Sir Philip Sidney

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FURTHER READING

(This list supplements the titles included in the Abbreviations, 330-2 which are not repeated here.)


BOOKS

Attridge Derek, Well-weighed syllables ( 1974).

Connell Dorothy, Sir Philip Sidney: The maker's Mind ( 1977).

Donow H. S., A Concordance to the poems of Sir Philips Sidney ( Ithaca, 1975).

Fowler Alastair, Conceitful Thought ( 1975).

Hamilton A. C., Sir Philip Sidney: A Study of his Life and Works ( 1977).

Helgerson Richard, The Elizabethan Prodigals ( Berkeley, 1976).

Howell Roger, Sir Philip Sidney: The Shepherd Knight ( 1968).

Kalstone David, Sidney's Poetry: Contexts and Interpretations ( Cambridge, Mass., 1965).

McCoy Richard, Sir Philip Sidney: Rebellion in Arcadia ( New Brunswick, 1979).

Myrick K. O., Sir Philip Sidney as a Literary Craftsman ( Cambridge, Mass., 1935; repr. 1965).

Nichols J. G., The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney ( 1974).

Norbrook David, Poetry and Politics in the English Renaissance ( 1984).

Patterson Annabel, Censorship and Interpretation ( Wisconsin, 1984).

Pears S. A., The Correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney and Hubert Languet ( 1845).

Robinson F. G., The Shape of Things Known: Sidney's Apology in its Tradition ( Massachusetts, 1972).

Salzman Paul, English Prose Fiction 1558-1700: A critical history ( 1985).

van J. Dorsten, Baker D. Smith, and Kinney A. F. (eds), Sir Philip Sidney: 1586 and the Creation of a Legend (Leiden, 1986).

Wilson Mona, Sir Philip Sidney ( 1931, repr. 1950).

Young R. B., 'English Petrarke' in Three Studies in the Renaissance ( New Haven, Conn., 1958).

Zandvoort R. W., Sidney's Arcadia: A Comparison of the two versions ( Amsterdam, 1929).

Zim Rivkah, The English Metrical Psalms: Poetry as Praise and Prayer 1535-1601 ( 1987).


ARTICLES

Bergbusch Martin, "Rebellion in the New Arcadia", PQ liii ( 1974), 29-41.

Chaudhuri S., "The Eclogues in Sidney's New Arcadia", RES 35 ( 1984), 185- 202.

Craig D. H., "A Hybrid Growth: Sidney's Theory of Poetry in An Apology for Poetry", ELR 10 ( 1980), 183-201.

Duncan-Jones K. D., "Sidney's Urania", RES 17 ( 1966), 124-32.

Fabry F. J., "Sidney's verse adaptations to two Italian art-songs", RQ xxiii ( 1970), 237-55.

Heninger S. K., "Sidney and Serranus 'Plato", ELR 13 ( 1983), 146-61.

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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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