Oxford Poetry by Richard Eedes and George Peele: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Oxford Poetry by Richard Eedes and George Peele

1st Edition

By Richard Eedes

Edited by Dana F. Sutton

Routledge

249 pages

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Published in 1995: The present volume contains two comparatively lengthy Latin hexameter poems that emanated from this circle. One is by Richard Eedes; the other is anonymous, although for the purposes of this book the author provisionally accepted Tucker Brooke’s attribution to George Peele.

Table of Contents

Richard Eedes, Iter Boreale (1583). George Peele. Pareus (1585)

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