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Thomas Nashe (1567–1601)

Nash, Thomas. An English satirical poet, dramatist, and novelist; born in Lowestoft, Suffolk, 1567; died in London, 1601. His ‘Anatomy of Absurdities’ (1589), a satire, was very successful; as were his ‘Return of Pasquil’ (1589), and ‘Pasquil’s Apology’ (1590). His best work was the romance called ‘The Unfortunate Traveler; or The Life of Jack Wilton’ (1594). ‘Summer’s Last Will and Testament’ (1600), a comedy, is known to students of literature.