Wylde’s Flancanade

Wylde is a quintessential Early Modern Englishman in that he overthinks and over-defines EVERYTHING. Seriously, most of the trouble I’ve had in working through this text is just trying to parse Wylde’s terminology. Nothing is crazy outrageous; he just is in the habit of giving an action several different names. As an example of this … Continue reading Wylde’s Flancanade