APA Citation

Greene, R. (1605). Ciceronis amor. = Tullies loue: Wherein is discoursed, the prime of Ciceroes youth, setting out in liuely portraitures, how young gentlemen, that ayme at honor, should leuell the end of their affections, holding the loue of country and friends in more esteeme, then those fading blossomes of beautie, that onely feede the curious suruey of the eye. A worke full of pleasure, as following Ciceroes vaine, who was as conceited in his youth, as graue in his age; profitable, as containing precepts worthy so famous an orator. Robert Greene. In artibus Magister. Omne tulit punctum qui miscuit vtile dulci. At London: Printed by I. R[oberts] for Nich[olas] Lyng.

Chicago Style Citation

Greene, Robert. Ciceronis Amor. = Tullies Loue: Wherein Is Discoursed, the Prime of Ciceroes Youth, Setting Out in Liuely Portraitures, How Young Gentlemen, That Ayme At Honor, Should Leuell the End of Their Affections, Holding the Loue of Country and Friends in More Esteeme, Then Those Fading Blossomes of Beautie, That Onely Feede the Curious Suruey of the Eye. A Worke Full of Pleasure, As Following Ciceroes Vaine, Who Was As Conceited in His Youth, As Graue in His Age; Profitable, As Containing Precepts Worthy so Famous an Orator. Robert Greene. In Artibus Magister. Omne Tulit Punctum Qui Miscuit Vtile Dulci. At London: Printed by I. R[oberts] for Nich[olas] Lyng, 1605.

MLA Citation

Greene, Robert. Ciceronis Amor. = Tullies Loue: Wherein Is Discoursed, the Prime of Ciceroes Youth, Setting Out in Liuely Portraitures, How Young Gentlemen, That Ayme At Honor, Should Leuell the End of Their Affections, Holding the Loue of Country and Friends in More Esteeme, Then Those Fading Blossomes of Beautie, That Onely Feede the Curious Suruey of the Eye. A Worke Full of Pleasure, As Following Ciceroes Vaine, Who Was As Conceited in His Youth, As Graue in His Age; Profitable, As Containing Precepts Worthy so Famous an Orator. Robert Greene. In Artibus Magister. Omne Tulit Punctum Qui Miscuit Vtile Dulci. At London: Printed by I. R[oberts] for Nich[olas] Lyng, 1605.

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