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Adam Blackwood. Martyre de la Royne d’Éscosse. Edinburgh: Jean Nafeild, 1587. 401–2.
2.
William Drummond of Hawthornden. Cited in Alison Saunders, The Sixteenth Century French Emblem Book. Geneva: Droz, 1988. 267. Note that the translation of Mary’s anagram is ambivalent. Sa vertu m’attirecan be glossed as either “Its virtue draws me near” or “His virtue draws me near”; in the context cited, it most probably refers to the crucifix but it may also allude to God.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Works by Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots

Arbuthnot, P. Stewart-Mackenzie, ed. and trans. Queen Mary’s Book. London: Bell, 1907.

Bell, Robin, ed. and trans. Bittersweet within My Heart: The Collected Poems of Mary Queen of Scots. London: Pavilion, 1992.

Labanoff, Alexandre, ed. Lettres, Instructions et Memoires de Marie Stewart reine d’Ecosse. 7 vols. London: Dolman, 1844.

Sharman, Julian, ed. Poems of Mary Queen of Scots. London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1873.

Travitsky, Betty, ed. The Paradise of Women: Writings by English Women of the Renaissance. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1981.

Works about Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots

Bingham, Caroline. “The Poems of Mary Queen of Scots.” Royal Stuart Papers X. London: The Royal Stuart Society, 1976.

Dunnigan, Sarah M. “The Creation and Self-Creation of Mary Queen of Scots: Rhetoric, Sovereignty, and Femininity in Sixteenth Century Scottish Poetry.” Scotlands 5.2 (1998): 65–88.

——. “Rewriting the Renaissance Language of Love and Desire: The ‘bodily burdein’ in the Poetry of Mary, Queen of Scots.” Gramma 4 (1996): 181–96.

——. “Scottish Women Writers c.1560–c.1650.” A History of Scottish Women’s Writing. Ed. Douglas Gifford and Dorothy Macmillan. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997. 15–43.

Fraser, Antonia. Mary, Queen of Scots. London: Weidenfield & Nicolson, 1969.

Hackett, Helen. “Courtly Writing by Women.” Women and Literature in Britain 1500–1700. Ed. Helen Wilcox. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. 169–89.

Lewis, Jayne Elizabeth. Mary Queen of Scots: Romance and Nation. London: Routledge, 1998.

Phillips. J. E. Images of a Queen: Mary Stuart in Sixteenth Century Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964.

SARAH M. DUNNIGAN

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