History of ideas

Renaissance Vegetarianism: The Philosophical Afterlives of Porphyry’s On Abstinence
Cecilia Muratori
Italian Perspectives 4628 September 2020


Mythology

Medea in Performance 1500-2000
Edited by Edith Hall, Fiona Macintosh and Oliver Taplin
Legenda (General Series) 1 December 2000

Unbinding Medea: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Classical Myth from Antiquity to the 21st Century
Edited by Heike Bartel and Anne Simon
Legenda (General Series) 6 September 2010


History of ideas

Transformative Change in Western Thought: A History of Metamorphosis from Homer to Hollywood
Edited by Ingo Gildenhard and Andrew Zissos
Legenda (General Series) 4 March 2013


Mythology

Aeneas Takes the Metro: The Presence of Virgil in Twentieth-Century French Literature
Fiona Cox
Studies In Comparative Literature 31 July 1999


Orientalism

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 71 May 2002


Exile

The Rhetoric of Exile: Duress and the Imagining of Force
Vladimir Zorić
Studies In Comparative Literature 3919 December 2016


Homer (c. 850 BCE?), Greek poet

George Chapman: Homer's Iliad
Edited by Robert S. Miola
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2011 September 2017

George Chapman: Homer's Odyssey
Edited by Gordon Kendal
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2116 September 2016


Euripides (c.480-406 BCE), Athenian playwright

Medea in Performance 1500-2000
Edited by Edith Hall, Fiona Macintosh and Oliver Taplin
Legenda (General Series) 1 December 2000

Unbinding Medea: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Classical Myth from Antiquity to the 21st Century
Edited by Heike Bartel and Anne Simon
Legenda (General Series) 6 September 2010

Silent Witness: Racine's Non-Verbal Annotations of Euripides
Susanna Phillippo
Research Monographs in French Studies 141 June 2003


Aristophanes (c.446-386 BCE), Athenian playwright

Aristophanes in Performance 421 BC-AD 2007: Peace, Birds, and Frogs
Edited by Edith Hall and Amanda Wrigley
Legenda (General Series) 24 August 2007


Xenophon (430 BC-354 BCE), Athenian historian

William Barker, Xenophon's 'Cyropædia'
Edited by Jane Grogan
Tudor and Stuart Translations 1320 March 2020


Virgil (70-19 BCE), Roman poet

Aeneas Takes the Metro: The Presence of Virgil in Twentieth-Century French Literature
Fiona Cox
Studies In Comparative Literature 31 July 1999


'Ovid', Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BCE-17 CE), Roman poet

Ovide du remede d'amours
Edited by Tony Hunt
Critical Texts 151 February 2008

Ovid in English, 1480-1625: Part One: Metamorphoses
Edited by Sarah Annes Brown and Andrew Taylor
Tudor and Stuart Translations 4/1 of 21 October 2013

Ovid in English, 1480-1625: Part Two: Poems of Love and Exile
Edited by Sarah Annes Brown and Andrew Taylor 
Tudor and Stuart Translations 4/2 of 2


'Lucan', Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (39-65), Roman poet

Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627)
Edited by Emma Buckley and Edward Paleit 
Tudor and Stuart Translations 187 December 2020


Plutarch (46-120), Greek essayist

Plutarch in English, 1528–1603: Volume 1: Essays
Edited by Fred Schurink 
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2/1 of 218 December 2020

Plutarch in English, 1528–1603: Volume 2: Lives
Edited by Fred Schurink 
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2/2 of 218 December 2020


Boethius (480–524), Roman philosopher

Böece de Confort remanié: Edition critique
Edited by Glynnis M. Cropp
European Translations 11 March 2011

Un Dit moral contre Fortune: A critical edition of MS Paris, BnF, fr. 25 418
Edited by Glynnis M. Cropp in association with John Keith Atkinson
European Translations 631 August 2018


Anonymous literature of the Middle Ages

La Voie de Povreté et de Richesse
Edited by Glynnis M. Cropp
Critical Texts 5111 May 2016

The Philomena of Chrétien the Jew: The Semiotics of Evil
Peter Haidu, edited by Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner
Research Monographs in French Studies 5928 September 2020


William Barker (1520-80), English translator

William Barker, Xenophon's 'Cyropædia'
Edited by Jane Grogan
Tudor and Stuart Translations 1320 March 2020


George Chapman (1559-1634), English playwright

George Chapman: Homer's Iliad
Edited by Robert S. Miola
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2011 September 2017

George Chapman: Homer's Odyssey
Edited by Gordon Kendal
Tudor and Stuart Translations 2116 September 2016


Thomas May (1594-1650), English poet

Thomas May, Lucan's Pharsalia (1627)
Edited by Emma Buckley and Edward Paleit 
Tudor and Stuart Translations 187 December 2020


Jean Racine (1639-99), French playwright

Silent Witness: Racine's Non-Verbal Annotations of Euripides
Susanna Phillippo
Research Monographs in French Studies 141 June 2003


Christoph Martin Wieland (1733-1813), German poet

Horace's 'Epistles', Wieland and the Reader: A Three-Way Relationship
Jane V. Curran
Bithell Series of Dissertations 19 / MHRA Texts and Dissertations 381 January 1995


Stéphane Mallarmé (1842-98), French poet

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 71 May 2002


Victor Segalen (1878-1919), French poet

Neither a Borrower: Forging Traditions in French, Chinese and Arabic Poetry
Richard Serrano
Studies In Comparative Literature 71 May 2002


Antonin Artaud (1896-1948), French playwright and poet

Comparative Encounters between Artaud, Michaux and the Zhuangzi: Rationality, Cosmology and Ethics
Xiaofan Amy Li
Transcript 41 July 2015


Henri Michaux (1899-1984), Belgian poet

Comparative Encounters between Artaud, Michaux and the Zhuangzi: Rationality, Cosmology and Ethics
Xiaofan Amy Li
Transcript 41 July 2015


Michel Butor (1926-), French novelist

Aeneas Takes the Metro: The Presence of Virgil in Twentieth-Century French Literature
Fiona Cox
Studies In Comparative Literature 31 July 1999