James H. Thomason Library

English 325 Course Guide: Renaissance Poetry & Drama
Reference Sources



Elizabeth I

Elizabeth I, Armada Portrait,
Artist: English School, c.1588, oil on panel.
Bridgeman Art Library Archive, CREDO Reference


  Handbooks, Companions, Guides
  Bibliographies
  Reference Works on Specific Authors
  Biography
  Style Guides
Locating Books
  Thomcat
  PASCAL catalog
  WorldCat / ILL
Locating Articles & Criticism
  Reference Sources & Criticism
  Articles, Essays, Book Chapters
  Key Journals
  Journal Finder
Internet Resources
  General English Renaissance Sources
  Web Sites on Specific Authors
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
 
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Reference Sources:        
Handbooks, Companions, Guides     back to top

For background information and definitions refer to the following library reference works and online reference collections:

British Writers, Scribner, c1979-1984.
Main Level, Reference: R 820.9 B777B
Provides biographical information as well as history and criticism of literary works.

The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English [CREDO Reference].  Ian Ousby, editor. Cambridge U.Press, 2000, c1993.  

Authoritative and international survey of world literature in English with entries on eras, theses, genres and critical terms, authors, poems, novels, literary journals and plays                              

The Cambridge Guide to Theatre [CREDO Reference], Cambridge University Press, 2000.  
The Guide contains a wealth of information on all aspects of theater past and present: major playwrights, works, important traditions, theories, companies, practitioners, venues and events; the origins of popular theater tradition, including folk drama, street theater and mummers plays; the work of actors, directors and designers, including lighting and sound, technical theater, theater architecture and theater design.
Also available in print, Main Level, Reference:
R 792.0321 C144C [1995]

  The Cambridge Guide to Theatre

Critical Survey of Poetry, Salem, 2002.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.1 C869C [8 vols]
This eight volume set presents an essay on each poet included. Each essay contains essential information including: principal poetry, other literary forms, achievements, biography, analysis, and bibliography. Index to set in Volume 8.    

The Oxford Companion to English Literature [Oxford Reference Online] Oxford Univ. Press, 2007.
Also available in print, Main Level, Reference: R 820.9 Ox2O [2000]

Six Metaphysical Poets: A Reader's Guide, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, [1967].
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.009 W676S

Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700, Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 820.99287 W842W 
Click call # link for Table of Contents.

Bibliographies of 20th Century Criticism   back to top

"A bibliography is a systematic list of writings by a given author OR on a given subject." The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms [Oxford Reference Online]

English Drama to 1660 (Excluding Shakespeare): A Guide to Information Sources, Gale Research, 1976. 
Main Level, Reference: R 016.822 P384E

English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, 1600-1660, Clarendon Press, 1945.  
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 820.903 B963E

The English Renaissance, 1510-1688, R. M. McBride and Company, [c1938].
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 820.9 P658E
By V. de Sola Pinto, with a chapter on literature and music by Bruce Pattison.

English Renaissance Theatre History: A Reference Guide, G.K. Hall Pub., c1982.
Main Level, Reference:
R 016.7920942 St47E
Provides an annotated, chronological list of the scholarship from 1664 through 1979 on Elizabethan theatrical history.

The Later Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists, University of Nebraska Press, 1978.
Main Level, Reference: R 016.822309 L828L

Twentieth-Century Criticism of English Masques, Pageants, and Entertainments: 1558-1642, Trinity University Press [c1972]. 
Main Level, Reference: R 016.8223 B453T
By David M. Bergeron, with a supplement on the folk-play and related forms, by Harry B. Caldwell. 

Reference Works on Specific Authors
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Jonson
 

 


The Plays of Ben Jonson: A Referen
ce Guide, G.K. Hall, 1980. 
Main Level, Reference: R 016.8223 L529P

  [Picture of Ben Jonson]
    photo Biography
   in Context
  Milton back to top

The Cambridge Companion to Milton, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.409 C144C

A Concordance to Milton's English Poetry, Clarendon Press, 1972.
Main Level, Reference: R 821.4 In4C

John Milton: A Reader's Guide to His Poetry, Farrar, Straus [1963].
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.4 N548J

A Milton Dictionary, Philosophical Library, 1961.
Main Level, Reference: R 821.4 L496M
Also available Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.4 L496M

 



[Picture of John Milton]
photo Biography
   in Context

 

  Shakespeare: Encyclopedias & Dictionaries  

All Things Shakespeare: An Encyclopedia of Shakespeare's World, Greenwood Press, c2002.
Main Level, Reference: R 822.33 Ol8A [2 vols]

A Dictionary of Shakespeare [Oxford Reference Online], Oxford University Press, 1998. 

