A Bibliographical Catalogue of Italian Books Printed in by Soko Tomita

By Soko Tomita

A sequel to Tomita’s A Bibliographical Catalogue of Italian Books revealed in England 1558-1603, this quantity presents the knowledge for the succeeding forty years (during the reign of King James I and Charles I) and contributes to the learn of Anglo-Italian family members in literature via entries on 187 Italian books (335 variations) revealed in England. starts off with the books released instantly after the dying of Queen Elizabeth I on 24 March 1603, and results in 1642 with the ultimate of English theatres. It additionally includes forty five Elizabethan books (75 editions), which didn't function within the prior quantity. Formatted alongside the traces of Mary Augusta Scott's Elizabethan Translations from the Italian (1916), and adopting Philip Gaskell's clinical approach to bibliographical description, this quantity offers trustworthy and finished information regarding books and their ebook, seen in a normal standpoint of Anglo-Italian transactions in Jacobean and a part of Caroline England.

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