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Thu Oct 16 18:00:29 2014 UTClccn-n500040810.30Selected essays,0.631.00John Florio : the man who was Shakespeare /49375066John_Florion 5000408139672Florio.Florio, Giovanni.Florio Giovanni 1553?-1625Florio, Giovanni ca 1553-1625Florio, Iohn.Florio, Iohn 1553?-1625Florio, JeanFlorio Jean 1553?-1625Florio, John ca.1553-1625フローリオ, ジョンlccn-n79068499Montaigne, Michel de1533-1592lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50080987Cartier, Jacques1491-1557lccn-n50014251Yates, Frances Amelialccn-n83056036Stewart, J. I. M.(John Innes Mackintosh)1906-1994edtlccn-n79043630Gide, André1869-1951edtlccn-n83216713Bussy, Dorothytrllccn-n84134431Torriano, Giovannilccn-n50071259Southampton, Henry WriothesleyEarl of1573-1624lccn-n50036877Acheson, Arthur1864-1930Florio, John1553?-1625DictionariesConversation and phrase booksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceHistoryMontaigne, Michel de,French essaysItalian languageFlorio, John,Shakespeare, William,English languageDiscoveries in geographyAmericaNorth America--New FranceDiscovery and exploration, FrenchAuthors, FrenchCanadaIndians of North AmericaCivilizationPhilosophySurrealismEssais (Montaigne, Michel de)EnglandGreat BritainCivilization--Italian influencesLanguage and cultureItaliansRenaissanceContemporariesSouthampton, Henry Wriothesley,--Earl of,EssaysEducationMarriageHumanityChristianityItalian language--GrammarProverbs, ItalianItalyFalstaff, John, Sir (Fictitious character)Trechmann, E. J.--(Emil Julius),ProverbsDecamerone (Boccaccio, Giovanni)Art appreciationFrench literatureFriendshipDramatists, English--Early modernIntellectual lifeHomesDramatists, English--Homes and hauntsEngland--LondonCartier, Jacques,Comparative literature--French and EnglishComparative literature--English and FrenchFranceWeather forecasting1553162515781580158515901591159816031611161316201623162616321649165916841688169016971820183618801885188618891891189218931894189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908191019161919192019211922192519271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194619471948194919511953195419551956195919611964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751977198019811986198719891991199319992001200420052006200720082009201020112012201320149910243803844.31PQ1642.E5ocn000419858ocn000831883ocn001582147ocn000374449ocn853244610ocn000631625ocn006715518ocn001499561ocn000058262ocn004552657ocn859423212ocn6125152642138111ocn003736426book18850.53Montaigne, Michel deEssays of Michel de MontaigneCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondence89911ocn000419858book19660.47Cartier, JacquesNavigations to Newe Fraunce5228ocn000831883book19390.53Montaigne, Michel deThe living thoughts of Montaigne"André Gide has selected and arranged the essence of Montaigne's thought from the essays translated by John Florio, 1606."36119ocn841909777book15980.66Florio, JohnA worlde of wordesDictionariesAward-winning author Hermann W. Haller has prepared the first critical edition of A Worlde of Wordes, which features 46,000 Italian entries -- among them dialect forms, erotic terminology, colloquial phrases, and proverbs of the Italian language33428ocn012282490book16590.84Florio, JohnVocabolario italiano & inglese A dictionary Italian & EnglishDictionaries25619ocn003953230book15910.82Florio, JohnSecond frutes, 1591. A facimile reproductionConversation and phrase books+-+977766573520912ocn000219158book19680.82Florio, JohnQueen Anna's new world of words, 1611Dictionaries17512ocn000152285book15910.66Florio, JohnFlorios second frvtesConversation and phrase books1625ocn000374449book19640.59Montaigne, Michel deSelected essays of Montaigne, in the translation of John Florio12410ocn041929224book19310.79Montaigne, Michel deMontaigne's essays1207ocn606497401file15780.70Florio, JohnFlorio his firste fruites which yeelde familiar speech, merie prouerbes, wittie sentences, and golden sayings. Also a perfect induction to the Italian, and English tongues, as in the table appeareth. The like heretofore, neuer by any man publishedConversation and phrase books1203ocn000027023book19690.66Florio, JohnFirste fruitesConversation and phrase books11823ocn008567025book16110.88Florio, JohnQueen Anna's new world of words, or, Dictionarie of the Italian and English tonguesDictionaries11710ocn606485932file15910.77Florio, JohnFlorios second frutes to be gathered of twelue trees, of diuers but delightsome tastes to the tongues of Italians and Englishmen. To which is annexed his Gardine of recreation yeelding six thousand Italian prouerbsConversation and phrase books1166ocn006715518book15800.79Cartier, JacquesTwo navigations to Newe FraunceHistory10518ocn000596976book16320.92Montaigne, Michel deThe essayes, or, Morall, politike, and militarie discourses of Lord Michael de Montaigne1018ocn001499561book19300.30Montaigne, Michel deSelected essaysCareful selection of 8 masterly essays by noted French writer and thinker: "Of Friendship," "Of Books," "Of Cruelty," "Of Repentance," "Of Three Commerces," "Of Solitude," "Of the Inequality Among Us" and "That It Is Folly to Measure Truth and Error by Our Own Capacity." Classic Charles Cotton translation. New introductory Note954ocn853244610book20140.33Montaigne, Michel deShakespeare's Montaigne : the Florio translation of the essays"An NYRB Classics Original Shakespeare, Nietzsche once wrote, was Montaigne's best reader. It is a typically brilliant Nietzschean insight, capturing the intimate relationship between the ever-changing record of the mutable self constituted by Montaigne's Essays and