|←Author Index: To||Cyril Tourneur
|An English dramatist|
- The Transformed Metamorphosis (1600), an obscure satire
- The Revenger's Tragedy (doubtful attributed to Tourneur - now generally believed to be by Thomas Middleton)(1607)
- A Funeralt Poeme Upon the Death of the Most Worthie and True Soldier, Sir Francis Vere, Knight.. (1609)
- The Atheist's Tragedy (1611) (The Atheists Tragedie; or, The Honest Mans Revenge)
- The Nobleman, a lost play entered on the Stationers Register (Feb. 15, 1612) as "A Tragecomedye called The Nobleman written by Cyrill Tourneur," the MS. of which was destroyed by John Warburton's cook
- A Griefe on the Death of Prince Henrie, Expressed in a Broken Elegie ..., printed with two other poems by John Webster and Thomas Haywood as Three Elegies on the most lamented Death of Prince Henry (1613)
- Arraignment of London (1613), stated in a letter of that date from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe that Daborne had commissioned Cyril Tourneur to write one act of this play
- The Character of Robert, earl of Salisburye, Lord High Treasurer of England, "ritten by Mr Sevill Tumour" may be reasonably assigned to Tourneur; it was found in a MS in possession of Lord Mostyn (Hist. MSS. Commission, 4th Report, appendix, p. 361)
Works about Tourneur
- Cyril Tourneur, in EB1911
- Cyril Tourneur article in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
- “Tourneur, Cyril,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.