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BIBLIOGRAPHIES

GENERAL WORKS ON THE ELIZABETHAN DRAMA

REGISTER OF THE STATIONERS' COMPANY, 1554-1640. Transcript by E. Arber. 5 vols. 1875–94.
HENSLOWE'S DIARY. Ed. W. W. Greg. 2 vols. 1904.

COLLIER (J. P.), History of English Dramatic Poetry. New ed. 3 vols. 1879.

FLEAY (F. G.), Biographical Chronicle of the English Drama, 1559–1642. 2 vols. 1891.

FLEAY (F. G.), A Chronicle History of the London Stage, 1890.

WARD (A. W.), History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne. 2d ed. 3 vols. 1899.

GREG (W. W.), A List of English Plays written before 1643 and printed before 1700. Bibliographical Society. 1900.

CREIZENACH (W.), Geschichte des neueren Dramas. Vols. I-IV. Halle, 1893-1909.

THORNDIKE (A. H.), Tragedy. Boston, 1908.

SCHELLING (F. E.), Elizabethan Drama. Boston, 1908.

HAZLITT (W.), Lectures on the Dramatic Poets of the Age of Elizabeth, in Works, ed. Waller and Glover, vol. VI., 1903.

LAMB (C.), Specimens of English Dramatic Poets. Ed. Gollancz (I.), 2 vols. 1908.

COLERIDGE (S. T.), Literary Remains, vol. II., 1836.

SYMONDS (J. A.), Shakespere's Predecessors in the English Drama. 1881.

LOWELL (J. R.), The Old English Dramatists, 1892.

SWINBURNE (A. C.), The Age of Shakespeare, 1908.

The Cambridge History of English Literature, vols. v and vI. Cambridge, 1910.

The Dictionary of National Biography (for lives of the dramatists)."

JOHN LYLY

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Campaspe, 1584. Sapho and Phao, 1584. Endymion, 1591. Gallathea, 1592. Midas, 1592. Mother Bom bie, 1594. The Woman in the Moon, 1597. Love's Metamorphosis, 1601.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Blount (E.), Six Court Comedies, 1632. — Fairholt (F. W.), 2 vols., 1858. — Bond (R. W.), 3 vols., Ox ford, 1902.

Ed. Baker (G. P.), New York, 1894.

ENDYMION

CRITICISM, etc. 1

Child (C. G.), John Lyly and Euphuism, in Münchener Beiträge, vII, Erlangen and Leipzig, 1894. Halpin (N. J.), Oberon's Vision in M. N. Dream, illustrated by comparison with Lyly's Endymion, [Old] Shakespeare Soc. Pub. 1843. - Long (P. W.), The Purport of Lyly's Endymion, Pub. Mod. Lang. Ass. Amer., XXIV., 1909. — Feuillerat (A.), John Lyly, Cambridge, 1910. - Brooke (C. F. T.), The Allegory in Lyly's Endymion, Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan. 1911.

GEORGE PEELE

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Arraignment of Paris, 1584. Edward I, 1593. Battle of Alcazar, 1594. Old Wives Tale, 1595. David and Bethsabe, 1599.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Dyce (A.), 3 vols. 1828-39; 1861, 1879. - Bullen (A. H.), 2 vols. 1888.

OLD WIVES TALE

Ed. Gummere (F. B.), in Gayley's Representative English Comedies, 1903. — Greg (W. W.), in Malone Society Reprints, 1907.

1 Critical and biographical articles contained in the General Works listed above, or in collected editions, or in editions of separate plays, are not repeated in this paragraph.

CRITICISM, etc.

Lämmerhirt (R.), George Peele, Untersuchungen über sein Leben und seine Werke. Rostock, 1882. Bayley (A. R.), Peele as a Dramatic Artist. The Oxford Point of View, 15 Feb. 1903. — Odell (G. C.), Peele as a Dramatist. The Bibliographer, vol. II., 1903.

ROBERT GREENE

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Orlando Furioso, 1594; 1599. Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, 1594; 1599; 1630; 1655. James the Fourth, 1598. Alphonsus of Aragon, 1599. A Looking Glass for London and England (with Lodge), 1594.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Dyce (A.), 2 vols. 1831; 1861, 1879. - Grosart (A. B.), 15 vols. 1881-6.-Collins (J. C.), 2 vols. Oxford, 1905. Dickinson (T. A.), six plays in Mermaid Series, 1909.

