Biographical Index of English Drama Before 1660

Bibliographic References D through F

Davis, George Sandys = Richard Beale Davis, George Sandys, Poet-Adventurer: A Study in Anglo-American Culture in the Seventeenth Century, Columbia, 1955.

Davis, King John and Matilda = Joyce O. Davis, ed., Robert Davenport's King John and Matilda: A Critical Editon, Garland, 1980.

Davis, Sons of Ben = Joe Lee Davis, The Sons of Ben: Jonsonian Comedy in Caroline England, Wayne State, 1967.

Davis, Thomas Campion = Walter R. Davis, Thomas Campion, Twayne, 1987.

Davril, Drame de John Ford = Robert Davril, Le Drame de John Ford, Paris: Didier, 1954.

Dawson, 'Kent' = Giles E. Dawson, 'Records of Plays and Players in Kent, 1450-1642', Malone Society Collections VII (1965), 1-211.

Dawson, Seven Champions of Christendome = Giles Dawson, ed., The Seven Champions of Christendome by John Kirke, Western Reserve University Bulletin 33/16, 1929.

Dean, 'Simpson Players' Tour' = Christopher Dean, 'The Simpson Players' Tour of North Yorkshire in 1616', N&Q 231 (1986), 381.

Demaray, 'Milton's Comus' = John G. Demaray, 'Milton's Comus: The Sequel to a Masque of Circe', HLQ 29 (1966), 245.

DeMolen, 'Richard Mulcaster' = Richard L. DeMolen, 'Richard Mulcaster and the Elizabethan Theatre', TS 13.1 (1972), 28.

DeMolen, Richard Mulcaster = Richard L. DeMolen, Richard Mulcaster (c.1531-1611) and Educational Reform in the Renaissance, de Graaf, 1992.

Denkinger, 'St. Botolph Aldgate' = Emma Marshall Denkinger, 'Actors' Names in the Registers of St. Botolph Aldgate', PMLA 41 (1926), 91.

Dent, 'John Lyly in 1588' = R. W. Dent, 'John Lyly in 1588', ELN 7 (1969), 9.

Dent, 'Love-Sick King' = Robert W. Dent, 'The Love-Sick King: Turk Turned Dane', MLR 56 (1961), 555.

de Vocht, Jasper Heywood = H. de Vocht, ed., Jasper Heywood and his Translations of Seneca's 'Troas, ' 'Thyestes' and 'Hercules Furens', 1913.

Dick, Albumazar = Hugh G. Dick, ed., Albumazar: A Comedy (1615) by Thomas Tomkis, California, 1944.

Dickson, 'Identity of George Wilkins' = George B. Dickson, 'The Identity of George Wilkins', Shakespeare Association Bulletin 14 (1939), 195.

Dilworth, 'New Light on Alexander Montgomerie' = Mark Dilworth, 'New Light on Alexander Montgomerie', Bibliothek 4 (1965), 230.

DLB = Dictionary of Literary Biography, Detroit, Gale Research Company.

DLB 58 = Jacobean and Caroline Dramatists, ed. by Fredson Bowers. Detroit: Gale Research, 1987. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 58)

DLB 62 = Elizabethan Dramatists, ed. by Fredson Bowers. Detroit: Gale Research, 1987. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 62)

DLB 121 = Seventeenth-Century British Nondramatic Poets: First Series, ed. by M. Thomas Hester. Detroit: Gale Research, 1992. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 121)

DLB 126 = Seventeenth-Century British Nondramatic Poets: Second Series, ed. by M. Thomas Hester. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 126)

DLB 132 = Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: First Series, ed. by David A. Richardson. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 132)

DLB 136 = Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: Second Series, ed. by David A. Richardson. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 136)

DLB 151 = British Prose Writers of the Early Seventeenth Century, ed. by Clayton D. Lein. Detroit: Gale Research, 1995. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 151)

DLB 167 = Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: Third Series, ed. by David A. Richardson. Detroit: Gale Research, 1996. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 167)

DLB 172 = Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: Fourth Series, ed. by David A. Richardson. Detroit: Gale Research, 1996. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 172)

DNB = Dictionary of National Biography

Dowling, 'Few Points Concerning Peele' = Harold M. Dowling, 'A Few Points Concerning Peele', N&Q 164 (1933), 96.

