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Category: All Categories: Literature: English: English Renaissance Lit
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1.
Anderson, Judith H., Donald Cheney, David A. Richardson, editors  
Spenser's Life and the Subject of Biography

Publisher: Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, c1996.
xiv, 215 p., illus.; 24 cm. Series: Massachusetts Studies in Early Modern Culture. "Challenges the received tradition of Spenser's biography." "Works cited," pp. 201-215. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock#43149. Vg / dj vg.

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2.
Aphra Behn, 1640?-1689  
Oroonoko, The Rover and Other Works. Edited by Janet Todd

Publisher: Penguin Books [1992].
385, [5] p.; 20 cm. Contents include Selected Bibliography of Secondary Works; Fair Jilt; Oroonoko; Love-letters to a Gentleman; Rover; Widow Ranter; 9 poems. Pictorial paper covers; VG. stock#2024.

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Ascham, Roger, 1515-1568  
Toxophilus, 1544

Publisher: Birmingham [England], 1868. English Reprints #7.
168 p., 17 cm. Edited by Edward Arber. Stock#1538. AT BINDER.

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4.
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626  
Francis Bacon [Selections]. Edited by Brian Vickers

Publisher: Oxford & NY, Oxford University Press, 1996.
l, 813 p., index, 19.5 cm. Series: Oxford Authors. Includes all the major literary writings on which his reputation rests-- the Advancement of Learning, the Essays (in their first and last versions), and the New Atlantis. It also includes 16 other works not reprinted for over a century, which show Bacon's remarkable all-round abilities in politics, law, theology, and poetry. The selections are annotated in more detail than in any other edition, with particular emphasis on explaining Bacon's language. Pencil underlinings & annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock#43295. Good+ / soft cover.

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Barclay, John, 1582-1621. Le Grys, Robert, Sir, d. 1635. May, Thomas, 1595-1650  
Iohn Barclay his Argenis. Translated out of Latine into English: the prose vpon his Maiesties Command...
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Publisher: London, Printed by Felix Kyngston for Richard Meighen and Henry Seile, 1628.
Quarto: [8], 256, 247-489, [1] p. (signatures: A4, B-Ii8, K2). Title continues: "by Sir Robert Le Grys, Knight: and the verses by Thomas May, Esquire. With a clauis annexed to it for the satisfaction of the reader, and helping him to vnderstand, what persons were by the author intended." This romance, written in Latin and first published in Paris in 1621, referred to real historical events and people under the veil of allegory. The Clavis, pp. 485-489: STC (2nd ed.) 1394. Has the armorial bookplate of famed collector Sir William Stirling Maxwel, 1818-1878. Title-page soiled, a few marginal repairs; bound in full leather with Stirling Maxwel's embossed arms; very good. Stock#OB636.

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6.
Beaumont, Francis, and John Fletcher, with A. R. Waller  
Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Complete in 10 Volumes : Cambridge English Classics, 1905-1912

Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, England: 1905.
Very Good with no dust jacket Hardcover 4288 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Ex-Library; Full red cloth, gilt lettering, top edges gilt, pale yellow endpapers, [lxii] 455 + 526 + 463 + 411 + 397 + 419 + 394 + 386 + 387 + 388 pages, front matter in vol-1, endnotes in each vol. ; Renaissance-era plays from England, both comedies and tragedies. ; CONTENTS: Vol-1, 1905, Maids tragedy, Philaster, King and no king, Scornful lady, Custom of the country. Vol-2, 1906, Elder brother, Spanish curate, Wit without money, Beggars bush, Humourous lieutenant, Faithful shepherdess. Vol-3, 1906, Mad lover, Loyal subject, Rule a wife and have a wife, Laws of candy, False one, Little French lawyer. Vol-4, 1906, Tragedy of Valentinian, Monsieur Thomas, Chances, Bloody brother, Wild-goose chase. Vol-5, 1907, Wife for a month, Lovers progress, Pilgrim, Captain, Prophetess. Vol-6, 1908, Queen of Corinth, Bonduca, Knight of the burning pestle, Loves pilgimage, Double marriage. Vol-7, 1909, Maid in the mill, Knight of Malta, Loves cure or the martial maid, women pleased, Night-walker or the little thief. Vol-8, 1910, Womans prize, Island princess, Noble gentleman, Coronation, Coxcomb. Vol-9, 1910, Sea-voyage, wit at several weapons, Fair maid of the inn, Cupid's revenge, Two noble kinsmen. Vol-10, 1912, Thierry and Theodoret, Woman-hater, Nice valour, Honest man's fortune, Masque of the gentlemen of Grays-inne and the Inner-temple, Four plays or moral representations in one. ; Works co-written by Francis Beaumont 1584-1616 and John Fletcher 1579-1625. Originally published 1647. This edition 1905-1912, edited by A. R. Waller, except vol-1 edited by Arnold Glover. Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, in conjunction with G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, and other publishers. ; Minor wear. Spines slightly faded but quite readable. The usual library marks, small Dewey decimal number painted on heels, library emboss on title pages, small numbers penned on copyright pages and rear endpapers, college name stamped on bottom edges. Subdued bookplates. Some vols have unopened pages. All are clean, apart from library marks, and all bindings are tight. Overall a beautiful and very scarce set. ; Cambridge English Classics Series

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7.
Berger, Harry, Jr.  
Revisionary Play. Studies in the Spenserian Dynamics. With an Introductory Essay by Louis Montrose

Publisher: California University Press [1989].
xi, 483 p., index. Particular attention is given to The Faerie Queene and The Shepheardes Calendar. "Berger's work of the 1960s and early 1970s gave to a generation of students and scholars new conceptual tools for dealing with Renaissance cultural texts and laid the groundwork for current attempts to study imaginative forms as modes of ideological production that not merely reflect but shape social reality.' With a few pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock#43074. Vg / dj vg.

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8.
Bradner, Leicester, 1899-1989 .  
Edmund Spenser and the Faerie Queene.

Publisher: Chicago UP [1948].
xi, 190 p., index; 19.5 cm. Includes Spenser's Life; Spenser's Poetic Method; The Narrative Poet; The Allegorist; Pastoralism Glorified; Mutability; Stock# 102,184. Vg/ no dj

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9.
Brathwaite, Richard, 1588?-1673. Janzen, Henry D., editor.  
The Two Lancashire Lovers or The Excellent History of Philocles and Doriclea.

