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|Other titles||Comoediae ac tragoediae.|
|Statement||translation C.C. Love.|
|Contributions||Love, Christopher Charles, Brylinger, Nikolas, fl. 1537-1565.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 343 p. :|
|Number of Pages||343|
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FIVE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY LATIN PLAYS. From the collection of Comedies and Tragedies edited by Nicholas Brylinger, Basle, Translation (C) C. Love, Toronto In More's Utopia was written in Latin, for at first the vernacular was scorned and writers wrote their books and pamphlets in Latin so that European readers could use them.
The five plays presented here are from Nicholas Brylinger, Comedies and Tragedies (Basle, ). Eight of the ten plays in his collection are based on scriptural stories; the last two, says Brylinger, are "very pleasant comedies painting the mores of this very corrupt century.".
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