Dowling, 'Miscellaneous Notes' = Harold M. Dowling, 'Miscellaneous Notes on Peele', N&Q 165 (1933), 272.

Dowling, 'Moll Cutpurse' = Margaret Dowling, 'A Note on Moll Cutpurse -- "The Roaring Girl"', RES 10 (1934), 67.

Doyno, Parthenophil and Parthenophe = Victor A. Doyno, ed., Parthenophil and Parthenophe: A Critical Edition, Southern Illinois, 1971.

DTRB = Ian Lancashire, Dramatic Texts and Records of Britain: A Chronological Topography to 1558, Toronto, 1984.

Duckles, 'Curious Art' = Vincent Duckles, 'The "Curious" Art of John Wilson (1595-1674): An Introduction to His Songs and Lute Music', Journal of the American Musicological Society 7 (1954), 93.

Duckles, 'Music for the Lyrics' = Vincent Duckles, 'The Music for the Lyrics in Early Seventeenth-Century English Drama: A Bibliography of the Primary Sources', in Long, Music.

Duncan-Jones, 'Ford and the Earl of Devonshire' = Katherine Duncan-Jones, 'Ford and the Earl of Devonshire', RES 30 (1978), 447; 31 (1979), 322.

Duncan-Jones, Sir Philip Sidney = Katherine Duncan-Jones, Sir Philip Sidney, Yale, 1991.

Duncan-Jones, 'Two Osmond Plays' = E. E. Duncan-Jones, 'The Two Osmond Plays', N&Q 206 (1961), 128.

Dunlap, Poems of Thomas Carew = Rhodes Dunlap, ed., The Poems of Thomas Carew with his Masque 'Coelum Brittanicum', 1949.

Dunn, Philip Massinger = T. A. Dunn, Philip Massinger: The Man and the Playwright, Nelson, 1957.

Durkan, 'Alexander Montgomerie's Death' = John Durkan, 'The Date of Alexander Montgomerie's Death', Innes Review 34 (1983), 91.

Dutton, 'Case of Sir John Astley' = Richard Dutton, 'Patronage, Politics, and the Master of the Revels, 1622-1640: The Case of Sir John Astley', ELR 20 (1990), 287.

Dymond, 'Three Entertainers' = David Dymond, 'Three Entertainers from Tudor Suffolk', REEDN 16.1 (1991), 2.

ES = E.K. Chambers, The Elizabethan Stage, 4 vols., Oxford, 1923.

Eccles, 'Actors I' = Mark Eccles, "Elizabethan Actors I: A-D", N&Q 236 (1991), 38-49.

Eccles, 'Actors II' = Mark Eccles, "Elizabethan Actors II: E-J", N&Q 236 (1991), 454-61.

Eccles, 'Actors III' = Mark Eccles, "Elizabethan Actors III: K-R", N&Q 237 (1992), 293-303.

Eccles, 'Actors IV' = Mark Eccles, "Elizabethan Actors IV: S to End", N&Q 238 (1993), 165-76.

Eccles, 'Anthony Munday' = Mark Eccles, 'Anthony Munday', in Studies in the English Renaissance Drama, NYU, 1959.

Eccles, 'Arthur Massinger' = Mark Eccles, 'Arthur Massinger', TLS (July 16, 1933), 564.

Eccles, Authors = Mark Eccles, "Brief Lives: Tudor and Stuart Authors", Studies in Philology, LXXIX, no.4, Fall 1982.

Eccles, 'Barnabe Barnes' = Mark Eccles, 'Barnabe Barnes', in C. J. Sisson, ed., Thomas Lodge and Other Elizabethans, Harvard, 1933, pp. 165-241.

Eccles, 'Ben Jonson' = Mark Eccles, 'Ben Jonson, Citizen and Bricklayer', N&Q 233 (1988), 445.

Eccles, 'Biographical Dictionary' = Mark Eccles, 'A Biographical Dictionary of Elizabethan Authors', HLQ 3 (1942), 294.

Eccles, 'Chapman's Early Years' = Mark Eccles, 'Chapman's Early Years', SP 43 (1946), 176.

Eccles, Christopher Marlowe = Mark Eccles, Christopher Marlowe in London, Harvard, 1934.

