Author:William Rowley

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William Rowley
(1585–1626)
English actor and dramatist

Works[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • A new Wonder, A Woman never Vext (1632)
  • A Match at Midnight (1633)
  • A Tragedie called All's Lost by Lust (1633)
  • A Shoemaker a Gentleman with the Life and Death of the Cripple that stole the Weathercock at Paules (1638)
  • The Birth of Merlin: or, the Childe hath found his Father (1663)

With George Wilkins and John Day[edit]

  • The Travailes of the Three English Brothers (1607)

With Thomas Middleton[edit]

  • A Faire Quarrell (1617)
  • The Changeling (1653)
  • The Spanish Gipsie (1653)
  • A Courtly Masque; the deuice called the World Tost at Tennis. As it hath beene divers times presented by the Prince and his servants (1620)

With Thomas Middleton and Philip Massinger[edit]

  • The Old Law, or A New Way to please you (1656)

With Thomas Heywood[edit]

  • Fortune by Land and Sea (1655)

With Thomas Dekker and John Ford[edit]

  • The Witch of Edmonton (1658)

With John Webster[edit]

  • A Cure for a Cuckold (1661)
  • The Thracian Wonder (1661)

Prose[edit]

  • A Search for Money; or the lamentable complaint for the losse of the Wandring Knight, Mounsieur l'Argent, or Come along with me, I know thou lovest Money (1609)
  • For a Farewell Elegie on the Death of Hugh Atwell, Seruant to Prince Charles

Works about Rowley[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 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.