VIDAS BREVES

June 24, 2019

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A careful selection of 51 short biographies in which John Aubrey reveals unsuspected details of the lives of writers, philosophers, mathematicians and astronomers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries such as William Shakespeare, Edmund Halley, Thomas Hobbes, John Pell, Milton, Erasmus or Thomas I live among others. It should be noted that this is the first time that a selection of Aubrey"s short Lives published in Spain has been published. "But who was John Aubrey?" Asks Juan Pimentel in the excellent prologue that accompanies this edition: "A gentleman come to Less "he tells us," a dilettante in love with life at the time of the Puritan revolution, [...] antiquarian, natural scientist, insightful and ironic author. "This book combines the best virtues of the story and (Shakespeare, Milton, Erasmus, Hobbes, among others) and of notable scientists and mathematicians in an era in which the modern age was inventing itself , And being an astrologer and sorcerer was held by the same thing. The infinite curiosity of John Aubrey, under the premise of seeing, hearing and writing, is spinning a network of lives through juicy anecdotes, "the fine print of history," and writes them as one who rides sometimes in passing and other John Hobbs, John Hobbs, John Hobbs, John Hobbs, John Hobbs, John Hobbs, John Hobbs, Thomas Hobbes, John Shakespeare, Edmund Halley, Thomas Hobbes, John Pell, Milton, Erasmus or Thomas I live among others. It should be noted that this is the first time that a selection of Aubrey"s short Lives published in Spain has been published. "But who was John Aubrey?" Asks Juan Pimentel in the excellent prologue that accompanies this edition: "A gentleman comes to Less" he tells us, "a dilettante in love with life at the time of the Puritan [...] revolution, antiquarian, natural scientist, insightful and Ironic author. "This book combines the best virtues of the story and (Shakespeare, Milton, Erasmus, Hobbes, among others) and of remarkable scientists and mathematicians in an era in which the modern age was inventing itself, And being an astrologer and sorcerer Was held by the same thing. The infinite curiosity of John Aubrey, under the premise of seeing, hearing and writing, is spinning a network of lives through juicy anecdotes, "the fine print of history," and writes them as one who rides sometimes in passing and other To trot, If