Philip Sidney (1554-1586)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 30-11-1554
Death : 17-10-1586
Note :
Écrivain et diplomate anglais. - Mourut des suites d'une blessure reçue à la bataille de Zutphen
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2138 6465

Activities of Philip Sidney (1554-1586) (88 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Documents about Philip Sidney (1554-1586) (59 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Livres (59)

The Library of the Sidneys of Penshurst Place circa 1665
Erotic suffering in Shakespeare and Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney, cultural icon
European erotic romance
Sir Philip Sidney
Filosofia ed eresia nell'Inghilterra del tardo Cinquecento
Chiastic designs in English literature from Sidney to Shakespeare
Philip Sidney and the poetics of Renaissance cosmopolitanism
The imperfect friend
The Sidneys of Penshurst and the monarchy, 1500-1700
Pseudonymous Shakespeare
Writing after Sidney
Sidney's poetics
Sons and authors in Elizabethan England
Sir Philip Sidney e la dialettica dei linguaggi poetici
Sidney to Milton, 1580-1660
Favorite sons
Elizabethan literature and the law of fraudulent conveyance
A Sidney chronology, 1551-1654
Philip Sidney
Unrequited conquests
The exemplary Sidney and the Elizabethan sonneteer
Proportional form in the sonnets of the Sidney circle
The making of Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney and the circulation of manuscripts, 1558-1640
The sound of virtue
Male pretense
A continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia
Sir Philip Sidney
Young Philip Sidney, 1572-1577
Dazzling images
Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney's achievements
Gender and authorship in the Sydney circle
Philip's phoenix
The "enabling of judgement"
Sidney and Spenser
Dialogues with convention
Elizabeth, her poets and the creation of the courtly manner
The Anglo-Dutch renaissance
Sidney in retrospect
Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney
Essential articles for the study of Sir Philip Sidney
Renaissance minds and their fictions
Sir Philip Sidney and the interpretation of Renaissance culture
Faire bitts : Sir Philip Sidney and Renaissance political theory
William Temple's "Analysis" of Sir Philip Sidney's "Apology for poetry"
The life of the renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)
Trials of desire
The "Inward" language
Sir Philip Sidney and the poetics of protestantism
A concordance to the poems of Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney en France
The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney
Strophe und Struktur in der Lyrik Sir Philip Sidneys
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur Philip Sidney]

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