Scarlatta Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Betussi, Giuseppe. Libro delle donne illustri tradotto per Messer Giuseppe Betussi con una additione fatta dal medesimo. Venice, 1545.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Famous Women, edited and translated by Virginia Brown. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.

Brantôme. Recueil des Dames, poésies, et tombeaux, edited by Etienne Vaucheret. Paris: Gallimard, 1991.

Navarre, Marguerite de. The Heptameron, edited and translated by P.A. Chilton. London: Penguin, 1984.

Pizan, Christine de. The Book of the City of Ladies. London: Penguin Books, 1999.


Secondary Sources

Belligni, Eleonora. Renata di Francia Un’eresia di corte. Turin: UTET, 2011.

Camuto, Vincenzo. “Una galleria di donne illustri: il De mulieribus claris da Giovanni Boccaccio a Giuseppe Betussi.” Cahiers d’études italiennes 8 (2008): 131–147.

Collina, Beatrice. “L’esemplarità delle donne illustri fra Umanesimo e Controriforma.” In Donna, Disciplina, creanza cristiana, edited by Gabriella Zarri, 103–119. Rome: Edizioni di storia e letteratura, 1996.

Cooper, Richard. “Marguerite de Navarre et la réforme italienne.” In Marguerite de Navarre 1492-1992, Actes du Colloque de Pau, edited by Nicole Cazauran and James Dauphiné. 159–188. Mont-de-Marsan: Éditions InterUniversitaires, 1995.

Cottrell, Robert D. Brantôme: The Writer as Portraitist of his Age. Geneva: Droz, 1970.

Cox, Virginia. Women’s Writing in Italy, 1400-1650. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.

Ferguson, Gary and Mary McKinley, eds. A Companion to Marguerite de Navarre. Leiden: Brill, 2013.

Heckel, Waldemar. “King’s Daughters, Sisters and Wives: Fonts and Conduits of Power and Legitimacy.” In Royal Women and Dynastic Loyalty, edited by Carolyn Dunn and Elizabeth Carney, 19–30. New York: Palgrave, 2018.

Jordan, Constance. Renaissance Feminism. Literary Texts and Political Models. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990.

La Charité, Claude. “La Construction du public lecteur dans le Recueil des dames de Brantôme et les dédicataires, Marguerite de Valois et François d’Alençon.” Études françaises 473 (2011): 109–126.

LaGuardia, David P. Intertextual Masculinity in French Renaissance Literature: Rabelais, Brantôme, and the Cent nouvelles Nouvelles. New York: Routledge, 2008.

Lazard, Madeleine. Pierre de Bourdeille, seigneur de Brantôme. New York: Stechert, 1945.

McLeod, Glenda. Virtue and Venom Catalogs of Women from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1991.

Nadin Bassani, Lucia. Il Poligrafo veneto Giuseppe Betussi. Padova: Editrice Antenore, 1992.

Peebles, Kelly D. “Embodied Devotion: The Dynastic and Religious Loyalty of Renée de France (1510-1575).” In Royal Women and Dynastic Loyalty, edited by Carolyn Dunn and Elizabeth Carney, 123–137. New York: Palgrave, 2018.

Polacheck, Dora. “Brantôme’s Dames illustres: Remembering Marguerite de Navarre.” In Memory and Community in Sixteenth-Century France, edited by David LaGuardia and Cathy Yandell, 137–148. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Robin, Diana. “Woman, Space, and Renaissance Discourse.” In Sex and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Texts: The Latin Tradition, edited by Barbara Gold, Paul Allen Miller, and Charles Platter, 165–187. New York: SUNY Series in Medieval Studies, 1997.

Ross, Sarah Gwyneth. The Birth of Feminism: Woman as Intellect in Renaissance Italy and England. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009.

Stephenson, Barbara. The Power and Patronage of Marguerite de Navarre. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004.

Stevenson, Joseph, ed. The Church Historians of England, The Historical Works of the Venerable Beda. London, 1853.

Vaucheret, Etienne. Brantôme Mémorialiste et conteur. Paris: Champion, 2010.

Vives, Juan Luis. The Education of a Christian Woman A Sixteenth-Century Manual, edited and translated by Charles Fantazzi. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Winn, Colette, ed. and trans. Sin and Salvation in Early Modern France: Three Women’s Stories. Toronto: Iter Press, 2017.

Zonta, Giuseppe. “Note Betussiane.” Giornale storico della letteratura italiana 52 (January 1908): 321–356.