Sir Philip Sidney

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ABBREVIATIONS
Aesop, Fables J. R. Turner (ed.), The Works of William
Bullokar, vol. iv, Aesops Fablz 1585 ( 1969)
AS Astrophil and Stella
Buxton John Buxton, Sir Philip Sidney and the English
Renaissance ( 1964)
CS Certain Sonnets
CSP Calendars of State Papers
Death Anon, The Manner of Sir Philip Sidney's Death
De L'Isle MSS Felix Hull, De L' Isle MSS: Catalogue ( 3 vols,
1974)
Diana Judith M. Kennedy, A Critical Edition of
Yong's translation of George of Montemayor's
Diana and Gil Polo's Enamoured Diana ( 1968)
DNB Dictionary of National Biography
DP The Defence of Poesy
Dyer Ralph M. Sargent, At the Court of Queen
Elizabeth: The Life and Lyrics of Sir Edward
Dyer ( 1935)
ELH English Literary History
ELR English Literary Renaissance
Feuillerat Albert Feuillerat (ed.), The Works of Sir Philip
Sidney ( 4 vols, 1912-26); repr. as Prose Works
( 1962)
Fraunce Abraham Fraunce, The Arcadian Rhetorike
[ 1588], ed. Ethel Seaton, Luttrell Society
Reprints 9 ( 1950)
Greville, Prose Works John Gouws (ed.), The Prose Works of Fulke
Greville, LordBrooke ( 1986)
Historical Remembrance Edmund Molyneux, Historical Remembrance
of the Sidneys, the father and the son, from R.
Holinshed, The third volume of Chronicles
( 1588)
HMC Calendars of manuscripts published by the
Historical Manuscripts Commission
JWCI Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes

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Sir Philip Sidney
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Oxford Authors i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Chronology xxi
  • Note on Text xxv
  • A Dialogue Between Two Shepherds, Uttered in a Pastoral Show at Wilton 1
  • The Lady of May 5
  • Certain Sonnets 14
  • The Old Arcadia 42
  • Lamon's Tale 139
  • Asthrophil and Stella 153
  • The Defence of Poesy 212
  • The New Arcadia the Pitiful Story of the Paphlagonian Unkind King 253
  • Psalms Psalm Vi: Domine Ne in Furore *
  • Letters 279
  • Appendices 299
  • Notes 330
  • Further Reading 409
  • Selective Glossary 411
  • Index of First Lines 412
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