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Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester$

Paul Hammond

Print publication date: 2002

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Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester
Oxford University Press

Where more than one edition of a work is listed, quotations are taken from the edition marked with an asterisk.

Only those manuscripts which I cite at first hand are listed here, not those which are cited from printed sources.

Badminton House, Awn

  • MS FmE 3/12

    Restoration poetry

Beinecke Library, Yale University

  • MS Osborn b. 111

    Jacobite poetry

Bodleian Library, Oxford

  • MS Don. b. 8

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Don. c. 24

    Poems of Nicholas Oldisworth

  • MS Eng. misc. e. 536

    Poems of the Earl of Rochester

  • MS Eng. poet. c. 51

    Poems on the reign of William HI

  • MS Eng. poet. d. 49

    Poems of Andrew Marvel

  • MS Eng. poet. e. 4

    Poems of the Earl of Rochester

  • MS Firth c. 15

    Restoration political poetry

  • MS Malone 23

    Poems on James I

  • MS Rawl. D. 361

    Restoration political poetry

  • MS Rawl. poet. 94

    Poems of John Chatwin

  • MS Rawl. poet. 159

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Rawl. poet, 169

    Restoration political poetry

  • MS Rawl. poet 173

    Poems of the Earl of Rochester

British Library, London

  • MS Add. 22603

    Poems on the reign of James I

  • MS Add. 22910

    Letters of Sir Thomas Baines and Sir John Covell

  • MS Add. 23215

    Letters of Sir John Finch and Lord Conway

  • MS Add. 23229

    Poems on the reign of James I

  • (p.260) MS Add. 29497

    Poems on the reign of William III

  • MS Add. 29921

    Poems of Sir Thomas Baines

  • MS Add. 73540

    Poems of the Earl of Rochester

  • MS Egerton 923

    Poems on the reign of James I

  • MS Harley 6913

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Harley 7315

    Poems on the reigns of James I and William III

  • MS Harley 7317

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Harley 7319

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Lansdowne 852

    Poems on the reign of William III

  • MS Sloane 826

    Poems on the reign of James I

  • MS Sloane 2717

    Restoration political poetry

  • MS Sloane 3322

    Allusion to Finch and Baines

Brotherton Collection, Leeds University Library

  • MS Lt 55

    Restoration poetry

  • MS Lt q 38

    Restoration poetry

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC

  • MS V. a. 170

    Poems of Nicholas Oldisworth

Nottingham University Library

  • MS Portland PwV 40

    Restoration poetry

Private Collection

  • MS Tyrrell-Fisher

    Poems of the Earl of Rochester

Royal Society, London

  • MS 32

    Poem on Andrew Marvell

Classical texts are cited from the editions in the Loeb Library, unless otherwise stated.

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