Early Editions

Philips, Katherine. Letters. Ed. Sir Charles Cotterell. January 29, 1664.

---. "Letters by the Late Celebrated Mrs. Katherine Philips." Familiar Letters. Written by the Right
        Honourable John, late Earl of Rochester, and several other Persons of Honour and Quality.
        With Letters Written by Thomas Otway and Mrs. K. Philips. Published from their Original
        Copies. With other Modern Letters by Tho. Check, Esq; Mr. Dennis; and Mr. Brown.
        London: Printed by W. Onley for Samuel Briscoe, 1697.

---. Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. London: Printed by W.B. for Bernard Lintott, 1705.

---. Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus. 2nd ed. (enlarged). London: Printed for Bernard Lintott,

---. "Mutuall Affection between Orinda and Lucasia." Henry Lawes Second Book of Ayres, and
        Dialogues. London: Printed by T. Harper for John Playford, 1655.

---. Poems. By the Incomparable Mrs. K.P.. London: Printed by J.G. for Richard Marriott, 1664.

---. Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, The Matchless Orinda. Ed. Sir
        Charles Cotterell. London: Herringman, 1667.

---. Poems. By the most deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the matchless Orinda. To
        which is added, Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace, Tragedies. With several other
        Translations out of French. London: Printed by J.M for Henry Herringman, 1667.

---. Trans. Pompey. A Tragedy. Pierre Corneille's Mort de Pompée. Dublin: Printed by John
        Crooke for Samuel Dancer, 1663.

---. Trans. Pomey. A Tragedy. Acted with Great Applause. London: Printed for John Crooke,

---. "To the Memory of the most Ingenious and Vertuous Gentleman Mr. Wil: Cartwright, my much
        valued Friend." Comedies, Tragi-comedies, With other Poems, by Mr. William Cartwright, late
        Student of Christ-Church in Oxford, and Proctor of the University. The Ayres and Songs set
        by Mr Henry Lawes. London: Printed for Humphrey Mosely, 1651.

---. "To the much honoured Mr Henry Lawes, on his Excellent Compositions in Musick." Henry
        Lawes Second Book of Ayres, and Dialogues. London: Printed by T. Harper for John
        Playford, 1655.

Twentieth Century Editions

Elmen, Paul, ed. "Some Manuscript Poems by the Matchless Orinda." Philological Quarterly 30
        (January 1951): 53-57.

Guiney, Louise I., ed. The Orinda Booklets. No. 1. Cottingham, near Hull, 1904.

Longe, Julie G., ed. Martha, Lady Gifford: Her Life and Correspondence (1664-1772): A Sequel to
        the Letters of Dorothy Osborne. (includes a letter by Katherine Philips to Dorothy Temple)
        London: George Allen, 1911.

Philips, Katherine. The Collected Works of Katherine Philips: The Matchless Orinda. Volume 1:
        The Poems. Ed. Patrick Thomas. Stump Cross, Essex: Stump Cross, 1990.

---. "A Song on a Ground, the Words by Madam Philips." A Micellany of both songs and Personal
        notes Attributed to Purcell and Others. v.b. 197. Washington, D.C.: The Folger's Library.

Critical Studies

Alspach, Russell K. "The Matchless Orinda." Modern Language Notes 52 (February 1937):

Andreadis, Harriette. "The Sapphic-Platonics of Katherine Philips, 1632-1664." Signs: Journal of
        Women in Culture and Society 15.1 (Autumn 1989): 34-60.

Applegate, Joan. "Katherine Philips's 'Orinda Upon Little Hector': An Unrecorded Musical Setting
        by Henry Lawes." English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 4 (1993):272-80.

Beal, Peter. "Orinda to Silvander: A New Letter by Katherine Philips." English Manuscript Studies
        1100-1700 4 (1993): 281-86.

Brashear, Lucy. "Gleanings From the Orinda Holograph." American Notes & Queries 23
        (March/April 1985): 100-2.

---. "The 'Mathchless Orinda's' Missing Sister: Mrs. C. P." Restoration: Studies in English Literary
        Culture, 1660-1700 10.2 (Fall 1986): 76-81.

