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Prose and style in Browne

  • Anderton, Basil, Sketches from a Library Window (Cambridge, 1922)
  • Bischoff, Dietrich, Sir Thomas Browne als Stilkünstler: Ein Beitrag zur Deutung der englishchen Barockliterature (Heidelberg, 1943)
  • Moloney, Micchael, 'Metres and Cursus in Sir Thomas Browne’s Prose', Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 58 (1959) 60-67
  • Morgan, Edward, 'Strong Lines and Strong Minds: Reflections on the Prose of Browne and Johnson', Cambridge Journal 4 (1951) 481-91
  • Croll, Morris, Style, Rhetoric and Rhythm (Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1966)
  • Havenstein, Daniela, Democratizing Sir Thomas Browne: Religio Medici and its Imitators (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1999)
  • Crombie, Winifred. "Two Faces of Seneca: Metaphysical and Baroque Prose Styles in the Seventeenth Century." Language and Style 19:1 (Winter, 1986): 26-48.
  • Phelps, Gilbert, 'The Prose of Donne and Browne', in A guide to English Literature: From Donne to Marvell, ed. Boris Ford (1956) pp.116-30
  • Stapleton, Laurence, 'Sir Thomas Browne and Meditative Prose', in The Elected Circle Studies in the Art of Prose (Princeton, 1973) 
  • Tempest, Norton, 'Rhythm in the Prose of Sir Thomas Browne', Review of English Studies 3 (1927) 308-18
  • Warren, Austin, 'The Style of Sir Thomas Browne', Kenyon Review, 13 (1951) 674-87
  • Whallon, William. "Hebraic Synonymy in Sir Thomas Browne.", English Literary History 28 (1961): 335-52.