By Soko Tomita
Via entries on 291 Italian books (451 variants) released in England in the course of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, masking the years 1558-1603, this catalogue represents a precis of present examine and information of diffusion of Italian tradition on English literature during this interval. It additionally presents a beginning for brand new paintings on Anglo-Italian family members in Elizabethan England. Mary Augusta Scott's 1916 Elizabethan Translations from the Italian varieties the foundation for undefined; Soko Tomita provides fifty nine new books and gets rid of 23 of Scott's unique entries. the knowledge here's awarded in a effortless and uncluttered demeanour, guided via Philip Gaskell's ideas of bibliographical description; the amount contains bibliographical descriptions, tables, graphs, pictures, and indices (general and title). In an try and restoration each one ebook to its unique prestige, each one access is anxious not just with the actual ebook, yet with the human components guiding it via construction: the connection with the writer, editor, translator, writer, book-seller, and consumer are all acknowledged as very important gamers within the exploration of cultural importance. Renaissance Anglo-Italian family members have been marked via either patriotism and xenophobia; this catalogue offers trustworthy and finished information regarding books and e-book in addition to concrete facts of what components of Italian tradition the English answered to and the way Italian tradition was once acclimatized into Elizabethan England.
Read Online or Download A Bibliographical Catalogue of Italian Books Printed in England 1558–1603 PDF
Best italian_1 books
Racconto filosofico, umorismo, riflessione, parodia, solo alcuni degli ingredienti di questa originale guida del poeta francese Jean-Luc Coudray a un tema che occupa nelle nostre vite un ruolo talmente grande da passare quasi inosservato. Grazie a un linguaggio pieno di inventiva che unisce testo e vignette satiriche dello stesso autore, questo libro a metà tra los angeles favola e l'invettiva ideologica, si trasforma in una meditazione geniale e divertente su un dio senza volto, reso invincibile dall'anonimato.
L. a. leggenda di re Rodrigo, l. a. leggenda di Bernardo del Carpio, Fernàn Gonzàlez e i conti di Castiglia, los angeles morte dell'infante Garcìa, L'abate di Montemayor, l. a. leggenda degli infanti di Lara, los angeles leggenda dell'assedio di Zamora, Il "Cantar del mio Cid", los angeles storia di Rodrigo, Carme latino del Cid, "Las mocedades" del Cid, Roncisvalle, Mainet, los angeles "Gesta" di Alfonso XI .
- L'angelo della finestra d'Occidente
- Enigma, segreto, oracolo
- Beckett's Dantes : Intertextuality in the fiction and criticism
- Filosofia teoretica
- Il grande brivido. Saggi di simbolica e arte
Extra resources for A Bibliographical Catalogue of Italian Books Printed in England 1558–1603
14. NOTES: consist of five notes: 1. Brief account of the book with reference to its publication details. 2. Reason for inclusion or information about the Italian original. 3. The name(s) of the dedicatee(s) and contributor(s) of commendatory verses. 4. The information on later editions is given. Issues have no independent mention with a few exceptions in the present catalogue, but are considered together with the editions. Although an entry number is given normally only to the first edition of a work, if it was published during the Elizabethan period, the publication details of all the subsequent Elizabethan editions are supplied.
Parkin’s approach threw light on a different aspect of Bruno’s activities to supplement Yates’s contribution mentioned above. Denis V. 58 Some of his information on their products is reflected in the catalogue. A brief look at a list of wares from the printing house of John Wolfe reveals that there was a good market for books about the real face of Italy. 60 Wolfe also published toward the end of his career The Ceremonies, Solemnities, and Prayers, an account of the opening of the gates of four Catholic Churches in Rome, together with the Bull by Clement VIII (§281), which suggests that he was not simply a devout Protestant printer, but also a tactful entrepreneur.
All the Italian books are classified roughly in two categories: books that are concerned with metaphysical aspects of life, and those that are more directly related to practical life as follows: a. Genres which deal with metaphysical aspects of life: Literature 100 books, 174 editions Play 7 books, 7 editions92 b. Genres concerned with more practical life: Language 17 books, 32 editions Learning and Methodology 45 books, 74 editions They include interesting varieties of quasi-technical subjects, which constitute what are called modern handbooks.
A Bibliographical Catalogue of Italian Books Printed in England 1558–1603 by Soko Tomita