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Evphves. The Anatomy of Wit. Verie pleasant for all Gentlemen to reade, and most necessary to remember. Wherein are contayned the delightes that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnesse of loue, and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnes of wisedome.

1590

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Evphves. The Anatomy of Wit. Verie pleasant for all Gentlemen to reade, and most necessary to remember. Wherein are contayned the delightes that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnesse of loue, and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnes of wisedome.

Title-page Attribution: By Iohn Lylie, Maister of Art.
Printer’s name and date of publication from STC
Other Copies: 5 (Private Collections, Columbia, Folger, Newberry, Yale Sterling)

1590

Auteur: Lyly, John
Titre: Evphves. The Anatomy of Wit. Verie pleasant for all Gentlemen to reade, and most necessary to remember. Wherein are contayned the delightes that wit followeth in his youth, by the pleasantnesse of loue, and the happinesse he reapeth in age, by the perfectnes of wisedome.
Lieu d'édition: London
Editeur: Printed [by W.Howe] for Gabriell Cawood, dwelling in Paules Church-yard.
Date: 1590
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 189
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072056457
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