Jowett, John

Jowett, John. “Notes on Henry Chettle.” The Review of English Studies, vol. 45, no. 180, 1994, pp. 517–522. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/517809. — “Notes on Henry Chettle.” The Review of English Studies, vol. 45, no. 179, 1994, pp. 384–388, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/518844

Bray, Peter

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Daniel, Samuel

Samuel Daniel  Samuel Daniel (1562-1619) was an English poet, historian, and playwright. Daniel‘s known associates were Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, and Walter Raleigh. Born in 1562, he studied at Oxford University, leaving after three years to study poetry and philosophy, and became a servant of the English ambassador of France. The Countess of Pembroke, Mary Sidney, first taught him

Lyly, John

John Lyly (c. 1553/1554 Kent, England – November 1606 London, England) was an Elizabethan prose writer, dramatist, playwright, poet, and politician for Queen Elizabeth’s court.   John Lyly was an Elizabethan prose writer, dramatist, playwright, poet, and politician for Queen Elizabeth’s

Kyd, Thomas

Thomas Kyd (1558-1594) was an influential Elizabethan playwright whose most famous plays include The Spanish Tragedy and The Tragedy of Soliman and Perseda. His parents were Anna and Francis Kyd; he was baptized at Saint Mary Woolnoth church in London on November 6, 1558. His father was a member of London’s Company of