Companion Contents

The Companion To The Collected Works
Of Thomas Middleton
(Now On Amazon)

Table Of Contents

ALPHABETICAL CONTENTS
INDEX OF TITLES BY GENRE
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK (doc), by Gary Taylor
THOMAS MIDDLETON: LIVES AND AFTERLIVES, by Gary Taylor
MIDDLETON’S LONDON, by Paul S. Seaver
MIDDLETON’S THEATRES, by Scott McMillin

Part I: The Culture

• Gary Taylor, assisted by Celia R. Daileader and Alexandra G. Bennett, ‘The Order of Persons’

• MacDonald P. Jackson, ‘Early Modern Authorship: Canons and Chronologies’

• Harold Love, ‘Thomas Middleton: Oral Culture and the Manuscript Economy’

• Edward Gieskes, ‘‘From Wronger and Wronged Have I Fee’: Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Legal Culture’

• Gary Taylor and Andrew J. Sabol, assisted by John Jowett and Lizz Ketterer, ‘Middleton, Music, and Dance’

• Richard Burt, ‘Thomas Middleton, Uncut: Castration, Censorship, and the Regulation of Dramatic Discourse in Early Modern England’

• Adrian Weiss, ‘Casting Compositors, Foul Cases, and Skeletons: Printing in Middleton’s Age’

• John H. Astington, ‘Visual Texts: Thomas Middleton and Prints’

• Cyndia Susan Clegg, ‘‘’Twill Much Enrich the Company of Stationers’: Thomas Middleton and the London Book Trade, 1580–1627’

• Maureen Bell, ‘Booksellers without an Author, 1627–1685’

• John Jowett, ‘For Many of Your Companies: Middleton’s Early Readers’

Part II: The Author

• Gary Taylor, ‘Introduction: The Middleton Canon’

• ‘Works Included in this Edition: Canon and Chronology’

• MacDonald P. Jackson and Gary Taylor, ‘Works Excluded from this Edition’

Part III: The Texts

• Gary Taylor, ‘Thomas Middleton: Lives and Afterlives: Sources’

• Paul S. Seaver, ‘Middleton’s London: Sources’

• Scott McMillin, ‘Middleton’s Theatres: Sources’

• The Wisdom of Solomon Paraphrased (1597), edited by G. B. Shand

• Microcynicon: Six Snarling Satires (1599), edited by Wendy Wall

• The Ghost of Lucrece (1600), edited by G. B. Shand

• ‘Simon Smellknave’ (pseud.), adapted by Thomas Middleton, The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets (1601?/1604), edited by Swapan Chakravorty

• Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton, News from Gravesend (1604), edited by Gary Taylor

• The Nightingale and the Ant; and, Father Hubburd’s Tales (1604), edited by Adrian Weiss

• Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary; or, The Walks in Paul’s (1604), edited by Paul Yachnin

• Plato’s Cap cast at this year 1604, being leap year (1604), edited by Paul Yachnin

• The Black Book (1604), edited by G. B. Shand

• Thomas Dekker, Stephen Harrison, Ben Jonson, and Thomas Middleton, The Whole Royal and Magnificent Entertainment of King James through the City of London, 15 March 1604, with the Arches of Triumph (1604), edited by R. Malcolm Smuts

• Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton, The Patient Man and the Honest Whore (1604), edited by Paul Mulholland

• The Phoenix (1607), edited by Lawrence Danson and Ivo Kamps

• Michaelmas Term (1607), edited by Theodore B. Leinwand

• The Puritan Widow; or, The Puritan; or, The Widow of Watling Street (1607), edited by Donna B. Hamilton

• The Revenger’s Tragedy (1607), edited by MacD. P. Jackson

• A Trick to Catch the Old One (1608), edited by Valerie Wayne

• Your Five Gallants (1608), edited by Ralph Alan Cohen with John Jowett

• A Mad World, My Masters (1608), edited by Peter Saccio

• A Yorkshire Tragedy (one of the four-plays-in-one, called All’s One) (1608), edited by Stanley Wells

• Andraeas Loeaechius, translated and adapted by Thomas Middleton, Sir Robert Sherley his Entertainment in Cracovia (1609), edited by Jerzy Limon and Daniel J. Vitkus

