APA Citation

Gnaphaeus, G., & Palsgrave, J. (1540). Ioannis Palsgraui Londoniensis, ecphrasis Anglica in comoediam Acolasti: The comedye of Acolastus translated into oure englysshe tongue, after suche maner as chylderne are taught in the grammer schole, fyrst worde for worde, as the latyne lyeth, and afterwarde accordynge to the sence and meanyng of the latin sentences ... with admonitions set forth in the margyn ... and afore the second sceane of the fyrst acte, is a brefe introductory to haue some general knowledge of the duyers sortes of meters vsed of our auctour in this comedy. And afore Acolastus balade is shewed of what kyndes of meters his balade is made of. And afore the syxte sceane of the fourthe acte, is a monition of the rhetorycall composytion vsed in that sceane ... Interpreted by Iohn Palsgraue. [Impress. Lond.: In ædibus Tho. Berthel[eti] regii impressoris].

Chicago Style Citation

Gnaphaeus, Gulielmus, and John Palsgrave. Ioannis Palsgraui Londoniensis, Ecphrasis Anglica in Comoediam Acolasti: The Comedye of Acolastus Translated Into Oure Englysshe Tongue, After Suche Maner As Chylderne Are Taught in the Grammer Schole, Fyrst Worde for Worde, As the Latyne Lyeth, and Afterwarde Accordynge to the Sence and Meanyng of the Latin Sentences ... With Admonitions Set Forth in the Margyn ... and Afore the Second Sceane of the Fyrst Acte, Is a Brefe Introductory to Haue Some General Knowledge of the Duyers Sortes of Meters Vsed of Our Auctour in This Comedy. And Afore Acolastus Balade Is Shewed of What Kyndes of Meters His Balade Is Made Of. And Afore the Syxte Sceane of the Fourthe Acte, Is a Monition of the Rhetorycall Composytion Vsed in That Sceane ... Interpreted By Iohn Palsgraue. [Impress. Lond.: In ædibus Tho. Berthel[eti] regii impressoris], 1540.

MLA Citation

Gnaphaeus, Gulielmus, and John Palsgrave. Ioannis Palsgraui Londoniensis, Ecphrasis Anglica in Comoediam Acolasti: The Comedye of Acolastus Translated Into Oure Englysshe Tongue, After Suche Maner As Chylderne Are Taught in the Grammer Schole, Fyrst Worde for Worde, As the Latyne Lyeth, and Afterwarde Accordynge to the Sence and Meanyng of the Latin Sentences ... With Admonitions Set Forth in the Margyn ... and Afore the Second Sceane of the Fyrst Acte, Is a Brefe Introductory to Haue Some General Knowledge of the Duyers Sortes of Meters Vsed of Our Auctour in This Comedy. And Afore Acolastus Balade Is Shewed of What Kyndes of Meters His Balade Is Made Of. And Afore the Syxte Sceane of the Fourthe Acte, Is a Monition of the Rhetorycall Composytion Vsed in That Sceane ... Interpreted By Iohn Palsgraue. [Impress. Lond.: In ædibus Tho. Berthel[eti] regii impressoris], 1540.

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