Schut belongs to the first generation of humanists of the Low Countries. After the general introduction in English, this critical edition includes the original Latin editions of his five major works, with notes in English.INTRODUCTION Schut wrote De Arte Dictandi as a manual on writing and the drawing up of letters and speeches to aid his pupils: a#39;dictarea#39; is ... the manual will be found lacking in poetic charme and inspiration, but one cannot gainsay Schuta#39;s skill, competence and craftsmanship. ... Schuta#39;s instructions in 536-538 3 526 ff.
|Title||:||The Works of Engelbertus Schut Leydensis (ca 1420-1503)|
|Author||:||Engelbert Schut, A. M. Coebergh-Van den Braak, Erika Rummel|
|Publisher||:||Leuven University Press - 1997-01-01|