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Name: 
Haywood, John
Haywoode, John
Heiwood, John
Heywod, John
Heywood, J.
Heywood, John
Heywoode, Jhon
Heywoode, John
Dates: 
c.1497-c.1580
Creation class: 
cre
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author
author of afterword, colophon
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Related names: 
De la Bère, Rupert (1887-)
Farmer, John S.
Farmer, John S. (1845?-1915?)
Farmer, John Stephen (1845?-1915?)
Farmer, John Stephen (1854-1916)
Happé, Peter (1932-...)
Milligan, Burton Alviere
Rastell, John (1475?-1536)
Sharman, Julian
Udall, Nicholas (1505-1556)
Wever, R.
Titles: 
critical edition of John Heywood's A play of love, A
critical edition of The Play of the wether by John Heywood, A
Damon and Pithias
Dialogue conteinyng the nomber in effect of all the proverbes in the Englishe tongue
Dialogue of proverbs, edited... by Rudolph E. Habenicht, John Heywood's A
dialogue on wit and folly, a
dramatic writings (1905), The
dramatic writings of John Heywood,..., The
Early English dramatists ...
Four old plays : three interludes, "Thersytes", "Jack Jugler" and Heywoods "Pardoner and frere" ; and "Jocasta, a tragedy", by Gascoigne and Kinwelmarsh ; with an introduction and notes
four P. P.
four PP, The
four Ps
Gammer Gurton's needle
Gentleness and nobility (1522-1523)
Jack Juggler
Jocasta, a tragedy
Johan Johan the husband
johan johan the husband|the mery play betwene johan johan, the husbande, tyb, his wyf, and syr johan, the preest
John Heywood, entertainer
John Heywood's Works and miscellaneous short poems. Edited... by Burton A. Milligan
John Heywood's Works and miscellaneous short poems. Edited, with an introduction and notes, by Burton A. Millican ...
John John the husband, Tib his wife and Sir John the priest... 1533
John John the husband, Tyb his wife and Sir John the priest. 1533. -
Like will to like
mery play between Johan Johan, the Husbande, Tyb, his Wyfe and Syr Jhan, the Preest, A
mery playe betwene the pardoner and the frere, the curate, and neybour Pratte., A
New custom
Of gentleness and nobility... [1535 ?]
Of gentylnes and nobylyte
Pardoner and the frere, the curate and neybour Pratte... 1533, The
Pardoner and the frere, the curate and the neybour Pratte
pardoner and the friar, 1533, The ; [prep. by L.M. Clopper]
pardoner and the Friar 1533, The : The four Ps ? 1544.
pardoner and the friar, the curate and neighbour Pratt, The : (c.1553). The four P. P. : (c.1540)
Pardoner and the friar. - The Four P. P. ... edited with an introduction, note-book and word-list by John S. Farmer, The
pinner of Wakefield
Play called the Four P. P.... [1545 ?], The
play called the four PP. [1545?]. -, The
Play of love, 1534, A
Play of love, by John Heywood. Edited by Kenneth Walter Cameron, The
Play of the weather... 1533, The
Play of the weather... an unrecorded edition (1906), The
play of the weather, and other Tudor comedies, The
play of the weather (play)|the play of the wether, a new and mery interlude of all maner of wethers, the
Play to love
plays of John Heywood, The
proverbs and epigrams of John Heywood (A.D. 1562). Reprinted from the original (1562) ed., and collated with the 2d (1566) ed.; with an appendix of variations., The
proverbs and epigrams of John Heywood (A.D. 1562) reprinted from the original (1562) edition, and collated with the second (1566) edition; with an appendix of variations., The
Proverbs, epigrams and miscellanies of John Heywood... edited by John S. Farmer, The
proverbs of John Heywood. Being the "Proverbes" of that author printed 1546., The
Sammlung
select collection of old plays. Volume the first., A
spider and the flie, 1900., The
spider and the fly, The : together with an attributed interlude entitled Gentleness and nobility
Spider and the fly, together with an attributed interlude entitled, The : Gentleness and nobility, by John Heywood, edited by John S. Farmer
Thersytes.
Three Rastell plays : Four elements, Calisto and Melebea, Gentleness and nobility
Tom Tiler and his wife
tragedy or interlude
Two moral interludes
Two Tudor "shrew" plays. 1) John, Tib and Sir John (by John Heywood). 2) Tom Tiler and his wife (anonymous), edited, with an introduction, note-book and word-list, by John S. Farmer
Witty and witless. (c. 15?) London
[Witty and Witless. ca 15...?]. -
Witty and witless : (Fragment: Ms. 16. eeuw (autogr.?))
workes of Iohn Heiwood newlie imprinted, The : namelie, a dialogue wherein are pleasantlie contriued the number of all the effectuall prouerbs in our English tongue, compact in a matter concerning two maner of mariages : together with three hundred epigrammes vpon three hundred prouerbes, also a fourth, fifth and sixth hundreth of other very pleasant, pithie and ingenious epigrammes.
Works and miscellaneous short poems
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