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AC  -   Adams' Canaan or the 1883 edition of New English Canaan edited by C.F. Adams Jr.
A3EP  -   C. F. Adams Jr.'s Three Episodes of Massachusetts History
DYW  -   Journal of John Winthrop edited by Dunn/Yeandle    
ENEV  -   The English New England Voyages by David Beers Quinn
FBH  -   W. C. Ford’s edition of Bradford’s Of Plimoth Plantation
G  -   Lion Gardener’s Relation of The Pequot War
H15  -   Vol. 15 of The Handbook of North American Indians, edited by Bruce G. Trigger
JAF  -   Journal of American Folklore
Key  -   Roger Williams' Key Into the Language of America
M  -   John Mason’s Brief History of The Pequot War
MHS  -   Massachusetts Historical Society: (C) Collections and (P) Publications
SV  -   John Josselyn's Second Voyage
TV  -   John Josselyn's Two Voyages to New England
U  -   John Underhill’s Newes from America
V  -   Philip Vincent’s True Relation
WCL  -   Roger Williams’ Correspondence edited by LaFantasie
WJH  -   Winthrop's Journal, edited by Hosmer
WPF  -   The Winthrop Papers, edited by Forbes







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—, ed., Prince Society Edition of New English Canaan. New York: Burt Franklin 1883

— and Henry. W. Hanes, The Site of the Wessagusset Settlement in 1622 at Weymouth, Massachusetts. Cambridge MA: J. Wilson & Son. University Press. 1891 (Copy via the G. Stinson Lord Collection, Quincy Historical Society)

—, “Imperialism and the Tracks of Our Forefathers.” Lecture-Text. Boston: Estes 1899

—, Three Episodes Of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston Bay. 2 vols. [New York 1892] Rpt. New York: Russell & Russell 1965

Adams, Robert M., ed., The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli. New York: Norton [1977] 1992

—, ed., Ben Jonson's Plays and Masques. New York: Norton 1979

Aesop, Fables. In Caxton's Aesop. R.T. Lenaghan, ed. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1967

Agnew, Jean-Christophe, Worlds Apart: The Market and the Theater in Anglo-American Thought 1550­1750. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1986

Albanese, Catherine L., Nature Religion in America: From the Algonkian Indians to the New Age. Chicago: Chicago University Press 1990

Alexander, Sir William, An Encouragement to Colonies and other works collected in Prince Society, eds., Sir William Alexander and American Colonization. Boston: Prince Society 1873. Rpt. Burt Franklin 1967

Allen, Paula Gunn, The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Boston, Beacon Press 1986

—, "Where I Come From God Is A Grandmother." Prisma: A Multicultural Forum. Boston: University of Massachusetts Publications, Vol. 2 #1, Spring 1991

Altham, Emmanuel, Letter of “to Sir Edward Altham, September 1623.” In James, ed., Three Visitors to Early Plymouth 23-36

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Andrews, K.R., N.P. Canny and P.E.H. Hair, eds., The Westward Enterprise: English Activities in Ireland, the Atlantic and America 1480-1650. Detroit: Wayne State University Press 1979

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—, ed., The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers as Told By Themselves, Their Friends and Their Enemies 1606­1623. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1897

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Armstrong, Nancy and Leonard Tennenhouse, The Imaginary Puritan: Literature, Intellectual Labor and the Origins of Personal Life. Berkeley: University of California Press 1992

—, eds., The Ideology of Conduct: Essays on Literature and the History of Sexuality. New York: Methuen 1987

Armstrong, Virginia L,1 Have Spoken: American History Through the Voices of the Indians. Athens: Ohio University Press 1991

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---, "Pastoral Celebration and Satire in Thomas Morton's New English Canaan." Criticism Vol. 16 #3, Summer 1974, 217-231

Ascham, Roger, Toxophilus. 1545. Edward Artier, ed. London: Southgate 1868

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Ashley, Leonard R.N., Elizabethan Popular Culture. Bowling Green State University Press, Ohio 1988

Astell, Ann W., Job, Boethius and Epic Truth. Ithaca: Cornell University Press 1991

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—, The Invasion Within: The Contest of Cultures in Colonial North America. New York, Oxford University Press 1985

Ayres, Harral, The Great Trail of New England. Boston: Meador Publishing 1940



Bacon, Francis (Sir), Essays or Counsels, Civil and Moral. London 1597. 3rd edition rpt. (1625) in Witherspoon/Warnke

