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Trust and Proof : Translators in Renaissance Print Culture.

Author: Andrea Rizzi
Publisher: Boston : BRILL, 2017.
Series: Library of the Written Word - the Handpress World Ser.
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Rizzi, Andrea.
Trust and Proof : Translators in Renaissance Print Culture.
Boston : BRILL, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Rizzi
ISBN: 9789004323889 9004323880
OCLC Number: 1013824683
Description: 1 online resource (327 pages).
Contents: Intro --
Trust and Proof: Translators in Renaissance Print Culture --
Copyright --
Contents --
Foreword: Translation, Print Technologies, and Modernity: Testing the Grand Narrative --
Acknowledgements --
List of Figures --
List of Contributors --
Introduction --
Part 1: Translators' Rhetorics: Dedication and Imitatio --
1 The Social Transmission of Translations in Renaissance Italy: Strategies of Dedication --
2 Monkey Business: Imitatio and Translators' Visibility in Renaissance Europe --
3 Rhetorical Ethos and the Translating Self in Early Modern England --
Part 2: Transcultural Translations --
4 Multi-Version Texts and Translators' Anxieties: Imagined Readers in John Florio's Bilingual Dialogues --
5 "No Stranger in Foreign Lands": Francisco de Hollanda and the Translation of Italian Art and Art Theory --
6 Authors, Translators, Printers: Production and Reception of Novels between Manuscript and Print in Fifteenth-Century Germany --
7 Reframing Idolatry in Zapotec: Dominican Translations of the Christian Doctrine in Sixteenth-Century Oaxaca --
Part 3: Women Translating in Renaissance Europe --
8 Paratextual Economies in Tudor Women's Translations: Margaret More Roper, Mary Roper Basset and Mary Tudor --
9 Translating Eloquence: History, Fidelity, and Creativity in the Fairy Tales of Marie-Jeanne Lhéritier --
10 Women Translators and Print Culture in Sixteenth-Century Germany --
Conclusion --
Color Plates --
Bibliography --
Index of Names.
Series Title: Library of the Written Word - the Handpress World Ser.

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