Eccles, 'Edward Alleyn' = Mark Eccles, 'Edward Alleyn in London Records', N&Q 235 (1990), 166.

Eccles, 'George Whetstone' = Mark Eccles, 'George Whetstone in Star Chamber', RES 33 (1982), 385.

Eccles, 'George Wilkins' = Mark Eccles, 'George Wilkins', N&Q 220 (1975), 250.

Eccles, 'John Webster' = Mark Eccles, 'John Webster', TLS, 21 January 1977, 71.

Eccles, 'Jonson and the Spies' = Mark Eccles, "Jonson and the Spies", RES 13 (1937), 385.

Eccles, 'Ludus Coventriae' = Mark Eccles, 'Ludus Coventriae Lincoln or Norfolk?', Medium AEvum 40 (1971), 138

Eccles, 'Martin Peerson' = Mark Eccles, 'Martin Peerson and the Blackfriars', SS 11 (1958), 100.

Eccles, 'Mary Frith' = Mark Eccles, 'Mary Frith, "The Roaring Girl"', N&Q 230 (1985), 65.

Eccles, 'Middleton's Birth' = Mark Eccles, 'Middleton's Birth and Education', RES 7 (1931), 431.

Eccles, 'Samuel Daniel in France and Italy' = Mark Eccles, 'Samuel Daniel in France and Italy', SP 34 (1937), 148.

Eccles, Shakespeare = Mark Eccles, Shakespeare in Warwickshire, Wisconsin, 1961.

Eccles, 'Sir George Buc' = Mark Eccles, "Sir George Buc, Master of the Revels", in Sisson, Thomas Lodge, 409-506.

Eccles, 'Thomas Middleton' = Mark Eccles, 'Thomas Middleton A Poett', Studies in Philology 54 (October 1957), 516.

Eccles, 'Whetstone's Death' = Mark Eccles, 'Whetstone's Death', TLS (27 August 1931), 648.

Eccles, 'William Wager' = Mark Eccles, 'William Wager and His Plays', ELN 18 (1981), 258.

Edgerton, Nicholas Udall = William L. Edgerton, Nicholas Udall, 1965.

Edmond, 'Builder' = Mary Edmond, 'The Builder of the Rose Theatre', Theatre Notebook, XLIV (1990), 50-4.

Edmond, 'Hudson' = Mary Edmond, 'Hudson and the Burbages', N&Q 239 (1994), 502.

Edmond, 'In Search of John Webster' = Mary Edmond, 'In Search of John Webster', TLS, 24 December 1976, 1621.

Edmond, 'John Webster' = Mary Edmond, 'John Webster', TLS, 11 March 1977, 272.

Edmond, 'Pembroke's Men' = Mary Edmond, 'Pembroke's Men', RES 25, 1974, 129-36.

Edmond, 'Peter Street' = Mary Edmond, 'Peter Street, 1553-1609: Builder of Playhouses', SS 45 (1993), 101-14.

Edmond, Rare Sir William Davenant = Mary Edmond, Rare Sir William Davenant, Manchester, 1987.

Edmond, 'Yeomen' = Mary Edmond, 'Yeomen, Citizens, Gentlemen, and Players: The Burbages and Their Connections', in Elizabethan Theater: Essays in Honor of S. Schoenbaum, Delaware, 1996, 30-49.

Edwards, Marvellous Chance = Francis Edwards, The Marvellous Chance: Thomas Howard, Fourth Duke of Norfolk, and the Ridolphi Plot, 1570-1572, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1968.

Elliott, 'Mr. Moore's Revels' = John R. Elliott, Jr., 'Mr. Moore's Revels: A "Lost" Oxford Masque', Renaissance Quarterly 37 (1984), 411.

Elliott, 'Plays at Christ Church' = John R. Elliott, Jr., 'Plays at Christ Church in 1636: A New Document', TN 39 (1975), 7.

Elmen, 'Death of Peter Hausted' = Paul Elmen, 'The Death of Peter Hausted', N&Q 195 (1950), 16.

ELN = English Language Notes

ELR = English Literary Renaissance

Elson, Wits = John James Elson, ed., The Wits, or, Sport Upon Sport, Cornell, 1932.

