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Author: Johns, William, b. 1644?
Title: The traitor to himself, or, Mans heart his greatest enemy a moral interlude in heroic verse, representing the careless, hardned [sic], returning, despairing, renewed heart : with intermaskes of intepretation [sic] at the close of each several act : as it was acted by the boys of a publick school at a breaking up, and published as it may be useful on like occasion.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The traitor to himself, or, Mans heart his greatest enemy a moral interlude in heroic verse, representing the careless, hardned [sic], returning, despairing, renewed heart : with intermaskes of intepretation [sic] at the close of each several act : as it was acted by the boys of a publick school at a breaking up, and published as it may be useful on like occasion.
Johns, William, b. 1644?

Oxford: Printed by L.L., and are to be sold by Edward Forrest ... and Hugh Keat ..., 1678.
Notes:
Attributed to William Johns. Cf. Nicoll, A. Hist. of Eng. drama, 1660-1900, 1961, v. 1, p. 415.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46897.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
THE PROLOGUE
ACTORS
play
ANTIMASKE
ACT I. SCENE I.
INTERMASKE
ACT. II.
INTERMASKE
ACT. III.
INTERMASKE.
ACT. IV.
INTERMASKE
ACT. V.
INTERMASKE
THE EPILOGUE.