Shakespeare's kaleidoscopic register of human character. For all that, how much Shakespeare actually read Montaigne remains a matter of uncertainty and debate to this day. That he read him there is no doubt. Passages from Montaigne are evidently reworked in both King Lear and The Tempest, and there are possible echoes elsewhere in the plays. But however closely Shakespeare himself may have pored over the Essays, he lived in a milieu in which Montaigne was widely known, oft cited, and both disputed and respected. This in turn was thanks to the inspired and dazzling translation of his work by a man who was a fascinating polymath, man-about-town, and master of language himself, John Florio. Shakespeare's Montaigne offers modern readers a new, adroitly modernized edition of Florio's translation of the Essays, a still-resonant reading of Montaigne that is also a masterpiece of English prose. Florio's translation, like Sir Robert Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy and the works of Sir Thomas Browne, is notable not only for its stylistic range and felicity and the deep and lingering music of many passages, but also for having helped to invent the English language as we know it today, supplying it, very much as Shakespeare also did, with new words and enduring turns of phrase. Stephen Greenblatt's introduction also explores the echoes and significant tensions between Shakespeare's and Montaigne's world visions, while Peter Platt introduces readers to the life and times of John Florio. Altogether, this book provides a remarkable new experience of not just two but three great writers who ushered in the modern world"--8613ocn004604494book16130.90Montaigne, Michel deEssayes823ocn606540298file15910.74Perpetuall and naturall prognostications of the change of weather Gathered out of diuers ancient and late writers, and placed in order for the common good of all men. Newly translated out of Italian into English by I.F68310ocn000308184book19340.63Yates, Frances AmeliaJohn Florio; the life of an Italian in Shakespeare's EnglandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+092526670538813ocn000140402book19200.70Acheson, ArthurShakespeare's lost years in London 1586-1592, giving new light on the pre-sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John FalstaffCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography2484ocn060667978book20050.63Wyatt, MichaelThe Italian encounter with Tudor England a cultural politics of translationHistory"This original and interdisciplinary study maintains that questions of language are at the center of the circulation of ideas in the early modern period. Wyatt first examines the agency of this shifting community of immigrant Italians in the transmission of Italy's cultural patrimony and its impact on the nascent English nation; Part Two turns to the exemplary career of John Florio, the Italo-Englishman who worked as a language teacher, lexicographer, and translator in Elizabethan and Jacobean England."--BOOK JACKET+-+71439367051593ocn001979354book19530.90Wright, Herbert GThe first English translation of the Decameron, 16201555ocn858004741book20130.86Hamlin, William MMontaigne's English journey : reading the essays in Shakespeare's dayHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc'Montaigne's English Journey' provides a vivid account of the way in which English readers made sense of Montaigne's 'Essays' during the seventeenth century and how it influenced their own writing1018ocn004277622book19210.88Chambrun, Clara LongworthGiovanni Florio, un apôtre de la renaissance en Angleterre à l'époque de ShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography433ocn000573326book19690.95Franzero, Carlo MariaJohn Florio a Londra ai tempi di Shakespeare422ocn010750580book19030.90Dieckow, FritzJohn Florio's englische Übersetzung der Essais Montaigne's und Lord Bacon's, Ben Jonson's und Robert Burton's Verhältnis zu Montaigne131ocn062318801book20050.90Rotundo, DomenicoLe origini italiane di Shakespeare, J. Florio e la rosacroce : scienza ed esoterismo nella Calabria del Seicento122ocn013186800book19550.98Paladino, SantiUn italiano autore delle opere Shakespeariane (Saggio) Segnalazione d'onore al Concorso Nazionale Gastaldi 1954111ocn669928121file19200.56Acheson, ArthurShakespeare's lost years in London giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period, showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton, and displaying John Florio as Sir John FalstaffBiography91ocn034589721book19470.97Policardi, SilvioJohn Florio e le relazioni culturali anglo-italiane agli albori del XVII secolo61ocn767578725book20110.95Cuneo, AnneUn monde de mots : John Florio, traducteur, lexicographe, pédagogue, homme de lettres : un récitFiction31ocn751858343book20091.00Tassinari, LambertoJohn Florio : the man who was ShakespeareHistoryBiography32ocn038700638mix19910.47Boutcher, Warren VincentFlorio's Montaigne : translation and pragmatic humanism in the sixteenth centuryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn825137059book20120.47Yates, Frances AmeliaJon furorio : Sheikusupia jidai no ingurando ni okeru ichi itariajin no shogai21ocn010380595book19811.00A Florilegium for John Florio : 198111ocn224524063book19660.47O'Connor D. JGiovanni Florio e il suo contributo alla lessicografia Italo-Inglese11ocn063648180book19610.93JamesJohn Florio e il Basilicon Doron di James VI: un esempio inedito di versione elisabettiana11ocn317741088art15911.00Shakespeare, WilliamPhaëton to his friend Florio : [Sonnet]+-+9777665735+-+9777665735Thu Oct 16 15:59:05 EDT 2014batch34479