The article analyzes “Il pellegrino inglese” (1552), a political dialogue written by William Thomas in Italian and then probably translated by himself into English. In this dialogue Thomas, the “pigrim” of the title, is present as a character and pronounces a detailed apology of Henry VIII’s political decisions, and of the English Reformation. The dialogue is set in Bologna, during a dinner party at the Italian gentleman’s house of whom the pilgrim is a special guest.

Il pellegrino inglese / The Pilgrim

DEIDDA, ANTIOCO ANGELO
2002

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The article analyzes “Il pellegrino inglese” (1552), a political dialogue written by William Thomas in Italian and then probably translated by himself into English. In this dialogue Thomas, the “pigrim” of the title, is present as a character and pronounces a detailed apology of Henry VIII’s political decisions, and of the English Reformation. The dialogue is set in Bologna, during a dinner party at the Italian gentleman’s house of whom the pilgrim is a special guest.
88-8467-100-0
Riforma Anglicana - Intermediazione culturale; Reformation - Cultural Mediation
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