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Author Carlyon, Jonathan Earl.

Title Andrés González de Barcia and the creation of the colonial Spanish American library / Jonathan Earl Carlyon
Published Toronto [Ont.] : University of Toronto Press, [2005]
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Description 1 online resource (253 pages)
Series Studies in book and print culture
Studies in book and print culture.
Contents ""CONTENTS""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""Introduction""; ""1 Andrés González de Barcia as Commentator in the First Phase of His Scholarship on the Historiography of the Indies""; ""2 The EpÃtome de la Biblioteca, Before: Seventeenth-Century Conceptualizations of the Bibliographical Mission: Antonio de León Pinelo and Nicolás Antonio""; ""3 The EpÃtome de la Biblioteca, After: Bibliography as a Reflection of Andrés González de Barciaâ€?s Intellectual Project for New World Scholarship""
""4 Andrés González de Barciaâ€?s Creation of the Spanish American Library and His Edition of Gregorio GarcÃaâ€?s Origen de los Indios""""5 The Index as a Scholarly and Political Tool in the Americanist Editions of Andrés González de Barcia""; ""Appendix: Complete Bibliography of González de Barciaâ€?s Americanist Editions (1720â€?1743)""; ""Notes""; ""Works Cited""; ""Index""; ""A""; ""B""; ""C""; ""D""; ""E""; ""F""; ""G""; ""H""; ""I""; ""J""; ""K""; ""L""; ""M""; ""N""; ""O""; ""P""; ""Q""; ""R""; ""S""; ""T""; ""U""; ""V""; ""W""; ""Y""; ""Z""
Summary One of early Enlightenment Spain's most important scholars, Andrés González de Barcia (1673-1743) produced more than two dozen critical editions of some of Spain's most significant works on the New World, many of which were already rare when he published them. In this highly original new book, Jonathan E. Carlyon traces González de Barcia's work as editor, bibliographer, and author, focusing on his program of scholarly republication that resulted in the creation of the first comprehensive colonial Spanish American library. González de Barcia established his collection to provide the historiography of the period with an order and clarity. He sought to underline what he considered to be the truth regarding colonial Spain by supplying his editions with marginal notes, prefatory writings, and scholarly indices. In so doing, he prepared the foundation for the modern study of colonial Spanish American letters. Andrés González de Barcia and the Creation of the Colonial Spanish American Library is an investigation into González de Barcia and his editorial agenda. It is essential to understanding the nature and importance of this great scholar and his contribution to the development of Spanish historiography, bibliography, and book history
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Some text in Spanish
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Subject Barcía Carballido y Zúñiga, Andrés González de, 1673-1743.
Bibliography -- Spain -- History -- 18th century.
Americas -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish -- Bibliography.
Spain -- Colonies -- America -- Bibliography.
Spain -- Colonies -- America -- Library resources.
Genre/Form Bibliography.
History.
Bibliographies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1282023616
1442670843 (electronic bk.)
9781282023611
9781442670846 (electronic bk.)
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