Cambridge University Press, Sep 30, 2002 - History - 134 pages
This is a fully revised edition of what is already one of the most successful volumes in the entire series of Cambridge Texts. This revision incorporates the many refinements to the translation of Utopia undertaken for the dual-language scholarly edition published in 1995, and Professor Logan has also updated the editorial commentary and introduction to take account of scholarship published since the first Cambridge Texts edition of Utopia appeared in 1989. This Logan-Adams edition is now firmly established as the most accurate, acc essible and student-friendly rendition of Utopia currently available.
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