• The Two Gates of Salvation; or, The Marriage of the Old and New Testament; or, God’s Parliament House (1609), edited by Paul Mulholland

• Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, The Roaring Girl; or, Moll Cutpurse (1611), edited by Coppélia Kahn

• The Lady’s Tragedy [‘The Second Maiden’s Tragedy’]: Parallel Texts (1611), edited by Julia Briggs

• The Triumphs of Truth (1613), edited by David M. Bergeron

• The Manner of his Lordship’s Entertainment (1613), edited by David M. Bergeron

• Masque of Cupids (1613–59), edited by John Jowett

• Civitatis Amor (1616), edited by David M. Bergeron

• William Rowley and Thomas Middleton, A Fair Quarrel (1617), edited by Suzanne Gossett

• The Owl’s Almanac (1618), edited by Neil Rhodes

• The Triumphs of Honour and Industry (1618), edited by David M. Bergeron

• Orazio Busino’s Eyewitness Account of The Triumphs of Honour and Industry (1618), edited by Kate D. Levin

• Masque of Heroes; or, The Inner Temple Masque (1619), edited by Jerzy Limon

• The Peacemaker; or, Great Britain’s Blessing (1619), edited by Paul Muholland

• Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, The World Tossed at Tennis [A Courtly Masque] (1620), edited by C. E. McGee

• The Triumphs of Love and Antiquity (1620), edited by David M. Bergeron

• Honourable Entertainments (1621), edited by Anthony Parr

• The Sun in Aries (1621), edited by David M. Bergeron

• An Invention (1622), edited by Anthony Parr

• The Triumphs of Honour and Virtue (1622), edited by David M. Bergeron

• Thomas Middleton, The Triumphs of Integrity (1623), edited by David M. Bergeron

• Anthony Munday, The Triumphs of the Golden Fleece (1623), edited by David M. Bergeron

• William Shakespeare, adapted by Thomas Middleton, Measure for Measure: A Genetic Text (1623), edited by John Jowett

• William Shakespeare, adapted by Thomas Middleton, The Tragedy of Macbeth: A Genetic Text (1623), edited by Gary Taylor

• William Shakespeare and Thomas Middleton, The Life of Timon of Athens, edited by John Jowett

• A Game at Chess: General Textual Introduction, by Gary Taylor

• A Game at Chesse: An Early Form (1624), edited by Gary Taylor

• A Game at Chess: A Later Form (1624–5), edited by Gary Taylor

• Occasional Poems (1625–c.1650), edited by Gary Taylor

• The Witch (c.1625), edited by Marion O’Connor

• The Triumphs of Health and Prosperity (1626), edited by David M. Bergeron

• A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (1630), edited by Linda Woodbridge

• Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker, The Bloody Banquet (1639), edited by Julia Gasper and Gary Taylor

• Hengist, King of Kent; or, The Mayor of Queenborough (c.1645), edited by Grace Ioppolo

• William Rowley and Thomas Middleton, Wit at Several Weapons (1647), edited by Michael Dobson

• The Nice Valour; or, The Passionate Madman (1647), edited by Gary Taylor

• The Widow (1652), edited by Gary Taylor

• Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, The Changeling (1653), edited by Douglas Bruster

• Thomas Dekker, John Ford, Thomas Middleton, and William Rowley, The Spanish Gypsy (1653), edited by Gary Taylor

• Lost Plays: A Brief Account, by Doris Feldmann and Kurt Tetzeli von Rosador

• Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, and Thomas Heywood, An/The Old Law (1656), edited by Jeffrey Masten

• More Dissemblers Besides Women (1657), edited by John Jowett

• Women, Beware Women (1657), edited by John Jowett

• No Wit/Help like a Woman’s; or, The Almanac (1657), edited by John Jowett

• Thomas Middleton and John Webster, Anything for a Quiet Life (1661), edited by Leslie Thomson

• Lost Political Prose, 1620–7: A Brief Account [Annals and Farrago (1735)], by Thomas Cogswell

• Index to Notes on Modernization, by Trish Thomas Henley

• A Selective Topical Index, by Molly Hand
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Alphabetical Contents

Full titles, common abbreviations, and alternative titles are all given. Asterisks mark the abbreviations used in this edition.

