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Primary author(s)
Heywood, Thomas
A Young Witty Lad Playing Richard the Third
Full title
A young witty Lad playing the part of Richard the third: at the Red Bull: the Author because hee was interessed in the Play to incourage him, wrot him this Prologue and Epilogue.
Secondary title
Pleasant Dialogues and Dramas
Full secondary title
Pleasant Dialogves and Dramma's, Selected ovt of Lucian, Erasmus, Textor, Ovid, &c. With sundry Emblems extracted from the most elegant Jacobus Catsius. As also certaine Elegies, Epitaphs, and Epithalamions or Nuptiall Songs; Anagrams and Acrosticks; with divers Speeches (upon severall occasions) spoken to their most Excellent Majesties, King Charles, and Queene Mary. With other Fancies translated from Beza, Bucanan, and sundry Italian poets. By Thomas Heywood. Aut prodesse solent, aut delectare--
Place of publication
R. H.; R. O.; Thomas Slater
Publication date
1637 (Source of claim: original)

Copy/Copies Consulted

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC, USA
Short Title Number
STC: 13358
Early English Books Online

Meta Type

  • primary source

Citation Type

  • book section

Document Type

  • epilogue
  • prologue

Document Class

  • theatrical

Production Auspices

  • single author


  • English

Country of Origin

  • England