|←Author Index: To||Cyril Tourneur
(c. 1575 – 1626)
|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
- “Tourneur, Cyril,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- “Tourneur, or Turner, Cyril,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Tourneur, Cyril,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.