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  • Dante: Selections From the Vita Nuova
  • Dante Studies: Dante in Love: The Vita Nuova
  • Petrarch, Dante and the Troubadours: The Religion of Love and Poetry
  • Elizabethan Sonnet Cycles
  • Michael Drayton: Idea
  • Sir Philip Sidney: Astrophel and Stella
  • Henry Constable: Diana
  • Samuel Daniel: Delia
  • Sir Thomas Wyatt: Poems
  • Robert Herrick: Selected Poems
  • Edmund Spenser: Poems
  • Edmund Spenser: Amoretti
  • William Shakespeare: Selected Sonnets & Verse
  • William Shakespeare: The Sonnets
  • William Shakespeare: Complete Poems
  • Shakespeare: Love, Poetry and Magic in Shakespeare's Sonnets and Plays
  • Feminism and Shakespeare
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Elizabethan Love Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Love Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Nature Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Mystical Poetry in English
  • Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Painting
  • Sex in Art: Pornography and Pleasure in Painting and Sculpture
  • Sacred Gardens: The Garden in Myth, Religion & Art

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    Dante Studies: Dante in Love

    The Vita Nuova


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    by Joanna Finn-Kelcey

    Dante Alighieri 's early work, the Vita Nuova or 'New Life' was one of the most influential books in the history of love poetry. Finn-Kelcey discusses the links between Dante and his contemporaries, the stilnovisti; Dante and the troubadours; Dante and the courtly love tradition; the discourses of self, identity, autobiography, eroticism and gender in the Vita Nuova; and Dante's sexual politics

    Joanna Finn-Kelcey has taught European languages at the University of Cambridge and Ohio State University. Her books include Mediaeval Representations (1991) and Dante Studies: Dante in Love, on the Vita Nuova (forthcoming).
     
     

    European Writers Series  Bibliography, notes  160ppp  ISBN 1-86171-010-0  £14.99 / $23.50  forthcoming
     



     

    Dante

    Selections From the Vita Nuova (new edition)


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    translated by Thomas Okey

    edited and introduced by Joanna Finn-Kelcey

    Poems and prose from Dante Alighieri's New Life, his 'Book of Memory', recording his religious devotion to his believed Beatrice, translated by Thomas Okey, with the original Italian text on the facing page. Okey's tender, lyrical versions of Dante's great book of romantic love date from the early years of the 20th century. Finn-Kelcey's introduction explores the intricate emotional psychology of the Dante-poet, and his unsurpassed talent for making poetry out of love, loss and memory.

    Joanna Finn-Kelcey has taught European languages at the University of Cambridge and Ohio State University. Her books include Mediaeval Representations (1991) and Dante Studies: Dante in Love, on the Vita Nuova (Crescent Moon, 1997).
     
     

    European Writers Series  Bibliography and notes  96pp  ISBN 1861711522  £10.00 / $16.00
     


    Petrarch, Dante and the Troubadours

    The Religion of Love and Poetry


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    by Cassidy Hughes

    These two Renaissance writers tower over European culture. Here the love poetry of Francesco Petrarch (his Canzoniere) and Dante Alighieri (the Vita Nuova and Divine Comedy) is analyzed. Hughes places Dante and Petrarch in the courtly love tradition of the troubadours, Minnesangers, minstrels and stilnovisti, the creators of the great flowering of erotic poetry in the late Middle Ages.

    Cassidy Hughes is a writer and photographer. His previous books include Images of India (1982), Petrarch, Dante and the Troubadours (1992) and Sex in Art (1993). His photographs have been exhibited in London, Rome, Hong Kong and New York (among others). He lives near St Just in West Penwith, Cornwall.
     
     

    European Writers Series Bibliography and notes  122pp  ISBN 1-871846-71-4   £14.99 / $23.50
     


    Elizabethan Sonnet Cycles

    Five Major Elizabethan Sonnet Sequences
    by
    Samuel Daniel, Michael Drayton, Sir Philip Sidney, William Shakespeare and Edmund Spenser

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    Edited by Mark Tuley

    This book brings together five of the greatest sonnet cycles in the English language: Sir Philip Sidney's Astrophel and Stella, Samuel Daniel's Delia,  Michael Drayton's Idea, Edmund Spenser's Amoretti,  William Shakespeare's The Sonnets.
    Each sonnet cycle is love poetry, and some of the finest verse in the English language.

