1595 in literature
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This is a list of literature-related events in 1595.
- May 24 - The Nomenclator of Leiden University Library appears, the first printed catalog of an institutional library.
- December 9 - Shakespeare's Richard II is possibly acted at a private performance at the Canon Row house of Sir Edward Hoby; Sir Robert Cecil attends.
- Following the death of his first wife, Isabel, in the previous year, Lope de Vega leaves the service of the Duke of Alba and returns to Madrid.
- Mikalojus Daukša - Kathechismas, arba Mokslas kiekvienam krikščioniui privalus
- Justus Lipsius - De militia romana
- Nicholas Remy - Daemonolatreiae libri tres
- Sir Philip Sidney - An Apology for Poetry (written between 1580–1583; published for the first time posthumously)
- Vincentio Saviolo - His practise, in two bookes. (the first manual of fence (fencing) to be written in English; published by John Wolfe of London)
- Fausto Veranzio - Dictionarium quinque nobilissimarum Europæ linguarum, Latinæ, Italicæ, Germanicæ, Dalmatiæ, & Vngaricæ (published in Venice)
- Anonymous - Locrine published claiming to be revised by "W.S."
- Jakob Ayrer - Von der Erbauung Roms ("The Building of Rome")
- Gervase Markham - The Most Honorable Tragedy of Sir Richard Grinville
- Antoine de Montchrestien - Sophonisbe
- William Shakespeare (possible date)
- Barnabe Barnes - A Divine Century of Spiritual Sonnets
- Richard Barnfield - Cynthia
- Thomas Campion - Poemata
- George Chapman (anonymous) - Ovid's Banquet of Sense
- Gervase Markham - The Poem of Poems, or Syon's Muse
- Robert Southwell (anonymous) - Saint Peter's Complaint
- Edmund Spenser - Colin Clouts Come Home Againe
- March 21 - Ferdinando Ughelli, church historian (died 1670)
- December 4 - Jean Chapelain, poet (died 1674)
- date unknown
- February 21 - Robert Southwell, poet and Catholic martyr (born c.1561)
- March 18 - Jean de Sponde, Huguenot poet (born 1557)
- April 25 - Torquato Tasso, poet (born 1544)
- May 25 - Valens Acidalius, poet and critic (born 1567)
- June 23 - Louis Carrion, humanist scholar
- October 5 - Faizi, Poet Laureate of the Emperor Akbar (born 1547))
- November 5 - Luis Barahona de Soto, poet
- "Isabel de Urbina". Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved 2013-02-01.
- Full title in Lithuanian: Postilla catholicka. Tai est izguldimas ewangeliu...
- Craig, D.H. (1986). "A Hybrid Growth: Sidney's Theory of Poetry in An Apology for Poetry." In Kinney, Arthur F., ed. Essential Articles for the Study of Sir Philip Sidney. Hamden: Archon Books.
- PDF Copy available here.
- Copy available here.
- Maxwell, Baldwin (1956). Studies in the Shakespeare Apocrypha. New York: King's Crown Press. pp. 39–63.