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|Title||:||Ancient Critical Essays Upon English Poets and Poesy: Puttenham, George. Arte of English poesie.- Vol. 2. Gascoigne, George. Certayne notes of instruction; Webbe, William. A discourse of English poetrie; King James. A treatise of the airt of Scottis poesie; Harington, Sir John. An apologie of poetrie; Meres, Francis. A comparative discourse of our English poets; Campion, Thomas. Observations in the art of English poesie; Daniel, Samuel. A defence of ryme; Bolton, Edmund. Hypercritica, or, A Rule of judgment for writing or reading our histories; Spenser, Edmund and Harvey, Gabriel. Three proper and wittie familiar letters lately passed between two universitie men, and two other very commendable letters of the same men's writing|
|Author||:||Joseph Haslewood, Edmund Bolton, Thomas Campion, George Gascoigne, Samuel Daniel, Sir John Harington, Gabriel Harvey, George Puttenham, Francis Meres, William Webbe, James I (King of England), Edmund Spenser|