Publication date: oldest first
Publication date: newest first
Price: lowest first
Price: highest first
Product Name: A to Z
Product Name: Z to A
products by page
The present collection of articles examines translation and translators from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, shedding light on the essential importance of historicity and subjectivity...
Depuis soixante ans, Jean Paul Barbier-Mueller aime la poésie et les livres. Depuis quarante ans, il publie le catalogue de la plus importante collection de livres de poésie de la Renaissance jamais constituée, Ma bibliothèque poétique...
Sixteenth-century Parisian printer-booksellers published about a hundred works in Italian. This editorial activity, mostly the work of Italian members of the royal entourage and Italian-speaking Frenchmen, illustrates the protection that the kings of France...
Nicolas Bérauld (c. 1470-after 1545) played a very important role in the development of the Parisian humanism, at the beginning of the XVIth century. He was not, as his friends and model Erasmus and Guillaume Budé, a spiritual thinker or a "political activist "...
This is the first critical edition of a hitherto unpublished sixteenth-century Venetian trial for heresy. The defendant was a young noblewoman in the northeastern area of the Republic of Venice. Her two-year trial is very interesting, for several reasons...
These collected texts explore the nature and polysemy of Renaissance judicial decisions, including their literary character and sources.
In this volume of Theodore Beza’s memoirs, the Reformation theologian and author records the events of 1598, many of which center around the results of the Edict of Nantes...
Michel de l’Hospital’s Carmina ranges from the hopes of humanism to the disillusion of the Wars of Religion. This work of sixteenth-century poetry traces the social, intellectual, moral, spiritual itinerary of a moderate heir to Erasmus...
This volume brings together the perspectives of researchers interested in the personality, pedagogical practices, and writings of those French grammar school teachers who became humanists and poets in the first half of the 16th century...
Any researcher or lover of 16th century French literature must at some point have encountered the name of Charles Fontaine, saluted by so many of his contemporaries. A poet as well as a translator and a publisher, Fontaine incarnated the multiplicity of the problems...