Bailey, Alfred Goldsworthy, The Conflict of European and Eastern Algonkian Cultures 1504-1700. Toronto 1969

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Bakhtin, Mikhail, Rabelais and His World. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 1984

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Bancroft, George, The History of the United States of America from the Discovery of the Continent. 2 Vols. New York: Appleton 1892

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—, ed., "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." (1636 English legal petition for recovery of a minor debt, by Thomas Morton). MHSP Vol. 59 (1925-26), 92-95

—, History of York, Maine. 2 volumes. Boston 1931. Rpt. Baltimore: Reginal Publishing 1967

Baraga, Frederic, A Dictionary of the Ojibway Language. Minnesota Historical Society Press 1984

Barbour, Philip L., ed., The Complete Works of Captain John Smith. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press (3 vols.) 1986

Barck, Oscar T. Jr., and Hugh T. Lefler, eds., Colonial America. New York: Macmillan [1958] Rpt. 1968

Barker, Francis, Peter Hulme, Margaret Iverson and Diana Loxley, eds., Europe and Its Others: Proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature. Colchester: University of Essex 1985

Baron, Hans, "Cicero and the Roman Civic Spirit in the Middle Ages and the Early Renaissance." In Lordship and Community in Medieval Europe, F.L. Cheyette, ed. New York: Holt Rinehart & Winston 1968

Barrett, Louise K., The Ignoble Savage: American Literary Racism 1790-1890. Westport CT: Greenwood Press 1975

Barsh, Russell Lawrence, "The Nature and Spirit Of North American Political Systems." In American Indian Quarterly, Vol. X #3, Spring 1986

Baxter, James Phinney, George Cleeve of Casco Bay 1630-1667. Portland, ME 1885

Baym, Nina, Feminism and American Literary History: Essays. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press 1992

Beauchamp, W.M., “Onondaga Tales of the Pleiades." In JAF (1895) 13: 281-2

—, "Indian Corn Stories and Customs." In JAF (1898)11:195-202

Beck, Horace P., Gluskap the Liar and Other Indian Tales. Freeport ME: Cumberland Press 1966

Beisner, Robert L., Twelve Against Empire: The Anti-Imperialists 1898-1900. New York: McGraw Hill 1968

Bellamie, Jerome, The Simple Cobbler of Agawam. [London 1647] Rpt. in Force Tracts 3:8

Benes, Peter, ed., New England/New France 1600-1850. Vol. 14 of The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston University 1992

—, ed., Medicine and Healing. Vol. 15 of The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston University 1992

—, ed., Algonkians of New England: Past and Present. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston University 1993

—, ed., New England's Creatures: 1400-1900. Vol. 18 of The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston University 1995

Bennett, H.S., English Books and Readers 1603-1640: Being A Study in the History of the Book Trade in the Reigns of James I and Charles I. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1970

—, English Books and Readers 1558-1603: Being A Study in the History of the Book Trade in the Reign of Elizabeth I. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1995

Bennett, John W., The Ecological Transition. New York: Pergainon 1976

Bennett, Linda A., and Genevieve M. Ames, eds., The American Experience with Alcohol: Contrasting Cultural Perspectives. New York: Plenum Press 1985

Bennett, M.K., "The Food Economy of the New England Indians 1615-1675." In Journal of Political Economy 63 (1955), 369-397

Bercovitch, Sacvan, The American Puritan Imagination: Essays in Revaluation. Cambridge:  Harvard University Press 1974

—, The Puritan Origins of the American Self. New Haven: Yale University Press 1975

Bermudez, Jose Luis, The Paradox of Self-Consciousness. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press 1998

Betsey, Catherine, The Subject of Tragedy: Ideology and Difference in Renaissance Drama. New York: Methuen 1985

Biggar, H.P., ed., The Early Trading Companies of New France. University of Toronto Library 1901

Bilharz, Joy, "First Among Equals? The Changing Status of Seneca Women." In Klein, ed., Women and Power in Native America

Black, Henry Campbell, Black's Law Dictionary. 3rd ed. St. Paul, MN: 1933

Bland, D.S., A Bibliography of the Inns of Court and Chancery. London: Selden Society Publications, Supplementary Series 3, 1965

Blunt, John Henry, ed., The Annotated Book of Common Prayer; being an Historical, Ritual and Theological Commentary of the Devotional System of the Church of England. London: Rivingtons Press 1866