FRIAR BACON AND FRIAR BUNGAY

Ed. Manly (J. M.), in Specimens of Pre-Shakespearean Drama, Boston, 1897-8. — Ward (A. W.), in Old English Drama, Oxford, 1878; New ed. 1901. — Gayley (C. M.), in Representative English Comedies, 1903.

CRITICISM, etc.

Conrad (H.), Robert Greene als Dramatiker, in Shak. Jahrbuch, XXIX., 1894. — Ehrke (K.), Robert Greene's Dramen, 1904.- Woodberry (G.), Greene's Place in Comedy, in Gayley's Representative English Comedies, 1903. — Ritter (O.), De Rob. Greeni Fabula, Fr. Bacon et Fr. Bungay, Thorn, 1886.

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Tamburlaine the Great (parts i and ii), 1590; 1592; part i, 1605; part ii, 1606. Dr. Faustus, 1604; 1609; 1616; 1619; 1620; 1624; 1631; 1663. The Jew of Malta, 1633. Edward II, 1594; 1598; 1612; 1622. The Massacre at Paris, n. d. Dido, Queen of Carthage (with Nashe), 1594.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Robinson (G.), 3 vols. 1826. - Dyce (A.), 3 vols., 1850, 1858; 1 vol., 1865, 1876. — Cunningham (F.), 1871. -Bullen (A. H.), 3 vols., 1884-5. · Breymann (H.), and Wagner (A.), 1885-9. — Ellis (H.), five plays in Mermaid Series, 1887. Brooke (C. F. T.), 1 vol., Oxford, 1910.

TAMBURLAINE

Ed. Vollmöller (K.), Heilbronn, 1885.

DR. FAUSTUS

Ed. Wagner (W.), 1877. - · Ward (A. W.), in Old English Drama, Oxford, new ed. 1891.- Gollancz, (I.), in Temple Dramatists, 1897.

THE JEW OF MALTA

Ed. Thayer (W. R.), in Best Elizabethan Plays, Boston, 1890.

EDWARD II

Ed. Wagner (W.), Hamburg, 1871.- Fleay (F. G.), 1873, 1877. — Tancock (O. W.), Oxford, 1879, 1899.Verity (A. W.), in Temple Dramatists, 1896. — McLaughlin (E. T.), New York, 1894.

CRITICISM, etc.

Ingram (J. H.), Christopher Marlowe and his Associates, 1904, q. v. for further bibliography. — Tzschaschel (C.), Marlowe's Edward II und seine Quelle, Halle, 1902.

THOMAS KYD

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Cornelia, 1594, 1595. The Spanish Tragedy, 1592 (?), 2d ed. n. d., 1594, 1599; with additions, 1602, 1610, 1615, 1618, 1623, 1633. The First Part of Jeronimo, 1605. Soliman and Perseda, 1599.

Boas (F. S.), Oxford, 1901.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

THE SPANISH TRAGEDY

Ed. Manly (J. M.), in Specimens, vol. II., 1897-8. Schick (J.), in Temple Dramatists, 1898. Markscheffel (K.), in Litterarhist. Forsch., Berlin, 1901.

CRITICISM, etc.

Sarrazin (G.), Thomas Kyd und sein Kreis, Berlin, 1892. (Cf. Schick in Herrig's Archiv, xc.; Koeppel in Englische Studien, XVIII. 125.) — Bang (W.), Engl. Stud. XXVIII. 229. — Brereton (J. LeG.), Notes on the text of Kyd, Engl. Stud., xxxvII. — Crawford (C.), Concordance to the Works of T. Kyd, in Bang's Materialien, Louvain, 1909.

GEORGE CHAPMAN

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

The Blind Beggar of Alexandria, 1598. A Humorous Day's Mirth, 1599. All Fools, 1605. Monsieur D'Olive, 1606. The Gentleman Usher, 1606. Bussy D'Ambois, 1607, 1608, 1641, 1646, 1657. The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron, 1608. May-Day, 1611. The Widow's Tears, 1612. The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois, 1613. Pompey and Cæsar, 1631, 1653. Alphonsus of Germany (?), 1654. Revenge for Honour, 1654. Chabot, Admiral of France (with Shirley), 1639.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Pearson (J.), 1873.- Shepherd (R. H.), 3 vols., 1874; 1889. Phelps (W. L.), five plays in Mermaid
Series, 1895.
BUSSY D'AMBOIS

Ed. Boas (F. S.), in Belles Lettres Series, Boston, 1906.

