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Alexander and Campaspe is a single play, also known just as Campaspe. However, Gallathea and Midas are two separate plays, sometimes published in the same volume. Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit is sometimes published alone, and sometimes along with its sequel Euphues & his England.

Endymion 25 copies, 2 reviews
Mother Bombie 11 copies, 1 review
Campaspe 6 copies
Love's metamorphosis 6 copies, 1 review
English Renaissance Drama (Contributor) 194 copies, 1 review
The Standard Book of British and American Verse (Contributor) 90 copies, 1 review
Elizabethan Fiction (Contributor) 57 copies
Five Elizabethan Tragedies (Contributor) 41 copies
Five Elizabethan Comedies 38 copies, 1 review
Men And Women: The Poetry Of Love (Contributor) 7 copies
Early English Plays, 900-1600 (Contributor) 6 copies
The Maydes Metamorphosis (attributed author, some editions) 2 copies
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Disambiguation notice
Alexander and Campaspe is a single play, also known just as Campaspe. However, Gallathea and Midas are two separate plays, sometimes published in the same volume. Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit is sometimes published alone, and sometimes along with its sequel Euphues & his England.

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