Dictionary of Shakespeare [Credo Reference], Peter Collin Publishing, 2000. 

  Shakespeare: Handbooks & Companions back to top

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare, Cambridge University Press, 2002. 
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 C144C2

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare Studies, Cambridge University Press, 1986.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 C144C

A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare, Blackwell Publishers, 2000.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 F349F

The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare [Oxford Reference Online], Oxford University Press, 2003. 
Also available in print, Main Level, Reference: R 822.33 Ox2O [2001]

  [Picture of William Shakespeare]
photo Biography
   in Context

A Reader's Guide to Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, Barnes & Noble, 1979.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 Al27R

Shakespeare After All, Pantheon Books, c2004. 
Upper Level, Circulating Collection:
822.33 G163S

The Shakespeare Handbook, G.K. Hall, 1987. 
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 Sh15S14

Shakespeare the Playwright: A Companion to the Complete Tragedies, Histories, Comedies, and Romances, Greenwood Press, 1991.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 C119S

The Shakespeare Companion, Scribner, c1978.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 Ev154S

William Shakespeare: A Handbook, C. Scribner's Sons, 1934.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 P24

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The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare : Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet,  Little, Brown, ca.1874.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 C55

The Harvard Concordance to Shakespeare, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1973. Main Level, Reference: R 822.33016 Sp37H

The Home Book of Shakespeare Quotations, Being Also a Concordance & a Glossary of the Unique Words & Phrases in the Plays & Poems, C. Scribner's Sons, Ltd., 1937.
Main Level, Reference: R 822.33 Sh15h

A New and Complete Concordance or Verbal Index to Words, Phrases, and Passages in the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, with a Supplementary Concordance to the Poems,  Macmillan and Co., 1937.
Main Level, Reference: R 822.33 B284n

Open Source Shakespeare Concordance [Eric M. Johnson]

  Sidney  


A Concordance to the Poems of Sir Philip Sidney
, Cornell University Press, 1975.
Main Level, Reference: R 821.3 D719C   
  [Picture of Philip, Sir Sidney]
    photo Biography
   in Context
  Spenser  


The Faerie Queene: A Companion for Readers
, University of California Press, 1970. 
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.31 F877F

A Spenser Handbook, F.S. Crofts & Co., 1930.
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.31 J717S

  [Picture of Edmund Spenser]
    photo Biography
   in Context
Biography   back to top

Gale Biography in Context
Provides full-text biographical information from reference books, periodicals, and other sources.

British Authors Before 1800: A Biographical Dictionary, Wilson Pub., 1952.
Main Level, Reference: R 920 K962B

British Writers, Scribner, 1979-1984. 
Main Level, Reference: R 820.9 B777B [8 vols, plus supplements]

Encyclopedia of British Women Writers, Rutgers University Press, 1998.
Main Level, Reference: R 820.99287 En19E

Encyclopedia of World Biography, Gale, 1998.
Main Level, Reference: R 920.02 En19E [17 vols]
Alphabetically arranged long essays on reputable personalities who have made great contributions to human culture and society.

 Literature Resource Center [Thomson Gale]
Search here for your author or use advanced search criteria to compile a list of authors by type. Contains biographical information from Contemporary Authors and Dictionary of Literary Biography databases, as well as British Writers [Main Level Reference: R 820.9 B777B] and thirteen Scribner print sources.
 

Women Writers of the English Renaissance, Twayne Publishers, 1996. 
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 820.99287 W152W 
Includes chapters on Wroth, Cary, and Pembroke.

THOMCAT (Thomason Library Catalog)
To find biographies of specific authors in the Thomason Library’s collection, search Thomcat, using SUBJECT search, last name first.

Style Guides    

Humanities: Documenting Sources [Research and Documentation Online], Bedford/St. Martins, 2003.

MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Modern Language Association, 2009.
Main Level, Reference: R 808.02 M72M  AND Ready Reference Shelf (small bookcase behind Reference Desk)[2 copies].

Writing Center, Presbyterian College
Citation styles, writing guides, and scheduling an appointment with a tutor.

Locating Books   back to top
  THOMCAT    


THOMCAT

Use the online catalog to locate books in Thomason Library. You can search by author, title, keyword, or subject.

