Author:Thomas Shadwell

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Thomas Shadwell
(1642–1692)
English poet and playwright
Thomas Shadwell

Works[edit]

Prose[edit]

  • Epistle to the Tories (1682)
  • Some Reflections upon the pretended Parallel in the play called the Duke of Guise (1683), co-authored with Thomas Hunt

Translations[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • The Sullen Lovers (1668)
  • The Royal Shepherdess (1669)
  • The Humorists, a comedy (1671) (external scan)
  • The Miser (1672)
  • Epsom Wells (1672)
  • Psyche (1675)
  • The Virtuoso (1676)
  • The Libertine: a tragedy (1676) (external scan)
  • Timon of Athens (1678)
  • A True Widow (1679)
  • The Woman Captain (1680)
  • The Lancashire Witches (1681)
  • Squire of Alsatia, a comedy (1688) (external scan)
  • Bury Fair (1689)
  • The Amorous Bigot (1690)
  • The Scowrers (1691)
  • The Volunteers (1693) (posthumous, with a dedication to the queen, signed by the widow, and a prologue by D'Urfey).

Poetry[edit]

  • The Medal of John Bayes: a Satire against Folly and Knavery (168x)
  • A Lenten Prologue refused by the Players’ (in reply to the 'Medal{{'} (1683)
  • A Congratulatory Poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange's Coming into England (1689)
  • A Congratulatory Poem to the most Illustrious Queen Mary, upon her arrival into England (1689)
  • Ode to the King on his Return from Ireland (1690)
  • Ode on the Anniversary of the King's Birth (1690)
  • Votum Perenne: a Poem to the King on New Year's Day (1692)

Works about Shadwell[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 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.