Author:Philip Massinger

Philip Massinger
(1583–1640)
English dramatist; his finely plotted plays are noted for their satire and realism, and their political and social themes
Philip Massinger

WorksEdit

PlaysEdit

  • The Duke of Milan (1623)
  • The Unnatural Combat (1639)
  • The Bondman (1624)
  • The Renegado (1630)
  • The Parliament of Love (1805)
  • A New Way to Pay Old Debts (1632) (external scan)
  • The Roman Actor (1629)
  • The Maid of Honour (1632)
  • The Picture (1630)
  • The Great Duke of Florence (1635)
  • The Emperor of the East (1631)
  • Believe as you List (1848)
  • The City Madam (1658)
  • The Guardian (1655)
  • The Bashful Lover (1655)

With John FletcherEdit

  • The Knight of Malta (1647)
  • The Queen of Corinth (1647)
  • The Custom of the Country (1647)
  • The Sea Voyage (1647)
  • The Double Marriage (1647)
  • The Beggar's Bush (1647)
  • The False One (1647)
  • The Prophetess (1647)
  • The Lovers' Progress (1647)
  • The Spanish Curate (1647)
  • The Fair Maid of the Inn (1647)
  • Barnavelt (1881)
  • Henry VIII
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen (1634)
  • A Very Woman, or the Prince of Tarent (1655)

With John Fletcher and others (as noted)Edit

With others (as noted)Edit

Collected worksEdit

  • The Dramatick Works of Philip Massinger (1779), in 4 vols., edited by John Monck Mason (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3, 4)
  • The Plays of Philip Massinger (1805), in 4 vols., edited by William Gifford

Works about MassingerEdit

On his worksEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.