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Arbasto : the anatomie of fortune. Wherein is discoursed by a pithie and pleasant discourse, that the highest state of prosperitie, is oft times the first steppe to mishappe, and that to stay vpon fortunes lotte, is to treade on brittle glasse. VVherein also gentlemen may finde pleasant conceits to purge melancholie, and perfit counsell to preuent misfortune. By Robert Greene Master of Arte. Preview this item
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Arbasto : the anatomie of fortune. Wherein is discoursed by a pithie and pleasant discourse, that the highest state of prosperitie, is oft times the first steppe to mishappe, and that to stay vpon fortunes lotte, is to treade on brittle glasse. VVherein also gentlemen may finde pleasant conceits to purge melancholie, and perfit counsell to preuent misfortune. By Robert Greene Master of Arte.

Author: Robert Greene
Publisher: At London : Printed by [J. Charlewood for] H. Iackson, dwelling in Fleetstreete, beneath the Conduite, at the signe of Saint Iohn Euangelist, 1589.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Greene
OCLC Number: 606498163
Description: 1 online resource ([56] pages)
Other Titles: Anatomie of fortune

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