A Very Woman

A Very Woman

A Very Woman, or The Prince of Tarent is an early seventeenth-century stage play, a tragicomedy written by Philip Massinger and John Fletcher. It was first published in 1655, fifteen and thirty years after the deaths of its authors.

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A Very Woman - Synopsis
... One source of contention clouds their matchmaking another wealthy and prominent nobleman and a close friend of Pedro's, Don John Antonio, the Prince of Tarent (or Taranto, in southern Italy), had come to the Viceroy's court in Palermo with great display and expense, hoping to win the hand of Almira ... She, however, has refused his suit in favor of Cardenes, and none too subtly or gently ...

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