1532 in literature
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This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in 1532.
- First complete edition of Ariosto's Orlando Furioso is published in Italy.
- William Thynne's edition of The Workes of Geffray Chaucer is published in England.
- First edition of François Villon's Oeuvres with commentary by Clément Marot is published in France.
- Yamazaki Sōkan compiles the Shinseninutsukubashū, a significant anthology of Japanese renku poetry (from which haiku later develops).
- Otto Brunfels – Contrafayt Kräuterbuch (second and final part: 1537)
- Sebald Heyden – De arte canendi (first installment)
- Niccolò Machiavelli (posthumous) – The Prince (Il Principe)
- Thomas More – The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer
- François Rabelais (as Alcofribas Nasier) – Pantagruel (Les horribles et épouvantables faits et prouesses du très renommé Pantagruel Roi des Dipsodes, fils du Grand Géant Gargantua)
- Feliciano de Silva – Don Florisel de Niquea
- Clément Marot – L'Adolescence clémentine
- February 19 – Jean-Antoine de Baïf, French poet and member of La Pléiade (died 1589)
- November 28 – Bartholomäus Ringwaldt, German didactic poet (died c.1599)
- Unknown dates
- Probable year
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