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 Green, Professor Thomas HillGreg, William Rathbone 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Greene, Robert
 
(b. Norwich, 1560; d. September 3rd, 1592). A full catalogue of this writer’s works may be found in Lowndes’s “Bibliographer’s Manual.” Romances—“Menaphon” (1587); “Pandosto, the Triumph of Time; or, the History of Doraustus and Faunia” (1588); “A Pair of Turtle Doves; or, the Tragicall History of Bellora and Fidelio” (1606); “The History of Arbasto, King of Denmark” (1617). Autobiography—“Greene’s Never Too Late” (1590); “Farewell to Folly” (1591); “Greene’s Groat’s-worth of Wit, bought with a Million of Repentance” (1592); “Greene’s Vision” (1592); “The Repentance of Robert Greene” (1592). Plays—“Mammilia” (1593); “The Honourable Historie of Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay” (1594); “The Historie of Orlando Furioso” (1594); “Comical Historie of Alphonsus, King of Arragon;” “A Looking-Glasse for London and England” (with Lodge, 1594); “The Scottish Historie of James IV.” (1598). Miscellaneous— “The Myrrour of Modestie” (1584); “Morando” (1584); “Euphues, his Censure to Philautus” (1587); “Perimedes, the Blacksmith” (1588); “Alcida” (1588); “The Spanish Masquerado” (1589). For Biography and Criticism, see Collier’s “Poetical Decameron” and “Dramatic Poetry,” Campbell’s “Specimens of the English Poets,” Hazlitt’s “Age of Elizabeth,” Dyce’s edition of Greene’s Works, Brydges’ “Censura Literaria,” Beloe’s “Anecdotes,” Ritson’s “Bibliographia Poetica,” Wood’s “Fasti Oxonienses,” The Retrospective Review, the “Shakespeare Library,” Jusserand’s “English Novel in the Time of Elizabeth,” the “Dictionary of National Biography,” and Morley’s “English Writers,” vols. x. and xi.   1
 


 Green, Professor Thomas HillGreg, William Rathbone 

 
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