Author:Thomas Southerne

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Thomas Southerne
Irish dramatist
Thomas Southerne



  • Cleomenes (1692)


  • The Persian Prince, or the Loyal Brother (1682)
  • The Disappointment, or the Mother in Fashion (1684)
  • Sir Antony Love, or the Rambling Lady (1691)
  • The Wives' Excuse, or Cuckolds make themselves (1692)
  • The Maid's Last Prayer; or Any, rather than fail (1692)
  • The Fatal Marriage, or the Innocent Adultery (1694).
  • Oroonoko, or The Royal Slave (1696)
  • The Fate of Capua (1700)
  • The Spartan Dame (1719)
  • Money the Mistress (1729).


Works about Southerne[edit]

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