Easton, Celia A. "Excusing the Breach of Nature's Laws: The Discourse of Denial and Disguise in
        Katherine Philips' Friendship Poetry." Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture,
        1660-1700 14.1 (Spring 1990):1-14.

Evans, G. Blakemore, ed. The Plays and Poems of William Cartwright. Madison: University of
        Wisconsin Press, 1951.

Fergusson, Moira, ed. The First Feminists: British Women Writers, 1578-1799. Indiana University
        Press, 1985.

Fisher, Dorothea. Corneille and Racine in England. New York: Macmillan, 1904.

---. "The Matchless Orinda." Seventeenth-Century Studies. London: K. Paul Trench, 1883.

Hageman, Elizabeth H. "The 'False Printed' Broadside of Katherine Philips's 'To The Queen's
        Majesty on Her Happy Arrival.'" The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society
        17.4 (December 1995):321-26.

---. "Katherine Philips (1632-1664)." Dictionary of Literary Biography: Seventeenth-Century British
        Nondramatic Poets. v. 131. 3rd series. Ed. M. Thomas Hester. North Carolina State
        University, Detroit: A Buccoli Clark Layman Book: Gale Research Inc., 1993. 202-214.

Hageman, Elizabeth H. and Sununu, Andrea. "'More Copies of It Abroad than I Could Have
        Imagin'd': Further Manuscript Texts of Katherine Philips, 'The Matchless Orinda.'" English
        Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 5 (1995):127-69.

---. "New Manuscript Texts of Katherine Philips, 'the Matchless Orinda.'" English Manuscript
        Studies 1100-1700 4 (1993):174-216.

Hamessley, Lydia. "Henry Lawes's Setting of Katherine Philips's Friendship Poetry in His Second
        Book of Ayres and Dialogues, 1655: A Musical Misreading?" Queering The Pitch: The New
        Gay and Lesbian Musicology. Eds. Philip Brett and Elizabeth Wood and Gary C. Thomas.
        New York: Routledge, 1994. 116-38.

Hiscock, W.G. "Friendship: Francis Finch's Discourse and the Circle of the Matchless Orinda."
        Review of English Studies 15 (1939): 466-68.

Hobby, Elaine. "Katherine Philips: Seventeenth Century Lesbian Poet." What Lesbians Do in Books.
        Eds. Elaine Hobby and Chris White. London: The Women's Press, 1992. 183-204.-

--. Virtue of Necessity: English Women's Writing, 1649-88. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan
        Press, 1989.

Kelliher, Hilton. "Cowley and 'Orinda': Autograph Fair Copies." The British Library Journal 2.2
        (Autumn 1976):102-108.

Lennep, William Van. The London Stage, 1660-1800. Carbondale: University of Illinois Press,

Limbert, Claudia A. "Katherine Philips: Another Step-Father and Another Sibling 'Mrs. C.:P.,' and
        'Polex.'" Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 13.1 (Spring 1989):2-6.

---. "Katherine Philips: Controlling a Life and Reputation." South Atlantic Reviw 56.2 (May

---. "The Poetry of Katherine Philips: Holographs, Manuscripts and Early Printed Texts."
        Philological Quarterly 70.2 (Spring 1991):181-98.

---. "Two Poems and a Prose Receipt: The Unpublished Juvenalia of Katherine Philips." English
        Literary Renaissance 16.2 (Spring 1986):383-390.

---. "Two Poems and a Prose Receipt: The Unpublished Juvenalia of Katherine Philips." Women in
        the Renaissance and Reformation: Selections from "English Literary Renaissance." Eds. Kirby
        Farrell, Elizabeth H. Hageman, and Arthur F. Kinney. Amherst: University of Massachusetts
        Press, 1990. 179-186.

---. "'The Unison of Well-Tun'd Hearts': Katherine Philips' Friendships With Male Writers." English
        Language Notes 29.1 (September 1991):25-37.

--- and O'Neill, John H. "Composite Authorship: Katherine Philips and an Antimarital Satire."
        Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 87.4 (December 1993):487-502.

Loscoco, Paula. "'Manly Sweetness': Katherine Philips among the Neoclassicals." Huntington
        Library Quarterly 56.3 (Summer 1993):259-79.

