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Literatura renacentista



A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology


by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)




Renaissance / Early modern literary history



Renaissance/16th c.: General


17th  c.






Hallam, Henry. An Introduction to the Literature of the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century in Europe. 1837-39.

_____. An Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Century. Vol. 3. London: Murray, 1892. 261-64.

_____. An Introduction to the Literature of the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century in Europe. New York: Ungar, 1970.

Krailsheimer, A. J. The Continental Renaissance (1500-1600). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971.









Alborg, Juan Luis. "XIV. Apogeo del Renacimiento. División y corrientes principales." In Alborg, Historia de la Literatura Española (I): Edad Media y Renacimiento. 2nd ed., enlarged. Madrid: Gredos, 1970. 616-30.* (Renaissance; Luis Vives).

Alter, R. Canon and Creativity: Modern Writing and the Authority of Scripture. New Haven (CT): Yale UP, 2000.

Anderson, Miranda. The Renaissance Extended Mind. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

Barker, Francis, et al., eds. Uses of History: Marxism, Postmodernism, and the Renaissance. (Essex Symposium). Manchester: Manchester UP, 1991.

Benoit, A., G. Fontaine, et al. "The Second Half of the Sixteenth Century." In A History of European Literature. Ed. Annick Benoit-Dusausoy and Guy Fontaine. London: Routledge, 2000. 197-243.*

Brant, Clare, and Diane Purkiss, eds. Women, Texts and Histories 1575-1760. London: Routledge, 1992.

Bremer, Kai. Literatur der frühen Neuzeit: Reformation, Späthumanismus, Barock. (UTB). Fink, 2008.

Burke, Peter. Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe. New York: Harper, 1978.

Burckhardt, Jakob Christoph. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. Trans. S. G. C. Middlemore. London, 1878.

_____. Civilisation de la Renaissance en Italie. 3 vols. Paris: Le Livre de Poche.

_____. La cultura del Renacimiento en Italia. 1860. (Grandes Obras de la Cultura). Barcelona: RBA Coleccionables, c. 2005.*

Bush, Douglas. Classical Influences in Renaissance Literature. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1952.

Carroll, John. Humanism: The Rebirth and Wreck of Western Culture. London: Fontana, 1993.

Cassirer, Ernst, Paul Oskar Kristeller and John Herman Randall, Jr. The Renaissance Philosophy of Man. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1948.

Castillo, Susan. Colonial Encounters in New World Writing, 1500-1786: Performing America. London: Routledge, 2005.

Chartier, Roger. Entre poder y placer: Cultura escrita y literatura en la Edad Moderna. (Historia / Serie Minor). Madrid: Cátedra, 2000.

Comensoli, Viviana, and Paul Stevens, eds. Discontinuities: New Essays on Renaissance Literature and Criticism. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1998.

Davies, Ceri, and John E. Law, eds. The Renaissance in the Celtic Countries. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.

Davies, Stevie. Renaissance View of Man. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1978.

_____. The Idea of Woman in Renaissance Literature. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1987.

Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. The Printing Press as an Agent of Change: Communications and Cultural Transformation in Early-Modern Europe. 2 vols. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, 1979, 1980.

Ferguson, Margaret W., Maureen Quilligan and Nancy J. Vickers, eds. Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1986.

Gilbert, A. H., ed. Renaissance Papers. Columbia (SC): U of South Carolina P, 1954.

Goldberg, Jonathan. Sodometries: Renaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities. Stanford (CA): Stanford UP, 1992.

_____, ed. Queering the Renaissance. Durham (NC): Duke UP, 1994.

Greenblatt, Stephen. Marvelous Possessions: The Wonder of the New World. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1991.

_____. Learning to Curse: Essays in Early Modern Culture. 1990. London: Routledge, 1992.

Greene, Sally, ed. Virginia Woolf: Reading the Renaissance. Ohio UP, 1999.

Greene, Thomas M. "The Flexibility of the Self in Renaissance Literature." In The Disciplines of Criticism: Essays in Literary Theory, Interpretation, and History. Ed. Peter Demetz et al. New Haven: Yale UP, 1968. 241-64.

