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Thomas Heywood (1575-1650). But this most glorious vniuerse was made Of nothing,-by the great Creators will: The ocean bounded in, not to inuade Or swallow vp the land ; so resteth still The azure firmament, to ouershade Both continent and waters, which fulfill The Maker's word : one God doth sole extend, Without beginning, and shall see no end.
Thomas Heywood, English actor-playwright whose career spans the peak periods of Elizabethan and Jacobean drama. Heywood apparently attended the University of Cambridge, though his attendance there remains undocumented. After arriving in London sometime before 1598, he joined Philip Henslowe’s.
Heywood was an English playwright, actor, and poet A Woman Kilde with Kindnesse ( 1607 ). Troia Britannica; or, Great Britaines Troy ( 1609 ). The Fair Maid of the West ( 1631 ). The English Traveller ( 1633 ).
Heywood was an English playwright, actor, and poet. Born in Lincolnshire, England in approximately 1575, he was educated at Cambridge. In his preface to the English Traveller (1633) he describes himself as having had "an entire hand or at least a main finger in two hundred and twenty plays. Of this number, probably considerably increased before the close of his dramatic career, only twenty-three are thought to survive. His most famous play was A Woman Killed with Kindness (1603). A Woman Kilde with Kindnesse ( 1607 ). The Captives ( 1634 ).
Thomas Heywood (early 1570s – 16 August 1641) was an English playwright, actor, and author. His main contributions were to late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre. He is best known for his masterpiece A Woman Killed with Kindness, a domestic tragedy, which was first performed in 1603 at the Rose Theatre by the Worcester's Men company
Poems by Thomas Heywood. Heywood was an English playwright, actor, and poet.
Poems by Thomas Heywood. In his preface to the English Traveller (1633) he describes. A Pleasant Comedy, Called a Maidenhead Well Lost ( 1634 ).
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Thomas Heywood (?1574 - 16 August 1641) was an English poet, playwright, and actor. Few facts about Heywood have come down, and these are almost entirely derived from his own writings. He appears to have been born in Lincolnshire, and was a fellow at Cambridge, and an ardent Protestant.