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Analecta   Listen
noun
Analecta, Analects  n. pl.  A collection of literary fragments.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Analecta" Quotes from Famous Books



... has recorded the woes of many of our English writers in his book entitled "The Calamities of Authors" and also in his "Curiosities of Literature." From these works I have derived some information. There is a work by Menkenius, "Analecta de Calamitate Literatorum"; another by Pierius Valerianus, "De Infelicitate Literatorum"; another by Spizelius, "Infelix Literatus"; and last but not least Peignot's "Dictionnaire Critique, Litteraire et Bibliographique, des Livres condamnes ...
— Books Fatal to Their Authors • P. H. Ditchfield

... twenty-two. He rejected no pupil of ability and ambition, but accepted none without these qualities. He said, "When I have presented one corner of a subject, and the pupil cannot make out the other three, I do not repeat the lesson." The following are extracts from the analects ...
— History of Education • Levi Seeley



Words linked to "Analecta" :   excerpt, excerption



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