Publisher: Dovehouse Editions, Ottawa, 1998. Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society, BRS8.
Edited with Introduction and Notes by Henry D. Janzen. 282 p.; 21.5 cm. Brathwaite's only prose romance (published 1640 under the pseudonym 'Musaeus Palatinus') is an engaging story in which the love of a tutor and his student triumphs in spite of parental opposition, enforced separation, and a rival suitor who resorts to witchcraft. The lovers' constancy, fidelity and fortitude see them through. Navy cloth stamped in gold; new from publisher. stock#102012.

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10.
Burton, Robert, 1577-1640.  
The Anatomy of Melancholy : What it is, with all the kinds, causes, symptoms, prognostics, and several cures of it.

Publisher: Philadelphia : J.W. Moore / New York, Wiley and Putnam, 1849..
xiv, 15-670 p. : illus. (port.) ; 24 cm. Title continues: "In three partitions. With their several sections, members, and subsections, philosophically, historically opened up / by Democritus Junior [pseud.] With a satirical preface, conducing to the following discourse.A new edition: corrected and enriched by translations of the numerous classical extracts / by Democritus Minor [pseud.] To which is prefixed an account of the author." One of the frontpieces is a facsimile reproduction of the t.-p. of the London 1652 edition. Printing and the Mind of Man 120 is the 1621 ediition.This edition not in AAS catalog (the first American was 1836). Stock# 42,956. Good+. Bound in library buckram, a faint stamp on tp. Pencil annotations of Walter R. Davis.

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11.
Bush, Douglas, 1896-1983.  
English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, 1600-1660.

Publisher: New York, Oxford UP, [1952].
vi, [1], 621 p., index, bibliography, chronological tables; 23 cm. Oxford History of English Literature. Oxford History of English Literature, ed. F. P. Wilson & Bonamy Dobrée, Vol. 5. Contents: Popular Literature & Translations; The Successors of Spenser: Song-Books & Miscellanies; Jonson, Donne, & their Successors; The Literature of Travel; Essays & Characters; History & Biography; Political Thought; Science & Scientific Thought; Religion & Religious Thought; Heroic Verse; Milton. Stock# 102,372. Vg / no dj.

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12.
Campbell, Lily Bess, 1883- ed.  
The Mirror for Magistrates, edited from original texts in the Huntington Library by Lily B. Campbell.

Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1960].
vii, 554 p. facsims. 24 cm. A collection of legends in verse originally published in 1559 as a continuation of Lydgate's "Fall of princes," by William Baldwin and others. Contains the text of the 1559 ed., with additions to the original, published in 1563, 1578, and 1587. With facsims. of original title pages. Introduction.--Tragedies of the 1559 edition.--Prefaces to the 1559 edition.--Tragedies added in the edition of 1563.--Preface to the second part of the 1563 edition.--Tragedies added in the edition of 1578.--Tragedies added in the edition of 1587.--Appendices: A. Description of the Huntington Library copies of the texts. B. Indexes showing the arrangement of the tragedies in the variou editions. C. Collation of Ms. 364 in St. John's College, Cambridge, with Sackville's "Induction" and tragedy 22. D. Collation of poems in Harleian ms. 2252 with tragedies 31 and 32. 32 poetic tragedies delineating the falls of English Princes. The Mirroe for Magistrates is an important link between the chronicles and the historical plays of Shakespeare, as well as a work which marked the passing of Medieval conceptions and the beginning of Renaissance ideas in Tragedy. Stock# 42,959. Good+, pencil annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis / no dj.

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13.
Campion, Thomas, 1567-1620 /Vivian, Percival.  
Campion's Works / edited by Percival Vivian.

Publisher: London, Clarendon Press, 1966..
lxv, 400 p. : ill., map, geneal. table ; indexes., 22.5 cm. First published by Oxford in 1909. Campion was a law student, a physician, a composer, a writer of masques, and a poet. Bibliography (p.380-384). With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis.Stock# 43,020. Vg / no dj.

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14.
Cavendish, Margaret Lucas, Duchess of Newcastle, 1623-1673.  
The Blazing World and Other Writings. Edited by Kate Lilley.

Publisher: Penguin Books [1994].
xl, 230, [2] p.; 20 cm. "Between 1653 and 1668 Margaret Cavendish published a dozen substantial books... These publications, and her cultivation of personal singularity, made her an infamous figure both in her own lifetime and since, subverting patriarchal codes of femininity while championing the legitimacy of monarchy." Contents include Chronology; Works by Margaret Cavendish; Further Reading; From "Nature's Pictures" (1656); "The Contract"; "Assaulted and Pursued Chastity"; "The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing World" (1666). Pictorial paper covers; VG. stock#2023.

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15.
Chapman, George, 1559?-1634 / Bartlett, Phyllis Brooks, editor,  
The Poems of George Chapman, edited by Phyllis Brooks Bartlett.

Publisher: New York, Russell & Russell, 1969.
xii, 488 p. : front. (port.) ; 25 cm.Repribt of the New York, London, Modern language association of America; Oxford university press, 1941, edition.With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,018.

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16.
Daniel, Samuel, 1562-1619 Himelick, Raymond, ed.  
Musophilus; Containing a general defense of all learning. Edited, with introd. and notes, by Raymond Himelick.

Publisher: West Lafayette, Ind., Purdue University Studies,1965..
107 p. 24 cm. "Written close to the end of the sixteenth century,[it] is a late, but fervent expression of Renaissance Humanism." "Bibliographical data 0n editions referred to in the variant readings" (pp.99-100).With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis.Davis's review copy with a carbon of his typed review. Stock# 43,072 Good+ / dj good+

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17.
Davis, Walter R  
Narrative Methods in Sidney's Old Arcadia

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1987.
OFFPRINT. [103]-123. 21.5 cm. From Sir Philip Sidney An Anthology of Modern Criticism edited by Dennis Kay."My thesis in this essay is that each of the books within the five-act structure of the Old Acadia has a distinct and different kind of narrative method..." Stock# 43,514. Vg / offprint.

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18.
Davison, Francis, 1575?-1619? / Bullen, A. H. (Arthur Henry), 1857-1920, ed.  
Davison's Poetical Rhapsody / ed. by A. H. Bullen.

