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- Real Author: Thomas More
- George M. Logan, Queen's University, Ontario
- Robert M. Adams, University of California, Los Angeles
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This revision incorporates the many refinements to the translation of Utopia undertaken in 1995. George Logan has also updated the editorial commentary and introduction to take into account the scholarship published since the first Cambridge Texts edition of Utopia appeared in 1989. This edition is the most accessible and student-friendly version of Utopia currently available.Read more
- Revised and reset edition of very successful Cambridge Text - nearly 32,000 copies of first edition sold already
- Revision incorporates latest scholarly findings, and translation now even more accurate and accessible
- One of the great western texts: appeal to historians, literary scholars, philosophers and classicists as well as political theorists
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
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- isbn: 9781107710771
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- European Civilization
- Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture ll
- The Age of Humanism and Reform
- The Early Modern Political Imagination
- The Ends of History: Apocalypse and Utopia in Western Tradition
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