Hamilton, K. G. The Two Harmonies: Poetry and Prose in the Seventeenth Century. 1963.

Hampton, Timothy. Writing from History: The Rhetoric of Exemplarity in Renaissance Literature. Cornell UP, 1990. (Budé, Tasso, Montaigne, Shakespeare, Cervantes).

Hauser, Arnold. "V. Renacimiento." In Hauser, Historia social de la literatura y el arte. I. Desde la prehistoria hasta el barroco. Barcelona: DeBols!llo, 2004. 315-414.*

_____. "VI. El manierismo." In Hauser, Historia social de la literatura y el arte. I. Desde la prehistoria hasta el barroco. Barcelona: DeBols!llo, 2004.  415-93.*

Haydn, Hiram C. The Counter-Renaissance. New York: Scribners, 1950.

Hendricks, Margo, and Patricia Parker, eds. Women, 'Race' and Writing in the Early Modern Period. London: Routledge, 1994. (Book/eBook).

Heninger, S. K. Touches of Sweet Harmony: Pythagorean Cosmology and Renaissance Poetics. San Marino (CA): Huntington Library, 1974.

_____. The Cosmological Glass: Renaissance Diagrams of the Universe. San Marino (CA): Huntington Library, 1977.

Hibbard, G. R., ed. Renaissance and Modern Essays Presented to Vivian de Sola Pinto. 1966.

Hirschberger, Johannes. "La Antigüedad renacida." In Hirschberger, Historia de la filosofía. Barcelona: Herder, 1977. 1.467-75.*

Hoffmann, George. "Renaissance Printing and the Book Trade." In The Renaissance. Ed. Glyn P. Norton. Vol. 3 of The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999. 2001. 384-91.*

Horville, R., et al. "Baroque Triumphant and French Classicism (1618-1715)." In A History of European Literature. Ed. Annick Benoit-Dusausoy and Guy Fontaine. London: Routledge, 2000. 244-99.*

Hoyles, John. The Waning of the Renaissance 1640-1740. 1971.

Imaz, Eugenio. Utopías del Renacimiento. México: FCE, 1941. 7-35.

Jeanneret, Michel. "The Renaissance and its Ancients: Dismembering and Devouring." MLN 110.5 (December 1995): 1043-1053.*

Kelly, Joan. [Joan Kelly-Gadol]. "Did Women Have a Renaissance?" In Becoming Visible: Women in European History. Boston: Ed. Renate Bridenthal and Claudia Koonz. Boston: Houghton, 1977. 137-64.

_____. "Did Women Have a Renaissance?" In Kelly, Women, History and Theory. Chicago, 1984.

Ker, W. P. "The Humanist Ideal." (Renaissance). 1919. In Ker, Collected Essays. London: Macmillan, 1925. 2.339-52.

Knapp, Peggy, ed. Assays: Critical Aproaches to Medieval and Renaissance Texts. Pittsburgh, 1983.

Kraye, Jill, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.

Kristeller, P. O. Studies in Renaissance Thought and Letters. Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1956.

_____ . Renaissance Thought: The Classical, Scholastic, and Humanistic Strains. New York, 1961.

_____. Medieval Aspects of Renaissance Learning. Ed. and trans. E. P. Mahoney. (Duke Monographs in Medieval and Renaissance Studies I). Durham (NC), 1974.

_____. Renaissance Thought in Sources. Ed. M. Mooney. New York, 1979.

Le Guern, M. "Sur le genre du dialogue." In L'Automne de la Renaissance 1580-1630. Paris: Vrin, 1981. 141-48.

Legrand, Marie-Dominique. Lire l'humanisme. Paris, 1993.

Lewalsky, Barbara Kiefer, ed. Renaissance Genres: Essays on Theory, History, and Interpretation. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1986.

Lewis, C. S. The Discarded Image: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1964. 1971.

