The Age of Milton: An Encyclopedia of Major 17th-Century British and American Authors

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Works by Thomas Browne
The Major Works. Ed. C.A. Patrides. London and New York: Penguin Books, 1977.
The Prose of Sir Thomas Browne. Ed. N.J. Endicott. New York: New York University Press, 1968.
The Works of Sir Thomas Browne. Ed. Geoffrey Keynes. 4 vols. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964.

Studies of Thomas Browne
Bennett, Joan. Sir Thomas Browne: A Man of Achievement in Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1962.
Brian, Michael. “The Rhetoric of Urn Burial: The Decomposition of a Text.” English Renaissance Prose 3 (1989): 18-30.
Colie, Rosalie. Pamdoxia Epidemica: The Renaissance Tradition of Paradox. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966.
Donavan, Dennis, Margaretha Hartley Herman, and Ann Imbrie, comps. Sir Thomas Browne and Robert Burton: A Reference Guide. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1981.
Endicott, N.J. “Sir Thomas Browne as 'Orphan, ' with Some Account of His Stepfather, Sir Thomas Dutton.” University of Toronto Quarterly 30 (1961): 180-210.
Engel, William. Mapping Mortality: The Persistence of Memory and Melancholy in Early Modern England. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1995.
Fish, Stanley. Self-Consuming Artifacts: The Experience of Seventeenth Century Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974.
Guibbory, Achsah. Ceremony and Community from Herbert to Milton: Literature, Religion, and Cultural Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Nathanson, Leonard. The Strategy of Truth: A Study of Sir Thomas Browne. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967.
Parry, Graham. “In the Land of Moles and Pismires: Thomas Browne's Antiquarian Writings.” In English Renaissance Prose: History, Language, and Politics, ed. Neil Rhodes. Tempe: Arizona State University Press, 1997.
Patrides, C.A., ed. Approaches to Sir Thomas Browne: The Ann Arbor Tercentenary Essays. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1982.
Post, Jonathan. “Browne's Life: A Cabinet of Rarities.” English Language Notes 19 (1982): 313-335.
Preston, Claire. “In the Wilderness of Forms: Ideas and Things in Thomas Browne's Cabinets of Curiosity.” In The Renaissance Computer: Knowledge Technology in the First Age of Print, ed. Neil Rhodes and Jonathan Sawday. London: Routledge, 2000.
Seelig, Sharon Cadman. “Sir Thomas Browne and Stanley Fish: A Case of Malpractice.” Prose Studies 11 (1988): 72-84.
Straznicky, Marta. “Performing the Self in Browne's Religio Medici.” Prose Studies 13 (1990): 211-229.
Sununu, Andrea. “Recent Studies in Sir Thomas Browne (1970-1986).” English Literary Renaissance 19 (1989): 118-129.
Wilding, Michael. Dragons Teeth: Literature in the English Revolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987.

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The Age of Milton: An Encyclopedia of Major 17th-Century British and American Authors
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Timeline of Major 17th-Century British and American Authors xvii
  • (1672-1719) 1
  • (1555-1626) 6
  • (1666-1731) 10
  • (1626-1697) 14
  • (1561-1626) 19
  • Bibliography 23
  • (1640?-1689) 25
  • (1649-1708) 29
  • (1627-1691) 32
  • Bibliography 38
  • (1612-1672) 39
  • Bibliography 41
  • (1605-1682) 42
  • Bibliography 47
  • (1628-1688) 48
  • (1577-1640) 53
  • (1612/1613-1680) 57
  • Bibliography 60
  • (1567-1620) 61
  • Bibliography 64
  • (C. 1595-1639) 65
  • (C. 1585-1639) 68
  • (1623-1673) 71
  • Bibliography 73
  • (1559?-1634) 74
  • (1656-1710) 78
  • Bibliography 80
  • (1613-1658) 81
  • (1653-1713) 85
  • (1618-1667) 89
  • Bibliography 92
  • (C. 1613-1649) 93
  • Bibliography 96
  • (1599-1658) 98
  • (1606-1668) 103
  • (1658-1734) 109
  • Bibliography 111
  • (1572-1631) 112
  • (1563-1631) 118
  • Bibliography 121
  • (1631-1700) 122
  • (1608-1666) 128
  • (1661-1720) 133
  • Bibliography 136
  • (1582-1650) 137
  • (1586-1639?) 139
  • (1563-1639 and 1593-1652/1653) 144
  • Bibliography 146
  • (1554-1628) 147
  • Bibliography 157
  • (1578-1657) 158
  • (1593-1633) 162
  • (1591-1674) 167
  • (1588-1679) 172
  • (1572/1573-1637) 181
  • (1660-1685) 187
  • (1666-1727) 191
  • (C. 1634-1693) 194
  • (1569?-1645) 198
  • (1615-1657) 202
  • Bibliography 205
  • (1632-1704) 206
  • (1618-1657) 216
  • Bibliography 218
  • (1672?-1724) 219
  • Bibliography 222
  • (1621-1678) 223
  • Bibliography 226
  • (1583-1640) 228
  • Bibliography 231
  • (1580-1627) 232
  • (1608-1674) 237
  • (1652-1685) 244
  • (1633-1703) 248
  • (1632-1694) 253
  • Bibliography 258
  • (1659-1695) 260
  • Bibliography 265
  • (1686-1758) 267
  • (1606-1669) 270
  • Bibliography 273
  • (1647-1680) 274
  • (C. 1637-1711) 280
  • (1577-1640) 283
  • (C. 1642-1692) 287
  • (1671-1713) 292
  • (1564-1616) 296
  • (1632-1677) 312
  • (1608/1609-1642) 316
  • (1652-1715) 320
  • Bibliography 323
  • (1578-1653) 324
  • (1575?-1626) 328
  • (1636?-1674) 332
  • (1599-1641) 336
  • Bibliography 339
  • (1621?-1695) 340
  • (1599-1660) 344
  • (1632-1675) 348
  • (1606-1687) 352
  • Bibliography 354
  • (1579?-1633?) 355
  • (1568-1635) 360
  • (1641-1715) 365
  • List of Authors by Birth Year 373
  • Selected General Bibliography 377
  • Index 379
  • About the Editor and Contributors 389
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