A Critical Edition of John Fletcher's Comedy, Monsieur Thomas, or, Father's Own Son: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

A Critical Edition of John Fletcher's Comedy, Monsieur Thomas, or, Father's Own Son

1st Edition

By John Fletcher

Edited by Nanette Cleri Clinch

Routledge

379 pages

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Published in 1987: This thesis presents an edition of the author’s play, Monsieur Thomas, with a substantial introduction in several sections and a sizeable apparatus.

Table of Contents

1. The Text and Brome’s Part in it 2. Sources, Analogues and Influences 3. The Date 4. The Play 5. Stage History 6. This Edition 7. A Note on the Verse

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