|a||Don Zara del Fogo: a Mock-Romance (1656).|
|b||Wit and Fancy in a Maze (1656).|
|c||Romanico Mastrix, or a Romance of Romances (1660).|
|d||The Spaniard: or, Don Zara del Fogo (London: W. Chetwood/ R. Francklin/ J. Roberts, 1719).|
"Mock-Romance" inspired by Don Quixote. Don Zara with his servant Soto riding out for adventures. Satire playing with allusions to classical poetry all enriched with numerous footnotes.