Standard Name: Bacon, Anne
Birth Name: Anne Cooke
Pseudonym: A. C.
Married Name: Anne Bacon
Titled: Anne, Lady Bacon
, one of the famously well-educated Cooke sisters, was a major Tudor translator of religious and religious-administrative texts, as well as a letter-writer. Her work was published in the mid-sixteenth century.
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Jewel, John. An Apologie or Answere in Defence of the Churche of Englande. Translator Bacon, Anne, Reginald Wolfe, 1564.
Ochino, Bernardino. Certayne Sermons of the ryghte famous and excellente Clerk Master Barnardine Ochine. Translators Argentine, Richard and Anne Bacon, John Day, 1550.
Ochino, Bernardino. Fouretene Sermons of Barnardine Ochyne. Translator Bacon, Anne, John Day and William Seres, 1551.
Bacon, Anne. “Introduction”. The Letters of Lady Anne Bacon, edited by Gemma Allen, Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 1-45.
Bacon, Anne. The Letters of Lady Anne Bacon. Editor Allen, Gemma, Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Parker, Matthew et al. “To the right honorable learned and vertuous Ladie A. B”. An Apologie or Answere in Defence of the Churche of Englande, translated by. Anne Bacon, Reginald Wolfe, 1564.