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PQ1570 .A7 E5 [Info] The Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, Written in French by Raoul Lefèvre, Translated and Printed by William Caxton (About A.D. 1474): The First English Printed Book, Now Faithfully Reproduced with a Critical Introduction, Index and Glassary and Eight Pages in Photographic Facsimile (2 volumes; London: D. Nutt, 1894), by Raoul Lefèvre, ed. by H. Oskar Sommer, trans. by William Caxton
PQ1570 .A7 1503 [Info] The Recuyles or Gaderige to Gyder of ye Hystoryes of Troye (London: Enprynted by W. de Worde, 1503), by Raoul Lefèvre, trans. by William Caxton (page images at
PQ1575 .B6 [Info] The Book of the Duke of True Lovers (London: Chatto and Windus, 1908), by Christine de Pisan, ed. by Alice Kemp-Welch, trans. by Laurence Binyon and Eric Robert Dalrymple Maclagan (multiple formats at
PQ1575.Z5 R5 1911 [Info] Les Idées Féministes de Christine de Pisan (thesis in French; 1911), by Rose Rigaud (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ1581 .T76 E5 1987 [Info] The Three Kings' Sons, Part I, The Text (no subsequent parts exist of this MS text), ed. by Frederick James Furnivall
PQ1590.E5 R6 1916 [Info] Ballads Done Into English From the French of Francois Villon (third edition; Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1916), by François Villon, trans. by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Algernon Charles Swinburne, and John Payne (multiple formats at Google)
PQ1605.B5 A73 [Info] A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice (original spelling; London: Thomas Vautroullier, 1577), by Théodore de Bèze, trans. by Arthur Golding (HTML at
PQ1605.B5 A73 [Info] A Tragedie of Abraham's Sacrifice (modernized spelling, based on 1577 edition), by Théodore de Bèze, trans. by Arthur Golding (HTML at
PQ1625 .G5 S3 [Info] La Fille d'Alliance de Montaigne, Marie de Gournay: Essai Suivi de "L'Égalité des Hommes et des Femmes" et du "Grief des Dames", Avec des Variantes, des Notes, des Appendices et un Portrait (in French; Paris: H. Champion, 1910), by Mario Schiff and Marie Le Jars de Gournay (multiple formats at
PQ1631 .H3 E5 [Info] The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre, by Queen Marguerite, trans. by Walter K. Kelly (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PQ1642 .E5 C8 [Info] Essays (21-essay collection), by Michel de Montaigne, trans. by Charles Cotton (text at English Server; 1 MB)
PQ1642 .E5 C8 [Info] The Essays of Michel de Montaigne (107 essays organized in three books), by Michel de Montaigne, ed. by William Carew Hazlitt, trans. by Charles Cotton
PQ1642 .E5 C8 [Info] Montaigne's Essays (107 essays organized in three books), by Michel de Montaigne, trans. by John Florio (HTML at Renascence Editions)
PQ1642 .E5 C8 1870 [Info] The Essays of Michael, Seigneur de Montaigne; With Notes and Quotations, and Account of the Author's Life (with 86 essays from the third edition of 1700; London: A. Murray and Son, 1870), by Michel de Montaigne, ed. by Alex Murray, trans. by Charles Cotton (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ1643 .R395 1996 [Info] Montaigne's Unruly Brood: Textual Engendering and the Challenge to Paternal Authority (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), by Richard L. Regosin (HTML at UC Press)
PQ1685 .E5 U7 [Info] Five Books of the Lives, Heroic Deeds and Sayings of Gargantua and His Son Pantagruel, by François Rabelais, trans. by Thomas Urquhart and Peter Anthony Motteux, illust. by Gustave Doré
PQ1694 .K56 1990 [Info] Rabelais's Carnival: Text, Context, Metatext (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990), by Samuel C. Kinser (HTML at UC Press)
PQ1694 .T54 [Info] Villon et Rabelais: Notes et Commentaires (in French; Paris: Fischbacher, 1911), by Louis Thuasne
PQ1711 .A85 A613 [Info] The Fairy Tales of Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy (from an 1892 compilation, with additional d'Aulnoy tales from Lang collections), by Madame d'Aulnoy, ed. by Heidi Anne Heiner, trans. by Anne Macdonell and Miss Lee, contrib. by Anne Thackeray Ritchie (HTML with commentary at
PQ1711.A92 C767E 1795 [Info] The Fairiest, or, Surprising and Entertaining Adventures of the Aerial Beings (translated or adapted stories from d'Aulnoy's tales; London: Printed for W. Lane, 1795), contrib. by Madame d'Aulnoy (multiple formats at
PQ1721 .A7 P6 1818 [Info] Arte Poetica (in Portuguese; Lisbon: Na Typografia Rollandiana, 1818), by Nicolas Boileau Despréaux, trans. by Luís de Meneses Ericeira (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ1721 .A7 P6 1818 [Info] L'Art Poétique (student edition, in French with English notes; Cambridge: At the University Press, 1898), by Nicolas Boileau Despréaux, ed. by David Nichol Smith (multiple formats at
PQ1759 .A2 [Info] Polyeucte, by Pierre Corneille, trans. by Thomas Constable
PQ1779 .S46 1986 [Info] Corneille, Tasso, and Modern Poetics (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1986), by A. Donald Sellstrom (PDF from Ohio State University Press)
PQ1793 .A2 [Info] Selenarkia, or, The Government of the World in the Moon: A Comical History (London: Printed by J. Cottrel, 1659), by Cyrano de Bergerac, trans. by Thomas St. Serfe

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