An early English anthology of poems by Wyatt, Surrey, and others.
Castiglione, "The Book of the Courtier"
Read in Book 1 from paragraph with sidenote "Situation of Urbin[o]" down to "Here without any longer tariyng the L. Gaspar Pallavicin saide". Transcribed by Richard Bear at the University of Oregon, copyright © 1997 The University of Oregon. Version appears on https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/672. For more information, go to https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/506.
Mary Sidney Herbert, "To Queen Elizabeth"
This poem accompanied a dedication copy of the Psalms, translated by Sidney Herbert and her brother Philip.
Ralegh's "A Vision upon this Conceit of the Faery Queen"
This complimentary poem was published, as was common practice, along with Spenser's "Faerie Queene."
Searchable text in various translations.
Background on the Geneva Bible
Based on information from J.J. Pelikan, The Reformation of the Bible (1996), and from The Cambridge History of the Bible (1963-1970).
Text of Psalms, from the Geneva Bible
This translation would have been the source text for Mary and Philip Sidney.
Works of Elizabeth I
Include poems, speeches, verse translations, and letters.