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TitleQueen's College Collection : rare and non-circulating titles
CollectorQueen's College (St. John's, N.L.)
SubjectTheology--Bibliography
Church history--Bibliography
Devotional literature--Bibliography
Authors, Classical--Bibliography
Hymns
Sermons
English literature
Psychology
Philosophy
Biography
Postmodernism
Poetry
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
DescriptionThe 3000+ non-circulating books in the Queen's College Collection includes works published between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries. The majority are in English, but there are works in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, and Gaelic as well as a number of hexaglot bibles. The collection comprises works in theology and ecclesiastical history, as well as devotional literature, sermons, sacred allegories, biblical commentaries, concordances to scriptures, hymns, memoirs, books on church law, church antiquities and works about other religious traditions (Islam and Buddhism). There are also works in psychology (pastoral and general), biography, general history, poetry, postmodernism, philosophy, language and literature, including a 1793 edition of the Complete Works of Shakespeare. There are many nineteenths century editions of the works of classical authors, including Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Euripides, Homer, Lipsius, Ovid, Pliny and Virgil.
Extent379 p.
NoteQueen's College Faculty of Theology is an affiliated college of Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's.
PublisherMemorial University of Newfoundland Libraries
CompilerKean, Lauren
Malik, Mona'a
ContributorsQueen's College (St. John's, N.L.)
Date Digitized2010
TypeText
Resource TypeDocument
FormatFormat
IdentifierRBB-006
LanguageEng
CollectionRare Books and Special Collections - Bibliographies
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