The Medieval Anadyomene: A Study in Chaucer's Mythography
'One had begun to wonder if the excitement of the literary chase, which turned some earlier critics into thriller-readers and occasionally into thriller-writers, had begun to disappear from contemporary scholarship. Mrs Twycross happily restores it. She is rightly suspicious of much so-called "evidence":[...]'
Stan Hussey, Modern Language Review 70:2 (April 1975), 387-89
'The most detailed study of Chaucer’s Venus remains Meg Twycross, The Medieval Anadyomene: A Study in Chaucer’s Mythography'
Jessica Brantley, ‘Venus and Christ in Chaucer's Complaint of Mars: The Fairfax 16 Frontispiece’, Studies in the Age of Chaucer 30 (2008), 171-204