• All’s One
• The Almanac
• Annals 1620–27
• The Ant and the Nightingale
• *Antiquity
• Anything for a Quiet Life
• *The Arches of Triumph
• *Aries
• *Banquet
• The *Black Book
• The Bloody Banquet
• *‘Bolles’
• *‘Burbage’
• Caesar’s Fall
• The *Changeling
• ‘Charles I’
• *Chaste Maid
• A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
• The Chester Tragedy
• *Civitatis
• Civitatis Amor
• The Conqueror’s Custom
• A Courtly Masque
• *Cupids
• *Dissemblers
• ‘The Duchess of Malfi’
• *Entertainments
• The Fair Prisoner
• A Fair Quarrel
• Farrago
• Father Hubburd’s Tales
• *Five Gallants
• Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay
• *Game
• A Game at Chess
• *Ghost
• The Ghost of Lucrece
• God’s Parliament House
• *Gravesend
• Great Britain’s Blessing
• *Gypsy
• *‘Hammond’
• Health and Prosperity
• *Hengist
• Hengist, King of Kent
• *Heroes
• *His Lordship’s Entertainment
• The Honest Whore, Part 1
• Honour and Industry
• Honour and Virtue
• Honourable Entertainments
• *Hubburd
• *Industry
• The Inner Temple Masque
• *Integrity
• An *Invention
• ‘To the King’
• ‘To the worthily accomplished Master William Hammond’
• *Lady
• The Lady’s Tragedy
• The Life of Timon of Athens
• Love and Antiquity
• *Macbeth
• *Mad World
• A Mad World, My Masters
• *Magnificent
• The Magnificent Entertainment
• *‘Malfi’
• The Manner of his Lordship’s Entertainment
• The Marriage of the Old and New Testaments
• Masque of Cupids
• Masque of Heroes
• The Mayor of Queenborough
• *Measure
• Measure for Measure
• *Meeting
• The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary
• *Michaelmas
• Michaelmas Term
• *Microcynicon
• Middleton’s Farrago
• Moll Cutpurse
• More Dissemblers Besides Women
• New River Entertainment
• News from Gravesend
• A New Way to Please You
• The Nice Valour
• The Nightingale and the Ant
• *No Wit
• No Wit/Help like a Woman’s
• Occasional Poems
• An/The *Old Law
• ‘On Sir George Bolles’
• ‘On the death of that great master in his art and quality, painting and playing: Richard Burbage’
• *Owl
• The Owl’s Almanac
• Pageant for Charles I
• The Passionate Madman
• *Patient Man
• The Patient Man and the Honest Whore
• The *Peacemaker
• *Penniless Parliament
• The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets
• The *Phoenix
• ‘The *Picture’
• *Plato
• Plato’s Cap cast at the year 1604
• *Prosperity
• The *Puritan
• The Puritan Maid, the Modest Wife, and the Wanton Widow
• The Puritan Widow
• *Quarrel
• *Quiet Life
• *Revenger
• The Revenger’s Tragedy
• ‘Richard Burbage’
• A Right Woman
• The *Roaring Girl
• The Second Maiden’s Tragedy
• *‘St James’
• *Sherley
• Sir Robert Sherley his Entertainment in Cracovia
• *Solomon
• The Spanish Gypsy
• The Sun in Aries
• ‘The Temple of St James’
• *Tennis
• *Timon
• Timon of Athens
• *‘To the King’
• The Tragedy of Macbeth
• *Trick
• A Trick to Catch the Old One
• The Triumphs of Health and Prosperity
• The Triumphs of Honour and Industry
• The Triumphs of Honour and Virtue
• The Triumphs of Integrity
• The Triumphs of Love and Antiquity
• The Triumphs of Truth
• *Truth
• *Two Gates
• The Two Gates of Salvation
• Two Shapes
• ‘Upon this Masterpiece of Tragedy’
• *Valour
• The Viper and her Brood
• *Virtue
• The Walks in Paul’s
• *Weapons
• The Whole Royal and Magnificent Entertainment
• The *Widow
• The Widow of Watling Street
• The Wisdom of Solomon Paraphrased
• Wit at Several Weapons
• The *Witch
• *Women Beware
• Women, Beware Women
• The World Tossed at Tennis
• *Yorkshire
• A Yorkshire Tragedy
• Your Five Gallants
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Index of Titles by Genre

Censored

• Microcynicon (burned)
• The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets (Parliamentary inquiry)
• The Lady’s Tragedy (censored)
• A Game at Chess (banned)
• The Witch (banned?)

