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Lyly, euphuism and a history of non-reading (1632–1905)
Andy Kesson

, unmannered, unadorned, or, indeed, so-called ‘manly’? 100 Thus when Lionel Johnson insisted of Pater that ‘his Euphuism, if that be not too suspect a word, was no dreamy toying with rich and strange expressions’, he acknowledged that for many of his readers euphuism was indeed thought to be something rich

in John Lyly and Early Modern Authorship