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Man (Chicago, 1967); S.Jayne, ‘Ficino and the Platonism of the English Renaissance’, Comparative Literature, IV (1952), 214-38; P.O.Kristeller, EightPhilosophers of the Italian Renaissance* (London, 1965), Renaissance Thought* (New York, 1961), Renaissance Thought II* (New York, 1965); J.C.Nelson, Renaissance Theory of Love (New York, 1958); N.A.Robb, Neoplatonism of the Italian Renaissance (London, 1935); D.P.Walker, The Ancient Theology (London, 1972); E.Wind, Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance (London, 1958, rev. 1967). Studies of Neoplatonism and English poets include R.Ellrodt, Neoplatonism in the Poetry of Spenser (Geneva, 1960); W.Nelson, ‘Love Creating’, in The Poetry of Edmund Spenser* (New York, 1971); E.Welsford, Spenser: Fowre Hymns, Epithalamion (Oxford, 1967); I.Samuel, Plato and Milton (Ithaca, 1947). On the Cambridge Platonists see E.Cassirer, The Platonic Renaissance in England (London, 1953), and the anthology edited by G.R.Cragg, The Cambridge Platonists (New York, 1968).