Publisher: London, George Bell, 1890-91..
2 v. cx, 139; ix, 207 p., 21 cm. A collection of Elizabethan verse, first published in 1602 ( STC 6373). "Two hundred and fifty copies of this large paper edition have been printed. No. 195" Printed at the Chiswick Press on laid paper; a very good set in original paper-covered boards, top edges gilt, others uncut. Stock# 43,039. Vg / no dj.

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19.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632 / Brett-Smith, H. F. B. (Herbert Francis Brett) ed  
The Seven Deadly Sinnes of London, by Thomas Dekker, ed. by H. F. B. Brett-Smith.

Publisher: Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 1922..
xviii, 72 p. 20 cm. Series: The Percy reprints, no. 4."A reprint of the first edition, and follows the Douce copy in the Bodleian library."--p. xiii. With facsimile of original t.-p.: The Seuen dealie Sinns of London: Drawne in seuen seuerall Coaches, Through the seuen seuerall Gates of the Citie. Bringing the plague with them. Opus septem Dierum. Tho: Dekker. [Vignette] At London Printed by E. A. for Nathaniell Butter, and are to be sold at his shop neere Saint Austens gate, 1606. (STC (2nd ed.) 6522). "The actors in this old enterlude of iniquitie. 1. Politike Bankeruptisme. 2. Lying. 3. Candle-light. 4. Sloth. 5. Apishnesse. 6. Shauing. 7. Crueltie." "Bibliographical note": p. xiii-xviii. Stock# 43,064. Vg./ dj good+, spine darkrned.

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20.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600 / Mann, Francis Oscar, ed.  
The Works of Thomas Deloney, edited from the earliest extant editions & broadsides, with an introduction and notes

Publisher: Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1912..
xliii, 600 p., facsims, 23 cm. Edited by Francis Oscar Mann. With reproductions of original title-pages. English novelist and balladist. "He is more natural, simple, and direct, and writes of middle-class citizens and tradesmen with light humour. Of his novels, Thomas of Reading is in honour of clothiers, Jack of Newbury celebrates weaving, and The Gentle Craft is dedicated to the praise of shoemakers." Stock# 42,961. Vg / no dj.

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21.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. Lawlis, Merritt E., 1918- , editor.  
The Novels of Thomas Deloney. Edited by Merrit E. Lawlis.

Publisher: Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1961.
xxxii, 462 p., facsims.; 23.5 cm. Four novels. "Editions... used as copy texts: the Henry E. Huntington Library [copies of]... Jack of Newbury and Thomas of Reading; the University of Sheffield Library [copy of]... The gentle craft, part I; and the British Museum [copy of]... The gentle craft, part II." Walter R. Davis's pencil annotations. Stock#42976a. Good+ / no dj.

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22.
Democritus Junior (Robert Burton) Illustrated by: Illustrated by Christian Le Blon  
Anatomy of Melancholy, the : What it Is, with all the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics, and Several Cures of it . . .

Publisher: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger; Philadelphia: 1873.
Fair with no dust jacket Hardcover 670 pages; 8vo (9.5") 25 cm; Ex-Library; Full green cloth, gold spine lettering, dark brown endpapers, 670 pages, 2 b/w engravings including frontispiece and title page, index, copious footnotes. Originally published 1621. This edition is based on the 6th edition of 1652. This edition 1873. ; Complete title: 'The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it is, with all the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics, and Several Cures of It, in Three Partitions, with Their Several Sections, Members, and Subsections, Philosophically, Medically, Historically Opened and Cut Up, by Democritus Junior [Robert Burton], with a Satirical Preface, Conducing to the Following Discourse, a New Edition, Corrected, and Enriched by Translations of the Numerous Classical Extracts, by Democritus Minor, to Which is Prefixed an Account of the Author'. ; Exterior heavily worn, cloth worn and frayed, split along rear joint but rear board still attached. Antique library bookplate on front endpaper and several antique library labels on rear endpaper, the usual marks on title page otherwise interior pages clean and unmarked. Textblock intact. Sold as is.

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23.
Donne, John, 1572-1631 / Shawcross, John, T., ed.  
The Complete Poetry of John Donne. With an Introduction, notes, and variants by John T. Shawcross.

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Books, 1967..
xxv, 521 p. port. 20.5 cm. Series: The Anchor seventeenth-century series, ACO-11. Includes music.Bibliography: p. [507]-511. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,297. Good+/ softcover.

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24.
Donno, Elizabeth Story, 1921- ed.  
Elizabethan Minor Epics

Publisher: New York, Columbia University Press, 1963..
vii, 351 p. 23 cm. A collection of poetry by Thomas Lodge, Christopher Marlowe, Musaeus trans. by George. Chapman, T. Heywood, T. Edwards, M. Drayton, J. Marston, J. Weever, F. Beaumont, P. Fletcher, J. Shirley. Prof. Donno points out the influence of Ovid in all of these.With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis.Stock# 43,490. Vg/ dj good+, slight wear.

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25.
Doughtie, Edward, 1935- comp.  
Lyrics from English Airs, 1596-1622.

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1970..
xvii, 657 p. facsims. 25 cm. Contents: William Barley: A new book of tabliture,1596.--John Dowland: The first booke of songes or ayres,1597.--Michael Cavendish: 14. ayres, 1598.--John Dowland: The second booke of songs or ayres, 1600.--Robert Jones: The first booke of songes or ayres, 1600.--Thomas Morley: The first booke of ayres, 1600.--Robert Jones: The second booke of songs and ayres, 1601.--John Dowland: The third and last booke of songs or aires, 1603.--Thomas Greaves: Songes of sundrie kindes, 1604.--Tobias Hume: The first part of ayres, 1605.--Robert Jones: Ultimum vale, 1605.--Francis Pilkington: The first book of songs or ayres, 1605.--John Bartlet: A booke of ayres, 1606.--John Coprario: Funeral teares, 1606.--John Danyel: Songs for the lute, viol, and voice, 1606.--Thomas Ford: Musicke of sundrie kindes, 1607.--Tobias Hume: Captain Humes Poeticall musicke, 1607.--Alfonso Ferrabosco: Ayres, 1609.--George Handford: Ayres, 1609.--Robert Jones: A musicall dreame, 1609.--William Corkine: Ayres, to sing and play to the lute and basse violl, 1610.--Robert Dowland: A musicall banquet, 1610.--Robert Jones: The muses gardin for delights, 1610.--John Maynard: The XII. wonders of the world, 1611.--William Corkine: the second booke of ayres, 1612.--John Dowland: A pilgrimes solace, 1612.--John Attey: The first booke of ayres, 1622. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis "with the author's compliment" slip for work acknowledged at p. vii. Stock# 43,003. Vg / dj vg.

