Bibliography And Further Reading
The user will find the following articles and books helpful in his or her further study of Spenser's work, career, and, particularly, his translations of Marot's and Du Bellay's poetry.
Bondanella, P.E. and J.C. Petrarch's Visions And Their Renaissance Analogues. Madrid: 1978.
Forster, Leonard Wilson. Janus Gruter's English Years: Studies In The Continuity Of Dutch Literature In Exile In Elizabethan England. London: Oxford U P, 1967.
------The Icy Fire: Five Studies In European Petrarchanism. London: Cambridge U P, 1967.
Hamilton, A.C. Ed. The Spenser Encyclopedia. Toronto: U of Toronto P: 1990.
Prescott, Anne Lake. French Poets And The English Renaissance: Studies In Fame And Transformation. New Haven: Yale U P, 1978.Rasmussen, C.J. ' "Quietnesse Of Minde": A Theatre For Wordlings As A Protestant Poetics', Spenser Studies (1980), 3-27.
Roche, Thomas P. Jr. Petrarch And The English Sonnet Sequences. New York: AMS Press, 1989.
Satterthwaite, Alfred W. Spenser, Ronsard, And Du Bellay: A Renaissance Comparison. Princeton U P: 1960.
Van Dorsten, J.A. The Radical Arts: First Decade Of An Elizabethan Renaissance. Leiden U P, 1970.