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A LEXICOGRAPHIC STUDY OF THE LEXICAL DOMAIN OF ‘FAUNA’ IN JOHN FLORIO’S WORLDE OF WORDES: SOCIOCULTURAL IMPLICATIONS
ABSTRACT: John Florio, an Elizabethan humanist of Anglo-Italian origin, published in 1598 the first edition of an Italian-English dictionary under the title of “A Worlde of Wordes.” This lexicographic work is presented as a bridge …
In this article D. J. O’ Connor analyses John Florio’s dictionaries and his contribution to Italian-English lexicography. Author: D.J. O’ Connor | Language: English
This paper looks at John Florio’s comments on translation — especially in the Epistle Dedicatorie and To the Curteous Reader of his 1603 translation of Montaigne’s Essayes — and examines …
Boccaccio’s Decameron was translated anonymously by John Florio and published in 1620. This essay analyses John Florio’s style and voice of his translation of the famous work of Giovanni Boccaccio. …
Queen’s Anna New World of Words embraces nearly 74,000 definitions. Not only was the volume almost twice larger than its predecessor, containing about 75.000 definitions, but in the preparing of …
Ben Jonson wrote in a copy of Volpone he gave to John Florio that he was the “Ayde of His Muses”. Jeremy Lester’s essay argues a far deeper implication of …