On Famous Women

References

Primary sources

  • Boccaccio, Poeet ende Philosophe, bescrivende van den doorluchtighen, glorioesten ende edelsten vrouwen (Antwerp, 1525)
  • Boccaccio, Tractado de John Bocacio, de las claras, excellentes y mas famosas y senaladas damas (Zaragoza, 1494)
  • Boccaccio, De la louenge et vertu des nobles et cleres dames (Paris, 1493)
  • Boccaccio, De preclaris mulieribus (Strassburg, 1475)
  • Boccaccio, De preclaris mulieribus (Louvain, 1487)
  • Boccaccio, De mulieribus claris (Bern, 1539)
  • Boccaccio, De mulieribus claris (Ulm, 1473)
  • Boccaccio, French translation (Paris, 1405)

Secondary sources

  • Schleich, G. ed., Die mittelenglisch Umdichtung von Boccaccio De claris mulieribus, nebst der latinischen Vorlage, Palaestra (Leipzig, 1924)
  • Wright, H.G., ed., Translated from Boccaccio's De Claris Mulieribus, Early English Text Society, Original series w/Latin (London, 1943)
  • Guarino, G. A., Boccaccio, Concerning Famous Women (New Brunswick, N.J., 1963)
  • Zaccaria, V., ed., De mulieribus claris with Italian translation (Milan, 1967 and 1970)
  • Branca, V., ed., Tutte le opere di Giovani Boccaccio, volume 10 (1967) Questia
  • Zaccaria, V., ed., De mulieribus claris, Studi sul Boccaccio (Milan, 1963)
  • Kolsky, S. , Ghost of Boccaccio: Writings on Famous Women, (2005)
  • Franklin, M., Boccaccio's Heroines: Power and Virtue in Renaissance Society (2006)

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