George Sandys Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Literary Criticism (1400-1800))


Cawley, Robert R. “Burton, Bacon, and Sandys.” Modern Language Notes 56, no. 4 (April 1941): 271-73.

Contends that passages from Robert Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy and Francis Bacon's Natural History have their sources in Sandys's Relation.

Drake, Gertrude C. “Ovid's Metamorphoses, the Facsimile of the Caxton MS, and Sandys's 1632 Version.” In Papers on Language and Literature 7 (1971): 313-35.

Reviews the 1970 edition of Sandys' 1632 version of Ovid's Metamorphoses released by the University of Nebraska Press.

Hardman, C. B. “Marvell's ‘Bermudas’ and Sandys's Psalms.” Review of English Studies 32 (February 1981): 64-7.

Compares Sandys's paraphrases of the psalms with Andrew Marvell's poem “Bermudas.”

Ray, Robert H. “Marvell's ‘To His Coy Mistress’ and Sandys's Translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses.” In Review of English Studies 44, no. 175 (August 1993): 386-88.

Argues that Andrew Marvell's best-known poem is informed by his reading of Sandys's Ovid.

Rubin, Deborah. Ovid's Metamorphoses Englished: George Sandys as Translator and Mythographer New York: Garland Publishing, 1985, 190 p.

Describes and analyzes Sandys' most famous work.

Taylor, Anthony Brian. “George Sandys and Arthur Golding.” In Notes and Queries 53 (September 1986): 387-91.

Compares Sandys's translation of Ovid with that of Arthur Golding.

Additional coverage of George Sandys is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Dictionary of Literary Biography, vols. 24 and 121.