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Alberti, Leon Battista. Momus. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library, 8.) Ed. Virginia Brown. Trans. Sarah M. Knight. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. xxv + 407 pp. index. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-67400754-9.

Belleau, Remy. CEuvres poetiques. (Vol. 5, Odes d'Anacreon [1573-1574], Amours et Nouveaux Eschanges des Pierres Precieuses, Poesies diverses, Tombeau de Belleau; Textes de la Renaissance, 78.) Eds. Jean Braybrook, Guy Demerson, and Maurice-E Verdier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 480 pp. append. tbls. gloss. 49 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0904-8.

--. CEuvres poetiques. (Vol. 6, CEuvres posthumes [1578].) Ed. Maurice-F. Verdier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 271 pp. index, tbls. gloss. 41 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0843-2. Boccaccio, Giovanni. Epistre consolatoire de messire Jean Boccace envoyee au Signeur Pino de Rossi (1556). (Textes de la Renaissance, 68.) Ed. Colette H. Winn. Trans. Marguerite de Cambis. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. lxx + 90 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. gloss. chron, bibl. 22 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0850-5.

--. Famous Women. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library.) Trans. Virginia Brown. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. xxiii + 282 pp. index, bibl. $15.95. ISBN: 0-674-01130-9.

Boucher, Jean. La Vie et faits notables de Henry de Valois. (Textes de la Renaissance, 76.) Ed. Keith Cameron. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 207 pp. index. append. illus. gloss. bibl. 45 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0893-9.

Buttet, Marc-Claude de. L'Amalthee (1575). (Textes de la Renaissance, 74.) Ed. Sarah Alyn Stacey. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 585 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. gloss. bibl. 86 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0875-0.

Costa, Gustavo. Malebranche e Roma: Documenti dell'Archivo della Congregazione per la dottrina della fede. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 2003. 261 pp. index, append. tbls. bibl. 27 [euro]. ISBN: 88-222-5185-7.

de Grenaille, Francois. L'honnete fille ou dans le premier livre il est traite de l'esprit des filles. (Textes de la Renaissance, 64.) Ed. Main Vizier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 542 pp. index. append. tbls. gloss. bibl. 89 [euro]. ISBN: 2-74530836-X.

de La Borderie, Bertrand. Le discours du voyage de Constantinoble (1542). (Textes de la Renaissance, 67.) Ed. Danielle Trudeau. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 251 pp. index. append. tbls. gloss. bibl. 38 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0845-9.

Du Bellay, Joachim. Oeuvres completes. (Vol. 1, La Deffence, et illustration de la langue francoyse; Textes Litteraires Francais.) Eds. Francis Goyet and Olivier Millet. Paris: Honord Champion Editeur, 2003. 461 pp. index, append, illus, gloss. bibl. 45 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0874-2.

Duval, Frederic and Sandrine Heriche-Pradeau, eds. Les Facecies de Poge: Traduction du Liber facetiarum de Poggio Bracciolini. Trans. Guillaume Tardif. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2003. 314 pp. index, append, tbls. gloss. 65 CHF. ISBN: 2-600-00838-1.

Estienne, Robert. Traicte de la Grammaire Francoise (1557). (Textes de la Renaissance, 75.) Ed. Colette Demaiziere. Paris: Honord Champion Editeur, 2003. 202 pp. index, illus. 39 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0892-0.

Ficino, Marsilio. Platonic Theology. (Vol. 3, Books 9-11; The I Tatti Renaissance Library, 7.) Ed. William R. Bowen. Trans. Michael J.B. Allen. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. 362 pp. index, bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-674-01065-5.

Fischart, Johann. Sdmtliche Werke. (Vol. 2, Eulenspiegel reimenweis; Berliner Ausgaben.) Ed. W. Eckehart Spengler. Bad Cannstatt and Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, 2002. 435 pp. illus. 279 [euro]. ISBN: 3-7728-1837-4. Frulovisi, Titus Livius. Travel Abroad: Frulovisi's Peregrinatio. Ed. and trans. Grady Smith. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2003. vii + 166 pp. index, append, illus, bibl.

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