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St_Orberose: the epistles collected at the end of the narrative are structured according to the instructions provided in De Conscribendis Epistolis. ‘Reading through the De Copia,’ Joel Altman observes, ‘one can recapture momentarily the excitement that a man like John Lyly must have

apangilinan: “Leadership is influence, nothing more nothing less.” - John Maxwell Whether or not your candidate is proclaimed, designated or titled, that person’s influence among who believe need not wane. “Nagsisimula pa lang tayo.” That disposition, regardless of position, truly leads.

nadeemakrampk: "Marriages are made in heaven and consummated on earth." John Lyly

shaynaa_mae: "Night hath a thousand eyes." - John Lyly.

b4borio: All is fair in love and war .. john lyly

weatherStorey: Marriages are made in heaven and consummated on earth. -- John Lyly

mks2011957: All is fair in love n war !! - John Lyly. Now new Mantra....... No place is pious in war !! - Vladimir Putin

lyly_woo: Wonwoo is John Darling?

vibes4gregjosef: dude (john lyly) wrote a didactic parable and named it “the anatomy of wit,” spare me you egotistical heathen. i bet he knows zero joe mama jokes

andykesson: Ok so in preparation for today's funding bid submission I went back over our recent online sharing of work-in-progress, and I have to tell you I am now obsessed with the gradations in footwear dimensions going from left to right in this video

LoopyLlewe: John Lyly wrote “All is fair in love and war” as humour. So why do we take this quote seriously?

mahtisboyenge: “All’s faire in love and war” - John Lyly

Temmpoh: The poet John Lyly wrote “The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.” This is heartbreaking and disgraceful from the bona fide War Criminal.

_5HARP3_: All is fair in love and war - John Lyly

shadester17: (Thurs., 03/31:) "Time draweth wrinkles in a fair face, but addeth fresh colors to a fast friend, which neither heat, nor cold, nor misery, nor place, nor destiny, can alter or diminish." John Lyly

techxni: gotta write a paper about john lyly but the thing I'm currently feeling best equipped to have a historiographic take on is the imposition of narrative from the first to the current season of ink master

jillstarr64: quasi-barbarians' and ‗wandering jews': the balfour declarationhttp://www.dissertations.wsu.edu › m rhett 052108PDF 42 John Lyly, ―Euphues,‖ as quoted in Jeremy Paxman, The English: A Portrait of a ... constant relationship with God, fellow man, and him/herself, ...

plastic_bio: I cast before the Moone. - John Lyly

Ed_Shakes1: ST uses "plague" and "enemy" to describe the philosophy to which he is violently opposed, though that philosophy only seems to be one of sensibility to suffering, of the kind that came to be called Euphuism, after John Lyly's influential plays of the 1580s.

Will_Pove: Reading update: 1) When I realized there's a whole other long part to The Anatomy of Melancholy by Robert Burton, I immediately became melancholic. 2) Discovered what seems to be a cool book called The Euphues: Anatomy of Wit by John Lyly.

MelodyC16164899: Did you know? all's fair in love and war The origins of this idiom came from John Lyly, a poet, who wrote “The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.” It is often used to justify cheating.

volgzwijn: All is fair in love and war ~ John Lyly's Euphues

cam5442: All the ppl complaining about “it’s illegal”..I’m pretty sure war is illegal. How many ppl are probably dead right now because of Putin? So how is Lindsey Graham wrong? Putin is literally going to nuke everyone “The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.” -John Lyly

CardanoCubano: “The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war." - John Lyly

muqta_: But dear, all is fair in love and war, John Lyly said afar.

carylloper: Love is made in heaven and consummated on earth ~ John Lyly

Suzanne08253534: Katharine Hepburn, senior at Bryn Mawr, in costume as “Pandora” in a 1928 outdoor production of John Lyly’s comedy The Woman in the Moon.