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26.
Duppa, Brian, 1588-1662, ed.  
Ionsonus [Jonsonus] Virbius: Or, The Memorie Of Ben: Johnson Revived By The Friends Of The Mvses

Publisher: Amserdam / New York Da Capo/ TOT, 1970 /London, Printed by E.P. for Henry Seile, 1638.
2 p. l., 74 (i.e. 82) p. 23 cm. Numbers 25-32 repeated in the paging. Facsimile reprint of STC 14784.Jonson's friends honor him after his death. In verse; English, Latin, and Greek.Poems by Lord Falkland, Sir John Beaumont the younger, Sir Thomas Hawkins, Henry King, W. Abington, Edmund Waller, James Howell, J. Cl.[eveland?], W. Cartwright, Owen Feltham, Shackerley Marmion, John Ford, and others. Edited by Brian Duppa. Cf. Pforzheimer, C.H. ... English literature, 1475-1700. New York, 1940. v. 2, p. 583-584. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,006. Good+ / no dj..

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27.
Fischlin, Daniel.  
In Small Proportions : A Poetics of the English Ayre, 1596-1622 / Daniel Fischlin.

Publisher: Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c1998..
404 p., illus., index, 23.5 cm. "The English ayre, which enjoyed a short vogue from approimately 1596 to 1622, is a distinctive subgenre of the lyric." This copy belonged to Prof. Walter R. Davis and contains his reader;s report to the Press. Stock# 42,991. fine / dj fine.Works cited (p. 369-383)

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28.
Fletcher, Phineas, 1582-1650. Boas, Frederick S., editor.  
Giles and Phineas Fletcher. Poetical Works. Edited by Frederick S. Boas. Volume II.

Publisher: Cambridge, University Press, 1909. Cambridge English Classics. The Poetical Works of Giles Fletcher and Phineas Fletcher.
Volume Two only, xxiii, 368 p., 3 plates; 20 cm. "The present volume includes the poems, original or translated, of Phineas Fletcher, which appeared in or after" 1633; they are The Purple Island, or The Isle of Man; Piscatorie Eclogs; Poeticall Miscellanies; Elisa, or an Elegie upon the unripe decease of Sr Antonie Irby; Verses by Francis Quarles "to my deare friend, the Spencer of this Age"; Sylva Poetica; Verses and Translations in A Father's Testament (Religious Musings; Translations of Metra in Boethius' De Consolatione Philosophiæ); Brittain's Ida. Red cloth stamped in gold, top edge gilt; fade marks on covers, spine ends chipped, minor wear; part unopened; good. stock#2039.

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29.
Ford, Emanuel. Stanivukovic, Goran, editor.  
The Most Pleasant History of Ornatus and Artesia. A Prose Romance.

Publisher: Barnabe Riche Society Publications 16. Dovehouse Editions, Ottawa, 2003.
250 p., illus., 21.5 cm. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Goran Stanivukovic. 'Wherein is contained the uniust Raigne of Thæon King of Phrygia. Who with his sonne Lenon, (intending Ornatus death,) right Heire to the Crowne, was afterwards slaine by his owne Servants, and Ornatus after many extreame miseries, Crowned King.' This is one of the most charming and readable of all Elizabethan romances, and perfect for illustrating the conventions of the genre. It is a study in erotic desire and cross-genderal disguise. A rival, incarcerations in castles, and narrow escapes keep the action moving. The introduction deals with resemblances to the Romeo and Juliet story, the fictional landscapes of Natolia and Phrygia, gender and disguise, and Ford's style. Includes bibliography. Color pictorial boards; new from publisher. stock#102033.

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30.
Frushell, Richard C., 1935- / Vondersmith, Bernard J., 1943-  
Contemporary Thought on Edmund Spenser : with a bibliography of criticism of the Faerie Queene 1900-1970

Publisher: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [1975].
xii, 240 p., index, 24 cm. Title continues: edited, with an introd. by Richard C. Frushell and Bernard J. Vondersmith.Bibliography (pp.150-213). With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,017. Vg / dj vg.

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31.
Gildenhuys, Faith, editor.  
The Bachelor's Banquet. Edited with Introduction, glosses and annotations by Faith Gildenhuys.

Publisher: Dovehouse, Ottawa; Binghamton, NY, 1993. Barnabe Riche Society Publ. BR2. Medieval & Renaissance Texts Vol. 109.
153 p.; 21.5 cm. Fifteen 'fabliaux' about the tribulations of marriage in middle-class Elizabethan life. The ruses of women to trick their husbands and to keep them in subjection. A classic in the controversy over women. Color pictorial paper; new from publisher. stock#102004x.

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32.
Grange, John, fl. 1575-1577.  
The Golden Aphroditis: A pleasant discourse, penned by John Grange Gentleman, Student in the Common Lawe of Englande...

Publisher: At London Anno 1577; Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints.
Approx. 100 p.; 19.5 cm. "This facsimile was made from the original now owned by Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach." Title continues: Whereunto be annexed by the same Authour aswell certayne Metres upon sundry poyntes, as also divers Pamphlets, in prose, which he entituleth His Garden: pleasant to the eare, and delightful to the Reader, if he abuse not the scente of the floures. Blue cloth stamped in gold; spine faded, minor wear; bookplate; copy of Prof. Walter R. Davis with his pencil notes & underlining; good. stock#2020.

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33.
Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592 / Peele, George, 1556-1596.  
The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene & George Peele, with memoirs of the authors and notes

Publisher: London, G. Routledge and Sons, [1883]..
vi p., 1 l., 624 p. 25 cm. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. Greene was perhaps the first professional author in England, publishing autobiography, plays, romances, and in other genres while capitalizing on a scandalous reputation. Peele's claim to distinction rests upon his treatment of metre, and on his humor. Stock# 42,965. Good+, partially unopened / no dj.

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34.
Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592.  
Greene's °Pandosto' or °Dorastus and Fawnia,' being the original of Shakespeare's °Winter's tale,' newly ed.

