The Plays and Poems of George Chapman: The Comedies

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THE PLAYS AND POEMS OF GEORGE CHAPMAN
THE COMEDIES

EDITED WITH INTRODUCTIONS
AND NOTES
By
THOMAS MARC PARROTT, Ph.D

PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

LONDON GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, LIMITED NEW YORK: E. P. DUTTON & CO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • The Blind Beggar Of Alexandria 1
  • [scene Ii] 12
  • [scene Iv] 15
  • [scene V] 19
  • [scene Vi] 24
  • [scene Vii] 28
  • [scene Viii] 30
  • [scene X] 39
  • An Humourous Day's Mirth 45
  • [scene Iii] 51
  • [scene V] 52
  • [scene Vi] 58
  • [scene Vii] 63
  • [scene Viii] 71
  • [scene Ix] 73
  • [scene X] 81
  • [scene Xii] 85
  • [scene Xiv] 86
  • All Fools 99
  • Actus Primi Scena Prima 103
  • Actus Secundi Scena Prima 113
  • Actus III Scena I 117
  • Actus IV Scena I 129
  • Actus Quinti Scena Prima 141
  • [scena Secunda 151
  • May-Day 163
  • Actus Tertius 194
  • [scena Tertia 200
  • Actus Quartus 201
  • [scena Secunda 212
  • [scena Quarta 218
  • Actus Quintus 221
  • The Gentleman Usher 233
  • Actus Secundus. Scena Prima 242
  • Actus Tertii Scena Prima 257
  • Actus Quarti Scena Prima - [before the House of Strozza] 272
  • [scena Tertia - A Room in the House of Strozza] 274
  • [scena Quarta 283
  • [scena Secunda] - A Room in the House of Strozza 288
  • [scena Tertia - Cortezza's Chamber 293
  • [scena Quarta - A Room in Lasso's House 295
  • Monsieur D'Olive 307
  • [scena Secunda A Room at the Court] 319
  • Actus Tertii Scena Prima 325
  • [scena Secunda 334
  • Actus Quarti Scena Prima 337
  • [scena Secunda 342
  • Actus Quinti Scena Prima 345
  • [scena Secunda 351
  • The Widow's Tears 363
  • Actus Primi Scena Prima 367
  • [scena Tertia - Before the House of Eudora] 371
  • Actus Secundi Scena Prima - [a Room in the House of Lysander] 375
  • [scena Secunda 380
  • [scena Quarta 386
  • Actus Tertii Scena Prima 389
  • [scena Secunda 396
  • Actus Quarti Scena Prima 405
  • Actus Quinti Scena Prima 413
  • [scena Secunda] 415
  • [scena Tertia - The Grave Yard 425
  • The Masque of the Middle Temple and Lincoln's Inn 435
  • Eastward Ho 461
  • Prologus 463
  • Actus Primi Scena Prima 465
  • Actus Secundi Scena Prima - [goldsmith's Row] 469
  • [scena Secunda - A Room in the House of Security] 473
  • [scena Tertia Before Sir Petronel's Lodging] 477
  • Actus Tertii Scena Prima 483
  • Scena Secunda 487
  • [scena Tertia] 498
  • [scena Quarta - Outside Security's House 503
  • [scena Secunda - A Room in Touchstone's House 503
  • Actus Quintus. Scena Prima 510
  • [scena Secunda - Goldsmith's Row 523
  • [scena Quarta - A Room in Touchstone's House 525
  • [scena Quinta - The Counter 528
  • Epilogus 535
  • The Ball 537
  • Actus Secundus 545
  • [scene II - A Room in Lucina's House] 550
  • Actus Tertius 563
  • [scene III 565
  • [scene IV 573
  • [scene II - A Room in Lady Honoria's House 577
  • [scene III - A Room in Lady Lucina's House 584
  • Actus Quintus 595
  • Sir Giles Goosecap, Knight 607
  • Scena Tertia - Enter to Them, Jack, Bullaker, Will 617
  • Actus Secundi Scena Prima 619
  • Actus Tertii Scena Prima 624
  • [scena Secunda A Room in Momford's House] 632
  • Actus Quartus 639
  • [scena Secunda A Room in Lord Furnifall's House] - Enter Lord Furnifall, Rudesby, Goosecap, Foulweather, Bullaker 642
  • [scena Tertia - A Room in Momford's House] 648
  • Actus Quinti Scena Prima - [a Room at Lord Momford's House] 656
  • Notes 671
  • Notes 783
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