Talbot, George Books

About the editor: Dr. George Talbot studied at the University of Dublin, and now lectures in italian at the University of Hull, where he is the Italian department’s Director of Studies and Head of Research. Among his many publications he has written Montale’s ‘mestiere vile’ (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1995), edited Benvenuti! An integrated course in Italian (Kildare: CERT, 1995), and is a contributor to the forthcoming Oxford Companion to Italian Literature.

Lord Charlemont's History of Italian Poetry From Dante to Metastasio a Critical Edition From the Autograph Manuscript Vol. 1
2000 0-7734-7782-9
Lord Charlemont conceived of his three-volume history of Italian poetry as a contribution to the reputation in the English-speaking world of the Italian literary tradition, by means of a substantial annotated anthology of texts, with his translations in parallel. Over 300 pages of his 1600 page manuscript are dedicated to Dante, easily the most detailed treatment in English before the work of professional scholars in the nineteenth century. Charlemont was a will-known scholarly figure of the Johnsonian period. This critical edition presents Charlemonts facing page translations of each authors work.

Lord Charlemont’s History of Italian Poetry From Dante to Metastasio a Critical Edition From the Autograph Manuscript Vol. 1
2000 0-7734-7780-2
Lord Charlemont conceived of his three-volume history of Italian poetry as a contribution to the reputation in the English-speaking world of the Italian literary tradition, by means of a substantial annotated anthology of texts, with his translations in parallel. Over 300 pages of his 1600 page manuscript are dedicated to Dante, easily the most detailed treatment in English before the work of professional scholars in the nineteenth century. Charlemont was a will-known scholarly figure of the Johnsonian period. This critical edition presents Charlemont’s facing page translations of each author’s work.

Lord Charlemont’s History of Italian Poetry From Dante to Metastasio a Critical Edition From the Autograph Manuscript Vol. 3
2000 0-7734-7784-5
Lord Charlemont conceived of his three-volume history of Italian poetry as a contribution to the reputation in the English-speaking world of the Italian literary tradition, by means of a substantial annotated anthology of texts, with his translations in parallel. Over 300 pages of his 1600 page manuscript are dedicated to Dante, easily the most detailed treatment in English before the work of professional scholars in the nineteenth century. Charlemont was a will-known scholarly figure of the Johnsonian period. This critical edition presents Charlemont’s facing page translations of each author’s work.