Publisher: New York, Duffield, / London, Chatto and Windus, 1907..
xxix, 147, [1] p. front. (facsim.) 19.5 cm. Series: The Shakespeare library. The Shakespeare classics [v. 2]The present modernized edition is based upon the editio princeps, London, 1588, the t.p. of which is reproduced in photogravure (frontispiece) Appendix (p. 107-147): The second day of Puget de la Serre's "Pandoste," 1631. Pandoste, ou La princesse malheureuse, tragedie et prose. "Of this American Large-Paper edition of Pandosto 500 copies only have been printed." With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 102,180. Vg / no dj.

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35.
Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592./ Thomas, P. G. (Percy Goronwy), 1875-1954.,ed.  
Greene's °Pandosto' or °Dorastus and Fawnia,' being the original of Shakespeare's °Winter's tale,'

Publisher: New York, Duffield & company; London, Chatto & Windus, 1907..
xxix, 147, [1] p. front. (facsim.) 18 cm. Newly edited. by P. G. Thomas. The Shakespeare library The Shakespeare classics [v. 2]. "The present modernized edition is based upon the editio princeps, London, 1588, the t.p. of which is reproduced in photogravure (frontispiece). Appendix (p. 107-147): The second day of Puget de la Serre's "Pandoste," 1631. Pandoste, ou La princesse malheureuse, tragedie et prose. Stock# 102,181. Good+, vellum spine, last leaves have old water stain at bottom /no dj,

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36.
Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke, 1554-1628 / Smith, Nowell C. (Charles), 1871- ed.  
Sir Fulke Greville's Life of Sir Philip Sidney, etc., first published 1652. With an introduction by Nowell Smith.

Publisher: [Oxford] Clarendon Press, 1907..
xxv, 279 p. 19.5 cm. Series: Tudor & Stuart library. Greville was Sidney's college classmate and companion and a courtier himself. Type-facsimile of Wing B4899.Stock# 102,185. Vg, spine darkened / no dj.

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37.
Guilpin, Everard, [i.e. Edward], fl. 1598. / Carroll, D. Allen (Daniel Allen), b. 1938, editor.  
Skialetheia or A Shadowe of Truth, in Certaine Epigrams and Satyres.

Publisher: Chapel Hill, UNC Press, [c1974]..
246 p., index, 22 cm.. Edited by D. Allen Carroll. ''Skialethaeia', entered in the Stationers' Register on 15 September 1598 (STC 12504), and published anonymously, contains seventy epigrams and seven formal verse satires-- a 'Satyre Preludium' and six numbered satires, without descriptive titles. Modeled after Martial and Juvenal, the major classical influences on Elizabethan satire, its tone is that of vigorous and outraged pseeimism, its method that of direct rebuke, and its objects of attack now 'gulls and fooles' in general, now very real persons, former friends, poets, people in high places... It was among the first to sound that peculiarly negative, melancholic, and malicious note that we associate with the late nineties, with the verse satirists...' With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis with UNC Press reviewer slip. Stock# 42,985. Vg / dj vg.

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38.
Harington, John, Sir, 1560-1612. / Donno, Elizabeth Story, 1921- ed.  
Sir John Harrington's A new discourse of a stale subject, called The Metamorphosis of Ajax.

Publisher: London, Routledge & K. Paul, 1962..
xi, 278 p. : ill., facsim., music ; 23 cm.A critical annotated edition / by Elizabeth Story Donno.Facsimile of original t.p.: A nevv discovrse of a stale svbiect, called the Metamorphosis of aiax. London, R. Field, 1596 (STC 12779 ). Includes bibliographical references and index. The title is a pun on "a-jacques," or what is still called a "john": Harington proposed a perfectly good model of a flush toilet and installed one at his manor in Kelston. Contains pencil annotations by Prof Walter R. Davis. Stock# 42,968. Good+ / no dj.

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39.
Harvey, Gabriel, 1550?-1631. [Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592] Harrison, G.B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991, ed.  
Fovre Letters and certeine Sonnets, especially touching Robert Greene and other parties by him abused.

Publisher: London, John Wolfe, 1592; John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd., London [1922; Curwen Press]. Bodley Head Quartos II.
102 p., fascimile; 19 cm. Edited by G. B. Harrison. A reply to Robert Greene's "A qvip for an vpstart courtier", London, 1592, in the original edition of which was a satirical notice of Harvey and his brothers. "Note. The Original of this text is in the British Museum (C. 40, d. 14). A very few misprints have been corrected in the text; these are noted on page 103. G.B.H." The particular Contents: A Preface to Courteous mindes; A Letter to M. Emmanuell Demetrius: with a Sonnet annexed; A Letter to M. Christopher Bird; A Letter to euery fauourable, or indifferent Reader; An other Letter, to The-same: extorted after the rest; Greenes memoriall: or certaine Funerall Sonnets; Two Latine Epitaphes: the one of M. Greene: the other of M. John Haruey; A Sonnet of M. Spencer to M. Doctor Haruey. Tan cloth stamped in blue; minor wear; VG. stock#961.

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40.
Helgerson, Richard.  
The Elizabethan Prodigals / Richard Helgerson.

Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, c1976..
x, 178 p., index, 23 cm. "An exploration of the pattern of admonition, rebellion, and guilt in the works and lives of five Elizabethan writers: George Gascoigne, John Lyly, Robert, Greene, Thomas Lodge, Sir Philip Sidney.Bibliographical references in notes (pp.159-171). Inscription: "To Walter Davis, who by getting there first pushed me in directions I would otherwise not have taken." Stock# 43,061. Vg / dj vg.

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41.
Jorgens, Elise Bickford.  
The Well-Tun’d Word : Musical Interpretations of English Poetry 1597-1651 / Elise Bickford Jorgens.

Publisher: Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, 1982..
xx, 298 p. : music, index, 23.5 cm. Includes over 100 musical .transcriptions. A study featuring the work of Henry Lawes, Thomas Campion, and John Dowland, .Bibliography (pp. 283-288). With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,065. Vg / no dj.

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42.
Kay, Dennis:, ed.  
Sir Philip Sidney : An Anthology of Modern Criticism / edited by Dennis Kay

Publisher: Oxford Clarendon Press, New York, 1987.
xiv, 327 p., index, 23 cm. A gathering of twelve essays, including one by Walter R. Davis, whose copy this was. Stock# 43,043. Vg / dj vg.Bibliography: p. [315]-322

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43.
Lanyer, Aemilia, fl. 1610.  
Salve Devs Rex Ivdaeorvm...

