Pierre de Ronsard - Criticism

Criticism

  • Sainte-Beuve, articles in the Causeries du lundi.
  • F. L. Lucas, "The Prince of Court-Poets", an essay on Ronsard in Studies French and English (London, 1934), pp.76-114 ; revised edition 1950; reprinted in The Cassell Miscellany (London, 1958).

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