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London
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Telephone 020 7297 4888
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Specialists Art, Architecture, Economics, Philosophy, English, European Literature, Early Printing, Islamic World, Natural History, Science & Medicine, Photography, Travel, Manuscripts, Music, Politics, Law, Human Sciences, Archives, Valuations
Bernard Quaritch Ltd
Stand B10

PAYNE, Anthony.

Richard Hakluyt: A Guide to His Books and to those Associated with Him, 1580-1625. , Quaritch 2008

210 x 150 mm, pp. [iv], 116, with 18 full-page illustrations; pictorial card wrappers. ISBN: 978-0-9550852-7-7.

Note
In this guide various approaches to Hakluyt's books are suggested under a number of interrelated headings: his patronage and connections; Italian and French influences; his use of illustration and presentation of texts; and, finally, his impact and readership. Extensive notes are provided to indicate further primary and secondary references and, finally, there is a bibliography of the books by or otherwise associated with Hakluyt published between 1580 and 1625.

Condition
New
£20