Beaumont and Fletcher Folios

Beaumont And Fletcher Folios

The Beaumont and Fletcher folios were two large folio collections of the stage plays of John Fletcher and his collaborators. The first was issued in 1647, and the second in 1679. The two collections were important in preserving many works of English Renaissance drama.

Read more about Beaumont And Fletcher Folios:  The First Folio, 1647, The Second Folio, 1679, Assessment, Later Editions

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... The folios limited but did not extinguish the market for individual editions of the plays such editions were printed when the chances for profit seemed favorable ... the Restoration era and into the 18th century, the plays in the Beaumont/Fletcher canon were very popular – though they were often performed in adapted ...

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