Bolgar, R.R., ed., Classical Influences on European Culture AD 1500-1700. Proceedings of an International Conference Held at King's College, Cambridge, England April 1974. Cambridge University Press 1976

Boose, Lynda, “Techno-Muscularity and the ‘Boy Eternal’: From the Quagmire to the Gulf.” In Kaplan/Pease, eds., Cultures of United States Imperialism, 581-616

Borque, Bruce and R.H. Whitehead, "Tarrantines and the Introduction of European Trade Goods in the Gulf of Maine." In Ethnohistory 32: 327-341

Bovie, Smith Palmer, ed., The Satires and Epistles of Horace. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1959

Bowden, Martyn J., “Culture and Place: English Sub-Cultural Regions in New England in the 17th Century.” In Benes, ed., Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife 1992

Boyce, Smith Palmer, trans., The Satires and Epistles of Horace. Chicago: Chicago University Press 1959

Boyd, Susan H., "This Indian Is Not An Indian: Labeling Play in Powwowdom," in Michael A. Salter, ed., Play: Anthropological Perspectives. Proceedings of the Association for the Anthropological Study of Play, West Point, NY: Leisure Press 1977

Bradford, William, History of Plimoth Plantation 1620-1647. Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Gamaliel Bradford Jr., Morton Dexter, Worthington C. Ford, and Arthur Lord, eds. 2 vols., Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co 1912

—, "A Dialogue" in Young, Chronicles 416-17

—, "Letter Book" in MHSC I, series III (1794), 27-76

—, "A Descriptive and Historical Account of New England in Verse, from the Manuscripts of Williams Bradford," (a.k.a. "Verse History"). In MHSC I, series III (1794), 82-3

Bradley, James W., "Native Exchange and European Trade: Cross Cultural Dynamics in the Sixteenth Century." In Man in the Northeast 33 (Spring 1987): 31-46

Bradstreet, Anne, Contemplations. [London 1650] In Meserole, ed., American Poetry

—, "To My Dear Children." In McElrath and Robb, eds., The Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet: see entries under Hensley, McElrath/Robb, and Piercy

Bragdon, Kathleen J., "Emphaticall Speech and Great Action': An Analysis of 17th-Century Native Speech Events Described in Early Sources." In Man in the Northeast 33 (1987), 101-11

—, "Vernacular Literacy and Massachusetts World View 1650-1750." In Benes, ed., Algonkians (1993), 26-35

—, Native People of Southern New England 1500-1650. Norman: Oklahoma University Press 1996

— and Ives Goddard, Native Writings in Massachusett. 2 vols. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society 1988

Brasser, Theodore J., "Early Indian-European Contacts," in H15

—, “The Coastal Algonkians: People of the First Frontier.” In Leacock, Eleanor G. and Nancy O. Lurie, eds., North American Indians in Historical Perspective. New York: Random House 1971, 64-91

Braun, D., "Explanatory Models for the Evolution of Coastal Adaptation in Prehistoric Eastern New England." American Antiquity 38 (4:1), 582-96

Brooks, Cleanth, R.W.B. Lewis, R.P. Warren and David Milch, eds., American Literature: The Makers and the Making. New York: St. Martin's Press 1973

G. Brotherston, ed., "How Salmon Are Lured Inland." In Image of the New World: The American Continent Portrayed in Native Texts. London: Thames & Hudson 1979

Brown, Alexander, ed., The Genesis of the United States…A Series of Historical Manuscripts Now First Printed. 2 Vols. Including large foldout of “The Velasco Map” of American East Coast c. 1610 (1: 456-7). Virginia Historical Society 1890. Rpt. New York: Russell & Russell 1964

Brown, Judith K., "Economic Organization and the Powers of Women Among the Iroquois." Ethnohistory 17 (Summer-Fall 1970), 151-67

Bruchac, Joseph, and Michael s. Caduto, eds., Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children, Golden CO: Fulcrum 1988

—, eds., Keepers of the Animals: Native American Stories and Wildlife Activities for Children. Golden CO: Fulcrum 1991

—, eds., Native American Gardening: Stories, Projects and Recipes for Families. Golden CO: Fulcrum 1996

Bull, John, John Farrand Jr., and Susan Rayfield, eds., The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region. New York: Knopf 1977

