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Thomas Heywood

Thomas Heywood (/ˈheɪwʊd/; early 1570s – 16 August 1641) was a prominent English playwright, actor, and author whose peak period of activity falls between late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre.

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William Rowley - Plays By Rowley
... Co-written with Thomas Middleton ... Co-written with Thomas Middleton ... Co-written with Thomas Heywood ...
Thomas Heywood - Final Two Decades - Primary Literary Output
... The Fayre Maid of the Exchange (printed anonymously 1607), a play doubtfully attributed to Heywood The Late Lancashire Witches (1634), written with ... Bullen printed for the first time a comedy by Heywood, The Captives, or The Lost Recovered (licensed 1624), and in volume ii of the same series, Dicke of Devonshire, which he ...
Wentworth Smith - Known Works
... For Worcester's Men, 1602-1603 Albere Galles, with Thomas Heywood, September 1602 ... Marshal Osric, with Thomas Heywood, September 1602 ... King and the Loyal Subject, printed in 1637 as Heywood's alone ...

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