CRITICISM, etc.

Coleridge (S. T.), Literary Remains, 1. 259, 1836.- Koeppel (E.), Quellenstudien zu Dramen George Chapman's, etc., in Quellen und Forschungen, LXXXII., Strassburg, 1897. — Parrott (T. M.), Notes on the Text of Chapman's Plays, Anglia, xxx., 1907. Stoll (E. E.), On the Dates of Some of Chapman's Plays, Mod. Lang. Notes, xx., 1905.

BEN JONSON

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Every Man Out of his Humour, 1600. Every Man in his Humour, 1601 (S. R. 1600). Cynthia's Revels, 1601. The Poetaster, 1602 (S. R. 1601). Sejanus, 1605 (S. R. 1604). Volpone, 1607. The Case is Altered, 1606. Catiline, 1611. The Alchemist, 1612 (S. R. 1610). Epicoene, or The Silent Woman, 1609 (?), 1612 (?), (Acted 1609; S. R. 1610), Fol. 1616. The New Inn, 1631 (Acted 1629). Bartholomew Fair, 1631 (Acted 1614). The Devil is an Ass, 1631 (Acted 1616). The Staple of News, 1631 (Acted 1625). The Magnetic Lady, 1640 (S. R. 1632). A Tale of a Tub, 1640 (S. R. 1633). The Sad Shepherd, 1640. Mortimer, his Fall, 1640.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

First Folio, 1616. — Second Folio, 1640.- - Whalley (P.), 7 vols., 1756. - Gifford (W.), 9 vols., 1816.Cunningham (F.), rep. of Gifford, 1871, 1875. — Morley (H.), Plays and Poems of Ben Jonson, 1885. — Herford (C. H.), and Nicholson (B.), 3 vols. in Mermaid Series, 1893-4. - Bang (W.), Reprints from Folios and Quartos in his Materialien; in process. - Eight of the plays have appeared in Yale Studies in English, 1903-8. A new edition by Herford (C. H.) and Simpson (P.) is announced, Oxford.

EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMOUR

Rep. from Q. of 1601 by Grabau (C.), Shakespeare Jahrbuch, XXXVIII., 1903; and by Bang (W.) and Greg (W. W.), in Bang's Materialien, XI, 1905.- Wheatley (H. B.), 1877.-Dixon (W. M.), in Temple Dramatists, 1905.

VOLPONE

Ed. Wilkins (H. B.), New York, 1905, in Yale Studies in English.

THE ALCHEMIST

Ed. Thayer (W. R.), Boston, 1890, in Best Elizabethan Plays. - Hathaway (C. H.), New York, 1903, in Yale Studies in English. — Hart (H. C.), 1903, in The King's Library. - Schelling (F. E.), Boston, 1903, in Belles Lettres Series.

CRITICISM, etc.

Castelain (M.), Ben Jonson : l'Homme et l'Euvre, Paris, 1907. — Koeppel (E.), Quellenstudien zu den Dramen Ben Jonson's, etc., in Münchener Beiträge, XI., Erlangen and Leipzig, 1895. - Swinburne (A. C.), A Study of Ben Jonson, 1889. — Symonds (J. A.), Ben Jonson, 1886. — Woodbridge (E.), Studies in Jonson's Comedy, Boston, 1898.

THOMAS DEKKER

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

The Shoemakers' Holiday, 1600, 1610, 1618, 1631, 1657. Old Fortunatus, 1600. Satiro-mastix, 1602. The Honest Whore, part i, 1604, 1605, 1615, 1616, 1635. The Whore of Babylon, 1607. If it be not Good, the Devil is in it, 1612. The Honest Whore, part ii, 1630. Match me in London, 1631. A Wonder of a Kingdom, 1636. Patient Grisel (with Chettle and Haughton), 1603. Westward Ho! (with Webster), 1607. Northward Ho! (with Webster), 1607. Sir Thomas Wyatt (with Webster), 1607. The Witch of Edmonton (with W. Rowley and Ford), 1658. The Roaring Girl (with Middleton), 1611. The Virgin Martyr (with Massinger), 1622.

