Mundus Alter et Idem siue Terra Australis antehac semper incognita longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrime lustrata

TitleMundus Alter et Idem siue Terra Australis antehac semper incognita longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrime lustrata
Year for Search1605
Authors[Hall], [Joseph](1574-1656)
Tertiary AuthorsAn English Mercury [pseud.], Mercurio Britannico [pseud.], and One of the Late Most Reputed Wits [pseud.]
Date Published1605
PublisherAscanij de Rinialme [Actually Humphrey Lownes]
Place PublishedFrankfort [London]
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Satire in which the new world is divided into the states of Tenter-belly, with its provinces of, in the Healy trans., Eat-allia (Gluttonia) and Drinke-allia (Quaffonia), Shee-Landt or Womendecoia [with its provinces of Tattlingen, Scoldonna, Blubberick, Giggot-tangier, Cockatrixia, Shrewes-bourg, and Blackswanstack (Modestiania),] Fooliana, and Theeve-ingen, with its provinces of Robberswaldt and Liegerdemaine, which are, in the Wands, trans., Crapulia with its provinces of Pamphagonia (Land of Gluttons) and Yvronia (Drinkers), Viragina (Land of Women) with its regions of Linguadocia, Rixatia, Ploravia, Isia major and Risia minor, Aphrodysia, Amazonia (Gender reversal), and Eugynia with Hermaphroditica Island is nearby, Moronia (Stupid), Lavernia (Rogues & thieves).

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Rpt. in Mundus alter et idem. Sive Terra Australis antehac semper incogita; longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrimè lustrate. Authore Mercurio Britannico [pseud.]. Accessit propter assinitatem materiæ Thomæ Campanellæ, Civitas Solis. Et Nova Atlantis. Franc. Baconis, Bar. de Verulamio. Np: Apud Joannem à Waesberge, 1643. The three items are separately paged.

Trans. as The Discovery of A New World or A Description of the South Indies, Hetherto Unknowne. By An English Mercury [pseud.]. [Trans. John Healey]. [London:] Imprinted by G. Eld for Ed. Blount and W. Barrett, [1609]. Rpt. ed. Huntington Brown. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1937. New trans. and critical ed. as Another World and Yet the Same: Bishop Joseph Hall’s Mundus Alter et Idem. Trans. and ed. John Millar Wands. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981 with a “Commentary” (127-200).

Repub. rev. with erotic content as Psittacorum Regio. The Land of Parrots: Or, The She-lands. With A Description of other strange adjacent Countries, in the Dominions of Prince De L’Amour, not hitherto found in any Geographical Map. By One of the Late Most Reputed Wits [pseud.]. London: Ptd. for F. Kirkman, 1669; and as The Travels of Don Francisco De Quevedo Through Terra Australis Incognita. Discovering the Laws, Customs, Manners and Fashions Of The South Indians. A Novel. Originally in Spanish. London: Ptd. for William Crantham, 1684.

Pseudonym

By Mercurio Britannico [pseud.]

An English Mercury [pseud.]

One of the Late Most Reputed Wits [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

HRC, ICN, O

Author Note

The author (1574-1656) was Bishop of Exeter (1627-1641) and Norwich (1641-1643), is best known as a writer of religious works defending episcopacy.

Full Text

1605 [Hall, Joseph] (1574-1656). Mundus Alter et Idem siue Terra Australis antehac semper incognita longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrime lustrata. By Mercurio Britannico [pseud.]. Frankfort: Ascanij de Rinialme [Actually London: Humphrey Lownes]. Rpt. in Mundus alter et idem. Sive Terra Australis antehac semper incogita; longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrimè lustrate. Authore Mercurio Britannico [pseud.]. Accessit propter assinitatem materiæ Thomæ Campanellæ, Civitas Solis. Et Nova Atlantis. Franc. Baconis, Bar. de Verulamio. Np: Apud Joannem à Waesberge, 1643. The three items are separately paged. Trans. as The Discovery of A New World or A Description of the South Indies, Hetherto Unknowne. By An English Mercury [pseud.]. [Trans. John Healey]. [London:] Imprinted by G. Eld for Ed. Blount and W. Barrett, [1609]. Rpt. ed. Huntington Brown. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1937. New trans. and critical ed. as Another World and Yet the Same: Bishop Joseph Hall’s Mundus Alter et Idem. Trans. and ed. John Millar Wands. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981 with a “Commentary” (127-200). Repub. rev. with erotic content as Psittacorum Regio. The Land of Parrots: Or, The She-lands. With A Description of other strange adjacent Countries, in the Dominions of Prince De L’Amour, not hitherto found in any Geographical Map. By One of the Late Most Reputed Wits [pseud.]. London: Ptd. for F. Kirkman, 1669; and as The Travels of Don Francisco De Quevedo Through Terra Australis Incognita. Discovering the Laws, Customs, Manners and Fashions Of The South Indians. A Novel. Originally in Spanish. London: Ptd. for William Crantham, 1684. HRC, ICN, O

Satire in which the new world is divided into the states of Tenter-belly, with its provinces of, in the Healy trans., Eat-allia (Gluttonia) and Drinke-allia (Quaffonia), Shee-Landt or Womendecoia [with its provinces of Tattlingen, Scoldonna, Blubberick, Giggot-tangier, Cockatrixia, Shrewes-bourg, and Blackswanstack (Modestiania),] Fooliana, and Theeve-ingen, with its provinces of Robberswaldt and Liegerdemaine, which are, in the Wands, trans., Crapulia with its provinces of Pamphagonia (Land of Gluttons) and Yvronia (Drinkers), Viragina (Land of Women) with its regions of Linguadocia, Rixatia, Ploravia, Isia major and Risia minor, Aphrodysia, Amazonia (Gender reversal), and Eugynia with Hermaphroditica Island is nearby, Moronia (Stupid), Lavernia (Rogues & thieves). The author (1574-1656) was Bishop of Exeter (1627-1641) and Norwich (1641-1643), is best known as a writer of religious works defending episcopacy.