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La utopia de Tomás Moro, gran canciller de Inglaterra, vizconde y ciudadano de Londres / traducida del latin at castellano por Gerónimo Antonio de Medinilla y Porres

Main Author: More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535
Related Names: Medinilla y Porres, Gerónimo Antonio de
Language(s): Spanish
Published: Madrid : Impr. de P. Aznar, 1790
Edition: Dala á luz en esta 2. ed., corr., y añadida con el Resumen de la vida del autor, D.A.V.C
Subjects: Utopias
Note: Translation of Thomas More's Utopia. The first Spanish edition was published in 1637; cf. Palau and Gibson. "The Spanish translation is of the second book only; the first book is excluded"--Gibson
"Resumen de la heróyca vida, y exemplar muerte del ilustre Tomás Moro...": p. 207-231
Elegies in verse by various authors: [11] pages preceding table of contents
Noticia signed and dated: Don Francisco de Quevedo Villegas, 28 de Septiembre de 1637
"Se hallará en las librerías de Don Antonio del Castillo, frente de San Felipe el Real; en la de Cerro, calle de Cedaceros, y su puesto calle de Alcalá."
Physical Description: [24], 231 pages ; 15 cm
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