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Supposes and Jocasta;

Author: George GascoigneLodovico DolceFrancis KinwelmershJohn William CunliffeLodovico AriostoAll authors
Publisher: Boston and London, D.C. Heath & Co., 1906.
Series: Belles-lettres series., Section 3,, English drama.
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Genre/Form: Adaptations
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Gascoigne, George, -1577.
Supposes and Jocasta.
Boston and London, D.C. Heath & Co., 1906
(OCoLC)576339212
Named Person: Euripides; Euripides.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Gascoigne; Lodovico Dolce; Francis Kinwelmersh; John William Cunliffe; Lodovico Ariosto; Euripides.
OCLC Number: 1837404
Notes: "The text adopted in this edition of the Supposes and Jocasta is that of 1575 [The posies of George Gascoigne esquire] "corrected, perfected, and augmented by the author," the title-page of which is here reproduced in facsimile from the Bodleign copy."
Half-title, p. [3]: Supposes: a comedie written in the Italian tongue by Ariosto. Englished by George Gascoyne of Grayes Inne esquire, and there presented, 1566.
Half-title, p. [129]: Jocasta: a tragedie written in Greeke by Euripides, translated and digested into acts by George Gascoigne and Francis Kinwelmersh of Grayes Inne, and there by them presented, 1566.
Jocasta is translated from Lodovico Dolce's version of the Phoenissae. Italian and English on opposite pages.
Description: xxx, 441 pages frontispiece (portrait) facsimile 16 cm.
Contents: Supposes: a comedie written in the Italian tongue by Ariosto. Englished by George Gascoyne of Grayes Inne esquire, and there presented, 1566.--Jocasta: a tragedie written in Greeke by Euripides, translated and digested into acte by George Gascoygne and Francis Kinwelmershe of Grayes Inne, and there by them presented, 1566.
Series Title: Belles-lettres series., Section 3,, English drama.
Other Titles: Supposes.
Jocasta.
Responsibility: two plays translated from the Italian, the first by Geo. Gascoigne, the second by Geo. Gascoigne and F. Kinwelmersh, edited by John W. Cunliffe.

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