Anthony Mundy: An Elizabethan Man of Letters

Anthony Mundy: An Elizabethan Man of Letters

Anthony Mundy: An Elizabethan Man of Letters

Anthony Mundy: An Elizabethan Man of Letters

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Grateful acknowledgment is due to the officials of the Huntington Library, whose courtesy in permitting me the use of that magnificent collection has rendered possible the perusal of books elsewhere to be read only in the British Museum. For many helpful suggestions I have to thank Professors W. H. Durham, B. H. Lehman, G. R. Noyes, R. Schevill, and H. K. Schilling, all of the University of California; and, above all, Professor Willard Farnham, whose contagious enthusiasm first awakened my interest in Elizabethan literature, and whose thorough scholarship and sympathetic guidance have rendered possible this study.

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA C. T.

NOVEMBER, 1928 . . .

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