Originally published in 1979, this two-volume modern spelling of George Chapman's The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron is split into two parts: a critical introduction and commentary, and the texts of the double-play, the Conspiracy (contained in Volume I) and the Tragedy (Volume II). The Critical Introduction comprises five chapters treating the date, sources, scholarly tradition, interpretation, and unity of The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Byron.
Volume I: Critical Introduction. 1. Date. 2. Sources. 3. Scholarly Tradition. 4. Interpretation. 5. Unity of the Byron Plays. Texts of the Byron Plays. 1. Textal Introduction to the Conspiracy. 2. Abbreviations. 3. The Conspiracy of Charles Duke of Byron. 4. Appendix A: From Edward Grimeston, General Inventory of the History of France, 1607 edition. 5. Appendix B: From Gulielmus Xylander's Translation of Plutarch's Moralia. 6. Appendix C: Press Variants in Q1 and Q2. 7. Appendix D: Staging of The Conspiracy of Byron, I.ii at the Second Blackfriars. Volume II. 1. Textual Introduction to the Tragedy. 2. Abbreviations. 3. The Tragedy fo Charles Duke of Byron. 4. Appendix A: From Edward Grimeston, General Inventory of the History of France, 1607 edition. 5. Appendix B: From Guilielmus Xylander's Translation of Plutarch's Moralia. 6. Appendix C: Press Variants in Q1.
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