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John Fletcher
(1579–1625)
See biography, media, quotes, indexes. An English playwright.
John Fletcher

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Works

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Solo Plays

  • The Faithful Shepherdess, pastoral (written 1608–9; printed 1609?)
  • Valentinian, tragedy (1610–14; 1647)
  • Monsieur Thomas, comedy (c. 1610–16; 1639)
  • The Woman's Prize, or The Tamer Tamed, comedy (c. 1611?; 1647)
  • Bonduca, tragedy (1611–14; 1647)
  • The Chances, comedy (c. 1613–25; 1647)
  • Wit Without Money, comedy (c. 1614; 1639)
  • The Mad Lover, tragicomedy (acted Jan. 5, 1617; 1647)
  • The Loyal Subject, tragicomedy (licensed Nov. 16, 1618; revised 1633?; 1647)
  • The Humorous Lieutenant, tragicomedy (c. 1619; 1647)
  • Women Pleased, tragicomedy (c. 1619–23; 1647)
  • The Island Princess, tragicomedy (c. 1620; 1647)
  • The Wild Goose Chase, comedy (c. 1621; 1652)
  • The Pilgrim, comedy (c. 1621; 1647)
  • A Wife for a Month, tragicomedy (licensed May 27, 1624; 1647)
  • Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, comedy (licensed Oct. 19, 1624; 1640)

Collaborations

With Francis Beaumont:

  • The Woman Hater, comedy (1606; 1607)
  • Cupid's Revenge, tragedy (c. 1607–12; 1615)
  • Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding, tragicomedy (c. 1609; 1620)
  • The Maid's Tragedy, Tragedy (c. 1609; 1619)
  • A King and No King, tragicomedy (1611; 1619)
  • The Captain, comedy (c. 1609–12; 1647)
  • The Scornful Lady, comedy (c. 1613; 1616)
  • Love's Pilgrimage, tragicomedy (c. 1615–16; 1647)
  • The Noble Gentleman, comedy (c. 1613?; licensed Feb. 3, 1626; 1647)

With Beaumont and Massinger:

  • Thierry and Theodoret, tragedy (c. 1607?; 1621)
  • The Coxcomb, comedy (c. 1608–10; 1647)
  • Beggars' Bush, comedy (c. 1612–13? revised 1622?; 1647)
  • Love's Cure, comedy (c. 1612–13?; revised 1625?; 1647)

With Massinger:

  • Sir John van Olden Barnavelt, tragedy (August 1619; MS)
  • The Little French Lawyer, comedy (c. 1619–23; 1647)
  • A Very Woman, tragicomedy (c. 1619–22; licensed June 6, 1634; 1655)
  • The Custom of the Country, comedy (c. 1619–23; 1647)
  • The Double Marriage, tragedy (c. 1619–23; 1647)
  • The False One, history (c. 1619-23; 1647)
  • The Prophetess, tragicomedy (licensed May 14, 1622; 1647)
  • The Sea Voyage, comedy (licensed June 22, 1622; 1647)
  • The Spanish Curate, comedy (licensed Oct. 24, 1622; 1647)
  • The Lovers' Progress or The Wandering Lovers, tragicomedy (licensed Dec. 6, 1623; revised 1634; 1647)
  • The Elder Brother, comedy (c. 1625; 1637)

With Massinger and Field:

  • The Honest Man's Fortune, tragicomedy (1613; 1647)
  • The Queen of Corinth, tragicomedy (c. 1616–18; 1647)
  • The Knight of Malta, tragicomedy (c. 1619; 1647)

With Shakespeare:

  • Henry VIII, history (c. 1613; 1623)
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen, tragicomedy (c. 1613; 1634)
  • Cardenio, tragicomedy? (c. 1613)

With Middleton and Rowley:

  • Wit at Several Weapons, comedy (c. 1610–20; 1647)

With Rowley:

  • The Maid in the Mill (licensed Aug. 29, 1623; 1647).

With Field:

  • Four Plays, or Moral Representations, in One, morality (c. 1608–13; 1647) (Some assign this play to Fletcher and Beaumont.)

With Massinger, Jonson, and Chapman:

  • Rollo Duke of Normandy, or The Bloody Brother, tragedy (c. 1617; revised 1627–30?; 1639)

With Shirley:

  • The Night Walker, or The Little Thief, comedy (c. 1611; 1640)

Uncertain:

  • The Nice Valour, or The Passionate Madman, comedy (c. 1615–25; 1647)
  • The Laws of Candy, tragicomedy (c. 1619–23; 1647)
  • The Fair Maid of the Inn, comedy (licensed Jan. 22, 1626; 1647)
  • The Faithful Friends, tragicomedy (registered June 29, 1660; MS.)

Works about Fletcher


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