Foreign Influence on Shakespeare's Sonnets

David Klein
The Sewanee Review
Vol. 13, No. 4 (Oct., 1905), pp. 454-474
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Amours, I. 8
  • 2
    Œuvres Francoises du Joachim Du Bellay, ed. Marty-Laveaux, II, pp. 333 ff.
  • 3
    Œuvres de Melin de Sainct-Gelays, ed. Blanchemain, I, p. 196.
  • 4
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Shakespeare, 1. suffering of lover, 61, 145, 139, 147, 153
    • 2. praise of beloved, 43, 53, 59, 67, 68, 69, 82, 83, 84, 99.
    • Plato, Phœdrus, 251.
  • 5
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wyndham, "Poems of Shakespeare," CXXII, note 1.
    • Drayton's, "Idea," 13: "To the Shaddow."
  • 6
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Ronsard, Amours, I, 26, 167
    • Du Bellay, L'Olive, 113
    • Vianey, Les sources italiennes de "L'Olive," 1901, pp. 76, 104
    • Plato's Symposium, 211.
  • 7
    Vita di M. Laura, Sonnet, 108.
  • 8
    Plato, Phœdrus, 255.
  • 9
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ronsard, Amours, I, 178
    • II, 21.
  • 10
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Vaughan, "Hours with the Mystics," pp. 190, 192.
    • St. Bernard, "Sermons on the Song of Songs;" "Sermons" 71, 81, 82, 83.
  • 11
    St. Bernard, "Sermon on the Song of Songs."
  • 12
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Shakespeare, Sonnet 105
    • Sonnet 101.
  • 13
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Petrarch I. 10 and 56, II. 18
    • Plato, "Symposium" 178.
  • 14
    Foscolo, "Essays on Petrarch," p. 261.
  • 15
    Ronsard, Amours. I, 52, translated by Dr. C. H. Page.
  • 16
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Ronsard, Amours I, 100, translated by Dr. C. H. Page
    • Ron- sard, Helene, II, 2
    • Drayton, "Idea," 35
    • Petrarch, II, 86.
  • 17
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Daniel, "Delia," 41
    • Ibid, 39, 40, 50.
  • 18
    Ronsard, Helene, II, 44, translated by Dr. Page under the title, "Helen's Beauty;" Pièces retranchées, 56.
  • 19
    Pièces retranchées, XVII (Blanchmain, I, 397). The translation is Dr. Page's.
  • 20
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Daniel, "Delia," 42; also 45, and 38.
    • Desportes, Cleonice, 62.
    • Cleonice, 63: "He will not burn his verses ... because the same flame would also make the fame of his lady die."
  • 21
    "Amoretti," 75.
  • 22
    Ibid, 69.
  • 23
    Ronsard, Amours, I. 193 (Dr. Page's "Love Recording").
  • 24
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • DuBellay, Amours, II
    • L'Olive, Ode 13.
  • 25
    Daniel, "Delia," 43 and 44.
  • 26
    Drayton, "Idea," 44.
  • 27
    Ronsard, Amours I, 72: translated by Dr. C. H. Page under the title, "Her Immortality."
  • 29
    Drayton, "Idea" 15, 44.
  • 29
    Spenser, "Hymn to Heavenly Beauty."
  • 31
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Barnes' "Parthenophil," Sonnet 77, and Greville's "Cælica," Sonnet 7
    • Du Bellay, Contre les Pétraquistes, II, 336.
  • 32
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Ibid, 52
    • Barnes' "Parthenophil," 20
    • Watson, "Tears of Francie," 19, 20
    • Ronsard, Odes, V, 20.
  • 33
    DuBellay, Amours: Ronsard, Amours, I, 213.