Thomas Thorpe - Notable Published Works

Notable Published Works

  • 1600- The First Book of Lucan by Christopher Marlowe
  • 1605- All Fools by George Chapman
  • 1605- Sejanus by Ben Jonson
  • 1606- The Gentleman Usher by George Chapman
  • 1606- Hymenaei by Ben Jonson
  • 1607- What You Will by John Marston
  • 1607- Volpone by Ben Jonson
  • 1608- The Masque of Blackness and The Masque of Beauty by Ben Jonson
  • 1608- The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron by George Chapman
  • 1609- Shake-speare's sonnets by William Shakespeare

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