  • Search for a person, as AUTHOR or SUBJECT, with last name, first name:              
  Shakespeare, William [as AUTHOR]  
  Shakespeare, William [as SUBJECT]  
  Pembroke, Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of, 1561-1621  
  • SUBJECT searching requires use of Library of Congress subject headings. The terms below are examples of subject headings related to Renaissance poetry and drama:
               
 

English Drama--Early Modern And Elizabethan, 1500-1600--History and Criticism

  English Literature--Early Modern, 1500-1700--History and Criticism
  English Poetry--Early Modern, 1500-1700--History and Criticism
  European Literature--Renaissance 1450-1600--History and Criticism
  Shakespeare William, 1564 1616--Stage History--to 1625
  Women and Literature--England--History--16th Century

Subject searching is an effective and precise method of searching the catalog, however, KEYWORD searching has benefits, also.

  • Try a KEYWORD search using two or three of the most significant words from the title or subject you are trying to find if you are unsure of the exact title or the correct subject heading to use. Place phrases in "quotation marks."

  • Connect words with AND, OR, NOT to focus your search.
  • Try truncation at the end of a word stem to retrieve singular, plural, and other variations of the word.  Use an asterisk (*) to truncate from 1 to 5 characters. Use a double asterisk (**) to include word endings with an unlimited number of characters.
KEYWORD Searching Tips


· Use AND between words to narrow your search:
Shakespeare AND sonnets

· Use OR between related or alternate words
to expand your search.
Group "OR" terms with parentheses:
(sonnets OR songs) AND Milton

· Add * to the root of a word to truncate or expand a term:
theat* = theater, theatre, theatres, theatrical

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PASCAL   back to top

PASCAL Catalog

If you need books in addition to those found at Thomason Library, try your search here for books in other academic libraries in SC. Through PASCAL Delivers, you can order books online for delivery within 3-4 working days. This service for current PC students, faculty, and staff is a project of PASCAL- Partnership Among SC Academic Libraries. Borrowers will be notified by e-mail when requested items arrive at Thomason Library. Click here for searching and ordering tips.

WorldCat & Interlibrary Loan    

WorldCat

A catalog of books and materials at libraries worldwide. Try searching here to find ALL books available on a topic. Materials available at Thomason Library are highlighted and others can be borrowed through ILL or searched in PASCALCAT.

Interlibrary Loan

ILL is available to PC students, faculty and staff in order to share resources between libraries. Check link for instructions.


Locating Articles & Criticism:   back to top
Reference Sources & Criticism    


Literature Resource Center
[Thomson Gale]
Biographical, bibliographical and contextual information from the Contemporary Authors and Dictionary of Literary Biography databases, as well as full-text criticism from the Contemporary Literary Criticism Select database. Contains full-text journal articles from more than 250 literary journals, critical essays, author biographies, and definitions of literary terms from Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature.

British Writers, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1979-2007.
Main Level, Reference:
R 820.9 B777B [8 vols, 12 supplements]
Also searchable in Scribner Writer's Series

Scribner Writer's Series
Full-text articles on writers and literary genres drawn from 13 acclaimed Scribner print series. Each signed article was written by a noted scholar and concludes with a bibliography of primary and secondary sources for further study.

Critical Survey of Poetry, Salem Press, 2003.
Main Level, Reference: 809.1 C869C [8 vols]
See volume 8 for chapters “English Poetry in the Sixteenth Century” and “English Poetry in the Seventeenth Century.”  Vol. 8 also contains Categorized Index (look under heading “Renaissance, England” for individual poets) and Subject Index.

Drama Criticism, Thomson Gale, 2002.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.2 D79D [16 vols]
Index included in volume 16.

Articles, Essays, Book Chapters back to top

MLA International Bibliography  [EBSCOhost]
Indexes critical literary and language scholarship and provides access to journals and serials published worldwide, as well as books, essay collections, working papers, proceedings, dissertations, and bibliographies. Nearly 45,000 records are added annually.
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Academic Search Premier - Humanities[EBSCOhost]
Search this subset of full text peer-reviewed humanities journals indexed in Academic Search Premier.

Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Indexes articles, books and essays dealing with years 400-1700 (Middle Ages and Renaissance), Iter Italicum, International Directory of Scholars, Scholars of Early Modern Studies, International Directory of Renaissance and Reformation Associations and Institutes, Baptisteria Sacra: An Iconographic Index of Baptismal Fonts. 

JSTOR                          
Arts & Sciences Collections I, II, & III contain an archive of over 350 full-text journals which are searchable through JSTOR or accessible through Journal Finder, which guides the user to full-text articles available at Thomason Library. The collections include journals in economics, history, political science, sociology, and humanities. This archive covers the full run of journals from the first issue of volume one; however, the most current three to five year issues of the journals are not available as specified by the publishers in their agreements with JSTOR.

