The Writings of Bernard André (c. 1450–c. 1522)
Bernard André was responsible for many writings, in verse and prose, in Latin and French, produced in England over a period of 35 years from 1485. His job was to celebrate the deeds of Henry VII and then Henry VIII, and this paper lists the canon of writings that he produced in these circumstances. The 38 works, listed chronologically, are divided into ‘genuine works’, ‘works of dubious attribiution’ and ‘lost works’, and to each is attached appropriate bibliographical information.
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