A humanist's "trew imitation": Thomas Watson's Absalom; a critical edition and translation [by] John Hazel Smith.
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Bale, John, 1495-1563.
Smith, John Hazel, 1928-
Absalom, son of David -- Drama.
David, King of Israel -- Drama.
Illinois studies in language and literature ; v. 52.
293 p. facsims. 23 cm.
Text from the only known copy, Stowe MS. 957, in the British Museum, issued without an authoritative title, but usually listed as David and Absalom.
Latin and English.
Sometimes attributed to John Bale.
Bibliography: p. 283-293.
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