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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625.
Defence of poetry, music, and stage-plays.
London, Printed for the Shakespeare Society, 1853
|Named Person:||Stephen Gosson; Stephen Gosson|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Lodge; David Laing
|Notes:||Vol. XV, no. 3, in the L.C. set, where it is substituted for Heywood's Apology for actors (no. 3) Listed as vol. XX by Lowndes, Bibl. manual.
"A reply to Stephen Gosson's 'Schoole of abuse'." Edited by David Lang.
"Catalogue of Thomas Lodge's works": p. [lxvi]-lxxvii.
"Truth's complaint over England": p. -123.
|Description:||lxxvii, 129,  pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The book of John a Kent and John a Cumber; A view of sundry examples; Report of the execution of traitors; An advertisement and defence against Campion / Anthony Munday --
A defence of poetry, etc. ... Prisceria; Truth's complaint over England / Thomas Lodge.
|Series Title:||Publications (Shakespeare Society (Great Britain)), no. 48.|
|Other Titles:||Alarum against usurers.
Delectable history of Forbonius and Prisceria.
Forbonius and Prisceria.
|Responsibility:||by Thomas Lodge, of Lincoln's Inn. To which are added, by the same author, An alarum against usurers; and the delectable history of Forbonius and Prisceria. With introduction and notes.|