Thomas Okey (1852–1935) was an expert on basket weaving, a translator of Italian, and a writer on art and the topography of architecture and art works in Italy and France. In 1919, he became the first professor in Cambridge University under the Serena Professor of Italian title.
- Venice and its Story (1904)
- Paris and its Story (1925)
- Dante's Purgatorio (translator).
- The Little Flowers of Saint Francis of Assisi
- The Story of Avignon (1926)
- The Little Flowers of St. Francis
- Selections From the Vita Nuova
- The Old Venetian Places and Old Venetian Folk
- A Basketful of Memories: An Autobiographical Sketch (1930)
- Okey's first experience of the Italian language came when he attended the Extension Lectures at Toynbee Hall in the 1880s. A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin, 1910.
- "Thomas Okey". www.oxforddnb.com. Retrieved 2016-04-11.
- Okey, Thomas (1904-01-01). Venice and Its Story. J. M. Dent & Company.
- "Robert Hollander: Charles Singleton's Hidden Debts to Thomas Okey and John Sinclair". www.princeton.edu. Retrieved 2016-04-11.
- Okey, Thomas (2003-09-19). The Little Flowers of Saint Francis. Courier Corporation. ISBN 9780486431864.
- Works written by or about Thomas Okey at Wikisource
- Works by Thomas Okey at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Thomas Okey at Internet Archive
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