Robertus Greene

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Robertus Greene (natus die 8 Iulii 1558 Norwici; mortuus die 3 Septembris 1592 Londinii), "magister ambarum universitatum", fuit scriptor Anglicus. Clarus est malum iudicium suum de iuveni Gulielmo Shakesperii: an upstart crow beautified with our feathers, scilicet "corvus novus plumis nostris adornatus".

Opera selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ludi scaenici
Moralia, mythistorica et autobiographica
  • Mamillia: The Triumph of Pallas (1583)
  • The Myrrour of Modestie (1584)
  • The History of Arbasto, King of Denmarke (1584)
  • Gwydonius (1584)
  • Planetomachia (1585)
  • Morando, the Tritameron of Love (1584-1586)
  • Euphues's Censure to Philautus (1587)
  • Greene's Farewell to Folly (c. 1587)
  • Penelope's Web (1587)
  • Alcida (1588)
  • Pandosto: the triumph of time (1588)
  • Greene's Orpharion (1588)
  • Perimedes (1588)
  • Ciceronis Amor (1589)
  • Menaphon (1589)
  • The Spanish Masquerado (1589)
  • Greene's Mourning Garment (1590)
  • Greene's Never Too Late (1590)
  • Greene's Vision (1590)
  • The Royal Exchange (1590)
  • Philomela (1592)
  • A Quip for an Upstart Courtier (1592)
  • Greene's Groat's Worth of Wit bought with a million of repentance (1592)
De vagantibus
  • A Notable Discovery of Cozenage (1591)
  • The Second Part of Coney-Catching (1591)
  • The Third and Last Part of Coney-Catching (1592)
  • A Disputation Between a He Coney-Catcher and a She Coney-Catcher (1592)
  • The Black Book's Messenger (1592)
  • The Defence of Coney-Catching (1592)

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Editiones operum
  • Alexander Dyce, ed., The dramatic works of Robert Greene: to which are added his poems. 2 voll. Londinii: Pickering, 1831 Vol. 1 Vol. 2
  • Alexander Grosart, ed., The life and complete works in prose and verse of Robert Greene. 15 voll. Londinii, 1881-1886 Volumina apud archive.org
  • Alexander Grosart, Green Pastures. Londinii, 1894 [Florilegium] Textus apud archive.org
  • J. Churton Collins, ed., The Plays and Poems of Robert Greene. 2 voll. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1905 Vol. 1 Vol. 2
Philologica et critica
  • Arul Kumaran, "Robert Greene's Martinist Transformation in 1590" in Studies in Philology vol. 103 (2006) pp. 243-263
  • Donna N. Murphy, "The Cobbler Of Canterbury and Robert Greene" in Notes and Queries vol. 57 (2010) pp. 349-352


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