Author:Thomas Heywood

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Thomas Heywood
(1574–1641)
English dramatist and miscellaneous author.

Works[edit]

Dramatic[edit]

  • Iupiter and Ganimede
  • The Four Prentices of London, with the Conquest of Jerusalem (1615)
  • Edward IV., part I (1600)
  • Edward IV., part II (1605)
  • If you know not me, you know nobody; or, the Troubles of Queen Elizabeth, Part I (1605)
  • If you know not me, you know nobody; or, the Troubles of Queen Elizabeth, Part II (1606)
  • The Royal King and the Loyal Subject (1637)
  • A Woman Killed with Kindness (1607)
  • The Fair Maid of the Exchange (1607)
  • The Rape of Lucrece (1608)
  • The Golden Age (1611)
  • The Silver Age (1613)
  • The Brazen Age (1613)
  • The Fair Maid of the West; or, A Girl with Gold, part I (1631)
  • The Fair Maid of the West; or, A Girl with Gold, part II (1631)
  • The Captives; or, The Lost Recovered (1885)
  • The Iron Age, part I (1632)
  • The Iron Age, part II (1632)
  • The English Traveller (1633)
  • A Maidenhead well Lost (1634)
  • Love's Mistress; or, the Queen's Masque (1636)
  • A Challenge for Beauty (1636)
  • The Wise Woman of Hogsdon (1638)
  • Fortune by Land and Sea (1655), co-authored with William Rowley
  • The Late Lancashire Witches (1634), co-authored with Richard Brome

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Translation of Sallust (1608)
  • Troia Britannica, or Great Britain's Troy (1609)
  • An Apology for Actors,’ in three books (1612)
  • A Funeral Elegy on the Death of Prince Henry (1613)
  • A Marriage Triumph on the Nuptials of the Prince Palatine and the Princess Elizabeth (1613)
  • Γυναικείον; or, Nine Books of Various History concerning Women, inscribed by the Names of the Nine Muses (1624)
  • England's Elizabeth: her Life and Troubles during her Minority from the Cradle to the Crown (1631)
  • Eromena; or, Love and Revenge (1632)
  • "Epistle Dedicatory" to The Jew of Malta (1633), by Christopher Marlowe
  • The Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels (1635)
  • A True Description of His Majesty's Royal Ship, built this year at Woolwich in Kent (1637)
  • Pleasant Dialogues and Dramas, selected out of Lucian, Erasmus, Textor, Ovid, &c., with Emblems from J. Catsius, and a variety of Prologues and Epilogues, Elegies, Epitaphs, Epithalamions, Epigrams, and sundry other Fancies (1637)
  • The Exemplary Lives and Memorable Acts of Nine the most Worthy Women of the World: three Jews, three Gentiles, three Christians (1640)
  • The Life of Ambrosius Merlin (1641)

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 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.