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Bibliography of Pastoral Literature

Updated March 1997

Adams, Joseph Quincey, ed., Chief Pre- Shakespearean Dramas.
Cambridge, Mass., 1924.
Aristotle, The Works of Aristotle.
Chicago, 1952.
Bacon, Sir Francis, Essayes.
London, 1613.
Barclay, John, Certayne Egloges.
London, 1570.
Barnfield, Richard, The Poems of Richard Barnfield.
Ed. Montague Summers. London [1936].
Barnfield, Richard, Richard Barnfield: Poems: 1594-1598.
Ed. Edward Arber. Westminster, 1896.
Barnfield, Richard, The Complete Poems of Richard Barnfield.
Ed. Alexander B. Grosart. London, 1876.
Bates, Paul A. Elizabethan Amorous Pastorals.
Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Kansas, 1955.
Bergler, Harry, Jr., ed., Spenser: A Collection of Critical Essays.
Englewood Cliffs, 1968.
Bion and Moschus, Last Flowers.
Trans. Henry Harmon Chamberlin. Cambridge, MaSS., 1937.
Brown, John Russell, and Bernard Harris, eds., Elizabethan Poetry.
London, 1961.
Browne, William, The Poems of William Browne of Tavistock.
2 vols. Ed. Gordon Goodwin. London and New York, 1894.
Bush, Douglas, Mythology and the Renaissance Tradition in English Poetry.
Rev. ed. New York, 1963.
Castiglione, Baldesar, The Book of the Courtier.
Trans. Sir Thomas Hoby. London, 1561.
Cook, A. B., "The Bee in Greek Mythology,"
Journal of Historical Studies, 15 (1895), 17-36.
Cory, Herbert E., "The Golden Age of the Spenserian Pastoral,"
PMLA, 25 (1910), 241-267.
Cullen, Patrick, "Imitation and Metamorphosis: The Golden-Age Eclogue in Spenser, Milton, and Marvell,"
PMLA, 84 (1969), 1559-1570.
Curtius, Ernst R., European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages.
Trans. Willard R. Trask. New York, 1953.
Crummond, William, The Poems of William Drummond of Hawthornden.
2 vols. Ed. William C. Ward. London and New York, 1894.
Ficino, Marsilio, Marsilio Ficino's Commentary on Plato's Symposium.
Trans. Sears Reynolds Jayne. Columbia, Missouri, 1944.
Fletcher, Giles, and Phineas Fletcher, The. Poetical Works of Giles Fletcher and Phineas Fletcher.
2 vols. Ed. Frederick S. Boas. Cambridge, 1909.
Fletcher, Phineas, Venus & Anchises (Brittain's Ida) And Other Poems by Phineas Fletcher.
Ed. Ethel Seaton. London, 1926.
Fraunce, Abraham, The Lawiers Logike.
London, 1588.
Fraunce, Abraham, The Arcadian Rhetorike.
Ed. Ethel Seaton. Oxford, 1950.
Fraunce, Abraham, The Countesse of Pembrokes Yvychurch.
London, 1591.
Googe, Barnabe, Eglogs, Epytaphes, and Sonettes.
Ed. Edward Arber. Westminster, 1895.
Grant, W. Leonard, Neo-Latin Literature and the Pastoral.
Chapel Hill, 1965.
Greene, Robert, The Life and Complete Works in Prose and Verse of Robert Greene.
15 vols. Ed. Alexander B. Grosart. 1881-1886.
Greg, W. W., Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama.
London, 1906.
Greville, Fulke, Lord Brooke, The Works in Verse and Prose Complete of Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke.
4 vols. Ed. Alexander B. Grosart. [Blackburn] 1870.
Grundy, Joan, The Spenserian Poets.
New York, 1969.
Harrison, T. P., ed., The Pastoral Elegy: An Anthology.
Austin, 1939.
Harrison, T. P., "Spenser and the Earlier Pastoral Elegy,"
Studies in English, The University of Texas Bulletin, 13 (1933), 36-53.
Harrison, T. P., "Spenser, Ronsard, and Bion," Modern Language Notes,
49 (1934), 139-145.
Heninger, S. K., "The Renaissance Perversion of the Pastoral,"
Journal of the History of Ideas, 22 (1961), 254-261.
Hughes, Merritt Y., "Spenser and the Greek Pastoral Triad,"
Studies in Philology, 20 (1929), 208-209.
