Cambridge: University Press. General editor: Fredson Bowers. 1966-1996. 10 volumes complete, original blue cloth. Contents: v. 1, The knight of the burning pestle; The masque of the Inner Temple and Gray's Inn; The woman hater; The Coxcomb; Philaster; The captain. v. 2, The maid's tragedy; A king and no king; Cupid's revenge; The scornful lady; Love's pilgrimage. v. 3, Love's cure; The noble gentleman; Beggars' bush; The tragedy of Thierry and Theodoret; The faithful shepherdess. v. 4, The woman's prize; Bonduca; Valentinian; Monsieur Thomas; The chances. v. 5, The mad lover; The loyal subject; The humorous lieutenant; Women pleased; The island princess. v. 6, Wit without money; The pilgrim; The wild-goose chase; A wife for a month; Rule a wife and have a wife. v. 7, Henry VIII; The two noble kinsmen; Wit at several weapons; The nice valour; The night walker; A very woman. v. 8, The queen of Corinth; The false one; Four plays, or moral representations, in one; The knight of Malta; The tragedy of Sir John Van Olden Barnavelt; The custom of the country. v. 9, The sea voyage; The double marriage; The prophetess; The little French lawyer; The elder brother; The maid in the mill. v. 10, The honest man's fortune; Rollo, Duke of Normandy; The Spanish curate; The lovers' progress; The fair maid of the inn; The laws of Candy. (Inventory #: 043118)
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