Burke, Charles T., Puritans At Bay: The War Against King Philip and the Squaw Sachems. New York: Exposition Press 1967

Burrage, Henry S., ed., Early English and French Voyages. New York: Scribner's, Original Narratives of Early American History 1906

Burrell, Chris, “Wopanaak Spoken Here.” The Boston Globe. Nov. 5, 2000: E5-E6

Burton, Robert, The Anatomy of Melancholy. [1621] Dell, Floyd and Paul Jordan Smith, eds., New York: Tudor (1927) 1955

Burton, William J. and Richard Lowenthal, “The First of the Mohegans.” In American Ethnologist 1 (4: 1974), 589-599

Bush, David, Mythology and the Renaissance Tradition in English Poetry. New York: W.W. Norton 1963

Bush, Douglas, "Spenser's Treatment of Classical Myth." In Maclean, ed., Edward Spenser's Poetry

Bushnell, David, “The Treatment of the Indians in Plymouth Colony.” The New England Quarterly XXVI (1953), 193-218




Calloway, Colin G., "The Abenakis and the Anglo-French Borderlands." In Benes, ed, New England/New France (1992)

—, The American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1995

—, ed., After King Philip’s War: Presence and Persistence in Indian New England. Hanover: University of New England Press 1997

Camden, William, Remains Concerning Britain. [1605] R.D. Donn, ed., University of Toronto Press 1984

Cameron, Evan, ed., Early Modern Europe. Cambridge: Oxford University Press 1999

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—, "The Permissive Frontier: The Problem of Social Control in English Settlements in Ireland and Virginia." In Andrews, The Westward Enterprise 17-44

Canup, John, Out of the Wilderness: The Emergence of An American Identity in Colonial New England. Middletown CT: Wesleyan University Press 1990

Carlin, Norah, "Ireland and Natural Man in 1649." In Barker, ed., Europe and Its Others

Carlson, Catherine A., "The (In)Significance of Atlantic Salmon in New England." In Benes, ed., New England's Creatures

Carlson, Richard G., ed., Rooted Like the Ash Trees: New England Indians and the Land. Naugatuck, CT: Eagle Wing Press 1987

Carlton, W.N. Chattin, ed., Relation of the Pequot Warres (1660) by Lion Gardener. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Electronic Texts in American Studies, (2007)

Carpenter, Dolores Bird, ed., Early Encounters: Native Americans and Europeans in Now England. From the Papers of Warren Sears Nickerson. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press 1994

Carroll, Joseph, Evolution and Literary Theory. Columbia: University of Missouri Press 1995

Carson, Dale, Native New England Cooking. Madison CT: Sachem Press 1986

Cassirer, Ernst, P.O. Kristeller and J.H. Randall, Jr., eds., The Renaissance Philosophy of Man. Chicago University Press 1948

Castiglione, Baldasar, The Book of the Courtier. 1528. George Bull, trans. New York: Penguin 1967

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Caulkins, Frances Manwaring, History of New London, Connecticut. From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612 to 1852. Hartford CT: Press of Case, Tiffany & Co. 1852

Cave, Alfred A., The Pequot War. Amherst University of Massachusetts Press 1996

Cave, Terence, The Cornucopian Text: Problems of Writing in the French Renaissance. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1979

—, "'The Triumph of Bacchus' and Its Interpretation in the French Renaissance." In Levi, ed., Humanism in France 249-265

Caven, Brian, The Punic Wars. New York: Barnes & Noble 1980

Ceci, Lynn, "Native Wampum as a Peripheral Resource in the 17th Century World System." In Hauptmann Pequots 48-63 (1990)

—, "Squanto and the Pilgrims: On Planting Corn 'in the Manner of the Indians.’" In Clifton, ed., The Invented Indian 71-90 (1994)

Cesaire, Aime, Discourse on Colonialism. Trans. John Pinkham [1955]. Rpt. New York: Monthly Review Press 1972

Chamberlain, Barbara Blau, These Fragile Outposts: A Geological Look at Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Garden City NY: American Museum of Natural History Press 1964

Chambers, Mortimer, Raymond Grew, David Herlihy, Theodore K. Rabb and Isser Woloch, eds., The Western Experience to 1715. New York: Knopf 1974

Champlain, Samuel D., Voyages of Samuel de Champlain 1604-1618. W.L.Grant, ed. New York: Scribner's 1907

—, The Works of Samuel de Champlain. 1626. Henry P. Biggar, ed. 6 vols. Toronto: The Champlain Society 1922-1936

Charvat, William, The Origins of American Critical Thought 1810-1835. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 1936

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Clapham, Henoch, An Epistle Discoursing Upon the Present Pestilence. London. T. C[reede] 1603

Clark, Peter, The English Alehouse. London: Longman, 1983.

