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  • The Utopian Book
    Jean-François Vallée
    Collège de Maisonneuve /Université de Montréal(Centre de recherche en intermédialité)
  • The March and November 1518 Froben editions of Utopia
  • Johannes Froben and his device(by Hans Holbein)
  • The first two editions of UtopiaMartens (Leuven, 1516) Gourmont (Paris, 1517)
  • Moriae Encomium (1511/1516)
  • The beginning of the titles of the 1516 editions ofMoriae Encomium (Froben) and Utopia (Martens)
    Stulticiælaus, libellusvereaureus, nec minuseruditus, & salutaris, quam festivus...
    Libellusvereaureusnec minus salutarisquam festivusde optimoreip. statu...
  • The Quentin Massys Diptych
    Erasmus Peter Giles
  • Parerga 1a-2a / Erasmus to FrobenLetter from Guillaume Budé to Thomas Lupset
  • Parerga 3aAnemolius’ (i.e. More’s) Hexastichon
  • Parerga 4a-5aMap of Utopia (Ambrosius Holbein)Tetrastich and Utopian Alphabet (Peter Giles)
  • Parerga 6aLetter from Jerome Busleyden to Peter Giles
  • Parerga 1bLetter from Jerome Busleyden to Thomas More
  • Parerga 2b-3bGeldenhauer’s poem / Shrijver’s poem
  • More’sEpigrams
  • Erasmus’ Epigrams
  • The Prefatory Letter (Pudet me...)from More to Giles
  • More’s prefatory letter with marginalia
  • The beginning of Book Iincluding the “The Dialogue of Counsel”
  • The beginning of Book IThe dialogue as portrayed in Holbein’s woodcut
  • Book IPart of the embedded dialogue
  • The beginning of Book IIRaphael’s declamation
  • The end of Raphael’s monologue
  • The end of Book II
  • Marginalia IAn example in Book I
  • Marginalia IIAn example in Book II
  • The Reader and the Utopian Book
  • Source of the images of the November 1518 edition of Utopia
    Universitätsbibliothek Bielefeld
    http://www.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/diglib/more/utopia/