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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Harman, Edward George, 1862-1921.
Gabriel Harvey and Thomas Nashe.
London, J.M. Ouseley, 1923
|Named Person:||Gabriel Harvey; Thomas Nash; Francis Bacon|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward George Harman
|Notes:||"In my view, under the various supposed personalities on the anti-Harvey side ... lay concealed one individuality, namely that of Francis Bacon ... assuming, in succession, the 'impersonations' of Lyly, Greene and Nashe."--Page 5.
Includes a discussion of the authorship of Pedantius, also ascribed to Bacon, and "Errata et addenda" to the author's "Edmund Spenser and the impersonations of Francis Bacon" (p. 265-267).
|Description:||ix, 275 pages facsimiles 23 cm|
|Responsibility:||by the late Edward George Harman.|