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References to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 34 references in this bibliography folder.

Suzuki, S
Le renard considéré comme un être spirituel dans la littérature japonaise
In: Les animaux dans la littérature. Actes du Colloque de Tokyo de la Societé Internationale Renardienne du 22 au 24 juillet 1996 à l’Université Keio, ed. by Hideichi Matsubara/Satoru Suzuki/Naoyuki Fukumoto/Noboru Harano, Tokyo, pp. 283-290.

Tardy, M
Le renard appris ou désappris
Communications, 33(1):223-237.

Varty K
Reynard the fox and the Smithfield Decretals
Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 26:347-354.

Varty, K
Reynard, Renart, Reinaert and Other Foxes in Medieval England: The Iconographic Evidence
Amsterdam/Ann Arbor, MI, Amsterdam University Press/University of Michigan Press.

Varty, K
The Lion, the Unicorn and the Fox
In: Folklore Studies in the Twentieth Century, ed. by Venetia J. Newall. Brewer; Rowman & Littlefield, Woodbridge, UK/Totowa, N.J., pp. 412-418.

Varty, K
Further Examples of the Fox in Medieval English Art
In: Aspects of the Medieval Animal Epic, ed. by E. Rombauts/A. Welkenhuysen/G. Verbeke. Leuven University Press, Leuven, pp. 251-256.

Varty, K
Reynard the Fox. A Study of the Fox in Medieval English Art
Leicester, Leicester University Press.

Voisenet, J
Le Renard dans le bestiaire des clercs médiévaux
Reinardus, 9:179-188.

Wackers, P
The image of the fox in Middle Dutch literature
In: The fox and other animals (selected proceedings of the Spa colloquium), ed. by Brian J. Levy / Paul Wackers, Amsterdam, Philadelphia Reinardus, Special Volume/ Numéro Spécial., pp. 181-198.

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