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GEORGE GASCOIGNE
English poet
(1525? - 1577)

A boy is better unborn than untaught.
      - [Teaching]

Like to like.
      - Complaynt of Philomene [Comparison]

Sufficeth this to prove my theme withal,
  That every bullet hath a lighting place.
      - Dulce Bellum Inexpertis [War]

And castels buylt above in lofty skies,
  Which never yet had good foundation.
      - Steel Glass (p. 55), (Arber's reprint)
        [Imagination]

There's nobody at home
  But Jumping Joan,
    And father and mother and I.
      - Tale of Ieronimi [Home]

And mo the merier is a Prouerbe eke.
  [The more the merrier.]
      - Works (I, 64), (edited by Hazlitt)
        [Merriment]


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