By Byron Ellsworth Hamann
Tracing the worldwide effect of Nebrija’s dictionary, Byron Ellsworth Hamann, during this interdisciplinary, deeply researched ebook, connects pagan Rome, Muslim Spain, Aztec Tenochtitlan, Elizabethan England, the Spanish Philippines, and past, revealing new connections in international background. The Translations of Nebrija re-creates the travels of individuals, books, and concepts through the early smooth global and divulges the adaptability of Nebrija’s textual content, tracing the methods heirs and pirate printers altered the dictionary within the many years after its first ebook. It unearths how entries in a variety of versions have been multiplied to house new suggestions, corresponding to for indigenous languages within the Americas—a technique with profound implications for realizing pre-Hispanic paintings, structure, and writing. It indicates how phrases written within the margins of surviving dictionaries from the Americas make clear the writing and getting to know of dictionaries around the early sleek world.
Exploring phrases and the dictionaries that made experience of them, this booklet charts new international connections and demanding situations many assumptions in regards to the early sleek world.
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