Valencia 1616 edition. Together with Part I, regarded as first edition of complete Don Quixote in two parts. Very rare as a set; only listed in OCLC. Cushing's copy trimmed and rebound in 19th century leather, with ex libris of Armando Cotarelo Valledor and Joaquim Monzo i Lasala. A gift of Sara and John Lindsey.
1617 Brvcelas Huberto Antonio Primera Parte del ingenioso hidalgo don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo b. Editions P51988 TAMU
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Description: 9th edition overall of the Madrid 1605 Quixote princeps, reprinting 1611 edition also by H. Antonio (same as 1607), and done to accompany his Bruselas 1616 edition of the second part 1615 princeps. Our copy lacks the "Tabla de capitulos." Acquired in part with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1618? Paris Chez Denys Moreav La Seconde Partie de l'admirable et excellent Chevalier Dom- Qvichot de la Manche. F. de Rosset FRE 1 8vo small b. Editions R463; S512; P52695 TAMU
Illustrations: Title page illustration wanting.
Description: First edition in French of Part II. Cushing's volume includes chapters 1-33, with the Dedication to Madame de Lyvnes, and the "Privilege du Roy" for six years dated 1618.
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