I have only attempted to note the names of some of the most prominent works that have been written on Hus, and of some to which I have devoted particular attention. The literature dealing with Hus and the cognate works referring to Wycliffe, which I quite omit, amount to an enormous mass of volumes. I here only mention some books referring mainly to Hus’s life and the history of Bohemia at his time. I therefore do not include works like Bishop Creighton’s History of the Papacy, though it contains—next to Mr. Wratislaw’s—the best account of Hus’s career written in English, or Dr. Harnack’s Dogmengeschichte, though the origin of some of Hus’s views is expounded here more clearly than anywhere else. The Bohemian periodicals entitled, Journal of the Bohemian Museum, Bohemian Historical Journal, Yearbook of the Bohemian Society of Sciences, and Yearbook of the Bohemian Academy, contain a vast amount of little-known information on Hus and his times. Messrs. Jirecek, Goll, Nedoma, Novotny, Patera, Gindely, Kalousik and many others have contributed valuable articles to these reviews on the subject of Hus.
Ashbach, Dr. Joseph. Geschichte Kaiser Sigmunds.
Bezold, Friedrich von. Zur Geschichte des Hussitenthumes.
Brezova, Laurentius de. Historia Hussitica, ed. Goll. Fontes rerum Bohemicarum V.
Caro, J. Aus der Kanzlei Kaiser Sigismunds.
Casopis Musea. Kralovstvi Ceskeho (Journal of the Royal Bohemian Musem).
Cesky Casopis. Historicky (Bohemian Historical Journal).
Denis, Professeur Ernest. Huss et la Guerre des Hussites.
Dolanensis, Stephen of Dolein. Works published by Pez Thesaurus Anecdotorum, T. IV.: Medulla Tritici sive Antiwycleffus, Antihussus, Dialogus volatilis inter aucam et passer em,
Liber epistolaris ad Hussitas.
Dvorsky, Frantisek. Pocatky Kalicha a Artikule Prazske (The beginnings of the chalice and the articles of Prague).