Pearson (J.), 4 vols., 1873.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Rhys (E.), five plays in Mermaid Series, 1895.

THE SHOEMAKERS' HOLIDAY

Ed. Fritsche (H.), Thorn, 1862.- Warnke (K.) and Proescholdt (L.), Halle, 1886.

CRITICISM, etc.

Swinburne (A. C.), Thomas Dekker, The Nineteenth Century, Jan. 1887. -Stoll (E. E.), The Influence of Jonson on Dekker, Mod. Lang. Notes, XXI.

JOHN MARSTON

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Antonio and Mellida, 1602. Antonio's Revenge, 1602. The Dutch Courtesan, 1605. Parasitaster, or The Fawn, 1606. The Wonder of Women, or Sophonisba, 1606. What you Will, 1607. The Insatiate Countess, 1613. The Malcontent (with Webster), 1604. Eastward Hoe! (with Chapman and Jonson), 1605.

Plays. 1633.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Halliwell [-Phillipps] (J. O.), 3 vols., 1856. —Bullen (A. H.), 3 vols., 1887.
CRITICISM, etc.

Koeppel (E.), Quellenstudien zu den Dramen Ben Jonson's, John Marston's, etc. Münchener Beiträge, XI., Erlangen and Leipzig, 1895. — Swinburne (A. C.) in Nineteenth Century, XXIV, 1888. -Wurzbach (W. von), in Shak. Jahrbuch, XXXIII, 1897.-Stoll (E. E.), John Webster, chap. ii, sect. ii, Boston, 1905. Stoll (E. E.), Shakspere, Marston and the Malcontent Type, in Modern Philology, III., 1906.— Aronstein (P.), Marston als Dramatiker, Eng. Studien, xx.

THOMAS HEYWOOD

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

Edward the Fourth, parts i and ii, 1600. If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody, part i, 1605; part ii, 1606. A Woman Killed with Kindness, 1607, 1617. The Rape of Lucrece, 1608. The Four Prentices of London, 1615; rev. 1632. The Fair Maid of the West, part i, 1631; part ii, 1631. The Golden Age, 1610. The Silver Age, 1613. The Brazen Age, 1613. The Iron Age, part i, 1632; part ii, 1632. The English Traveller, 1633. A Maidenhead Well Lost, 1634. A Challenge for Beauty, 1636. The Royal King and the Loyal Subject, 1637. The Wise Woman of Hogsdon, 1638. Love's Mistress, 1636. The Late Lancashire Witches (with Brome), 1634. Fortune by Land and Sea (with W. Rowley), 1655.

COLLECTED EDITIONS

Pearson's Reprint, 6 vols., 1874.- Verity (A. W.), five plays in Mermaid Series, 1888.

A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS

Ed. Collier (J. P.), in Shak. Soc. Pub., 1850. - Ward (A. W.), in Temple Dramatists, 1897. —Cox (F. J.), 1907.

BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER

ORIGINAL EDITIONS OF SINGLE PLAYS BY BOTH AUTHORS

The Woman Hater (probably by Beaumont alone), 1607, 1648, 1649. The Knight of the Burning Pestle, 1613, 1835. Cupid's Revenge, 1615, 1630, 1635. The Scornful Lady, 1616, 1625, 1630, 1635, 1639, 1651, 1677, 1691, 1695. A King and No King, 1619, 1625, 1631, 1639, 1655, 1661, 1676, 1693. The Maid's Tragedy, 1619, 1622, 1630,

1638, 1641, 1650, 1661, 1686. Philaster, 1620, 1622, 1630, 1634, 1639, 1651, 1652 (2 edd.), 1660 (?), 1687. Thierry and Theodoret, 1621, 1648, 1649.

ORIGINAL EDITIONS OF SINGLE PLAYS BY FLETCHER ALONE

The Faithful Shepherdess, n. d. (prob. 1609), 1629, 1634, 1656, 1665. Henry VIII (with Shakespeare), in Shakespeare Folio of 1623. The Two Noble Kinsmen (with Shakespeare), 1634. The Elder Brother, 1637, 1651, 1661, 1678. Wit Without Money, 1639, 1661. Monsieur Thomas, 1639. The Bloody Brother, 1639, 1640. Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, 1696, 1697. The Night-Walker, 1640, 1661. The Wild-Goose Chase, 1652. The Humorous Lieutenant, 1830 (from a MS. dated 1625).

