Author:Wentworth Smith

Wentworth Smith
(1571–1623)
English dramatist

WorksEdit

  • The Hector of Germanie, or the Palsgrave, Prime Elector. A New Play, an Honourable Hystorie (1615)

Lost worksEdit

  • The Freeman's Honour
  • The Conquest of the West Indies (1601), with John Day and William Haughton
  • The Rising of Cardinal Wolsey (1601), with Henry Chettle, Michael Drayton, and Anthony Munday
  • Six Clothiers (1601), with Richard Hathwaye and Haughton; in two parts
  • Too Good to be True, or the Northern Man (1601), with Chettle and Hathwaye
  • Love parts Friendship (1602), with Chettle
  • As merry as may be (1602), with Day and Hathwaye
  • Albere Galles (1602), with Thomas Heywood
  • Marshal Osric (1602), completed by Heywood
  • The Three Brothers (1602)
  • Lady Jane (1602), with Chettle, Thomas Dekker, Heywood, and John Webster
  • The Black Dog of Newgate (1602-3), with Day, Hathwaye, and ‘the other poet,’ probably Haughton; in two parts
  • The Unfortunate General, a French History (1603), with Day, Hathwaye, and ‘the other poet’
  • An Italian Tragedy (1603)

Works about SmithEdit


 

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.