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The Folger Library Edition of The Works of Richard Hooker, Volume V: Tractates and Sermons

Richard Hooker

Edited by Laetitia Yeandle

Commentaries by Egil Grislis

General Editor W. Speed Hill

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$252.50 • £202.95 • €227.50

ISBN 9780674632172

Publication Date: 01/01/1990

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976 pages

30 halftones, 4 line illustrations

Belknap Press

The Folger Library Edition of The Works of Richard Hooker

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  • Textual Introduction: The Tractates and Sermons
  • Sigla and Abbreviations
  • Two Sermons Upon S. Judes Epistle
  • A Learned Sermon of the Certaintie and Perpetuitie of Faith in the Elect
  • A Learned Discourse of Justification
  • Travers’s A Supplication made to the Privy Counsel
  • Hooker’s Answer to the Supplication
  • Supplement I: The Hooker–Travers Controversy
    • The Controversy and its Dissemination [by William P. Haugaard]
  • A Learned Sermon of the Nature of Pride
  • A Remedie Against Sorrow and Feare
  • A Sermon Found in the Study of Bishop Andrews
  • Three Sermon Fragments
  • Supplement II
    • A Latin Letter [translated by Craig Thompson]
  • Textual Notes and Commentary
  • Textual Appendices
  • Commentary
    • Introduction to Commentary
    • Hooker as Preacher [by P. E. Forte]
    • Commentary [by Egil Grislis]
    • Index to Scriptural References
    • Bibliography

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