Lievsay, J., ed. Medieval and Renaissance Studies 4. Durham (NC), 1970.

Linden, Stanton J. Mystical Metal of Old: Essays on Alchemy and Renaissance Culture. (AMS Studies in the Renaissance, 42). Brooklyn (NY): AMS Press, c. 2006.

Lindsay, T. M. "1. Englishmen and the Classical Renascence." In The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, 3: English: Renascence and Reformation. Ed. A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller. New York: Putnam, 1907-21. Online at Bartleby.com, 2000.* (1. The Birth of the Classical Renascence; 2. Erasmus; 3. His first visit to England. 4. Thomas Linacre. 5. William Grocyn. 6. English students at Paris. 7. John Colet. 8. William Lily. 9. John Fisher. 10. Sir Thomas More. 11. The spread of the classical renascence. 12. Sir Thomas Elyot. 13. Thomas Wilson).



Macdonald, Joyce Green, ed. Race, Ethnicity and Power in the Renaissance. London: Associated UPs, 1997.

Maclean, Ian. The Renaissance Notion of Woman. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1980.

Marcus, Leah S. "Cyberspace Renaissance." English Literary Renaissance 25 (1995): 388-401.

Martin, John Jeffries, ed. (Trinity U, Texas, USA). The Renaissance World. (Routledge Worlds). London: Routledge, 2006.

McLuhan, Marshall. The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1962.

_____. La galaxia Gutenberg. Trans. Juan Novella. Introd. Javier Echeverría. (Biblioteca Universal, Ensayo Contemporáneo). Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores, 1998.*

Ménager, D. Introduction à la vie littéraire du XVIe. siècle. Paris: Bordas, 1968.

Montrose, Louis A. "Renaissance Literary Studies and the Subject of History." English Literary Renaissance 16.1 (Winter 1986): 5-12.

_____. "Professing the Renaissance: The Poetics and Politics of Culture." In The New Historicism. Ed. H. Aram Veeser. London: Routledge, 1989. 15-36.*

Moss, Ann. Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.

Neely, Carol Thomas. "Constructing the Subject: Feminist Practice and the New Renaissance Discourses." English Literary Renaissance 18 (1988): 5-18.

Oppenheimer, P. The Birth of the Modern Mind. 1989.

Parker, Patricia, and David Quint, eds. Literary Theory / Renaissance Texts. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP.

Pater, Walter. The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry. London: Macmillan, 1873. 2nd ed. 1877. 3rd ed. London: Macmillan, 1888.

_____. The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry. London: Macmillan, 1910.

_____. The Renaisance: Studies in Art and Poetry. London: Macmillan, 1924. 1925.*

_____. The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry. The 1893 Text. Ed. Donald L. Hill. Berkeley: U of California P, 1980.

_____. The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry. Ed. Adam Phillips. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. From The Renaissance. (Preface, "La Gioconda," Conclusion). In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, with Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 2.1638-44.*

Prescott, Anne Lake. "Humour and Satire in the Renaissance." In The Renaissance. Ed. Glyn P. Norton. Vol. 3 of The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999. 2001. 284-91.*

Purchas, Samuel. "[Part I, Book 1] Chap. II § 8 The glorie of Apostolicall Conquests: the hopes of enlarging the Church in this last Age, by knowledge of Arts and Languages thorugh the benefit of Printing and Navigation. Apostolicall Acts and Conquest compared with greatest Captaines. Two Hirams Paralel of Tabernacle and Temple; Printing & Navigation. Learning revived by printing, by navigations help preacheth to the World. Romish and Jewish Church compared. Spaine fitted against Rome. Praier for more full Conversion of the World." In Purchas, Hakluytus Posthumus: or, Purchas His Pilgrimes. Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and Lande Travells by Englishmen and Others. Vol. 1. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1905. Rpt. (Cambridge Library Collection). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. 166-79.*

Quin, D., M. M. Ferguson, G. W. Pigman III and W. A. Rebhorn, eds. Creative Imitation: New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Thomas M. Greene. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 95). Binghampton (NY): SUNY Press, 1992.

