NUGAE VENALES, sive thesaurus ridendi & jocandi ad gravissimos severissimosque viros, patres melancholicorum conscriptos. (Amst.), 'Prostant apud Neminem, sed tamen Ubique', 1648. - Bound with: P. PORCIUM (= J. Placentius). Pugna porcorum. 1648. - And: I. PEERDEKLONTIUS (= C. Stymmel). Studentes, sive comoedia de vita studiosorum. Alentopholus (= Amst.), 1647. - 3 in 1 vol. 252, (14), 71, (96) pp. W. engr. front. and 2 identical woodcuts of a man with a pig on ti-p. 12°. 19th c. smooth cf. w. raised bands, richly dec. gilt back, brown labels, sides ruled in gilt, inside dentelles, & a.e.g., bound by F. Bedford. (Rebacked w. old spine mounted).These comic and bawdy tales and poetry are often found bound together. The second work is a word-play poem completely consisting of words starting with a 'p'. The work is written in a grotesque neo-latin, also incorpating words from vernacular languages (to get enough p-words?), often in bizarre combinations. The last work, originally published in the 16th century, humourously describes the temptations of student-life. The author, who wrote the book as a 19 year old student in Frankfurt, became a more serious theologian, and abstained from this youthful publication. Not unsurprisingly, later editions were published under a rather ridiculous pseudonym. - Gay-Lemonnyer III, 428; Brunet IV, 136-137; Scheepers II, 869-870 (bound together with other works).
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