Author:George Gascoigne

George Gascoigne
English poet, soldier and unsuccessful courtier
George Gascoigne


  • The Divorce of a Lover
  • A hundreth Sundrie Floures bound up in one small Posie. Gathered partely (by translation) in the fyne outlandish Gardens of Euripides, Ovid, Petrarke, Ariosto and others; and partely by Invention out of our owne fruitfull Orchardes in Englande, Yelding Sundrie Savours of tragical, comical and moral discourse, bothe pleasaunt and profitable, to the well-smelling noses of learned Readers (1572)
  • Notes of Instruction, for making English verse (1575)
  • The Glasse of Government (1575)
  • The Steele Glasse (1576)
  • The Fruites of Warres (1575)
  • Gascoigne’s Voyage into Hollande (1575)
  • Pleasant Tale of Hemetes the Heremite (1575)
  • Certayne Notes of Instruction concerning the making of verse or ryme in English, written at the request of Master Edouardo Donati (1575)
  • A Remembrance of the wel-imployed life and godly end of George Gaskoigne, Esquire (1577)


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