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Oastler, C. L., John Daye, the Elizabethan Printer (Oxford Bibliographical Society Occasional Publications, 10, 1975).

O'Donnell, Anne M. and Wicks, Jared (eds), William Tyndale, An Answere unto Sir Thomas Mores Dialoge (Washington, 2000).

Oecolampadius, Joannes, A Sarmon to Yong Men and Maydens [c 1548].

Ogier, Darryl M., Reformation and Society in Guernsey (Rochester, New York, 1996).

Ogle, Arthur, The Tragedy of the Lollards' Tower (Oxford, 1949).

Oliver, Leslie M., The Seventh Edition of John Foxe's Acts and Monuments (Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 37, 1943).

Oliver, Leslie M., The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A Study of the Growth and Influence of a book. Unpublished PhD Thesis. (Harvard University, 1945).

Oliver, Leslie, M., 'Single Page Imposition in Foxe's Acts and Monuments,1570', Library, 5:1 (1946), 49-56.

Oliver, Leslie M., 'John Foxe and "The Conflict of Conscience"', Review of English Studies, 25 (1949), 1-9.

Oliver, P., A Short Account of the Reformation [including the] Martyrs [of the] Church of England (1812).

Olsen, Palle J., 'Was John Foxe a Millenarian?', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 45 (1994), 600-24.

Olsen, Viggo N., John Foxe and the Elizabethan Church (London, 1973).

Olson, Oliver K., Matthias Flacius and the survival of Luther's Reform (Wiesbaden, 2002).

Ong, Walter J., Rhetoric, Romance, and Technology: Studies in the Interaction of Expression and Culture (Ithaca, London, 1971).

Origen, Opera (1733-59).

O'Sullivan, William, 'The Irish "remnant" of John Bale's manuscripts', in Richard Bendle and A.J. Piper (eds), New Science out of Old Books; Studies in Manuscript and Early Printed Books in honour of A.I. Doyle (Aldershot, 1995), 374-387.

Owen, H. G., 'A Nursery for Elizabethan Nonconformity', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 17 (1966), 65-76.

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