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The life and complete works in prose and verse of Robert Greene

Author: Robert Greene; Alexander Balloch Grosart
Publisher: New York, Russell & Russell, 1964.
Series: Huth library.
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Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592.
Life and complete works in prose and verse of Robert Greene.
New York, Russell & Russell, 1964
(OCoLC)608580375
Named Person: Robert Greene; Robert Greene
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Greene; Alexander Balloch Grosart
OCLC Number: 330701
Notes: A reissue of the London ed., 1881-86. Limited to 400 sets.
Reprints of original editions with reproductions of original title pages.
Description: 15 volumes illustrations, facsimile 22 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Storojenko's life of Robert Green, tr. by E.A.B. Hodgetts, with introduction and notes by the editor. --
Prose: v. 2. Mamillia and Anatomie of flatterie. 1583-93. --
v. 3. The myrrovr of modesite, 1584. Morando: the Tritameron of loue. 1587. Arbasto: the Anatomie of fortune. 1584. --
v. 4. The carde of Francis. 1587. Debate betweene Follie and Loue, tr. out of French. 1584. Pandosto: the Triumph of Time. 1588. --
v. 5. Planetomachia. 1585. Penelopes web. 1587. Spanish masquerado. 1589. --
v. 6. Menaphon: Camillas alarum to slumbering Euphues, 1589. Euphues his censure to Philautus. 1587. --
v. 7. Perimedes the blacke-smith, 1588. Ciceronis amor, or Tullies loue, 1589. The royal exchange, 1590. --
v. 8. Greenes neuer too late, 1590. Francescos fortunes: or, The second part of Greenes neuer too late, 1590. --
v. 9. Aleida: Greens Metamorphosis, 1617. Greenes mourning garment, 1616. Greens farewell to Folly, 1591. --
v. 10. A notable discouery of coosnage: the art of conny-catching, 1951-92. A dispvtation between a hee and shee conny-catcher, 1952. --
v. 11. The blacke booke's messenger, 1952. The defence of conny-catching, 1592. Philomela: the Lady Fitzwaters nightingale, 1592. A quippe for an vpstart courtier, 1952. --
v. 12. Orpharion, 1599. Greens Groats-worth of wit, 1596. The repentance of Robert Greene, 1592. Greenes vision. --
Plays: v. 13. Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay, 1594. Orlando Furioso, 1599. James the Fourth.
Series Title: Huth library.
Responsibility: for the 1st time collected and edited, with notes and illus., etc., by Alexander B. Grosart.

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