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William Warner

Warner, William, 1558?–1609, English poet. A lawyer educated at Oxford, he wrote Pan his Syrinx (1584), translated Plautus's Menaechmi (1595), and gained a reputation with Albion's England, a long history in verse first published in 1586 and completed in a 16-book version published in 1612.

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