John Lyly: Selected Prose and Dramatic Work
Three texts are included: a substantial extract from Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit, and the plays Campaspe (the first significant comedy of the English Renaissance) and Gallathea (which exercised a considerable influence on Shakespeare).
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