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Thomas Dekker (1572 - 1632)

Nationality: English
Periods: British: 1500-1700

English dramatist, member of the Henslowe group

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The Honest Whore

The Roaring Girl

The Whore of Babylon

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Criticism about Thomas Dekker

Chapman, Marston, Dekker
http://www.bartleby.com/216/index.html#2
This lengthy analysis of the authors' lives and works includes sections titled "MarstonŐs life", "His prominence in the War of the Theatres", "MarstonŐs Tragedies; Antonio and Mellida", "DekkerŐs early activities; Value of his work; His Comedies: The Shomakers Holiday; Old Fortunatus; The Honest Whore" amd "Importance of his prose work."
Contains: Extensive Bio, Criticism, Bibliography
Author: W. Macneile Dixon
From: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature Volume V: English THE DRAMA TO 1642 Part Two
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