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Oliphant, E.H.C. (Ernest Henry Clark), 1862-1936.
Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher.
New Haven, Yale university press; London, H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1927
|Named Person:||Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher; Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E H C Oliphant; Oliver Baty Cunningham Memorial Publication Fund.; Elizabethan Club (Yale University)
|Notes:||"The present volume is the sixth work published by the Yale university press on the Oliver Baty Cunningham memorial publication fund."
"Published under the auspices of the Elizabethan club of Yale university."
|Description:||xv pages, 1 leaf, 553 pages : frontispiece, plates, portrait, facsimiles ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Plays by Fletcher alone: Bonduca. The chances. The faithful shepherdess. The humorous lieutenant. The island princess. The loyal subject. The mad lover. Monsieur Thomas. The pilgrim. Rule a wife. Valentinian. A wife for a month. The wild-goose chase. Wit without money. The women's prize. Women pleased --
Plays by Beaumont and Fletcher Alone: The Captain. A king and no king. The knight of the burning pestle. The maid's tragedy. The noble gentleman. Philaster. The scornful lady. The woman-hater --
Plays Wholly by Fletcher and Massinger: Barnavelt. The custom of the country. The double marriage. The elder brother. The false one. The little French lawyer. The lover's progress. The prophetess. The sea-voyage. The Spanish curate. A very woman --
Plays Wholly by Beaumont, Fletcher, and Massinger: Beggars' bush. The coxcomb. Thierry and Theodoret --
Plays in Which Shakespeare Was Concerned: Double falsehood. Henry VIII. Julius Ceasar. The two noble kinsmen --
Plays of Which Field Was Part-Author: Cupid's revenge. The faithful friends. Four plays in one. The honest man's fortune. The Knight of Malta. The Queen of Corinth --
The Remaining Plays in Which Beaumont Was Concerned: The birth of Merlin. Love's cure. Love's pilgrimage. The nice valour. Wit at several weapons --
The Remaining Plays in Which Beaumont Was Not Concerned: The bloody brother. The fair maid of the Inn. The laws of candy. The maid in the mill. The night-walker. The widow.
|Responsibility:||by E.H.C. Oliphant.|