Author:John Heywood

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John Heywood
English writer known for plays, poems and a collection of proverbs
John Heywood



  • The Playe called the foure PP; a newe and a very mery interlude of a palmer, a pardoner, a potycary, a pedler (not dated)
  • The Play of the Wether, a new and a very mery interlude of all maner of Wethers (1532)
  • The Play of Love (1533)
  • The Dialogue of Wit and Folly
  • The Mery Play between the Pardoner and the Frere, the Curate and Neybour Pratte (1533)
  • The Mery Play betwene Johan Johan the Husbande, Tyb the Wyfe, and Syr Jhan the Preest (1533)
  • A dialogue of the effectual proverbs in the English tongue concerning marriage (1906), edited by John S. Farmer


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