近代初期ヨーロッパにおけるトマス・モア『ユートピア』<br>Thomas More's Utopia in Early Modern Europe Paratexts and Contexts : Paratexts and Contexts

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近代初期ヨーロッパにおけるトマス・モア『ユートピア』
Thomas More's Utopia in Early Modern Europe Paratexts and Contexts : Paratexts and Contexts

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 302 p./サイズ 10 b/w illus.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719077302
  • DDC分類 335.02

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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2008. Provides the first complete account of all the editions of Utopia, whether vernacular or Latin, printed before 1650, together with a transcription of all the prefatory materials they contain.

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Thomas More's Utopia in Early Modern Europe provides the first complete account of all the editions of Utopia, whether vernacular or Latin, printed before 1650, together with a transcription of all the prefatory materials they contain. The reception of the idea of Utopia in early modern Europe has been studied extensively before: what has been lacking is a composite picture of how Utopia moved by means of translation from culture to culture and of the ways in which particular versions offered themselves to their readers.Part I consists of a series of chapters which provide a contextual and interpretative framework for each national group of translations; in Part II, the substantive paratexts of all the extant translations of Utopia printed between 1524 and 1643 are reproduced both in the original language and in English translation. The book also contains a chapter sketching the fortunes of the Latin paratexts and editions up to 1650, and a transcription of a single Latin paratext which has never, to our knowledge, been printed in modern times.This book will be of interest to specialists in early modern cultural history and history of the book, to graduate students working in these fields, and to anyone for whom the extraordinary success of More's Utopia as a book published on the European market remains a perennial fascination. -- .

Table of Contents

        List of illustrations                      vii
Contributors ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xvii
Part I Versions of Utopia: a European map
Introduction 3 (11)
A Protean text: Utopia in Latin, 1516-1631 14 (18)
The German translations: humanist politics 32 (15)
and literary journalism
The Italian Utopia of Lando, Doni and 47 (20)
Sansovino: paradox and politics
The French versions of Utopia: Christian 67 (20)
and cosmopolitan models
The English translation: thinking about the 87 (17)
commonwealth
The Dutch translation: austerity and 104 (6)
pragmatism
The Spanish translations: humanism and 110 (171)
politics
Afterword: transferring Utopia 128 (17)
Part II The paratexts
Principles and editorial conventions 145 (4)
The German paratexts 149 (22)
The Italian paratexts 171 (10)
The French paratexts 181 (24)
The English paratexts 205 (14)
The Dutch paratexts 219 (14)
The Spanish paratexts 233 (40)
A Latin paratext: Milan 1620 273 (4)
Tables of prefatory material in Latin 277 (4)
editions
Bibliography 281 (14)
Index 295