Historian (12-Mar-1626 7-Jun-1697)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
James R. Aubrey. John Fowles: A Reference Companion. Greenwood Press. 1991. 333pp.
Maurice Balme (editor). Two Antiquaries: A Selection from the Correspondence of John Aubrey and Anthony Wood. Durham Academic Press. 2001. 168pp.
John Britton. Memoir of John Aubrey, F.R.S., Embracing His Auto-Biographical Sketches, a Brief Review of His Personal and Literary Merits, and an Account of His Works: With Extracts from His Correspondence, Anecdotes of Some of His Contemporaries, and of the Times in which He Lived. J. B. Nichols and Son. 1845. 131pp.
Michael Hunter. John Aubrey and the Realm of Learning. Science History Publications. 1975. 256pp.
Jon Bruce Kite. A Study of the Works and Reputation of John Aubrey (1626-1697). Edwin Mellen Press. 1993. 298pp.
Anthony Powell. John Aubrey and His Friends. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1948. 342pp.
David Tylden-Wright. John Aubrey: A Life. Harper Collins. 1991. 270pp.
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