Project MUSE Basic Undergraduate Collection  
Current and recent volumes of 112 core journals in the humanities and social sciences.



Key Journals   back to top


Click on title to view availability online and in print:

Early Modern Literary Studies  
A refereed journal serving as a formal arena for scholarly discussion and as an academic resource for researchers in the area. Articles in EMLS examine English literature, literary culture, and language during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; responses to published papers are also published as part of a Readers' Forum. Reviews evaluate recent work as well as academic tools of interest to scholars in the field. EMLS is committed to gathering and to maintaining links to the most useful and comprehensive internet resources for Renaissance scholars, including archives, electronic texts, discussion groups, and beyond.

ELH (English Literary History)
Superior studies interpreting the conditions affecting major works in English and American literature while publishing articles with an intelligent mix of historical, critical, and theoretical concerns.

The Explicator
This journal publishes short papers on passages of prose and poetry. Each issue contains between 25 and 30 notes on works of literature, ranging from ancient Greek and Roman times to our own, from throughout the world.

Milton Studies   
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 821.4 M642M [48 vols]
Milton Studies
is published annually by the University of Pittsburgh Press as a forum for Milton scholarship and criticism. The journal defines the literary, intellectual, and historical contexts that impacted Milton by studying the work of his contemporaries, seventeenth century political and religious movements, his influence on other writers, and the history of critical response to his work. Indexed in MLA International Bibliography.

Shakespeare Quarterly 
Founded in 1950 by the Shakespeare Association of America, Shakespeare Quarterly is a refereed journal committed to publishing articles in the vanguard of Shakespeare studies. The Quarterly features notes that bring to light new information on Shakespeare and his age, issue and exchange sections for the latest ideas and controversies, theater reviews of significant Shakespeare productions, and book reviews to keep its readers current with Shakespeare criticism and scholarship.

Shakespeare Studies
An international volume of essays, studies and reviews dealing with the cultural history of early modern England and the place of Shakespeare's production in it.

Shakespeare Survey
Upper Level, Circulating Collection: 822.33 N545S [60+ vols]
An annual publication of Shakespeare criticism, interpretation, and production.

Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900
Focuses on four fields of British Literature which rotate quarterly as follows: Winter-English Renaissance, Spring - Tudor and Stuart Drama, Summer-Restoration and Eighteenth Century, and Autumn - Nineteenth Century with historical and critical essays which contribute to the understanding of English Literature.

Journal Finder   back to top

 

Journal Finder provides access to PC's electronic and print journals, magazines, and newspapers in one convenient location.

Browse Journal Finder by title or subject. When browsing or searching, you can read articles from any journal that is available in the Full-text resources online group of results. Choose a database in this group based on the dates available and the time frame in which you are interested.


Library article databases are inter-connected by Journal Finder, which will lead you to the full-text of an article when available.


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General English Renaissance Sources    


Elizabethan Authors: Texts, Resources, and Authorship Studies [Robert Brazil and Barboura Flues]

Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]

Renascence Editions: An Online Repository of Works Printed in English Between the Years 1477 and 1799 [Luminarium.org]
Links to full-text of works by Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton, Wroth, etc.

Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature: Background Information  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Links to background information sources for studies in Renaissance English literature. Includes many historical sites.

Voice of the Shuttle: English Literature by Period [Alan Liu].

See the following pages:
Renaissance & 17th Century
16th Century Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603)   


Web Sites on Specific Authors  

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John Donne (1572-1631) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Donne. Site includes “Quotes” (famous verses from his poetry), “Life” (biography), “Works” (full text of the author’s poetry and prose, with audio clips of readings of his work), “Essays,” and “More” (links, etc.).

Mary (Sidney) Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1561-1621)  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Herbert. Provides biographical information, full-text of works by the poet, essays and articles about the poet’s work, and links to other resources.

Thomas Kyd (1558-1594) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium page for Kyd, includes Life, Works, Essays, Additional Sources.

Aemilia Lanyer, 17th-Century English Woman Poet [Kari Boyd McBride, University of Arizona]
Provides biographical information, bibliographic records, and the complete text of Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum

Richard Lovelace (1618-1657)  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium page for Lovelace, includes Quotes, Life, Works,  Essays, More.

The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe: An Electronic Edition [Perseus Project, Tufts University, Hilary Binda, editor]

Katherine Philips (1632-1664) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Philips. Includes Life, Works, Essays, Links.

Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586)  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium page for Sidney. Includes sections: Life, Works, Essays & Articles, and Additional Sources.

Henry Vaughan (1621-1695)  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Vaughan. Includes Quotes, Timeline, Life, Works, Essays, and More.

John Webster (1580?-1625?)  [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Webster. Includes Quotes, Life, Works, Essays, and Additional Resources.

Shakespeare
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Internet Shakespeare Editions [The University of Victoria, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada]
“The aim of the Internet Shakespeare Editions is to inspire a love of Shakespeare's works in a world-wide audience. To do so, we create and publish works for the student, scholar, actor, and general reader in a form native to the medium of the Internet: scholarly, fully annotated texts of Shakespeare's plays, multimedia explorations of the context of Shakespeare's life and works, and records of his plays in performance.” [from the web site]
 

Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet [Terry A. Gray]  
An annotated guide to the scholarly Shakespeare resources available on the Internet. This site also includes sections Life & Times, Educational “(lesson plans, lectures, etc.), Study Guides, Theatre (The Globe, the Players, Aspects of Elizabethan Theatre, Festivals, and Theatre Companies.)

Open Source Shakespeare [Eric M. Johnson]
“Open Source Shakespeare attempts to be the best free Web site containing Shakespeare's complete works. It is intended for scholars, thespians, and Shakespeare lovers of every kind. OSS includes the 1864 Globe Edition of the complete works, which was the definitive single-volume Shakespeare edition for over a half-century.”

 

 
Milton
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John Milton (1608-1674) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium.org page for Milton. Includes  Quotes, Life, Works, Essays, and Additional Resources.

The Milton-L Homepage: Devoted to the Life, Literature & Times of John Milton  [University of Richmond]   
Internet discussion group devoted to the life, literature and times of the poet John Milton. Also includes articles about Milton.

  [Picture of John Milton]
    photo Biography
Resource Center

 
Spenser
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Edmund Spenser (1552-1599) [Anniina Jokinen, Luminarium]
Luminarium page for Spenser provides sections on Life, Works, Quotes, Essays & Articles, and Additional Resources.

Spenser and the Tradition: English Poetry, 1579-1830. “A gathering of texts, biography and criticism.” Compiled by David Hill Radcliffe, Virginia Tech. “The 25,000 records in this largely full-text database follow developments in English poetry from the publication of the Shepheardes Calender in 1579 down to Spenser's successors among the nineteenth-century romantics. The archive presents poets as readers — imitators and emulators, critics and biographers — engaged with literary traditions that were complex, dynamic, and embedded in social networks.” (description from the web site).

 


[Picture of Edmund Spenser]
photo Biography
Resource Center

     
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias   back to top

PLEASE NOTE:  Encyclopedias and dictionaries should not be cited in an essay as a secondary source but rather used as helpful background or for clarification only.

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes  [Bartleby.com]. 
A comprehensive encyclopedia of English and American literature derived from individual print editions of The Cambridge History of English Literature and The Cambridge History of American Literature, published between 1907 and 1921. Essay topics range from poetry, fiction, drama and essays to history, theology and political writing.

The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature [Credo Reference], Continuum, 2006.
This book is “a comprehensive guide to all British literature, including literature in English from the colonial and postcolonial periods in Africa, Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, India, and New Zealand. Important authors from these areas are covered in substantive topical articles on their respective literatures.”  In addition to specific authors, note entries for “Renaissance Drama” and “Elizabethan Literature.”
  The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature

A Dictionary of Literary Symbols [CREDO Reference], Cambridge University Press, 2003.
The first dictionary of symbols to be based on literature, rather than "universal" psychological archetypes, myths, or esoterica. Concentrates on English literature, but its entries range widely from the Bible and classical authors to the twentieth century, taking in American and European literatures.
Also available in print Main Level, Reference: R 809.915 F373D [2000]

A Dictionary of Writers and Their Works [Oxford Reference Online], Oxford University Press, 2001.
This resource has a focus on the British canon of literature with some American and Commonwealth writers.

Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Scribner's, published in association with the Renaissance Society of America, 1999.
Main Level, Reference: R 940.21 En19E [6 vols]

Encyclopedia of the Renaissance [CREDO Reference], Market House Books, 1988. 
The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance details in some 2,500 entries the broad range of events, people, ideas and movements that together have come to represent this era.

Encyclopedia of Women in the Renaissance: Italy, France, and England, ABC-CLIO, 2007.
Main Level, Reference: R 305.4094 En19E

McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama, McGraw-Hill, 1984.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.2 M178M [5 vols]

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