Thomas Nashe: A Critical Introduction
Harvard University Press, 1962 - Biography & Autobiography - 262 pages
Gives an account of Nashe's writings, treating them in chronological order, bringing out their connections with each other and subjecting them to critical scrutiny.
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EARLY LIFE AND THE ANATOMY
LONDON AND THE MARPRELATE
THE MISERIES OF AUTHORSHIP
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