The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia

Notes

  1. ^ G. A. Wilkes, "'Left ... to Play the Ill Poet in My Own Part': The Literary Relationship of Sidney and Fulke Greville," The Review of English Studies 57 (2006), no. 230, pp. 291-309.
  2. ^ Bullough, Vol. 7, pp. 284-6, 398-9.
  3. ^ Bullough, Vol. 7, pp. 47-8.
  4. ^ Bullough, Vol. 8, pp. 125-6.
  5. ^ Edmund Gosse in the EB1911 writes, "This severe censure of Euphuism may serve to remind us that hasty critics have committed an error in supposing the Arcadia of Sidney to be composed in the fashionable jargon. That was certainly not the intention of the author, and in fact the publication of the Arcadia, eleven years after that of Euphues, marks the beginning of the downfall of the popularity of the latter."[1]
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