The Bible in English: Its History and Influence
Yale University Press, 2003 - 899 pagina's
A history of English translations of the Bible, from approximately the fourth century to the present day, explains the work of major translators, the history of influential translations following Tyndale, including Coverdale's, the Geneva Bibles and the King James Bible, and how greatly American translations have contributed in the late twentieth century.
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The Bible in English: It's History and Influence by David Daniell is a massive, and comprehensive, book on the history of English Bible translations. At 900 pages, it needs a serious commitment of ... Volledige review lezen
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The greatest of the earlier translators of the Bible into English, William Tyndale, died in 1536 as a martyr for his work. Immediately after him, however, translations proliferated: the Bible has now ... Volledige review lezen