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Джон Марстон. Библиография

Сочинения

  • Недовольный / пер. В. С. Макарова. М. : БД «Современники Шекспира», 2013.
  • Chapman G., Jonson B., Marston J. Eastward Ho! / ed. by R. Van Fossen. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 1999.
  • John Marston’s The Wonder of Women, or The tragedy of Sophonisba : a critical edition / ed. by William Kemp. New York : Garland, 1979. 191 p.
  • Marston J. and others [Barksted W., Machin L.] The Insatiate Countess / ed. by Giorgio Melchiori. Manchester : ; Dover, N.H. : Manchester University Press, 1984. xvi, 205 p.
  • Marston J. Antonio and Mellida: John Marston / ed. by ‎ W. Reavley Gair. Manchester ; New York, NY : Manchester University Press, 2005. 194 p.
  • Marston J. Antonio’s Revenge: John Marston / ed. by ‎W. Reavley Gair. Manchester : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY : Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 1999. XIV, 178 p.
  • Marston J. Parasitaster: Or, The Fawn / ed. by David A. Blostein. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 1978. 264 p.
  • Marston J. The Dutch Courtesan /ed. by David Crane. A&C Black, 1997. 144 p.
  • Marston J. The Malcontent / ed. by George K. Hunter. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2000. v, 131 p
  • Marston J. The Poems of John Marston / ed. by Arnold Davenport. Liverpool University Press, 1961.
  • The Selected Plays of John Marston / ed. by MacDonald P. Jackson and Michael Neill. Cambridge ; New York :: Cambridge University Press, 1986. xxxv, 535 p.
  • The Works of John Marston : 3 vols./ ed. by Henry Bullen. London : J.C. Nimmo, 1887. (vol. 1) (vol. 2) (vol. 3).

Литература

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