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Thomas Lodge
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Born in West Ham, London
Born in 1558
Died in 1625

Born 1558. Died 1625 - English dramatist, romance writer and poet.

Educated at Trinity College, Oxford. Wrote romances including his best known work Rosalynde (1590). Other works included The Wounds of the Civil War, A Looking-glass for London and England and a collection of poems. Went on expeditions to the Canaries and South America. Took a medical degree at Avignon, wrote Treatise of the Plague (1603).

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