Middleton, Thomas (15701627)

Middleton, Thomas, dramatist, born in London, where he was afterwards City Chronicler, married Mary Morbeck, and died; was fond of collaboration, and received assistance in his best work from Drayton, Webster, Dekker, Rowley, and Jonson; his comedies are smart and buoyant, sometimes indecorous; his masques more than usually elaborate and careful; in the comedy of “The Spanish Gypsy,” and the tragedies of “The Changeling,” and “Women beware Women,” is found the best fruit of his genius (15701627).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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