Evans, 'Cartwright's Debt to Lawes' = Willa McClung Evans, 'Cartwright's Debt to Lawes', in Long, Music, 103.

Evans, Henry Lawes = Willa McClung Evans, Henry Lawes, Musician and Friend of Poets, Modern Language Association, 1941.

Evans, 'John Tomkins' = D. R. A. Evans, 'The Life and Works of John Tomkins', Welsh Music vi/4 (1980), 56.

Evans, 'Richard Brome's Death' = Robert C. Evans, 'The Date of Richard Brome's Death', N&Q 234 (1989), 351.

Evans, William Cartwright = G. Blakemore Evans, ed., The Plays and Poems of William Cartwright, Wisconsin, 1951.

Evett, Two Angry Women = Marianne Brish Evett, ed., Henry Porter's The Two Angry Women of Abington: A Critical Edition, Garland, 1980.

Ewen, Lording Barry = C. L'Estrange Ewen, Lording Barry, Poet and Pirate, privately printed, 1938.

Ewen, 'Lording Barry, Dramatist' = C. L'Estrange Ewen, 'Lording Barry, Dramatist', N&Q 174 (1938), 111.

Ezell, 'To Be Your Daughter in Your Pen' = Margaret J. M. Ezell, '"To Be Your Daughter in Your Pen": The Social Functions of Literature in the Writings of Lady Elizabeth Brackley and Lady Jane Cavendish', HLQ 51 (1988), 281

Fairfax-Lucy, Charlecote and the Lucys = Alice Fairfax-Lucy, Charlecote and the Lucys: The Chronicle of an English Family, Oxford, 1958.

Fairfield, John Bale = L. P. Fairfield, John Bale: Mythmaker for the English Reformation, 1976.

Farley-Hills, 'Joseph Taylor' = David Farley-Hills, 'Shakespeare and Joseph Taylor', N&Q 239 (1994), 58.

Farmer, 'Greville and Coke' = Norman Farmer Jr., 'Fulke Greville and Sir John Coke: And Exchange of Letters on a History Lecture and Certain Latin Verses on Sir Philip Sidney', HLQ 33 (1970), 217.

Farmer, Wever and Ingelend = John S. Farmer, ed., The Dramatic Writings of Richard Wever and Thomas Ingelend, 1905.

Farnham, 'John (Henry) Scogan' = Willard Farnham, 'John (Henry) Scogan', MLR 16 (1921), 120

Farnham, 'Scogan's Quem Quaeritis' = Willard Farnham, 'Scogan's Quem Quaeritis', MLN 37 (1922), 289

Feasey, 'William Baldwin' = Eveline I. Feasey, 'William Baldwin', MLR 20 (1925), 407

Feather, 'Check-List' = John Feather, 'A Check-List of the Works of Robert Armin', Library 26 (1971), 165.

Feather, 'Robert Armin' = John Feather, 'Robert Armin and the Chamberlain's Men', N&Q 217 (1972), 448.

Feil, 'James Shirley's Service' = J. P. Feil, 'James Shirley's Years of Service', RES 8 (1957), 413.

Feldman, 'Playwrights and Pike-Trailers' = Abraham B. Feldman, 'Playwrights and Pike-Trailers in the Low Countries', N&Q 198 (1953), 184.

Fellowes, William Byrd = Edmund H. Fellowes, William Byrd, 1948.

Felver, Robert Armin = Charles S. Felver, Robert Armin, Shakespeare's Fool: A Biographical Essay, Kent State, 1961.

Fergusson, Man Behind Macbeth = Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran, The Man Behind Macbeth and Other Studies, 1969.

Fernandez, 'Davis Mell' = M. P. and P. C. Fernandez, 'Davis Mell, Musician and Clockmaker, and an Analysis of the Clockmaking Trade in Seventeenth-Century London', Antiquarian Horology 16 (1987), 602-17.

Fifield, 'Chaucer the Theatre-Goer' = Merle Fifield, 'Chaucer the Theatre-Goer', Papers on Language & Literature 3 (1967), 63

Findley, 'She Gave You the Civility of the House' = Alison Findlay, '"She Gave You the Civility of the House": Household Performance in The Concealed Fancies', in Cerasano and Wynne-Davies, Readings (1998), 259-71

Finkelpearl, 'Donne and Everard Guilpin' = Philip J. Finkelpearl, 'Donne and Everard Guilpin: Additions, Corrections, and Conjectures', RES 14 (1963), 164.

