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MLA

Greene, Robert. Greenes Neuer Too Late: Both Parts. Sent to All Youthfull Gentlemen, to Roote Out the Infectious Follies, That Ouer-reaching Conceits Foster In the Spring Time of Their Youth. Desciphering In a True English History, Those Particular Vanities, That with Their Frostie Vapours, Nip the Blossomes of Euery Braine, From Attayning to His Intended Perfection. As Pleasant As Profitable, Being a Right Pumice Stone, Apt to Race Out Idlenesse with Delight, and Follie with Admonition. Rob. Greene, In Artibus Magister. At London: Printed [by Valentine Simmes] for Nicholas Ling, 1602.

APA

Greene, R. (1602). Greenes neuer too late: Both parts. Sent to all youthfull gentlemen, to roote out the infectious follies, that ouer-reaching conceits foster in the spring time of their youth. Desciphering in a true English history, those particular vanities, that with their frostie vapours, nip the blossomes of euery braine, from attayning to his intended perfection. As pleasant as profitable, being a right pumice stone, apt to race out idlenesse with delight, and follie with admonition. Rob. Greene, in artibus Magister. At London: Printed [by Valentine Simmes] for Nicholas Ling.

Chicago

Greene, Robert, Greenes Neuer Too Late: Both Parts. Sent to All Youthfull Gentlemen, to Roote Out the Infectious Follies, That Ouer-Reaching Conceits Foster In the Spring Time of Their Youth. Desciphering In a True English History, Those Particular Vanities, That with Their Frostie Vapours, Nip the Blossomes of Euery Braine, From Attayning to His Intended Perfection. As Pleasant As Profitable, Being a Right Pumice Stone, Apt to Race Out Idlenesse with Delight, and Follie with Admonition. Rob. Greene, In Artibus Magister. At London: Printed [by Valentine Simmes] for Nicholas Ling, 1602.