Franklin

MLA

Greene, Robert. The Spanish Masquerado: Vvherein Vnder a Pleasant Deuise, Is Discouered Effectuallie, In Certaine Breefe Sentences and Mottos, the Pride and Insolencie of the Spanish Estate: with the Disgrace Conceiued by Their Losse, and the Dismaied Confusion of Their Troubled Thoughtes. Whereunto by the Author, for the Better Vnderstanding of His Deuice, Is Added a Breefe Glosse. By Robert Greene, In Artibus Magister. .. Printed at London: By Roger Ward, for Thomas Cadman, 1589.

APA

Greene, R. (1589). The Spanish masquerado: VVherein vnder a pleasant deuise, is discouered effectuallie, in certaine breefe sentences and mottos, the pride and insolencie of the Spanish estate: with the disgrace conceiued by their losse, and the dismaied confusion of their troubled thoughtes. Whereunto by the author, for the better vnderstanding of his deuice, is added a breefe glosse. By Robert Greene, in Artibus Magister. .. Printed at London: By Roger Ward, for Thomas Cadman.

Chicago

Greene, Robert, The Spanish Masquerado: Vvherein Vnder a Pleasant Deuise, Is Discouered Effectuallie, In Certaine Breefe Sentences and Mottos, the Pride and Insolencie of the Spanish Estate: with the Disgrace Conceiued by Their Losse, and the Dismaied Confusion of Their Troubled Thoughtes. Whereunto by the Author, for the Better Vnderstanding of His Deuice, Is Added a Breefe Glosse. By Robert Greene, In Artibus Magister. ... Printed at London: By Roger Ward, for Thomas Cadman, 1589.