Author:George Peele

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George Peele

English dramatist and poet.


  • Bathsheba's Song
  • A farewell Entituled to the famous and fortunate generalls of our English forces: Sir Iohn Norris & Syr Frauncis Drake Knights, and all theyr braue and resolute followers. VVhereunto is annexed: a tale of Troy. Doone by George Peele, Maister of Artes in Oxforde. (1589)
  • Descensus Astraeae (1591)
  • The Arraignment of Paris (1584)
  • The Chronicle History of Edward I. (1593)
  • The Battle of Alcazar (1594)
  • The Old Wives Tale (1595)
  • David and Bethsabe (1599)
  • Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes (1599)

Works about Peele[edit]

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