Thomas Heywood: Additional Resources

Biography - Encyclopaedia Britannica

Detail of the Title-page to "Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels" - SACLitWeb
Title-page of "A Maidenhead Well Lost" (1634) - Encyclopaedia Britannica
Title-page of "The First and Second Partes of King Edward IV" (1599)
Title-page of "Royall King and Loyall Subject" (1637)
Title-page of "Pleasant Dialogues and Dramma's" (1637)
Title-page of "If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody" (1605)
Title-page of "If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody" (1613) - Newberry Library
Detail of the Title-page of "If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody" (1605) - UVictoria

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Vol II.
 IV. Thomas Heywood
   By A. W. WARD, Litt.D., F.B.A., Master of Peterhouse
  1. Thomas Heywood as the servant of public taste
  2. His special work in Domestic Drama
  3. His life: London and Court associations
  4. His point of view as a Playwright
  5. His non-dramatic works
  6. The Apology for Actors
  7. His Plays
  8. A Woman Kilde with Kindnesse
  9. Elizabethan Domestic Drama
  10. Early attempts at realistic treatment
  11. The Murder Plays
  12. Changes in the social system and their effect on the Drama
  13. Heywood’s picture of English country life
  14. The Royall King, and The Loyall Subject
  15. The Fair Maid Of The West
  16. Other Plays
  17. His work in collaboration with others
  18. His qualities as a Dramatist

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Synopsis of "A Woman Killed with Kindness" -

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