    This edition prints each poem cycle on its own, without notes or editorial intrusions. And each poem has a page to itself. It's a useful edition for students.
     
     

    536pp   ISBN 9781861712745   £16.99 / $24.99
     


    Michael Drayton

    Idea

    Elizabethan Sonnet Cycle


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    edited by Mark Tuley

    Michael Drayton’s ‘Idea’ is one of the major Elizabethan sonnet sequences, reprinted here in an attractive new edition.

    ‘Idea’ is a sonnet cycle of love poetry, and some of the finest verse in the English language.
    The book includes a note on Michael Drayton, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading. Each poem has a page to itself. It's a useful edition for students.
    Michael Drayton was born in 1563 in Warwickshire. He worked as a page (for Sir Henry Goodyere, an early patron, and later for Lucy, Countess of Bedford), and esquire (for Sir Walter Aston). As well as poems he wrote plays (1597-1602). He died in 1631 and is buried in Westminster Abbey.
     

    Illustrated. Bibliography and note.   92 pages.

    Pbk  ISBN 9781861711137.    £7.99 / $11.99
     
     



     
     

    Sir Philip Sidney

    Astrophel and Stella

    Elizabethan Sonnet Cycle


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    edited by Mark Tuley

    Sir Philip Sidney’s ‘Astrophel and Stella’ is one of the major Elizabethan sonnet sequences, reprinted here in an attractive new edition.

    ‘Astrophel and Stella’ is a sonnet cycle of love poetry, and some of the finest verse in the English language.
    The book includes a note on Sir Philip Sidney, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading. Each poem has a page to itself. It's a useful edition for students.
    Sir Philip Sidney is one of the most well-known of Elizabethan sonneteers, and a key poet in contributing towards the fashionable success of the genre. Born in 1554 in Penshurst in Kent, Sidney was educated in Oxford (Christ Church) and Shrewsbury. Sidney was an ambassador (to the German Emperor in 1577), and involved in European politics (his European tour was 1572-1575). He was knighted in 1583, and was governor of Flushing in 1585. He died aged 31 in 1586, following wounds sustained in the Battle of Zutphen.
    Sir Philip Sidney’s works include ‘Arcadia’ (1577/ 86), ‘Defence of Poetry’, translations of psalms and du Bartas, sonnets for Penelope Rich (c. 1581), and ‘Astrophel and Stella’.
     

    Illustrated. Bibliography and note.  160 pages.

    Pbk   ISBN 9781861711762.   £7.99 / $11.99
     
     



     
     

    Henry Constable

    Diana

    Elizabethan Sonnet Cycle


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    edited by Mark Tuley

    Henry Constable’s ‘Diana’ is one of the major Elizabethan sonnet sequences, reprinted here in an attractive new edition.

    ‘Diana’ is a sonnet cycle of love poetry, and some of the finest verse in the English language.
    The book includes a note on Henry Constable, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading. Each poem has a page to itself. It's a useful edition for students.
    Henry Constable was born in 1562; he studied at Cambridge (1580); converted to Catholicism around 1590; he worked as a spy in Europe, returning to England in 1603. He died in Liège in 1613 after being arrested in 1604 (after which he lived in poverty), and banished in 1610.
     

    Illustrated. Bibliography and note. . 108 pages.

    Pbk   ISBN 9781861711083   £7.99 / $11.99
     



     

    Samuel Daniel

    Delia

    Elizabethan Sonnet Cycle


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    edited by Mark Tuley

    Samuel Daniel’s ‘Delia’ is one of the major Elizabethan sonnet sequences, reprinted here in an attractive new edition.

    ‘Delia’ is a sonnet cycle of love poetry, and some of the finest verse in the English language.
    The book includes a note on Samuel Daniel, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading. Each poem has a page to itself. It's a useful edition for students.
    Samuel Daniel was born in 1562 in Taunton, Somerset. He was educated at Oxford (Magdalen Hall); he worked as a tutor (to William Herbert), and a court official. His patrons included Fulke Greville and the Earl of Devonshire. He wrote plays as well as poetry (his 1605 ‘Philotas’ tragedy was deemed anti-royal, and sympathetic to the Earl of Essex’s rebellion). He died in 1619.
     