Lund, Roger D. "Bibliotecha and 'The British Dames': An Early Critique of the Female Wits of the
        Restoration." Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 12.2 (Fall 1988):

MacLean, Gerald M. "What Is a Restoration Poem? Editing a Discourse, not an Author." Text:
        Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship 3 (1987):319-346.

Mambretti, Catherine Cole. "'Fugitive Papers': A New Orinda Poem and Problems in Her Canon."
        Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. 71 (October-December 1977): 443-52.

---. "Orinda on the Restoration Stage." Comparative Literature 37.3 (Summer 1985):233-51.

Mermin, Dorothy. "Women Becoming Poets: Katherine Philips, Aphra Behn, Anne Finch." Journal
        of English Literary History 57.2 (Summer 1990): 335-55.

Moody, Ellen. "Orinda, Rosania, Lucasia et aliae: Towards a New Edition of the Works of
        Katherine Philips." Philological Quarterly 66.3 (Summer 1987): 325-54.

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "A Feminist Link in the Old Boys' Network: The Cosseting of Katherine
        Philips." Curtain Calls: British and American Women and the Theatre, 1660-1820. Eds.
        Mary Anne Schofield and Cecilia Macheski. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1991. 71-104.

Phillips, John Pavin. "The 'Matchless Orinda,' and her Descendants." Notes and Queries 5 (March
        1858): 202-203.

Price, Curtis A. "The Songs for Katherine Philips' Pompey 1663." Theatre Notebook (London). 33
        (1979): 61-6.

Pritchard, Allan. "Marvell's 'The Garden': A Restoration Poem?" Studies in English Literature,
        1500-1900 23.3 (Summer 1983): 371-388.

Radzinowiz, Mary Ann. "Reading Paired Poems Nowadays." Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory
        1.4 (May 1990):275-290.

Reynolds, Myra. The Learned Lady in England, 1650-1760. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1920.

Roberts, William. "The Dating of Orinda's French Translations." Philological Quarterly 49(1970):

---. "Saint-Amant, Orinda and Dryden's Miscellany." English Language Notes 1 (March 1964):

---. "Sir William Temple on Orinda: Neglected Publications." Papers of the Bibliographical Society
        of America 57 (1963):328-36.

Sant, Patricia M. and Brown, James N. "Two Unpublished Poems by Katherine Philips." English
        Literary Renaissance 24.1 (Winter 1994): 211-28.

Shifflett, Andrew. "'How Many Virtues Must I Hate': Katherine Philips and the Politics of
        Clemency." Studies in Philology 94 (Winter 1997):103-35.

Souers, Philip Webster. The Matchless Orinda. Harvard Studies in English. Vol.5. Cambridge:
        Harvard University Press, 1931.

Stanford, Ann. The Women Poets in English. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1972.

Stiebel, Arlene. "Not since Sappho: The Erotic in Poems Of Katherine Philips and Aphra Behn."
        Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment England: Literary Representations in
        Historical Context. Ed. Claude J. Summers. New York: Harrington Park, 1992. 153-71.

---. "Subversive Sexuality: Masking the Erotic in Poems by Katherine Philips and Aphra Behn."
        Renaissance Discourses of Desire. Eds. Claude J. Summers and Ted Larry Pebworth.
        Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1993. 223-36.

Thomas, Patrick H[ungerford] B[ryan]. Katherine Philips ("Orinda"). Cardiff: University of Wales
        Press, 1988. 73pp.

_ _ _. "Orinda, Vaughan and Watkyns: Anglo-Welsh Literary Relationships During The
        Interregnum." Anglo-Welsh Review 56 (1976): 96-102.

Tinker, Nathan P. "John Grismond: Printer of the Unauthorized Edition of Katherine Philips's Poems
        (1664)." English Language Notes 34.1 (September 1996):30-5.

Vaughan, Henry. "To the Most Excellently accomplish'd Mrs. K. Philips." The Complete Poetry of
        Henry Vaughan. Ed. French Fogle. New York: New York University Press, 1965.

Williamson, Marilyn L. Raising Their Voices: British Women Writers, 1650-1750. Detroit: Wayne
        State University Press, 1990.


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