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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Shirley, James, 1596-1666.
Dramatic works and poems of James Shirley.
London : Murray, 1833
|Named Person:||James Shirley; James Shirley|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Shirley; William Gifford; Alexander Dyce
|Description:||6 volumes : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. Some account of Shirley and his writings ; Commendatory verses on Shirley ; Love tricks, or, The school of complement ; The maid's revenge ; The brothers ; The witty fair one ; The wedding --
v. 2. The grateful servant ; The traitor ; Love's cruelty ; Love in a maze ; The bird in a cage ; Hyde park --
v. 3. The ball ; The young admiral ; The gamester ; The example ; The opportunity ; The coronation --
v. 4. The lady of pleasure ; The royal master ; The duke's mistress ; The doubtful heir ; St. Patrick for Ireland ; The constant maid ; The humorous courtier --
v. 5. The gentleman of Venice ; The politician ; The imposture ; The cardinal ; The sisters ; The court secret --
v. 6. Honoria and Mammon ; Chabot, admiral of France ; The Arcadia ; The triumph of peace ; A contention for honour and riches ; The triumph of beauty ; Cupid and death ; The contention of Ajax and Ulysses for the armour of Archilles ; Poems.
|Responsibility:||now first collected ; with notes by the late William Gifford ; and additional notes, and some account of Shirley and his writings by the Rev. Alexander Dyce.|