George Peele

George Peele (1556-1596) was an English dramatist and poet during the Elizabethan era. He was educated at Oxford and became known for his pastoral and mythological plays, as well as his pageants and occasional poetry. Peele's works include 'The Arraignment of Paris', 'The Battle of Alcazar', and 'The Old Wives' Tale'. His writing is characterized by its lyrical quality and classical influences, and he is considered part of the group of preeminent playwrights of his time before the rise of Shakespeare.


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  1. 1. The Works of George Peele

    "The Works of George Peele" is a comprehensive collection of plays, poems, and prose written by the noted Elizabethan dramatist. The book showcases the author's wide-ranging talents, from his skill in dramatic storytelling to his command of poetic language. The collection includes famous works such as "The Battle of Alcazar" and "The Old Wives' Tale," providing a significant insight into the literary culture of the Elizabethan era.