7 edition of The History of the Sevarambians found in the catalog.
July 30, 2006
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||390|
Contemporary full vellum with ms. spine title. Leaves Bb and Cc supplied from another copy. The first German edition of Vairasse's "Histoire des Sevarambes" ("History of the Sevarambians"), translated from the French edition. This is an account of an imaginary journey to Australia, a utopian history in the style of Thomas Moore. Geographisches Kleinod, aus zweyen sehr ungemeinen Edelgesteinen bestehend; darunter der Erster eine Historie der New-gefundenen Völcker Sevarambes genannt,. Der Ander aber vorstellet die seltzamen begebenheiten herren T.S. eines englischen Kauff-Herrens.[Sultzbach], printed by Abraham Lichtenthaler, 4to. With engraved frontispiece, 16 engraved plates .
Limitations aside, The History of the Sevarambians is an important and complex text. This edition, which provides two different editions, French and English side by side, is important to current utopian scholarship and offers readers and scholars the opportunity for detailed textual comparison and analysis. Endnote (1.). Books / Books Series of the Journal of the History of Philosophy, ), “Skepticism: Academic and Pyrrhonian” in Jonathan Dewald, ed., Europe to Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World (New York: Scribner’s, ), vol. 5, “L’anti-millénarisme de Bayle: la menace de ceux qui prétendent.
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Reminiscent of More's Utopia and Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Denis Veiras's History of the Sevarambians is one of the great utopian novels of the seventeenth century.
Set in Australia, this rollicking adventure story comes complete with a shipwreck, romantic tales, religious fraud, magical talismans, and supernatural animals.3/5.
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Reminiscent of More’s Utopia and Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, Denis Veiras’s History of the Sevarambians is one of the great utopian novels of the seventeenth century. Set in Australia, this rollicking adventure story comes complete with a shipwreck, romantic tales, religious fraud, magical talismans, and supernatural animals.
Denis Veiras, The History of the Sevarambians, The European Legacy, (book review). Writing The History of the Sevarambians in the s, the Huguenot Denis Veiras borrowed many ideas from Garcilaso de la Vega, also known as El Inca, whose Royal Commentaries of the Incas was published in Both works describe the history of an empire and justify it on the ground that it brought peace and unity.
While Garcilaso’s book purported to be a history, his. Within literature, history, politics, philosophy and theology, the interpretation of utopian ideals has evolved constantly. Juxtaposing historical views on utopian diagnoses, prescriptions and on the character and value of utopian thought with more modern interpretations, this volume explores how our ideal utopia has transformed over time.
The book was an international success, translated into several languages, "originally in English, then in a French version that spurred German, Dutch, and Italian translations (Atkinson ).". History of the Sevarambians; External links. Works. The history of the Sevarambians: a people of the South-Continent [Ressource électronique]: in five parts: containing an account of the government, laws, religion, manners, and language of that nation / translated from the memoirs of Captain Siden [pseud.] who.
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Conversely, most readers today pay little attention to Hume’s various books of essays and to his History of England, 4 but these are the works that were read avidly by his contemporaries. If one is to get a balanced view of Hume’s thought, it is necessary to study both groups of writings.
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