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Shakespeare’s Narrative Sources: Italian Novellas and Their European Dissemination

MAIN NARRATIVE SOURCES:

Ariosto (Ludovico)

Bandello (Matteo)

Belleforest (François de)

Beverley (Peter)

Boaistuau (Pierre)

Boccaccio (Giovanni)

Brooke (Arthur)

Chappuy (Gabriel)

Da Porto (Luigi)

Elyot (Thomas)

Fenton (Geoffrey)

Fiorentino (Giovanni)

Harington (John)

Le Maçon (Antoine)

Painter (William)

Spenser (Edmund)

Straparola (Giovanni Francesco)

Tarlton (Richard)

Tasso (Torquato)

Whetstone (George)

ITALIAN ANALOGUES:

Accolti (Bernardo)

Giraldi (Cinzio Giovan Battista)

Clizia (Gherardo Boldieri)

Groto (Luigi)

Guardati (Tommaso-Masuccio Salernitano)

Pasqualigo (Luigi)

Scala (Flaminio)

NON-ITALIAN ANALOGUES:

Augustine

De Rueda (Lope)

Garter (Bernard – Ber Gar)

Gower (John)

Leveson (John)

Lupton (Thomas)

Munday (Anthony)

Ovid

Riche (Barnaby)

White (Roland)

Sidney (Philip)

Silvayn (Alexander)

OTHER SOURCES:

Anon. Frederyk of Jennen

Anon. The Rare Triumphes of Love and Fortune

Ariosto (Ludovico)

Dalla Porta (Giambattista)

De Montemayor (Jorge)

Forde (Emanuel)

Holinshed (Raphael)

Knolles (Richard)

L’Estrange (Nicholas)

Lily (John)

Marlowe (Christopher)

Munday  (Anthony)

Ovid

Riche (Barnaby)

Robinson (Richard)

Tarlton (Richard)

White (Roland)

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