Manuscripts: Autograph

• [Annals] (Middleton)
• [Farrago] (Middleton)
• The Triumphs of Honour and Industry: Eyewitness Account (Orazio Busino)
• A Game at Chess (Middleton)
• Occasional Poems (Middleton)

Manuscripts: Licensed Playbook

• The Lady’s Tragedy

Manuscripts: Ralph Crane

• An Invention
• [Measure for Measure]
• A Game at Chess
• The Witch

Manuscripts: Unknown Scribes

• The Lady’s Tragedy
• The Triumphs of Truth: Eyewitness Account (Aleksei Ziuzin)
• A Game at Chess
• Occasional Poems
• Hengist, King of Kent
• The Nice Valour

Music

• The Patient Man and the Honest Whore
• A Trick to Catch the Old One
• A Mad World, My Masters
• Your Five Gallants
• A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
• The Triumphs of Truth
• Wit at Several Weapons
• Masque of Cupids
• More Dissemblers Besides Women
• The Widow
• The Witch
• Macbeth
• Masque of Heroes
• An/The Old Law
• Measure for Measure
• The Nice Valour
• The Spanish Gypsy

Patented

• The Peacemaker
Print: Annotated by Hand
• The Patient Man and the Honest Whore
• The Phoenix
• A Trick to Catch the Old One
• A Game at Chess
• The Widow
• The Changeling
• The Spanish Gypsy
• Women, Beware Women

Print: Engravings

• The Whole Magnificent Royal Entertainment
• A Game at Chess
• More Dissemblers Besides Women

Print: Folio

• The Whole Royal and Magnificent Entertainment Given to King James through the City of London
• Measure for Measure
• Macbeth
• Timon of Athens
• Wit at Several Weapons
• The Nice Valour

Print: Octavo

• Microcynicon
• The Ghost of Lucrece
• The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets
• Honourable Entertainments
• More Dissemblers Besides Women
• Women, Beware Women
• No Wit/Help like a Woman’s

Print: Octavo in Fours

• Father Hubburd’s Tales

Print: Quarto

• The Wisdom of Solomon Paraphrased
• The Penniless Parliament of Threadbare Poets
• News from Gravesend
• The Ant and the Nightingale; or, Father Hubburd’s Tales
• The Meeting of Gallants at an Ordinary; or, The Walks in Paul’s
• Plato’s Cap cast at the year 1604
• The Black Book
• The Whole Royal and Magnificent Entertainment Given to King James through the City of London
• The Patient Man and the Honest Whore
• The Phoenix
• Michaelmas Term
• The Puritan Widow
• The Revenger’s Tragedy
• A Trick to Catch the Old One
• Your Five Gallants
• A Mad World, My Masters
• A Yorkshire Tragedy
• Sir Robert Sherley
• The Two Gates of Salvation
• The Roaring Girl
• The Triumphs of Truth
• The Manner of his Lordship’s Entertainment
• Civitatis Amor
• A Fair Quarrel
• The Owl’s Almanac
• The Triumphs of Honour and Industry
• Masque of Heroes
• The Peacemaker
• The World Tossed at Tennis
• The Triumphs of Love and Antiquity
• The Sun in Aries
• The Triumphs of Honour and Virtue
• The Triumphs of Integrity
• A Game at Chess
• The Triumphs of Health and Prosperity
• A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
• The Bloody Banquet
• The Mayor of Queenborough; or, Hengist, King of Kent
• The Widow
• The Changeling
• The Spanish Gypsy
• An/The Old Law
• Anything for a Quiet Life

Print: Woodcuts

• The Black Book
• The Roaring Girl
• A Fair Quarrel
• The Owl’s Almanac
• The World Tossed at Tennis
• The Triumphs of Health and Prosperity

Shared Printing

• The Whole Royal and Magnificent Entertainment
• The Patient Man and the Honest Whore
• A Mad World, My Masters
• The Peacemaker
• A Game at Chess
• Wit at Several Weapons
• The Nice Valour
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