Thomas Lodge , the son of a Lord Mayor of London, was an English writer and author during the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.Biography Thomas Lodge, born about 1558 in West Ham, was the second son of Sir Thomas Lodge, Lord Mayor of London, and his third wife Anne , daughter of Henry Luddington a grocer in London. He was educated at Merchant Taylors' School and Trinity College, Oxford; taking his BA in 1577 and MA in 1581. In 1578 he entered Lincoln's Inn, where, as in the other Inns of Court, a love of letters and a crop of debts were common.Source: Wikipedia
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