A Reading Edition
A terrific edition, ideal for purpose, putting More's Richard III back into circulation at low cost with exactly the right amount of guidance for students. * John Guy, Clare College, University of Cambridge * Logan . . . provides a clear edition of the English version of More's classic work, as well as lucid commentary on the value of the history, an annotated bibliography for further reading, a chronology of events, and a glossary for ease of comprehending 16th-century vocabulary. . . .This edition retains the flavor of the original language, employing footnotes to provide immediate illumination of difficult phraseology. . . . Recommended. Choice * Choice *
George M. Logan is the James Cappon Professor of English and former Head of the Department of English at Queen's University, Canada. A leading More scholar, he is author of The Meaning of More's "Utopia", principal editor of the current standard Latin-English edition of Utopia, and senior editor of the 16th-century section of The Norton Anthology of English Literature.
Preface Textual Practices Introduction Further Reading Chronology The History of King Richard the Third Selective Glossary Editorial Practices Textual Notes Appendix: Literary Relations Index