Critical prefaces of the French Renaissance

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION1
II. TEXTS
Symphorien Champier, DEDICATION TO HIS Bayard, 152555
Anonymous, PREFACE TO THE Roman de la Rose, 152659
Clément Marot, PREFACE TO THE Oeuvres de Françoys Villon, 153365
Clément Marot, PREFACE TO OVID'S Metamorphoses, 153469
Lazare de Baïf, PREFACE AND PROLOGUE TO SOPHOCLES' Electra, 153773
Estienne Dolet, La Maniere de Bien Traduire d'Une Langue en Aultre, 154077
Nicolas de Herberay des Essarts, PROLOGUE TO Amadis de Gaule, 154085
Charles Estienne, PREFACE TO TERENCE'S Andria, 154289
Guillaume Bouchetel, DEDICATION TO EURIPIDES' Hecuba, 1544105
Jacques Peletier du Mans, PREFACES TO HORACE'S Ars Poetica, 1545111
Hugues Salel, DEDICATORY EPISTLE TO HOMER'S Iliad, 1545117
Jean Maugin, PREFACE TO Palmerin d'Olive, 1546131
Charles Estienne, PREFACE TO Les Abusez, 1548135
Joachim du Bellay, PREFACE TO L'Olive, 1549139
Thomas Sebillet, PREFACE TO EURIPIDES' Iphigenia, 1549141
Pierre de Ronsard, PREFACE TO HIS Odes, 1550145
Théodore de Bèze, PREFACE TO HIS Sacrifice d'Abraham, 1550149
Joachim du Bellay, SECOND PREFACE TO L'Olive, 1550153
Jacques Amyot, DEDICATION AND PREFACE TO PLUTARCH'S Lives, 1559161
Claude Gruget, DEDICATION TO MARGUERITE DE NAVARRE'S Heptaméron, 1559179
Jacques Grévin, PREFACES IN THE Théâre, 1561183
Pierre de Ronsard, Abbregé de l'Art Poëtique François, 1565195
André de Rivaudeau, DEDICATION AND PREFACE TO Aman, 1566211
Pierre de Ronsard, FIRST PREFACE TO La Franciade, 1572219
Jean de la Taille, De l'Art de la Tragédie, 1572225
Jean de la Taille, DEDICATION TO JACQUES DE LA TAILLE'S Daire, 1573233
Jean de la Taille, PROLOGUE TO Les Corrivaux, 1573235
Antoine de Harsy, DEDICATION TO THE Oeuvres Poëtiques OF MELLIN DE SAINT-GELAIS, 1574237

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