Pandosto The triumph of time. VVherein is discouered by a pleasant history, that although by the meanes of sinister fortune, truth may be concealed, yet by time, in spight of fortune, it is manifestly reuealed. Pleasant for age to avoid drowsie thoughts profitable for youth, to eschew other wanton pastimes: and bringing to both a desired content. By Robert Greene, Master of Arts in Cambridge.
By T. P[urfoot] for F. Faulkener, and are to be sold at his shop in Southwarke, neere Saint Margarets Hill,
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