Kerlin, Robert Thomas, Theocritus in English Literature.
Lynchburg, Virginia, 1910.
Kermode, J. F., "The Banquet of Sense,"
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 44 (1961), 68- 99.
Languet, Hubert, The Correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney and Hubert Languet, 1573-1576.
Trans. Charles Samuel Levy. Printed Doctoral Thesis, Cornell University, 1963.
Lodge, Thomas, A Margarite of America.
London, 1596.
Lodge, Thomas, Rosalynde.
London, 1590.
McNeir, Waldo F., "Barnfield's Borrowings From Spenser,",
Notes and Queries, 200 (1955), 510-511.
Martial, the Epigrams of Martial
London, 1914.
Marston, John, The Poems of John Marston.
Ed. Arnold Davenport. Liverpool, 1961.
Mills, Laurens Joseph, The Renascence Development in England of the Classical Ideas about Friendship.
Chicago, 1925.
Montemayor, George de, A Critical Edition of Yong's Translation of George of Montemayor's Diana and Gil Polo's Enamoured Diana.
Ed. Judith M. Kennedy. Oxford, 1968.
Morris, Harry, Richard Barnfield, Colin's Child.
Tallahassee, 1963.
Passionate Pilgrime, The.
London, 1599.
Plato, Phaedrus.
Trans. and Comment. R. Hackforth. Cambridge, 1952.
Rees, John, Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke, 1554- 1628: A Critical Biography.
Berkeley, 1971.
Rollins, Hyder Edward, ed., Englands Helicon.
Cambridge, Mass., 1935.
Rollins, Hyder Edward, Ed., The Paradise of Dainty Devices (1576-1606).
Cambridge, Mass., 1927.
Rollins, Hyder Edward, and Herschel Baker, eds., The Renaissance in England.
Boston, 1954.
Rose, Mark, "Sidney's Womanish Man,"
Review of English Studies, 15 (1964), 353-363.
Sidney, Sir Philip, The Poems of Sir Philip Sidney.
Ed. William A. Ringler, Jr. Oxford, 1962.
Sidney, Sir Philip, The Prose Works of Sir Philip Sidney.
4 vols. Ed. Albert Feuillerat. Cambridge, 1912.
Sixe Idillia.
Oxford, 1588.
Smith, G. Gregory, ed., Spenser's Theory of Friendship.
Baltimore, 1935.
Spenser, Edmund, The Works of Edmund Spenser, A Variorum Edition.
11 vols. Ed. Edwin Greenlaw et al. Baltimore, 1932-1939.
Sutherland, Alistair, and Patrick Anderson, eds., Eros: An Anthology of Male Friendship.
New York, 1963.
Theocritus, Theocritus.
Ed. A. S. F. Gow. Cambridge, 1952.
Tilney, Edmund, The Flower of Friendshippe.
London, 1577.
Tottel, Richard, ed., Songes and Sonnettes.
London, 1557.
Turbervile, George. The Eglogs of the Poem B. Mantuan Carmelitan.
London, 1567.
Virgil, The Bucolikes drawne into Englishe verse for verse.
Trans. Abraham Fleming. London, 1575.
Virgil, The Bucoliks of Publius Virgilius Maro. Together with his Georgiks conteyning foure bookes.
Trans A[braham] F[leming]. London, 1589.
Virgil, The Eclogues and Georgics of Virgil.
Trans. C. Day Lewis. New York, 1964.
Vigil, The Eclogues of Vergil.
Ed. H. J. Rose, University of California Press, 1942.
Virgil, The Pastorals of Vergil.
Trans. Geoffrey Johnson. Lawrence, Kansas, 1960.
Waddell, Helen, ed. and trans. Mediaeval Latin Lyrics.
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1929.
Waddell, Helen, The Wandering Scholars.
Boston, 1927.
Watson, Thomas, The Hekatompathia or Passionate Centurie of Love.
London, 1582.
Webbe, William, A Discourse of English Poetrie.
London, 1586.
Wilmot, John, The Complete Poems of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester.
Ed. David M. Vieth. New Haven, 1966.
Wither, George, The Shepheards Hvnting (1622). Juvenilia. Poems by George Wither.
New York, 1967.
Xenophon, Memoirs of Socrates and The Symposium.
Trans. Hugh Tredennick. Baltimore, 1970.


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