Travels and Translations in the Sixteenth Century: Selected Papers from the Second International Conference of the Tudor Symposium, 2000 (Studies in European Cultural Transition Series) / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, NOOK Book
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction, Arthur F. Kinney. Travels: Travailing abroad: the poet as adventurer, Elizabeth Heale; Painful pilgrimage: 16th-century English travellers to Greece, Efterpi Mitsi; Foreign bodies: politics, polemic, and the continental landscape, Cathy Shrank; Representing Rome and the self in Anthony Munday's The English Roman Life, Melanie Ord. Translations: The European transmission of caritas in More's Dialogue of Comfort, Benedek Péter Tóta; Translatio Mori: Ellis Heywood's 'Thomas More', Mark Robson; Translation and the definition of sovereignty: the case of Elizabeth Tudor, Georgia E. Brown; Italian weeds and English bodies: translating 'The Adventures of Master F.J.', Amina Alyal; Sir John Harington and the poetics of Tudor translation, Massimiliano Morini; Richard the Redeless: representations of Richard II from Boccaccio and Polydore to Holinshed and Shakespeare, Roy Rosenstein; Afterword, Mike Pincombe; Bibliography; Index.