Publisher: 1990 WWP transcription of London, 1611 edition.
[4], 79 p.; 28 cm. Title continues: Containing, 1 The Passion of Christ. 2 Eues Apologie in defence of Women. 3 The Teares of the Daughters of Ierusalem. 4 The Salutation and Sorrow of the Virgine Marie. With diuers other things not vnfit to be read. Written by Mistris Aemilia Lanyer, Wife to Captaine Alfonso Lanyer Seruant to the Kings Majestie. "This text is transcribed from the Alexander Dyce copy at the Huntington Library (Huntington shelf number C15227), used by permission, and is a Draft-in-Process from the Brown University Women Writers Project, an NEH-funded research effort to produce and disseminate texts of pre-Victorian women writers." Bound in black plastic; copy of Walter R. Davis with his copious pencil editorial marks; good. stock#973.

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44.
Lee, Sidney, Sir, 1859-1926, ed.  
English Garner Elizabethan Sonnets, Newly arranged and indexed. With an introd. by Sidney Lee

Publisher: New York, Cooper Square Publishers, 1964.
2 v. cx, 316; vi, 448 p., facsims. 22.5 cm. Series: English Garner, v.2-3. Reprint of the 1904 ed. (London, A. Constable). Bibliographical footnotes. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,042. Vg / no dj.

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45.
Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963  
English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, Excluding Drama / by C. S. Lewis. The Completion of the Clark Lectures

Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1954.
vi, 696 p., index, 21.5 cm. Series: Oxford History of English Literature ; 3. the Completion of the Clark Lectures Trinity College, Cambridge 1944. Lewis's great contribution to the study of English literature of the Tudor period. Bibliography: p. [594]-685. Stock# 102,401. Vg / no dj.

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46.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625 /Greg, W. W. (Walter Wilson), 1875-1959, ed.  
Lodge's 'Rosalynde,' : being the original of Shakespeare's 'As you like it' / edited by W.W. Greg.

Publisher: New York, Duffield, / London, Chatto and Windus, 1907..
xxix, 209 p. (1 leaf of plates) : illus. ; 19 x 14.5 cm.Series: The Shakespeare library [II. The Shakespeareclassics, v. 1] Printed in Great Britain. A modernized edition based upon the first edition, with original t.-p., reproduced in print: Rosalynde. Euphues golden legacie: found after his death in his cell at Silexedra ... By T. L. gent. London, Imprinted by Thomas Orwin for T. G. and John Busbie. 1590. The t.-p. of the edition London, Iohn Smethvvick, 1609, is reproduced as photogravure. Appendix: Shakespeare's As you like it and Lodge's Rosalynde compared. By W. G. Stone, esq. "Of this American Large-Paper edition of Rosalynde 500 copies only have been printed." With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 102,180. Vg, some soiling to grey boards / no dj.

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47.
Logan, George M., 1941- / Teskey, Gordon, 1953- eds.  
Unfolded Tales : Essays on Renaissance Romance / George M. Logan and Gordon Teskey, editors.

Publisher: Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1989..
xv, 324 p., illus., 23.5 cm. The twelve essays in this book, as well as the Foreword by Northrup Frye, are a tribute to A. C. (Albert Charles) Hamilton, Prof. Walter R. Davis' review copy with his pencil underlinings and a typed copy of his review. Stock# 42,975. Good+ / dj vg.

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48.
Lyly, John, 1554?-1606./ Fairholt, F. W. (Frederick William), 1814-1866, ed.  
The Dramatic Works of John Lilly (the euphuist) With notes and some account of his life and writings by F. W. Fairholt

Publisher: London Reeves & Turner 1892.
2 v. ; xxxii, 298; [vii], 284 p., 18 cm. Series: Library of old authors. Plays written for the boy players, "the Children of Paul’s". v. 1. John Lilly and his works. Endimion. Campaspe. Sapho and Phao. Gallathea. v. 2. Mydas. Mother Bombie. The woman in the moone. Love's metamorphosis. Notes. Stock# 43,293. Good+, in publisher's maroon cloth.

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49.
Manly, John Matthews, 1865-1940, comp.  
Specimens of the Pre-Shakesperean Drama, Vol. II.

Publisher: Boston, Ginn, 1897..
Volume II of 2 vols. vii, [1], 590, [6] p. 19 cm.Contains eight plays including the ever popular Roister Doister and the smash hit Gammer Gurtons Needle and six more. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 102,147. Good+ / no dj as issued.

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50.
Markley, Robert and Laurie Finke (editors).  
From Renaissance to Restoration: Metamorphoses of the Drama.

Publisher: Cleveland, OH: Bellflower Press / Case Western Reserve University, [1984].
1st edition. ISBN: 0934958033 Hardcover Fine book (no markings) / Fine dust jacket. A clean, fresh copy.

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51.
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593 / Brooke, Tucker, 1883-1946, ed.  
The Works of Christopher Marlowe, edited by C.F. Tucker Brooke ...

Publisher: Oxford, The Clarendon Press, [1957, reprint of 1910]..
vi p., 1 l., 664 p. 19 cm. With facsimiles of original title-pages. "This volume is intended to furnish the student and the general reader with a serviceable edition of Marlow's accepted writings. The text reproduces faithfully ... that of the most reliable version of each work ... and ... has in no sense been 'modernized'"--Pref. "Doctor Faustus": p. [139]-194; "Appendix to Doctor Faustus": p. [195]-229. Stock# 43,013. Vg / no dj.

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52.
McCoy, Richard C., 1946-  
Sir Philip Sidney : Rebellion in Arcadia / Richard C. McCoy.

Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c1979..
xiii, 230 p., index, 24 cm. McCoy "examines the links between Sidney's life and art from a new pwespective, emphasizing the difficulties of his political position." Bibliography: p. 218-223. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis.Stock# 43,032. Vg/ dj vg.

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53.
Melbancke, Brian.  
Philotimus. The Warre Betwixt Nature and Fortune.

Publisher: Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, [1958] / Imprinted at London : By Roger Warde, dwelling neere vnto Holborne Conduit.
[8], 64, 61-63, 63-187, 187-226 p. 19.5 cm. Title continues: "at the signe of the Talbot, 1583." A variant of the 1582 edition. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. STC (2nd ed.) 17801. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 102,178. Good+ image fading/ soft cover.

