Catalog Record: More's Utopia | Hathi Trust Digital Library


More's Utopia. The English translation thereof mad by Ralphe Robynson; printed from the 2d ed, 1556. To which is prefixed The life of Sir Thos. More, written by his son-in-law, William Roper, reprinted from Hearne's ed, 1716. Ed., with introduction, notes, glossary and index of names, by J. Rawson Lumby. Ed. for the syndics of the University press.

Main Author: More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535.
Related Names: Lumby, J. Rawson 1831-1895., Roper, William 1496-1578., Robinson, Ralph b. 1521., tr.
Language(s): English
Published: Cambridge, The University press, 1890.
Subjects: Utopias
Note: Contains reproduction of original t. p.: A frutefull, pleasant, and wittie worke, of the beste state of a publique weale, and of the newe yle, called Utopia ... London, A. Vele [1556]
Physical Description: xix, [v]-lvi, 259, [1] p. 17 cm.
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