The boy Adeodatus
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The boy Adeodatus the portrait of a lucky, young bastard by Bernard Smith

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Published by A. Lane in Ringwood, Vic., Australia .
Written in English



  • Australia


  • Smith, Bernard, 1916-,
  • Art critics -- Australia -- Biography.

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Edition Notes

StatementBernard Smith.
LC ClassificationsN7483.S55 A3 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination302 p. ;
Number of Pages302
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2904564M
ISBN 10071391646X
LC Control Number84133643

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The Boy Adeodatus [Bernard Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Adeodatus had his full share in many of these learned discussions. He appears as interlocutor in his father’s treatise “De beatae vitae” (puer ille minimus omnium, that boy, the youngest of them all), and contributed largely to the treatise “De Magistro”, written two years later. He appears to have died soon after, in his sixteenth year. Secondly, Adeodatus appeared in the book by Augustine named De magistro ("On the Teacher") as an exceptionally intelligent youth aged seventeen years, and as a close friend of his father. In the year Adeodatus died before reaching his eighteenth birthday. He died at the very same age Augustine had been when Adeodatus was born. The boy Adeodatus: the portrait of a lucky young bastard. [Bernard Smith] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Distributed in the USA by International Specialized Book Services\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

But I, not understanding the first portion of the book, and imagining the whole to be like it, laid it aside, intending to take it up hereafter, when better practised in our Lord's words. Chapter 6. He is Baptized at Milan with Alypius and His Son Adeodatus. The Book De Magistro. Get this from a library! The boy Adeodatus: the portrait of a lucky, young bastard. [Bernard Smith] -- "Published with the assistance of the Literature Board of the Australia Council.". [] In his De Vita Beata, sec. 6, he makes a similar illusion to the genius of Adeodatus. [] This book, in which he and his son are the interlocutors, will be found in vol. i. of the Benedictine edition, and is by the editors assumed to be written about A.D. Augustin briefly gives its . Other articles where Adeodatus is discussed: St. Augustine: Life overview: family property, raising the son, Adeodatus, left him by his long-term lover (her name is unknown) taken from the lower classes, and continuing his literary pastimes. The death of that son while still an adolescent left Augustine with no obligation to hand on the family property, and so he disposed.

Adeodatus. Adeodatus is Augustine's son by his long-term mistress. He's very smart (for a sixteen year-old, ha) and is baptized at the same time as Augustine. But he dies young. Augustine says that he loves his son even though his existence is the result of his sin. We joined with us the boy Adeodatus, born after the flesh, of my sin. Excellently hadst Thou made him. He was not quite fifteen, and in wit surpassed many grave and learned men. I confess unto Thee Thy gifts, O Lord my God, Creator of all, and abundantly able to reform our deformities: for I had no part in that boy, but the sin.   A dolescents tend to think they can rule their known world from anywhere with a phone signal: Kevin Brooks's gripping, streetwise and profound . by Jillian Dodd. Ratings Reviews published 9 editions. First comes love, then comes marriage and Shelve That Baby. Currently Reading. Currently Reading. by Jillian Dodd. Ratings 92 Reviews published 4 editions. Quarterback Danny Diamond loves to score. Shelve That Divorce.