Finkelpearl, 'Henry Walley' = Philip J. Finkelpearl, 'Henry Walley of the Stationers' Company and John Marston', Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 56 (1962), 366.

Finkelpearl, John Marston = Philip J. Finkelpearl, John Marston of the Middle Temple: An Elizabethan Dramatist in his Social Setting, Harvard, 1969.

Flood, 'Fennor and Daborne' = W. H. Grattan Flood, 'Fennor and Daborne at Youghal in 1618', MLR 20 (1925), 321.

Flournoy, 'William Breton' = Fitzgerald Flournoy, 'William Breton, Nicholas Breton and George Gascoigne', RES xvi (1940),

Fobes, Jephthah = F. H. Fobes, ed., Jephthah, 1928.

Fogel, 'Sidney Canon' = E. G. Fogel, 'A Possible Addition to the Sidney Canon', MLN 75 (1960), 389.

Fogle, Critical Study = French Rowe Fogle, A Critical Study of William Drummond of Hawthornden, Columbia, 1952.

Forbes, Lydgate's Disguising = Derek Forbes, Lydgate's Disguising at Hertford Castle: The First Secular Comedy in the English Language, Blot Publishing, 1998.

Ford, George Buchanan = Philip J. Ford, George Buchanan, Prince of Poets, Aberdeen University Press, 1982.

Forker, 'John Webster and Anthony Munday' = Charles R. Forker, 'Two Notes on John Webster and Anthony Munday', ELN 6 (1968), 26.

Forker, Skull Beneath the Skin = Charles R. Forker, Skull Beneath the Skin: The Achievement of John Webster, Southern Illinois, 1986.

Forse, 'Extortion' = James H. Forse, 'Extortion in the Name of Art in Elizabethan England: The Impressment of Thomas Clifton for the Queen's Chapel Boys', TS 31 (1990), 165.

Forster, 'Benedict Burgh' = Max Forster, 'Uber Benedict Burghs Leben und Werke', Archiv 101 (1898), 53-5

Foster, AOx = Joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford 1500-1714, Oxford, 1891.

Foster, Elegy by W.S. = Donald Foster, Elegy by W.S.: A Study in Attribution, Delaware, 1989.

Foster, 'Gilbert Pilkington?' = Frances A. Foster, 'Was Gilbert Pilkington Author of the Secunda Pastorum?', PMLA 43 (1928), 124

Frampton, 'Gilbert Pilkington' = Mendal G. Frampton, 'Gilbert Pilkington Once More', PMLA 47 (1932), 622

Frank, 'New Dowland Document' = P. Frank, 'A New Dowland Document', Musical Times 124 (1983), 15.

Fraser, Cromwell = Antonia Fraser, Cromwell, the Lord Protector, Knopf, 1973.

Freehafer, 'Brome, Suckling' = John Freehafer, 'Brome, Suckling, and Davenant's Theater Project of 1639', Texas Studies in Literature and Language 10 (1968), 367.

Freehafer, 'London Patent Companies' = John Freehafer, 'The Formation of the London Patent Companies of 1660', TN 20 (1965), 6.

Freehafer, 'Perspective Scenery' = John Freehafer, 'Perspective Scenery and the Caroline Playhouses', TN 27 (1973), 98.

Freehafer, 'Seven Champions' = John Freehafer, 'Shakespeare's Tempest and The Seven Champions', Studies in Philology 66 (1969), 87.

Freeman, 'Authorship of The Tell-Tale' = Arthur Freeman, 'The Authorship of The Tell-Tale', Journal of English and Germanic Philology 62 (1963), 288.

Freeman, 'New Records of Thomas Kyd' = Arthur Freeman, 'New Records of Thomas Kyd and His Family', N&Q 210 (1965), 328.

Freeman, Thomas Kyd = Arthur Freeman, Thomas Kyd: Facts and Problems, Oxford, 1967.

French, Life Records of John Milton = J. Milton French, The Life Records of John Milton, Rutgers, 1949-58.

Fuller, Hilarii = John B. Fuller, ed., Hilarii Versus et Ludi, 1929.