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John Rainolds

(1549—1607) theologian and college head


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(1549–1607),

composed Latin lectures on Aristotle which contributed to the development of euphuism (see Euphues), and controversial works and Protestant apologetics. His part in a controversy over the lawfulness of acting plays produced his Th'Overthrow of Stage‐Playes (1599).

Subjects: Christianity.


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