M.P. Voskuyls Dorastus en Fauniaas treur-bly-eyndend' spel : het tweede deel.
Non-contemporary quarter vellum binding. Title in ink to spine. Engraving to title page. Brown boards with black speckles. Pencil inscription to back paste-down. Bumping to corners, more sever to lower part. Few marks to board edges, browning to front free endpaper. Repair to top right corner of title page. General browning to pages. Rare book with 3 listings in OCLC. Part two of two volume series. 4+50+6pp.
Very little is known from the life of Meynert Pietersz Voskuyl. He was probably a brother of the painter Huygh Pietersz. Several of Voskuyl's verses are included in Venus Minne-gifjens, a songbook that saw the light of day in or after 1622 in Amsterdam. Other verses of him are found in Hollands Nachtegaeltien. Voskuyl's songs, which are almost all of an amorous nature, carry his motto: 't Verkeert haest; zij leeren ons niets van zijne levensgeschiedenis.
Two dramas by Voskuyl, Bellaria and Pandostos and Dorastus and Faunia, which belong together, are taken from the same source as Shakespeare's Winter's Tale, namely from a novella by Robert Greene, entitled Pandosto. The Triumph of Time. Wherein is discovered by a pleasant Historie, that although by the meanes of sinister fortune, Truth may be concealed, yet by Time in spight of fortune it is most manifestly revealed. Pleasant for age to auoyde drowsie thoughtes, profitable for youth to eschue other wanton pastimes, and bringing to both a desired content.
- Number of Books
- drama, Literature, Poetry
- Author/ Illustrator
- Meynert Pietersz Voskuyl
- Book Title
- M.P. Voskuyls Dorastus en Fauniaas treur-bly-eyndend' spel : het tweede deel.
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- T'Amsterdam, : Ghedruckt voor Dirck Cornelisz. Hout-haeck, boeck-vercooper op de hoeck vande etc..
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 19.4×15.1 cm