George Peele (born in London and baptized 25 July 1556 – buried 9 November 1596), was an English dramatist.
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... Peele belonged to the group of university scholars who, in Greene's phrase, "spent their wits in making playes." Greene went on to say that he was "in some things rarer, in nothing inferior," to ... dramatic diction, and for the new smoothness infused into blank verse, must certainly be shared by Peele ... The most familiar parts of Peele's work are, however, the delightful songs in his plays—from The Old Wives' Tale and The Arraignment of Paris, and the song "A Farewell to Arms ...
... attributed to Nicholas Udall 1566 George Gascoigne - Supposes 1567 John Pickering - Horestes 1568 Ulpian Fulwell - Like Will to Like 1573 Torquato Tasso - Aminta 1582 Giovanni Battista Guarini - Il pastor fido 1584 ...
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