Massinger

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The Virgin Martyr - Collaboration
... been suggested that the extant text may be a revision by Massinger of the lost play Diocletian (1594) ... to argue that Dekker most likely wrote the prose comedy scenes in the play, while Massinger concentrated on the main plot ... Massinger would return to the subject of Diocletian's reign two years after this play, in The Prophetess, one of his collaborations with John Fletcher ...
Thierry And Theodoret - Authorship
... Early critics attributed the play to Beaumont and Fletcher, Philip Massinger, Nathan Field, Robert Daborne, John Webster, and George Chapman, in various ... a work originally by Beaumont and Fletcher that was later revised by Massinger, comparable to Love's Cure, The Coxcomb, and Beggars' Bush ... I, scene 1 Act II, 2 and 3 Act IV, 1 Act V, 2 Massinger — Act I, scene 2 Act II, 1 and 4 Act IV, 2 ...
The Scornful Lady - Authorship
... A few early critics suggested the participation of Philip Massinger, though that possibility has generally been rejected due to lack of evidence ... a set of dramas that includes Marston's The Dutch Courtesan, Fletcher and Massinger's The Little French Lawyer, Massinger's The Parliament of Love, and A ...
Love's Cure - Authorship
... assigned the authorship of the play to Beaumont and Fletcher, Philip Massinger, Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, Thomas Dekker, John Webster, James ... the play is a work originally by Fletcher and Francis Beaumont, later revised by Massinger ... to a single author, probably meaning the reviser.) Massinger's revision was sweeping, covering most of Acts I, IV, and V ...
A Very Woman - Date
... Scholars generally agree that the existing text of the play is a Massinger revision of an earlier work, though they disagree as to whether that earlier version was a Fletcher/Massinger collaboration or a ... the Master of the Revels, on 6 June 1634 it is not improbable that Massinger's revision of the text shortly preceded that licensing ... by the King's Men, the company that performed most of the solo works of Fletcher and Massinger and their collaborations as well ...

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    Patience, the beggar’s virtue, Shall find no harbour here.
    —Philip Massinger (1583–1640)