    Illustrated. Bibliography and note.   96 pages.

    Pbk   IISBN 9781861712912.   £7.99 / $11.99
     



     
     

    Sir Thomas Wyatt

    Poems


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    selected and introduced by Louise Cooper

    This is a collection of Wyatt's Petrarchan sonnets, songs, ballads, epigrams and rondeaux. The poems, in meticulously wrought stanzas, are mainly about love: love lost, won, and desired. Wyatt was the first of the great English Renaissance love poets. Wyatt's poetry is too often neglected, beside towering talents such as Spenser, Shakespeare and Marlowe. Poems attributed to Wyatt are also here.
     
     

    British Poets Series    Bibliography, notes  ISBN 9781861711243   96pp    £10.00 / $16.00

            To read some of Wyatt's poems, click here
     
     



     

     

    Robert Herrick:

    Delight In Disorder: Selected Poems


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    edited and introduced by M.K. Pace

    A selection of the songs, pæans, epithalamions and lyrics of the great Cavalier poet. Herrick's three beloved subjects (love, nature and religion) are eulogized in beautifully-crafted verses.
     
     

    British Poets Series  Bibliography, notes    ISBN 186171145X   104pp     £7.99/ $11.99

           To read some of Herrick's poems, click here
     



     
     

    Edmund Spenser

    Heavenly Love: Selected Poems


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    selected and introduced by Teresa Page

    Opulent Elizabethan verse, including many of Spenser's love poems (the Amoretti), the celebratory Epithalamion, extracts from Astrophel and The Shepheardes Calendar, and of course, The Faerie Queene.
     
     
     

    British Poets Series  Bibliography, notes    ISBN 1861711425   104pp    £7.99/ $11.99
     


    Edmund Spenser

    Amoretti


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    Edited by Teresa Page

    The Amoretti by Edmund Spenser (c. 1552-99), published in 1595, is one of the great Elizabethan cycles of love poetry. The Amoretti cycle of poems is printed here in full, with each sonnet on its own on a page.
    This is beautiful poetry, poems of love, full of Edmund Spenser's delicate and intricate way with words. The Amoretti are packed of vivid imagery, of the natural world, of the seasons, of suns and moons, of days and nights - this is love poetry at its most refined and intelligent.
     
     

    British Poets Series   Bibliography, notes, illustrations    128pp

    PAPERBACK   ISBN 1861711530        £7.99 | $11.99

    HARDBACK   ISBN 1861713544       £19.99 | $29.99
     
     

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    William Shakespeare

    Selected Sonnets & Verse


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    edited, with an introduction by Mark Tuley

    The very best of the Sonnets, and the richest moments from the plays (King Lear, Macbeth, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, etc). Familiar anthology pieces are counterbalanced with lesser known passages from the plays.
     
     

    British Poets Series  Bibliography, notes  64pp  ISBN 1-898283-10-9    £5.99 / $9.50
     


    William Shakespeare

    The Sonnets


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    edited and introduced by Mark Tuley
     

    The Sonnets represent the highpoint of love poetry in English: they continue to astonish and delight with the abundance of their word play and the intensity of the erotic feelings they depict. This book prints all of Shakespeare's 154 sonnets and provides a commentary on this narrative of rivalry in love.
     
     

    British Poets Series   Bibliography, notes   204pp   ISBN 9781861710437   £7.99/ $11.99
     

           To read some of Shakespeare's poems, click here
     


    William Shakespeare

    Complete Poems


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    edited by Mark Tuley
     

    This book includes all of William Shakespeare's poetry, including the Sonnets, Venus and Adonies, The Rape of Lucrece and The Passionate Pilgrim.
    Each poem is printed on its own on the page, without footnotes and annotations.
    Includes a bibliography of references.
     
