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  William Bosworth or Boxworth; The Chaste and Lost Lovers or Arcadius and Sepha Leonard Lawrence; Arnalte and Lucenda  

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

IV. Lesser Caroline Poets.

§ 7. Nathaniel Whiting; Albino and Bellama.


Besides these, we have further, of the same kind, the Albino and Bellama (1637) of Nathaniel Whiting, a poem of more than four thousand lines in sixains, with strong inclination to the heroicomic, and with something of the greater clearness of tale-telling which the comic element often brings with it, but with a more vulgar tone than Kynaston’s;   15

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  William Bosworth or Boxworth; The Chaste and Lost Lovers or Arcadius and Sepha Leonard Lawrence; Arnalte and Lucenda  
 
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