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Dvora Bregman. Translated by Ann Brener. The Golden Way: The Hebrew Sonnet During the Renaissance and the Baroque. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. 2005. 298pp.

William T. Going. Scanty Plot of Ground: Studies in the Victorian Sonnet. Mouton. 1976. 173pp.

John Holmes. Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Late Victorian Sonnet Sequence: Sexuality, Belief and the Self. Ashgate Publishing. 2005. 189pp.

Lisle Cecil John. The Elizabethan Sonnet Sequences: Studies in Conventional Conceits. Columbia University Press. 1938. 278pp.

Roger Kuin. Chamber Music: Elizabethan Sonnet-Sequences and the Pleasure of Criticism. University of Toronto Press. 1997. 289pp.

Paul Oppenheimer. The Birth of the Modern Mind: Self, Consciousness, and the Invention of the Sonnet. Oxford University Press. 1989. 206pp.

Joseph Phelan. The Nineteenth-Century Sonnet. Palgrave Macmillan. 2005. 192pp.

Morton D. Rich. The Dynamics of Tonal Shift in the Sonnet. Edwin Mellen Press. 2000. 144pp.

Rosalind Smith. Sonnets and the English Woman Writer, 1560-1621: The Politics of Absence. Palgrave Macmillan. 2005. 169pp.

Michael R. G. Spiller. The Sonnet Sequence: A Study of Its Strategies. Prentice-Hall International. 1997. 171pp.

Lewis G. Sterner. The Sonnet in American Literature. University of Pennsylvania. 1930. 168pp.

Charles Tomlinson. The Sonnet: Its Origin, Structure, and Place in Poetry. London: John Murray. 1874. 227pp.

Jennifer Ann Wagner. A Moment's Monument: Revisionary Poetics and the Nineteenth-Century English Sonnet. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1996. 254pp.

Christopher Warley. Sonnet Sequences and Social Distinction in Renaissance England. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 256pp.

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