     

    British Poets Series  Bibliography, notes  344pp   ISBN 1861711948    £9.99 / $15.99
     



     

    Shakespeare

    Love, Poetry and Magic in Shakespeare's Sonnets and Plays


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    by B.D. Barnacle

    A refreshing look at the cultural phenomenon that is 'Shakespeare', focussing on the discourses of sexuality, theatre, culture, tragedy, magic, politics and feminism. The Sonnets create much controversy, but Barnacle studies them as poetry first, and uses the Sonnets as a key to all of Shakespeare's texts. The book concludes with an in-depth survey of feminist literary criticism, and how it applies to the central icon of Western literature.

    B.D. Barnacle taught English in Paris until 1980. He now teaches in Oxford. His books include John Donne (1978), The Victorian Novel: Bronte, Dickens, Eliot, Hardy (1984), Shakespeare (Crescent Moon, 1992) and Rilke (Crescent Moon, 1993).
     
     

    Bibliography, notes  145pp  ISBN 1-871846-81-1   £14.99 / $23.50
     



     

    Feminism and Shakespeare


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    by B.D. Barnacle

    A survey of contemporary feminism, and its relation to literature's 'god'. The author employs up-to-date research in gay, lesbian and feminist approaches to the Renaissance world and literary texts.
     
     

    With extended notes 30pp  ISBN 1-898283-01-X  £3.99 / $6.00
     



     

     

    The Crescent Moon Book of Elizabethan Love Poetry


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    edited and introduced by Carol Appleby

    The poets in this book include: Sir Walter Raleigh, Edmund Spenser, Sir Philip Sidney, Nicholas Breton, William Percy, Giles  George, Samuel Daniel, Henry Constable, Michael Drayton, Christopher Marlowe, William Shakespeare, Thomas Campion, John Donne, Ben Jonson and Queen Elizabeth the First herself.
    There are extracts from Elizabethan sonnet cycles by William Shakespeare (the Sonnets), Michael Drayton (Idea), Samuel Daniel (Delia), Henry Constable (Diana), Edmund Spenser (Amoretti), and Sir Philip  (Astrophel and Stella).
    The full sonnet sequences are included in a companion volume, Elizabethan Sonnet Cycles.
     
     

    British Poets Series    Bibliography, notes    128pp   ISBN 1861711352     £7.99/ $11.99
     


    The Crescent Moon Book of Love Poetry


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    edited by Louise Cooper

    The great love poets collected here include Emily Brontë, Thomas, Hardy, Christina Rossetti, Robert Herrick, Ben Jonson, John Skelton, Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Campion, Sir Philip Sidney, William Shakespeare, Aphra Behn, John Donne, Edmund Spenser, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Anne Bradsheet, John Clare, Emily Dickinson and Queen Elizabeth I.
    There are many famous love poems included here, as well as some lesser-known pieces. The selection ranges from anonymous mediaeval poems to the poets of the modern era such as D.H. Lawrence and Amy Lowell.
     
     

    Bibliography, notes   112pp   ISBN 1861711336     £7.99/ $11.99
     
     

    Fair is my Love, and cruel as she’s fair
     Her brow shades frowns, although her eyes are sunny;
    Her smiles are lightning, though her pride despair;
     And her disdains are gall, her favours honey.
    A modest maid, decked with a blush of honour,
     Whose feet to tread green paths of youth and love,
    The wonder of all eyes that look upon her,
     Sacred on earth, designed a saint above!
    Chastity and Beauty, which were deadly foes,
     Live reconciled friends within her brow;
    And had the Pity to conjoin with those,
     Then who had heard the plaints I utter now?
      For had she not been fair, and thus unkind,
      My Muse had slept, and none had known my mind.

    (Samuel Daniel, from Sonnets to Delia)
     

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    The Crescent Moon Book of Nature Poetry

    From Langland to Lawrence


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    edited by Margaret Elvy

    An anthology of great nature poems, including the Elizabethan pastorals of Spenser, Shakespeare, Raleigh and Drayton, and classics of nature mysticism by Chaucer, Langland, Thomson, Blake and Wordsworth, among others. Famous anthology pieces nestle amongst lesser known poems, including some neglected women poets, and American poets such as Lowell and Dickinson.

    Margaret Elvy is assistant professor, Dept of English, at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. She has written books on George Eliot, Margaret Atwood and Toni Morrison. She has three books on Thomas Hardy from Crescent Moon (Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure, Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Sexing Hardy: Thomas Hardy and Feminism).
     

