Thomas Nashe: Additional Sources

Biography - NNDB
Genealogy - Rita Lamb
Timeline - Rita Lamb
Biography - Rita Lamb
Biography - Encyclopedia Britannica
Biography - Columbia Encyclopedia
Lichfield's "The Trimming of Thomas Nashe Gentleman" (1597) - Rita Lamb

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature
in 18 Volumes (1907–21).

Portrait of Nashe - Rita Lamb
Manuscript letter to William Cotton [273k]
Title-page to An Almond for a Parrat (1590) [177k]
Title-page to Christ's Teares Over Jerusalem (1593) [188k]
Title-page to Christ's Teares Over Jerusalem (1594) [192k]
Title-page to The Unfortunate Traveller (1594) [182k]
Another title-page to The Unfortunate Traveller (1594) [172k]
Title-page to Have With You to Saffron-walden (1596) [243k]
Title-page to Lenten Stuffe (1599) [55k]
Title-page to A Countercuffe giuen to Martin Iunior (1589) [50k]
Title-page to The Return of the Renowned Cavaliero (1589) [50k]
Title-page to The First Part of Pasquil's Apology (1590) [44k]
Title-page to Strange News (1592) [37k]
Title-page to Pierce Penniless (1592 A-Text) [46k]
Title-page to Pierce Penniless (1592 B-Text) [43k]
Title-page to Terrors of the Night (1594) [36k]
Title-page to The Anatomy of Absurdity (1598) [44k]

A Hyper-Concordance to the Works of Thomas Nashe - Nagoya University, Japan

Thomas Nashe Literature Map
The Critics on Nashe - Rita Lamb
Jonson's Epitaph on Nashe - Rita Lamb
SAC LitWeb Nashe Page - Roger Blackwell Bailey
Nash Family Genealogy Forum

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