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54.
Miller, David Lee, 1951-  
The Poem's Two Bodies : The Poetics of the 1590 Faerie Queene / David Lee Miller.

Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1988..
xiii, 297 p., index, 22 cm. "constructThe role of the human body as a poetic and ideological construct in the 1590 Faerie Queen provides the point of departure..." Stock# 43,016. Vg / dj vg.

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55.
Murrin, Michael  
The Veil of Allegory. Some Notes Toward a Theory of Allegorical Rhetoric in the English Renaissance.

Publisher: Chicago UP [1969].
224 p., index; 21 cm. "To understand veiled communication a critic must explore a considerable variety of texts, which, though interdependent, are narrow and specific in their ends. He must draw out of this material a comprehensive theory of allegorical rhetoric. The result should be a book somewhat like Rosamond Tuve's studies in imagery: a general background will have been provided which will illuminate individual poems in unforeseen ways." Contents include Allegory and Oratory, Allegory and Prophecy in the Ancient World, The Theory of Allegory; The Purpose of Allegory: Its Memorial Role in Society; The Auditor's Response: The Interpretation of Allegory; The End of Allegory; Postscript: Some Romantics. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,044. Vg / dj vg.

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56.
Nash [Nashe], Thomas, 1567-1601 / Wells, Stanley W., 1930- ed.  
Thomas Nashe Selected Writings. Edited by Stanley Wells.

Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1965 [c1964].
ix, 374 p. facsims. 23 cm. Series: The Stratford-upon-Avon library. Contents: Introduction.--Pierce Penniless, his supplication to the devil.--Summer's last will and testament.--The terrors of the night.--Ambition.--The unfortunate traveller.--Robert Greene.--The life of Gabriel Harvey.--Hero and Leander.--Thepope and the herring. Pencil annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 42,974. Good+ / dj vg.

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57.
O'Dell, Sterg.  
A Chronological List of Prose Fiction in English Printed in England and other countries, 1475-1640.

Publisher: New York, Krause Reprint Co.,, 1969.
v, 147 p., index, 23.5 cm. Reprint of the 1954 ed. published by the Technology Press of M.I.T., Cambridge, Mass."Although my major interest is in the age from 1573 to 1640, I have carried the list back to publication of he first text of prose fiction in English from the press of William Caxton in 1475." Stock# 42,984. Vg / no dj.as issued.

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58.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. / Golding, Arthur, 1536-1606.  
Shakespeare's Ovid, : Being Arthur Golding'sTranslation of the Metamorphoses

Publisher: New York, W. W. Norton & co. [c1961].
3 p.l., vi, 321 p. 19.5 cm. Original title page reads: The. XV. Bookes of P.Ovidius Naso, entytuled Metamorphosis, translated oute of Latin into English meeter, by Arthur Golding, gentleman. London, Imprynted by W. Seres, 1567. Ovid's delight in the physical and mythical worlds is fully realized and captured in Arthur Golding's superb translation of the ancient stories of Metamorphoses. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,492. Good+/ soft cover.

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59.
Painter, William, 1540?-1594, tr.  
The Palace of Pleasure; Elizabethan versions of Italian and French novels from Boccaccio, Bandello, Cinthio,

Publisher: New York, Dover Publications [1966].
3 v.: xci, 364; vi, 428; [v], 432 p., illus. 21.5 cm. Title continues: "Straparola, Queen Margaret of Navarre, and others, done into English by William Painter. Now again edited for the 4th time by Joseph Jacobs." "An unabridged and unaltered republication of the work originally published ... in 1890." Stock# 43,022. Vg / soft cover.

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60.
Pettie, George, 1548-1589 / Hartman, Herbert Weidler, 1901- ed.  
A Petite Pallace of Pettie his Pleasure. Edited by Herbert Hartman.

Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1970].
xxxiv, 327 p. 23 cm. Twelve tales mainly classical. Reprint of the Oxford University Press, 1938 ed. With facsimile of original t.-p. of 1576. Blank page for "Additional notes" (p. [310] -312). "Notes": p. [273]-309. STC (2nd ed.) 19819, (1576) 19823 (1613). Stock# 43,094. Vg / no dj.

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61.
Puttenham, Richard, 1520?-1601? / Puttenham, George, d. 1590  
George Puttenham. The Arte of English Poesie 1589 / George Puttenham

Publisher: Birmingham [Eng.] 1869.
320 p. ; 18 cm. Ascribed to both George and Richard Puttenham. Such evidence as is procurable points to the elder brother, Richard. cf. Dict. nat. biog. Series, editor: Edward Arber, English reprints, 15. Stock# 1539. AT BINDER.

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62.
Rebholz, R. A. (Ronald A.)  
The Life of Fulke Greville, first Lord Brooke, [by] Ronald A. Rebholz

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971..
xxxv, 384 p., 2 plates (1 fold.); geneal. table, port. 23 cm. Biography of Sir Sidney's friend and biographer.Bibliography: p. [353]-368. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis with a copy of his typed review of the book. Stock# 43,038. Vg / no dj.

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63.
Rich, Barnabe, 1540?-1617 / Cramill, Thomas Mabry, ed.  
Rich's Farewell to Military Profession, 1581.

Publisher: Austin, University of Texas Press, 1959..
xxxii, 359 p. (p. 1-211) facsim. facsims. 24 cm. Rich's collection of short stories (with no military aspect) were popular reading in Elizabethan England. Eight drsamatists--including Shakespeare, Middleton, Shirley and Marmion turned stories into plays. Stock# 43,026. Vg / dj vg.

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64.
Riche, Barnabe, 1542-1617.  
The straunge / strange and wonderfull adventures of Don Simonides, a gentleman Spaniarde...

Publisher: University Microfilms facsimile of London, 1581 edition.
Facsimile; approx. 150 p.; 19.5 cm. Title continues: Conteinyng verie pleasaunte discourse Gathered for the recreation aswell of our noble young gentilmen, as our honourable courtly Ladies: by Barnabe Riche gentilman. STC 21002. Blue paper covers; copy of Prof. Walter R. Davis with a little pencil underlining; good. stock#2028.

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65.
Riche, Barnabe, 1542-1617. Beecher, Donald, editor.  
Barnabe Riche, His Farewell to Military Profession.

