Richard Crashaw: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 1632-1980
Roberts provides a "fully annotated, comprehensive enumerative bibliography of the criticism on Richard Crashaw that contains, in addition to editions of his poetry, all books; parts of book-length studies; monographs; and critical, biographical, and bibliographical essays on the poet."--
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