FIRST FOLIO EDITION OF BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER'S PLAYS (1647)

The Mad Lover. The Spanish Curate. The Little French Lawyer. The Custom of the Country. The Noble Gentleman. The Captain.* The Beggar's Bush. The Coxcomb. The False One. The Chances. The Loyal Subject. The Laws of Candy. The Lover's Progress. The Island Princess. The Humorous Lieutenant. The Nice Valour, or The Passionate Madman. The Maid in the Mill. The Prophetess. Bonduca. The Sea Voyage. The Double Marriage. The Pilgrim. The Knight of Malta. The Woman's Prize, or The Tamer Tamed. Love's Cure, of The Martial Maid.* The Honest Man's Fortune. The Queen of Corinth. Women Pleased. A Wife for a Month. Wit at Several Weapons.* Valentinian. The Fair Maid of the Inn. Love's Pilgrimage. The Masque at the Marriage of the Prince and Princess Palatine of the Rhine. Four Plays in One.*

(Plays followed by an asterisk are believed to be in part by Beaumont: the rest by Fletcher.)

COLLECTED EDITIONS

First Folio, 1647. Fifty Comedies and Tragedies (Second Folio), 1679. -- Works of B. and F. (pub. Tonson), 7 vols., 1711.-Theobald, Seward, and Sympson, 10 vols., 1750. — - Colman (G.), 10 vols., 1778. -- Colman (G.), (with Jonson's Works), 4 vols., 1811; (without Jonson) 3 vols., 1811.- Weber (H.), 14 vols. Edin. 1812. - Darley (G.), 2 vols., 1839 (text of Weber). - Dyce (A,), 11 vols., 1843-6; 2 vols., Boston, 1852. -Strachey (J. St. L.), in Mermaid Series, ten plays in 2 vols., 1887. — Bullen (A. H.), General editor of Variorum edition by various editors, 12 vols., 1904, (in process). — Glover (A.) and Waller (A. R.), in Cambridge English Classics, 10 vols., 1905. (In process, Text of folio of 1679 with collations of other edd.)

THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE

Ed. Morley (H.) in Burlesque Plays and Poems, Universal Library, 1885.- Moorman (F. W.), in Temple Dramatists, 1898. - Murch (H. S.), in Yale Studies in English, New York, 1908.- Alden (R. M.), in Belies Lettres Series, Boston, 1910.

PHILASTER

Ed. Thayer (W. R.), in Best Elizabethan Plays, Boston, 1890.— Boas (F. S.), in Temple Dramatists, 1898. -Thorndike (A. H.), in Belles Lettres Series, Boston, 1906.

THE MAID'S TRAGEDY

Ed. Thorndike (A. H.), in Belles Lettres Series, Boston, 1906. -Cox (F. J.), 1908.

THE FAITHFUL SHEPHERDESS

Ed. Moorman (F. W.), in Temple Dramatists, 1897. - Fletcher (J. B.), in Belles Lettres Series, announced.

CRITICISM, etc.

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Koeppel (E.), Quellenstudien zu den Dramen Beaumont's and Fletcher's, in Münchener Beiträge, XI. 1895. -Leonhardt (B.), Ucber B. and F.'s Knight of the Burning Pestle, Annaberg, 1885. Cf. also Anglia, VIII. 424; XIX. 34; XIX. 509; XXIII. 14; in Engl. Studien, XII. 307; 1885-1903. Macaulay (G. C.), Francis Beaumont, a critical study, 1883. - Hatcher (O. L.), John Fletcher, a study in dramatic method, Chicago, 1905. - Swinburne (A. C.), Beaumont and Fletcher, in Studies in Prose and Poetry, 1894. Thorndike (A. H.), Influence of B. and F. on Shakespeare, Worcester, Mass., 1901. - Greg (W. W.), Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral Drama, London, 1906.

JOHN WEBSTER

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

The White Devil, 1612. The Duchess of Malfi, 1623, 1640, 1678. The Devil's Law-case, 1623. Appius and Virginia, 1654. A Cure for a Cuckold (with W. Rowley), 1661. The Thracian Wonder (with W. Rowley), 1661. Induction to The Malcontent, 1604.

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