Publisher: Dovehouse Editions, 1992. Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society, BRS1.
336 p., 25.5 cm. Eight well-constructed 'novelle', published in 1581. The sources of nine plays including 'Twelfth Night'. Riche was a fine story-teller. Extensive introduction, modernized spelling & punctuation, glosses, textual annotations and reading notes. Navy cloth stamped in gold; new from publisher. stock#102008x.

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66.
Roche, Thomas P.  
The Kindly Flame; a study of the third and fourth books of Spenser's Faerie Oueene.

Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1964..
xi, 220 p. facsims., index, 22 cm. Bibliographical footnotes.With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis. Stock# 43,045. Good / no dj.

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67.
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586  
The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. Written by Sir Philip Sidney knight. Now the sixt time published...
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Publisher: London, Printed by W. S. for Simon Waterson, 1627 [i.e. 1628?].
Folio: [8], 676 [i.e. 576], 541-564, 601-624 p. (signatures A-3B; 2Y-2Z; 3E-3F); 27.5 cm. Title in border (McKerrow 224). Title continues: with some new additions. Also a supplement of a defect in the third part of this historie, by Sir W. Alexander. With additional works by Sidney. Contains: Arcadia, Certaine Sonets, The Defence of Poesie, Astrophel and Stella. Partly in verse. "Stansby pr[inted]. prelims. and A-H; Lownes and Young the rest" --STC. "A sixth booke, to the Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia" by Richard Bellings, originally published separately in 1624 (STC 1805), has separate title page with imprint "London, printed by H.L. and R.Y. 1628"; pagination and register are continuous. Really the 8th edition, first issue. Edited by Hugh Sanford; the prefatory 'To the reader' is signed 'H.S.' Sir William Alexander's supplement, pp. 327-346. Misnumbered pages: 80, 94, 153, 157, 158, 167, 168, 193. The first leaf, wanting from this copy, is blank. Rebound in full leather with appropriate design by Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent; very good. Stock#OB701B.

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68.
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586 / Ringler, William A., 1912- ed.  
The Poems of Sir Philip Sidney.

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1962..
ixx, 578 p. port., diagr., facsim. 22.5 cm.With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis in the introduction, not the poetry.Stock# 43,028. Vg / no dj.

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69.
Sidney, Sir Philip, 1554-1586.  
Syr P. S. His Astrophel and Stella. Wherein the excellence of sweete Poesie is concluded...

Publisher: University Microfilms facsimile reproduction of STC 22536 [London, for Thomas Newman, 1591].
University Microfilms facsimile reproduction of STC 22536; [7], 80 p.; 20 cm. Title continues: To the end of which are added, sundry other rare Sonnets of divers Noble men and Gentlemen. Tan paper covers, UMI orange-bordered front-cover label; some pencil notes; good. stock#3054.

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70.
Sidney, Sir Philip, 1554-1586.  
English Literary Renaissance 2: 1, Winter 1972. The Achievement of Sir Philip Sidney.

Publisher: Amherst, Mass., ELR, 1972.
164, [2], [2] p.; 23.5 cm. Contents include Levt, Philip Sidney Reconsidered; Levy, The Sidney-Hanau Correspondence; Buxton, A New Letter from Sir Philip Sidney; Hamilton, Sidney's Arcadia as Prose Fiction; Parker, Terentian Structure and Sidney's Original Arcadia; Buxton, Sidney and Theophrastus; Hardison, The Two Voices of Sidney's Apology for Poetry; Lanham, Astrophil and Stella: Pure and Impure Persuasion; Turner, The Disfigured Face of Nature; Lindheim, Vision, Revision and the 1593 Text of the Arcadia; Godshalk, Recent Studies in Sidney. Paper covers darkened, soiled, ink owner name of Walter R. Davis with his pencil underlinings; good. stock#2055.

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71.
Silberman, Lauren.  
Transforming Desire : Erotic knowledge in Books III and IV of the Faerie Queene / Lauren Silberman.

Publisher: Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, c1994..
x, 189 p., index, 24 cm. "These central books examine the role of desire in moving us to function in an imperfect world..." Bibliography pp. 169-180. Stock# 43,033. Vg / dj vg.

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72.
Skelton, John, 1460?-1529 / Dyce, Alexander, 1798-1869  
The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne : with a memoir of each

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1881.
Volumes 1 & 2 of 4. cxlvii, 250, 437 p., 20 cm. Series: British poets. "The poems of Skelton are ... reprinted from the edition prepared by the Rev. Alexander Dyce."The volumes with Donne are not included--just as well because the poets are a century apart and only share the fact that both were obscure in 1881. With pencil underlinings and annotations of Prof. Walter R. Davis.Stock# 43,294. Good+, rebound in red cloth by Knowlton..

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73.
Smith, G. (George ) Gregory, 1865-1932 ed.  
Elizabethan Critical Essays;

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, [ 1937, c1904]..
2 v. xcii,431; iv,509 p., index,19.5 cm. A collection of essays (17: vol.one; 13 vol. 2) Vol 1: Ascham, Willes, Gascoine, Whetstone, Lodge, Harvey, Stanyhurst, Sidney, James VI, Webbe, Fraunce, Nash, Vol 2: Puttenham, Harrington, Nash, Harvey,Carew, , Chapman, Meres, Vaugham, Campion, Daniel. Stock# 102,231. Vg, some pencil markings by Walter R. Davis / no dj.

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74.
Smith, Hallett Darius, 1907-  
Elizabethan Poetry: A Study in Conventions, Meaning and Expression
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Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1952.
viii, 355 p.; 22 cm. "My principle purpose is to study the nature of the creative process in the last quarter of the sixteenth century in England." Contents: Pastoral poetry, Ovidian poetry, The sonnets, Satire, Poetry for music, Heroic poetry. Stock#45588. Vg / dj good+, strip from top torn off.

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75.
Southwell, Robert, Rev., 1561?-1595 / Turnbull, William B. (Barclay),1811-1863, ed.  
The Poetical Works of the Rev. Robert Southwell, now first completely ed. by William B. Turnbull.

Publisher: London, John Russell Smith, 1856..
lxxii, [1], 168 p. incl. geneal. tab. 17.5 cm. The English Jesuit wrote these poems during his three years as a prisoner waiting execution for treason. Stock# 43,227. Vg / in binder cloth.

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