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 Lockyer, Professor Joseph Norman, C.B.Lovelace, Richard 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lodge, Thomas
 
(b. 1555; d. 1625). “Reply to the Schoole of Abuse” (1579–80); “An Alarm against Usurers” (1584); “Scillæ’s Metamorphosis” (1589); “Rosalynde” (1590); “Catharos” (1591); “Euphues’ Shadow” (1592); “Phillis” (1593), “William Longbeard” (1593), “The Wounds of Civill War” (1594); “A Looking Glasse for London and England” (with Robert Greene, 1594); “A Fig for Momus” (1595); “The Divel Conjured” (1596); “Wit’s Miserie and the World’s Madnesse” (1596); and others. See Hazlitt’s “Handbook to Early English Literature,” Collier’s “Dramatic Poetry” and “Poetical Decameron,” Wood’s “Athenæ Oxonienses,” Beloe’s “Anecdotes of Literature,” Ritson’s “Bibliographia Poetica,” Brydges’ “Censura Literaria,” Retrospective Review, and the Shakespeare Society’s publications for 1853, and the “Dictionary of National Biography.”   1
 


 Lockyer, Professor Joseph Norman, C.B.Lovelace, Richard 

 
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