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Dido

Dido, Queen of Carthage

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Dido, Queen of Carthage

Dido, Queen of Carthage

Bibliography

1. Collected Works

Ref Editor Title Published Website Link
[Brooke-Works] C.F. Tucker Brooke The Works of Christopher Marlowe Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1910. Marlowe Society Reading List
[Brooke-Life] C.F. Tucker Brooke The Works and Life of Christopher Marlowe. Vol. I: The Life of Marlowe and 'The Tragedy of Dido, Queen of Carthage' Methuen, London, 1930. Marlowe Society Reading List
[Bullen] Arthur Henry Bullen The Works of Christopher Marlowe (3 Vols). Dido is in Vol. II. John C. Nimmo, London, 1885. Online Library of Liberty
[Cunningham] Lt. Col. Francis Cunningham The Works of Christopher Marlowe Frederick Warne and Co, London, 1870. Google Books
[Dyce] Rev. Alexander Dyce The Works of Christopher Marlowe With Notes and Some Account of His Life and Writings William Pickering, London, 1850. Google Books
[Grosart] Alexander Balloch Grosart The Complete Works of Thomas Nashe (6 Vols). Dido is in Vol VI. London, 1881-5. Luminarium
[McKerrow] Ronald B. McKerrow The Works of Thomas Nashe (5 Vols). Dido is in Vol IV. Oxford, 1904-10. Google Books
[Oxberry] William Oxberry The Dramatic Works of Christopher Marlowe with Prefatory Remarks, Notes, Critical, and Explanatory (8 Vols) W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, London, 1827. viaLibri.net;
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[Robinson] George Robinson The Works of Christopher Marlowe (3 Vols) William Pickering, London, 1826.  

2. Editions of Dido, Queen of Carthage

Ref Editor Title Published Website Link
[Q] Thomas Nashe? The Tragedie of Dido Queene Carthage: Played by the Children of her Maiesties Chappell. Written by Christopher Marlowe, and Thomas Nash. Gent. Thomas Woodcock, London, 1594.  
[Farmer-Facsimile] John S. Farmer The Tudor Facsimile Texts: The Tragedy of Dido Queene of Carthage The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1914. Project Gutenberg Text
[Hurst] Hurst and Robinson The Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists: Vol II. Printed for Hurst, Robinson & Co, London, 1825. Google Books
[Oliver] H.J. Oliver The Revels Plays: Dido Queen of Carthage and The Massacre at Paris Methuen & Co Ltd, London, 1968. Marlowe Society Reading List

3. Marlowe Biographies

The following biographies are explicitly cited in our Dido overview. A wider selection of Marlowe biographies are detailed in our Reading List.

Ref Author Title Published Website Link
[Bakeless-Marlowe] John Bakeless Christopher Marlowe Jonathan Cape, London, 1938. Amazon.co.uk
[Honan] Park Honan Christopher Marlowe: Poet & Spy Oxford University Press, 2005. Marlowe Society Reading List

4. Marlowe Criticism

The following references are explicitly cited in our Dido overview. A wider selection of critical works on Marlowe are detailed in our Reading List.

Ref Author Title Published Website Link
[Allen] John Cameron Allen "Marlowe's Dido and the Tradition" in Essays on Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama in Honor of Hardin Craig (Ed. Richard Hosley) University of Missouri Press, Columbia, 1962. Google Books
[Cambridge] Ed. Patrick Cheney The Cambridge Companion to Christopher Marlowe, esp. Ch 12. "Dido, Queen of Carthage and The Massacre at Paris" by Sara Munson Deats. Cambridge University Press, 2004. Marlowe Society Reading List
[Cole-Suffering] Douglas Cole Suffering and Evil in the Plays of Christopher Marlowe Princeton University Press, 1962. AbeBooks.co.uk
[Eliot] T.S. Eliot Essay "Christopher Marlowe" in Selected Essays. Also reproduced in [Leech] pp.12-17 Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., 1932. Google Books
[Godshalk] William L. Godshalk The Marlovian World Picture Mouton, The Hague, 1974. Amazon.co.uk
[Knutowski] Dr. Boleslaus Knutowski Das Dido-Drama von Marlowe und Nash Breslau: Grosser, 1905. Amazon.co.fr
[Leech] Ed. Clifford Leech Marlowe: A Collection of Critical Essays Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 1964. Marlowe Society Reading List
[Seaton-Reading] Ethel Seaton Essay "Marlowe's Light Reading" in Elizabethan and Jacobean Studies Presented to Frank Percy Wilson (Ed. H. Davis and H. Gardner) Oxford, 1959. Google Books
[M.E.Smith] Mary Elizabeth Smith 'Love Kindling Fire': A Study of Christopher Marlowe's The Tragedy of Dido, Queen of Carthage Institut fur Englishe Sprache und Literatur, Salzburg, 1977. Amazon.co.uk
[Steane] J.B. Steane Marlowe: A Critical Study Cambridge University Press, 1964. Marlowe Society Reading List
[Verity] A.W. Verity The Influence of Christopher Marlowe on Shakespeare's Earlier Style Cambridge, 1886.  

5. Journal Articles

Ref Editor Title Published Website Link
[Broughton-N&Q] James Broughton Notes and Queries C (N.S. XXIII) 1830.  
[Merriam-N&Q] Thomas Merriam Notes and Queries: Vol. 47 No. 4, December 2000: Marlowe and Nashe in Dido Queen of Carthage (pp.425-428) 2000. Notes & Queries Index
[Wiggins] Martin Wiggins "When did Marlowe Write 'Dido, Queen of Carthage'?" in Review of English Studies 2008; Vol 59: pp.521-541 2008. Review of English Studies

6. Other Referenced Works

Ref Author Title Published Website Link
[Arden-Hamlet] Ed. Harold Jenkins Hamlet (The Arden Edition) Methuen & Co Ltd, 1982.  
[Chambers] E.K. Chambers The Elizabethan Stage (4 Vols) Oxford University Press, 1923. Index at Google Books
[Clemen] Wolfgang Clemen English Tragedy Before Shakespeare Methuen Young Books, 1961. Amazon.co.uk
[Gager] Ed. Dana F. Sutton William Gager: The Complete Works Garland, New York, 1994.  
[Greg-Bibliography] W.W. Greg A Bibliography of the English Printed Drama to the Restoration London, 1939-59.  
[Henslowe-Diary] Ed. R.A. Foakes and R.T. Rickert Henslowe's Diary Cambridge University Press, 2002 (2nd Edn). Marlowe Society Reading List
[Harbage] Alfred Harbage Shakespeare and the Rival Traditions New York, 1952.  
[Hazlitt] William Hazlitt Lectures Chiefly on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth 1820. Amazon.co.uk
[Lamb] Charles Lamb Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who lived about the time of Shakespeare (2 Vols). Vol I pp. 17-44 is devoted to Marlowe. London, 1808. Google Books
[Pearce] T.M. Pearce Studies in the English Renaissance Drama (Ed. Josephine W. Bennett, Oscar Cargill, Vernon Hall) - 15. Evidence for Dating Marlowe's Tragedy of Dido by T.M. Pearce. New York University Press, 1959. Questia.com
 
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