Rebhorn, Wayne A. The Emperor of Men's Minds: Literature and the Renaissance Discourse of Rhetoric. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1995.

Reiss, Timothy J. Knowledge, Discovery and Imagination in Early Modern Europe: The Rise of Aesthetic Rationalism. (Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture 15). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.

Rhodes, Neil, and Jonathan Sawday, eds. The Renaissance Computer: Knowledge Technology in the First Age of Print. London and New York: Routledge, 2000.*

Rice, Eugene F., Jr. The Renaissance Idea of Wisdom. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1958.

Russell, Bertrand. "El Renacimiento italiano." In Russell, Historia de la Filosofía Occidental, in Russell, Historia de la filosofía. Madrid: Aguilar, 1973.*

Schiesari, Juliana. The Gendering of Melancholia: Feminism, Psychoanalysis, and the Symbolics of Loss in Renaissance Literature. Ithaca (NY), 1992.

Schleiner, Winfried. Melancholy, Genius, and Utopia in the Renaissance. Wiesbaden, 1991.

Serés, Guillermo. "Pervivencia de los motivos tradicionales en el Renacimiento." In Serés, La transformación de los amantes: imágenes del amor de la antigüedad al siglo de oro. Barcelona: Crítica, 1996. 137-67.*

Sokolova, Boika, and Evgenia Pancheva, eds. Renaissance Refractions. Essays in Honour of Alexander Shurbanov. Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski UP, 2001.

Stillwell, Margaret Bingham. Essays on the Heritage of the Renaissance: From Homer to Gutenberg: The Growth of Knowledge and Its Transmission through the First Printed Books. Providence: Brown UP, 1982.

Sypher, Wylie. Four Stages of Renaissance Style. Garden City: Doubleday, 1956.

Traub, Valerie. The Renaissance of Lesbianism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000.

Traub, Valerie, M. Lindsay Kaplan, and Dympna Callaghan, eds. Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.

Trill, Suzanne, Kate Chedgzoy and Melanie Osborne, eds. Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing. Keele: Keele UP, 1996.

Turner, James Grantham. Sexuality and Gender in Early Modern Europe: Institutions, Texts, Images. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993. Rev. in Textual Practice 9.1 (1995).

Tyson, Gerald P., and Sylvia S. Wagonheim, eds. Print and Culture in the Renaissance: Essays on the Advent of Printing in Europe. Preface by S. Schoenbaum. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1986.

Ullmann, Walter. Medieval Foundations of Renaissance Humanism. London, 1977.

Weimann, Robert. Realismus in der Renaissance. Berlin and Weimar, 1977.

Weise, G. L'ideale eroico del Rinascimento e le sue premese umanistiche. Naples: Ed. Scientifiche, 1961.

_____. Il Rinascimento e la sua ereditá. Naples: Signori, 1969.

_____. Il manierismo: Bilancio critico del problema stilistico e culturale. Florence: Olschki, 1978.

Weiss, R. The Renaissance Discovery of Classical Antiquity. Oxford, 1969.

Zwicker, Steven N. "6. Habits of Reading and Early Modern Literary Culture." In The Cambridge History of Early Modern English Literature. (1. Modes and Means of Literary Production). Ed. David Loewenstein and Janel Mueller. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002. 2004.*








McCormick, Ian, ed. Secret Sexualities: A Sourcebook of 17th and 18th Century Writings. London: Routledge, 1997. (Book/eBook).

Payne, Michael and John Hunter, eds. Renaissance Literature: An Anthology. (Blackwell Anthologies). Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.






Internet resources



Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State U, Tempe.




Digital Librarian: Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

http://www.servitech.com/~mvail/ medieval.html


Early Modern Culture: An Electronic Seminar.




Fondo Antiguo: Biblioteca de la Universidad de Sevilla




Internetography. Ed. Heinrich C. Kuhn (Renaissance studies).




Luminarium: Medieval, Renaissance and 17th Century Studies.



