A Short Bibliography of Scholarship Relevant to the Study of Wynkyn de Worde and His Golden Legend Editions

Blades, William.  The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England’s First Printer.  London: Trübner, 1882.  Print.  Special Collections.  Z232 .C38 B6 1882

Butler, Pierce.  Legenda Aurea: Légende dorée - Golden legend. A study of Caxton's Golden legend with special reference to its relations to the earlier English prose translation.  Baltimore: John Murphy, 1899.  Print.  270 J17Sb

Driver, Martha.  “The Illustrated de Worde: An Overview.”  Studies in Iconography 17 (1996) 394-403.  Print.  704.94 S933 

Hodnett, Edward.  English Woodcuts, 1480-1535.  Oxford: Oxford UP, 1934.  Print.  On the 241 book truck.

Jeremy, Mary.  “Caxton’s Golden Legend and Varagine’s Legenda Aurea.”  Speculum 21:2 (April 1946) 212-21.  http://www.jstor.org/stable/2851318

Lerer, Seth.  “The Wiles of a Woodcut: Wynkyn de Worde and the Early Tudor Reader.”  The Huntington Library Quarterly 59:4 (1996) 381-403.  http://www.jstor.org/stable/3817694

Moran, James.  Wynkyn de Worde, Father of Fleet Street.  3rd. Rev. Ed.  London: British Library, 2003.  Print.   070.5 W924Sm 2003

West, William N.  “Old News: Caxton, de Worde, and the Invention of the Edition.”  In Caxton’s Trace: Studies in the History of English Printing.  Notre Dame: U. of Notre Dame P., 2006.  241-74.  Print.  686.2 C38Sk 2006