Wildside Press LLC, Oct 1, 2007 - Drama - 480 pages
Beggars' Bush is a Jacobean-era stage play, a comedy in the canon of John Fletcher and his collaborators. The actual authorship is a matter of dispute among scholars and critics. Critics generally agree that the hands of Fletcher and Philip Massinger are
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Alguazier Altea Amin Aminta Antonio Beggars Boor brave Bruges Bust Clara Clause dare Don Jayme Don Martin dost ducats Duke Editors of 1778 Enter Estef Evan Evanthe Exeunt Exit eyes fair fear Flor folio.—The first folio fool Fred gentleman Gert give Goswin hath Heaven Hemskirk Higgen honest honour husband Ismenia Juan Julio king kiss lady Leon look lord LOVE'S CURE Lucio madam maid Malr Marg marry Mart Mason Minche mistress modern editors ne'er night noble old eds Perez Phil poor pray Prig Prithee SCENE second folio second folio.—The senseless thing servant Seward shew signior silently printed Sorano speak sure sweet sword Sympson tell thee there's thing thou art Tony twas twill unto Valerio Vand vex'd Vitelli Weber wench wife woman word