    Bibliography, notes    112pp    ISBN 1861711328     £7.99/ $11.99
     
     
     

    Now welcome, somer, with thy sunne softe,
    That hast thes wintres wedres overshake
    And driven away the longe nightes blake!

    Saint Valentin, that art ful hy o-lofte,
    Thus singen amale fowles for thy sake:
     ‘now welcome, somer, with thy sunne softe,
     that hast thes wintres wedres overshake!’

    Wel han they cause for to gladden ofte,
    Sith ech of hem recovered hath his make;
    Ful blissful mowe they singe when they wake:
     ‘Now welcome, somer, with thy sunne softe,
     That hast thes wintres wedres overshake
     And driven away the longe nightes blake!’

    (Geoffrey Chaucer)
     

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    The Crescent Moon Book of Mystical Poetry in English


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    edited by Carol Appleby

    The mystical poets featured here include William Blake, Walt Whitman, William Wordsworth, John Keats, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Richard Crashaw, Percy Shelley, Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Herbert, Longfellow, Gerald Hopkins, Thomas Traherne, William Shakespeare, Richard Rolle, Julian of Norwich, D.H. Lawrence and anonymous mediaeval works,  such as The Cloud of Unknowing.
    The mystical poetry in English in this book takes in pantheism in nature poetry (in the work of Wordsworth, Whitman, Coleridge and Keats), as well the more orthodox Christian poetry (in the poesie of Donne, and Traherne). Although most of the writers here are British, some American writers are included: Longfellow, Dickinson and Whitman.
     
     

    British Poets Series   Bibliography, notes   96pp   ISBN 1861711344    £7.99/ $11.99
     

    Behind me- dips Eternity -
    Before Me - Immortality -
    Myself - the Term between -
    Death but the Drift of Eastern Gray,
    Dissolving into Dawn away,
    Before the West begin -

    ’Tis kingdoms - afterward - they say -
    In perfect - pauseless Monarchy -
    Whose Prince - is Son of None -
    Himself - His Dateless Dynasty -
    Himself - Himself diversify -
    In Duplicate divine -

    ’Tis Miracle before Me - then -
    ’Tis Miracle behind - between -
    A Crescent in the Sea -
    With Midnight to the North of Her -
    And Midnight to the South of Her -
    And Maelstrom - in the Sky -

    (Emily Dickinson, 'Behind Me - dips Eternity')
     




     
     

    Poetic Forms

    A Handbook of Stanza-forms from the History of Poetry


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    by Jeremy Mark Robinson

    A guide to traditional forms of verse, such as the sonnet, ode, elegy and quatrain, as well as some lesser known poetic forms used in mediæval and Renaissance Europe, as found in Petrarch, Scève, Tasso, Dante and the troubadours (eg the canso and dizain).

    Jeremy Robinson's books include Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Art (1990), Rimbaud (1992), Lawrence Durrell (1995) and Detonation Britain: Nuclear War in the UK (1997). He edits two magazines, Passion and Pagan America (a journal of American poetry).
     
     

    Bibliography  30pp  ISBN 1-871846-75-7  £3.99/ $6.00
     
     

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  • Dante: Selections From the Vita Nuova
  • Dante Studies: Dante in Love: The Vita Nuova
  • Petrarch, Dante and the Troubadours: The Religion of Love and Poetry
  • Sir Thomas Wyatt: Poems
  • Robert Herrick: Selected Poems
  • Edmund Spenser: Poems
  • Edmund Spenser: Amoretti
  • William Shakespeare: Selected Sonnets & Verse
  • William Shakespeare: The Sonnets
  • Shakespeare: Love, Poetry and Magic in Shakespeare's Sonnets and Plays
  • Feminism and Shakespeare
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Elizabethan Love Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Love Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Nature Poetry
  • The Crescent Moon Book of Mystical Poetry in English
  • Glorification: Religious Abstraction in Renaissance and 20th Century Painting
  • Sex in Art: Pornography and Pleasure in Painting and Sculpture
  • Sacred Gardens: The Garden in Myth, Religion & Art

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