The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (Modern Library)
Published in 1860, Burckhardt’s great work redefined our sense of the European past, wholly reinterpreting what has since been known simply as the Italian Renaissance. With unsurpassed erudition, Burckhardt illuminates a world of artistic and cultural ferment, innovation, and discovery; of revived humanism; of fierce tensions between church and empire; and of the birth of both the modern state and the modern individual. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy remains the single most important and influential account of this crucial moment in the history of the West.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Specifications of The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (Modern Library)
|Number Of Pages||424|
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