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Clifton, James, "Alternate Identities and Cultural Frontiers," Editor's Introduction to Being and Becoming Indian: Biographical Studies of North American Frontiers. Chicago: Dorsey Press 1989

—, ed., The Invented Indian: Cultural Fictions and Government Policies. London: Transaction Publishers 1994

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Connors, Donald F., Thomas Morton. New York: Twayne 1969

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Cope, Jackson I., The Theatre and the Dream: From Metaphor to Form in Renaissance Drama. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press 1973

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Cox, Donald D., Common Flowering Plants of the Northeast. Albany: State University of New York Press 1985

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Cushman, Robert, “On the State of the Colony, and the Need of Public Spirit Among the Colonists.” [1622-1623] Rpt. in Young Chronicles 255-268




Dailey, R.C., "The Role of Alcohol among North American Indian Tribes as Reported in The Jesuit Relations." In Marshall, ed., Beliefs 1979

Daly, Robert, God's Altar: The World and the Flesh in Puritan Poetry. Berkeley: University of California Press 1978

Dame, Lorin I. and Henry Brooks, Handbook of the Trees of New England. Boston: Athenaeum Press 1904

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Davidson, Cathy N., Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America. New York: Oxford University Press 1986

Davies, Horton, The Worship of the American Puritans 1629-1730. New York: Peter Lang 1990

Davies, Stevie, ed., Renaissance Views of Man. Manchester University Press 1979

Davis, Mary Bird, ed., Old Growth in the East. Richmond, VT: Wild Earth Publications. 2ndedition 1999

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Davis, William A., "Digging It In Massachusetts." The Boston Globe June 6, 1992

Day, Gordon M., "Western Abenaki" in H15 148-159

—, "The Indians As Ecological Factor in the Northeast Forest." In Ecology 34 (2): 329-46

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DeCosta, B.F., "Morton of Merrymount." Magazine of American History Vol. VIII #2, February 1882, 81-94

—, "Morton's New English Canaan." New England Historical and Genealogical Register 48 (1894)

Deetz, James and Patricia Scott Deetz, “Rocking the Plymouth Myth.” Archaeology Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 2000, 16-18

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de Molina, Don Diego, "Letter of Don Diego de Molina." [1613] In Tyler, ed., Narratives of Early Virginia. New York: Scribner's 1907

Dempsey, Jack, Thomas Morton and the Maypole of Merrymount : Disorder in the American Wilderness 1622-1647. 2-hr. video-documentary (1992) distributed by the producer.

—, Jack, Nani: A Native New England Story. 1-hr. video-documentary (1998) distributed by V-Tape, Toronto, Canada; and by Shenandoah Films, Arcata CA

—, ed., New English Canaan by Thomas Morton of “Merrymount”: Text and Notes. Scituate MA: Digital Scanning Inc. 2000

—, Thomas Morton of ‘Merrymount’: The Life & Renaissance of an Early American Poet. Scituate MA: Digital Scanning Inc. 2000

—, “Reading the Revels: The Riddle of May Day in New English Canaan.” In American Literature Vol. 34 #3 (1999) 283-312

—, ed., Good News from New England and Other Writings on the Killings at Weymouth Colony. Scituate MA: Digital Scanning Inc. 2001

— and David R. Wagner, Mystic Fiasco: How the Indians Won The Pequot War. Scituate MA: Digital Scanning Inc. 2004

Densmore, Frances. How Indians Use Wild Plants for Food, Medicine, and Crafts. New York: Dover 1974

DeVries, David Peterson, Kinie Historiael ende journaels aentoyckeninge. [1610-1633] 1655 Rpt. in Myers, ed., Narratives of Early Pennsylvania

—, Voyages from Holland to America, A.D. 1632 to 1644. Henry C. Murphy, trans./ed. New York: Billine & Brothers 1853

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Donald, Leland, "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Was the Indian Really Egalitarian?" in Clifton, ed., The Invented Indian 145-168 (1994)

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Dowling, Maria, Humanism in the Age of Henry VIII. London: Croom Helm 1986

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