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Aretino, Pietro. Aretino's Dialogues. The Lorenzo Da Ponte Italian Library. Trans. Raymond Rosenthal. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. vii + 397 pp. chron. bibl. $60 (cl), $29.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8020-9004-4 (cl), 0-8020-4890-0 (pbk).

Beze, Theodore de. Satyres chrestiennes de la cuisine papale. Textes litteraires francais. Ed. Charles-Antoine Chamay. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2005. xcii + 224 pp. index. gloss. bibl. CHF 72. ISBN: 2-6000-0923-X.

Booty, John E., ed. The Book of Common Prayer, 1559: The Elizabethan Prayer Book. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005. Reprint. xvi + 428 pp. index. illus. $29.95. ISBN: 0-8139-2517-7.

Capito, Wolfgang. The Correspondence of Wolfgang Capito. Vol. 1, 1507-1523. With Milton Kooistra. Ed. and trans. Erika Rummel. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. xlii + 286 pp. index. append. tbls. $95. ISBN: 0-8020-9017-6.

Chantelouve, Francois de, and Pierre Matthieu. The Tragedy of the Late Gaspard de Coligny and The Guisiade. Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation 40. Trans. Richard Hillman. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, Inc., 2005. 312 pp. illus. bibl. $20. ISBN: 1-895537-86-X.

Conring, Hermann. New Discourse on the Roman-German Emperor. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 282. Ed. and trans. Constantin Fasolt. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005. xxxviii + 122 pp. index. chron. bibl. $32. ISBN: 0-88698-325-2.

Erasmus, Desiderius. Controversies: Apologia qua respondet invectivis Lei; Responsio ad annotationes Lei. Collected Works of Erasmus 72. Ed. Jane Phillips. Trans. Erika Rummel. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. ix + 450 pp. index. $150. ISBN: 0-8020-3836-0.

Gringore, Pierre. Les Entrees royales a Paris de Marie d'Angleterre (1514) et Claude de France (1517). Textes Litteraires Francais. Ed. Cynthia J. Brown. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2005. 360 pp. index. append. illus. gloss. bibl. CHF 52. ISBN: 2-600-01007-6.

Le Baillif, Roch. Le Demosterion. Textes de la Renaissance 93. Ed. Herve Baudry. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2005. 288 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. [euro]36. ISBN: 2-7453-1205-7.

More, Thomas. The History of King Richard the Third: A Reading Edition. Ed. George M. Logan. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2005. lxii + 142 pp. index. append. illus. gloss. chron. $45 (cl), $17.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-253-34657-6 (cl), 0-253-21799-7 (pbk).

Mortimer, Anthony, ed. Petrarch's Canzoniere in the English Renaissance. Rev. ed. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. 196 pp. index. gloss. bibl. $55. ISBN: 90-420-1676-0.

Peletier du Mans, Jacques. Euvres poetiques intitules louanges aveq quelques autres ecriz. Vol. 10 of CEuvres Completes. Textes de la Renaissance. Ed. Sophie Arnaud, Stephen John Bamforth, and Jan Miernowski. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2005. 388 pp. index. illus. tbls. gloss. bibl. [euro]51.70. ISBN: 2-7453-1385-1.

Rutherford, David E. Early Renaissance Invective and the Controversies of Antonio da Rho. Renaissance Text Series 19. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 301. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005. 360 pp. + 1 color pl. index. append. illus. tbls. bibl. $48. ISBN: 0-86698-345-7.

Shakespeare, William. Troilus and Cressida. Shakespeare in Production. Ed. Frances A. Shirley. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. xxii + 258 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $70 (cl), $27.99 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-79255-X (cl), 0-521-79684-9 (pbk).

Vallambert, Simon de. Cinq Livres, de la maniere de nourrir et gouverner les enfans des leur naissance. Cahiers d'Humanisme et Renaissance 74. Ed. Colette H. Winn. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2005. 512 pp. index. append. illus. gloss. chron. bibl. CHF 108. ISBN: 2-600-01029-7.

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