Francisco Enzinas: Un Humanista Reformado En La Europa De Carlos V

March 29, 2020

Francisco Enzinas: Un Humanista Reformado En La Europa De Carlos V

Titulo del libro: Francisco Enzinas: Un Humanista Reformado En La Europa De Carlos V

Autor: Jorge Bergua Cavero

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SINOPSIS

Francisco de Enzinas is undoubtedly one of the most attractive characters of the Spanish and European humanism and Reformation of the sixteenth century. After being condemned, like so many other prominent figures of Spanish heterodoxy, to a thick oblivion of centuries, this book, taking advantage of the studies and recent editions on the subject, offers a complete and structured account of the short but agitated biography of Enzinas within reach Of the non-specialized reader. From a sociological point of view, the various facets of the character"s activity, which was reformed more or less Lutheran and author of notable narratives of anti-Catholic propaganda (especially his Memoirs), are analyzed; Polyglot and translator, with important contributions both in the biblical field and in the Greco-Roman classics; University professor in Cambridge and preceptor; Publisher and quasi-dealer of books in exile, especially in Basel and Strasbourg, with a personal bibliography bristling with problems of attribution and some small mysteries. A life, in short, but extraordinarily risky, dense and cosmopolitan, we can follow in a good measure in the very voice that the protagonist offers us in his extensive epistolary preserved. Francisco de Enzinas is undoubtedly one of the most attractive characters of the Spanish and European humanism and Reformation of the sixteenth century. After being condemned, like so many other prominent figures of Spanish heterodoxy, to a thick oblivion of centuries, this book, taking advantage of the studies and recent editions on the subject, offers a complete and structured account of the short but agitated biography of Enzinas Within reach of the non-specialized reader. From a sociological point of view, the various facets of the character"s activity, which were reformed Lutheran and author of remarkable narratives of anti-Catholic propaganda (especially his Memoirs), are analyzed; Polyglot and translator, with important contributions both in the biblical field and in the Greco-Roman classics; University professor in Cambridge and preceptor; Publisher and quasi-dealer of books in exile, especially in Basel and Strasbourg, with a personal bibliography bristling with problems of attribution and some small mysteries. A life, in short, but extraordinarily risky, dense and cosmopolitan, we can follow in good measure in the very voice that the protagonist offers us in his extensive epistolary preserved.