BeyondShakes: What play were we reading recently? Oh look, it's Midas by John Lyly

weatherStorey: Be valiant, but not too venturous. Let thy attire be comely, but not costly. -- John Lyly

WashedMhG: John Lyly writes Euphues:

donatusphili: "All is fair in love and war", a proverb attributed to John Lyly's Euphues.

btstranslation7: insta story 220129 | rkive 1. listening to "lungs," by mesani (link:

devotedcitizen: "All is fair in love and war" John Lyly's Euphues Nothing is too far not even Mars.

dougzhotmess: "Long quaffing maketh a short life." - John Lyly, 'Euphues'

weatherStorey: Be valiant, but not too venturous. Let thy attire be comely, but not costly. -- John Lyly

KongFont: "Beauty is power; a smile is its sword." - John Ray Provide you many fonts that ready to use

Trieten3: To love and to live well is wished of many, but incident to few. JOHN LYLY

Cj221B: John Lyly had it right nothing is fair in love and war.

patrickkincaid: My beautiful alma mater. I remember when this arch was the temple in our production of John Lyly’s Galatea.

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ardentsaviorops: Senior citizens might object to this proverb popularized by John Lyly in the play Mother Bombie 8286ac0e4777ecc2

p_monge858: Sapho and Phao John Lyly.

TheKapokKid: The head says John Lyly but the heart says Shakespeare.

BanDrooks: John Lyly hitting on the exact register of teen girl fan fiction here

MitchWagner: Katharine Hepburn, then a senior at Bryn Mawr, in costume as “Pandora” for an outdoor production of John Lyly’s comedy The Woman in the Moon, 1928

doctorow: Katharine Hepburn, then a senior at Bryn Mawr, in costume as “Pandora” for an outdoor production of John Lyly’s comedy The Woman in the Moon, 1928

StarCinema: Here's the official trailer of the much-awaited Donny Pangilinan-Belle Mariano film, "Love Is Color Blind," directed by John Leo D. Garcia. Streaming starts Dec. 10, 10AM, on iWantTFC,

101mystic: Today I learned about John Lyly. A man writing weird queer plays 10 years before Shakespeare.

carylloper: Love is made in heaven and consummated on earth ~ John Lyly

ToiletGuru: John Lyly, who died OTD in 1606, was best known during his lifetime for his books but today is best remembered for his plays; he was known at Oxford as "a noted wit"

MrTaofeeqAzeez: "All is Fair in Love and War" - John Lyly's Euphues -

aqua_ask: "All is fair in love and war, John Lyly". NO, IT'S NOT.

aqua_ask: "All's fair in love and war, John Lyly". NO, IT IS NOT.

botthistweet: Marriages are made in heaven and consummated on Earth. ~John Lyly

amaenad: Now heading zoomwards to read some cross-dressing hijinx by John Lyly, which is the kind of thing you could also do if you joined us *whispers* join ussssss…

KaitlinDKT: Ran out of the back catalogue of a bunch of my fave podcasts, but if you enjoy learning about early modern/renaissance hist and you are into critical approaches to history —> Not Just The Tudors is so good. Esp into the ep on John Lyly and Islam & the Elizabethans.

John__Phipps: Cheers to my editors at Spec for not subbing 'euphemism' for 'euphuism'. John Lyly did not labour in vain.

Bhabani459: " Marriages are made in heaven and consummated in earth. " - John Lyly-

Bhabani901: " Marriages are made in heaven and consummated in earth. " - John Lyly-

dmit131: Poem of the Day 19 October 2021 - Sapho’s Song BY JOHN LYLY Cruel Love! on thee I lay My curse, which shall strike blind the day: Never may sleep with velvet hand Charm thine eyes with sacred wand; Thy jailors shall be hopes and fears, Thy...

