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The dramatic works of Thomas Dekker, now first collected with illustrative notes and a memoir of the author.

Author: Thomas Dekker; Richard Herne Shepherd
Publisher: London, J. Pearson, 1873.
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Dekker, Thomas, approximately 1572-1632.
Dramatic works of Thomas Dekker.
London, J. Pearson, 1873
(OCoLC)609426299
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Dekker; Richard Herne Shepherd
OCLC Number: 2067717
Notes: Reprinted from the original editions, with reproductions of original title-pages; edited by R.H. Shepherd.
The whore of Babylon. 1607. VVest-vvard hoe, by Thomas Decker and John Webster. 1607.-- v. 3. North-vvard hoe, by Thomas Decker and John Webster. 1607. The famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat, by Thomas Dickers and John Webster. 1607. The roaring girle. Or, Moll Cut-purse, by T. Middleton and T. Dekkar. London triumphing. 1612. If it be not good, the Diuel is in it. 1612.--v. 4. The virgin martir, by Philip Messenger and Thomas Deker. 1622. Brittania's honor. 1628. Londons tempe. Match mee in London. 1631. The wonder of a kingdome. 1636. The Sun's-darling, by John Foard and Tho. Decker. 1656. The witch of Edmonton, by William Rowley, Thomas Dekker, John Ford, &c. 1658.
Description: 4 volumes 19 cm
Contents: v. 1. Memoir of Thomas Dekker. The shoemakers holiday. Or The gentle craft, 1600. Old Fortunatus, 1600. Satiro-mastrix, 1602. The magnificent entertainment: giuen to King James. 1604.--v. 2. The honest whore. 1604. The second part of the honest whore. 1630.

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