RECIRC: The Reception and Circulation of Early Modern Women's Writing, 1550-1700.* (NUI Galway).




Renaissance Electronic Texts, University of Toronto.



Renaissance Quarterly


Renaissance Literature.



Renaissance Studies discussion list.


         (Autumn 1996).


Renaissance online bibliographies, Toronto Iter Website.



The Sixteenth-Century Journal 26.3 (1995).


Studi rinascimentali 3 (2005).


University of Alberta Early Modern Literary Studies



WWW Gateway for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.








Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 47 (1985).


Cahiers de la Renaissance.

Electronic journal.

Ed. Jean-Christophe Mayer and Patricia Eichel-Lojkine.

Université Paul-Valéry,

Route de Mende,

F-34199 Montpellier Cedex 5.



Early Modern Literary Studies

Ed. Matthew Steggle and Annaliese Connolly (both Sheffield Hallam U).

Founding ed. Ray Siemens (U of Victoria, Canada)

Vol. 16.2 (2012).




Early Modern Literary Studies

Founding ed. Ray Siemens (U of Victoria, Canada)




Etiópicas: Revista de letras renacentistas.



A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

On-line journal.


Vol. 3 (1991).


Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

Durham (NC): Duke UP.

Vol. 22 (1992).


Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 23.1/2 (1960).


Renaissance and Modern Studies 7 (1963).


Renaissance and Reformation 20 (1984).


The Renaissance Bulletin (Tokyo) 20 (1993).


Renaissance Forum.

Electronic journal.

Ed. Glenn Bugess and Robin Headlam Wells

U of Hull, Department of English, Hull HU6 7RX



(Spring 1996)


Renaissance Papers (1994).


Renaissance Quarterly 40 (1987).


Renaissance Studies


Ed. John Law

Oxford: Oxford UP.

Info: www.oup.co.uk/renstu/


Renascence 37.3 (Spring 1985).


Rinascimento 22 (1982).


Studies in the Renaissance 10 (1963).


Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies.


Managing ed. Mary Rouse.

UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

302 Royce Hall, Box 951485,

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1485.

E-mail: mrouse@humnet.ucla.edu








(AMS Studies in the Renaissance, 42). Brooklyn (NY): AMS Press, 2006.


(Cambridge Studies in Modern Literature, 57). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005.


(Early Modern Literature in History). Series eds. Cedric C. Brown and Andrew Hadfield. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, c. 2004.


(Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 95). Binghampton (NY): SUNY Press, 1992.


(Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 164). Tempe, 1997.


(Renaissance Studies Special Issues). Oxford: Blackwell, c. 2004.









17th century


Arranz, Manuel. "Textos, libros, lectores." Rev. of El orden de los libros: Lectores, autores, bibliotecas en Europa entre los siglos XIV y XVIII. Barcelona: Gedisa, 1994. Revista de Occidente 177 (Febrero 1996): 141-47.*

Baker, Herschel. The Wars of Truth: Studies in the Decay of Humanism in the Earlier Seventeenth Century. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1952.

Clark, G. N. "Literature." In Clark, The Seventeenth Century. Oxford: Clarendon, 1929. 325-43.*

Hazard, Paul. The European Mind 1680-1715. 1953.

Hauser, Arnold. "VII. El barroco." In Hauser, Historia social de la literatura y el arte. I. Desde la prehistoria hasta el barroco. Barcelona: DeBols!llo, 2004. 496-552.*

Mazzeo, J. A., ed. Reason and the Imagination: Studies in the History of Ideas, 1600-1800. (Nicolson Festschrift). 1962.

Rapin, René. Réflexions sur la poétique de ce temps et sur les ouvrages des poètes anciens et modernes. Geneva: Droz, 1970.

Serés, Guillermo. "Pervivencia durante el siglo XVII: Sincretismo, derivaciones y afinidades." In Serés, La transformación de los amantes: imágenes del amor de la antigüedad al siglo de oro. Barcelona: Crítica, 1996. 304-46.*







Seventeenth-Century News 43 (1985).





See also Baroque.




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