Entre Celestinas, novela sentimental y libros de caballerías
La empresa editorial de los Nicolini da Sabbio y Juan Bautista Pederzano en Venecia alrededor de 1530
At the beginning of the 1630s in Venice the brothers Nicolini da Sabbio (Giovanni Antonio, Stefano and Pietro) with the bookseller Juan Bautista Pederzano, printed various editions of books in Castilian including: Carcel de amor (1531), Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea (1531 y 1534), Libro aureo de Marco Aurelio (1532), Question de amor (1533), Amadis de Gaula (1533), Primaleon (1534) and Segunda Celestina (1536). This relevant corpus will be studied from the point of view of the history of the Spanish books in Italy and in Europe as well as within the framework of relations between Venetian printers and booksellers of the time.
keywords: History of book. Venitian printing. Press. History of typography. Renaissance books. Textual bibliography. Nicolini da Sabbio. Juan Bautista Pederzano.
Language: itSubmitted: July 25, 2015 Accepted: June 27, 2016 Published: July 3, 2017