BroadwayWorldLA: Catch John Lyly's Gallathea, Presented by The City of West Hollywood and Infinite Jest Theatre Company

queenofbithynia: THE DARK SONATA has some good amnesia business & a nice line in casual cruelty ("I'm really happy being a musicologist. I've adjusted beautifully") & a convincing description of a woman falling in love with (& by!) a man! yes, knowing about john lyly IS "what love is all about"

PeakGrauniad: We've obviously reached peak john lyly.

tikko_cardiff: According to John Lyly's Euphues " All is fair in love and war". Someone came on a game show, played a strategy that didn't adversely affect anyone and won the heart of many. However some of you think he doesn't deserve it. You that deserves it, go and collect the money now

RaspiArduino: Be valiant, but not too venturous. Let thy attire be comely, but not costly. -- John Lyly

eelia_faustus: Are you familiar with the quote by John Lyly about wine and vinegar? Turn it the other way round and you have them and I live for that shit.

ChisomIzu: The soft droppes of raine perce the hard Marble many strokes overthrow the tallest Oke. ~ John Lyly

RollingStone: Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Billie Eilish and BTS are among the performers donating their time for the event, which seeks to demand accountability from world leaders on issues of poverty, climate change and the Covid-19 vaccine

MarkSav23240868: “It is far more seemly to have thy Studie full of Bookes, than thy Purse full of money.” ― John Lyly

MansaGhost: “The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.”- John Lyly

andykesson: Compare John Lyly's Galatea, where characters invite one another to get into the grove.

FreedomFriesInc: The way we tolerate cowardly leaders is perhaps our biggest problem. You can tell a courageous leader by the unpopular things they do that are right for the country. "All's fair in love and war." - John Lyly (1553-1606)

TazSmokeyQuartz: John Lyly 1554-1606 summed this observation of life well relating it to whiskey barrels. The loud boasters seeking to impress by superiority, strengths & conquests are truly lost causes whilst those whom were happy in their own lives quietly live them without approval required!

TrueSamanvay: John Lyly: Everything is fair in love and war. Indian: Absolutely! I fall in love only with fair people.

Marechtare1: All is fair in love and war. The origins of this idiom came from John Lyly, a poet, who wrote "The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war". Patriots need to be more clever and perhaps less civil ~~ Michelle Darnell I agree 100%, we are fighting evil!!

Bumblebpete: The tongue is the ambassador of the heart. John Lyly (ca. 1554–1606)

carylloper: Love is made in heaven and consummated on earth ~ John Lyly

greenleejw: Some iffy friendship advice for you, from a 1580 book by John Lyly: Just as "Eeles cannot be held in a wet hand yet are stayed with a bitter Figge leafe, so friends that are slipperye & wauering...are not kept with faire and smooth talke, but with rough & sharpe taunts."

wingsnthings13: Check out The Complete Works of John Lyly by R. Warwick Bond 1967 HC 3 Volume Set Oxford

BigArabicMary: “All is fair in love and war” -John Lyly’s

RusthumRussso: He that loseth his honesty hath nothing else to lose. ~ John Lyly

RusthumRussso: The true measure of life is not length, but honesty. ~ John Lyly

VideoQuotes1: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

VideoQuotes1: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

RMPICS_twt: I’ll never get tired of the Elton John line

jsief: high pithy praise from John Dover Wilson for Feuillerat’s John Lyly edition (circa 1910)

St_Orberose: "Largely unknown to readers today, Sir Philip Sidney’s sixteenth-century pastoral romance Arcadia was long considered one of the finest works of prose fiction in the English language." John Lyly, is that you?

zaddyefronstan: how has lyly never seen what would you do with john quinones

St_Orberose: Why do people associate Baroque prose with the 17th century when its characteristics are likewise found in John Lyly, Saint Augustine, Cicero, Gorgias, al-Hariri, Plautus, Petronius, Apuleius, Lucian? Isn't "baroque" just how people wrote for 2000 years?

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

WritingsRomance: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

UnixFortuneBot: Be valiant, but not too venturous. Let thy attire be comely, but not costly. -- John Lyly

ThakurNSG: The situation I am in right now reminds me of John Lyly's famous lines, "Everything is fair in love and war".

VideoQuotes1: “Marriages are made in Heaven and consummated on Earth.” John Lyly

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