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David Lindsay

(c. 1486—1555) writer and herald


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(c.1486–1555)

Scottish dramatist and courtier. His diplomatic missions to Europe in the 1530s and 1540s probably exposed him to French dramatic forms, notably the mock sermon, which he later incorporated ...

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