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Deckar, Thomas
Decker, Thomas
Dekkar, Thomas
Dekker, Tho
Dekker, Thomas
Dekker, Thomas ((writer))
Dickers, Thomas
توماس دكر،
دكر، توماس،
デッカー, T
デッカー, トマス
approximately 1572-1632
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Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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Biberstein-Kazimirski, Albert de (1808-1887)
Bowers, Fredson (1905- ))
Bowers, Fredson Thayer (1905-1991)
Chettle, Henry (d. 1607?)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Ford, John (1586-1640?)
Grosart, Alexander B.
Haughton, William
Middleton, Thomas
Quilter, Roger (1877-1953)
Rhys, Ernest (1859-1946)
Walló, K. M. (1914-1990)
Walló, Karel Michael (1914-1990)
Webster, John (1580?-1625?)
Wilson, F.P. (1889-1963)
Wilson, Frank Percy (1889-1963)
Wydawnictwo Literackie
محمود، على احمد
岡崎, 涼子 (1936-)
batchelars banquet. -, The
belman of London, The
best plays, The
Blurt, Master Constable (1602)
critical old-spelling edition of Thomas Dekker's Blurt, Master Constable (1602), A
Czarownica z Edmonton
Dead tearme
Dekker's shoemaker's holiday
Diable au village ou la Sorcière d'Edmonton, Le
Dramatic works of Thomas Dekker now first collected with illustrative notes and a memoir of the author..., The
Dramatische Werke
Elizabethan drama : in two volumes : with introduction and notes.
English villainies discovered by lantern and candlelight and selected writings
famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat, The
Fête du cordonnier ["the Shoemaker's holiday"]..., La
Forde's contribution to the decadence of the drama
Foure birds of Noahs arke. -
Green's Tu Quoque
Greevovs grones for the poore
gull's hornbook, The
guls hornbook and The belman of London, The : in two parts
guls hornbooke, The
guls horne-booke, 1609, The
Gvls horne-booke
honest whore. The honest whore., The
Honest whore, with, the humours of the patient man, and the longing wife
John Forde's Dramatische Werke in Neudruck
Jour de fête des cordonniers("the Shoemakers holiday"), suivi de l'Abécédaire des benêts ("the Guls horn-book"). Introduction, traduction et notes par J. [Jean] Loiseau,..., Thomas Dekker. Le
knight's conjuring done in earnest, discovered in jest, A
knights conjuring (1607); a critical edition, A
Lanthorne and candle-light
Lust's dominion; or, The lascivious queen
magnificent entertainment, The : giuen to King Iames, Queene Anne his wife, and Henry Frederick the prince vpon the day of His Maiesties tryumphant passage from the Tower through his honourable citie (and chamber) of London, being the 15 of March 1603 : as well by the English as by the strangers, with the speeches and songes, deliuered in the seuerall pageants ...
merry devil of Edmonton, The : 1608
Modrý pondělek
noble Spanish soldier, The
non-dramatic works of Thomas Dekker., The
North-ward hoe
Northward hoe : 1607
O sweet content : op. 71, no. 2
O, the Month of May, Op. 24 No. 4
Old Fortunatus, 1600
Onna banchō matanona onna kaitō moru
owles almanacke, The
Patient Grissill : 1603
Patient Grissill : a comedy
Penny-wise, pound-foolish
Pierce Penilesse, his supplication to the Devil
plague pamphlets of Thomas Dekker, The
pleasant comedie of Old Fortunatus. -, The
pleasant comedy of Old Fortunatus, as presented at the court of Queen Elizabeth., The
pleasant comodie of patient Grissill., The : Nach dem Drucke von 1603 herausg. von Gottlieb Hübsch.
Poetaster by Ben Jonson. and Satiromastix by Thomas Dekker
roaring girl and other city comedies, The
roaring girl, The : 1611
roaring girl, The : authoritative text, contexts, criticism
Satiro-Mastix or the Untrussing of the humorous poet, by Thomas Dekker, herausgegeben nach den Drucken von 1602 von Dr. Hans Scherer
Satiro-mastix; or, The vntrussing of the humorous poet.
Satiromastix. : Ed. by Josiah H. Penniman.
Satiromastix, or the Untrussing of the humorous poet,...
Schoemaker's holiday
Schuhmachers Feiertag
Schuster seiner Glücks Volksstück in 5 Akten
seven deadly sinnes of London drawne in seven severall coaches through the seven severall gates of the Citie, bringing the plague with them, The
seven deadly sins of London drawn in seven several coaches, through the seven several gates of the City, bringing the plague with them, The : october 1606
shoemaker's holiday or The gentle craft, The
shoemaker's holiday, The : or a pleasant comedy of the gentle craft
shoemakers holiday, The : a comedy ...
Sir Thomas More : Dekker's addition ; The shoemakers' holiday ; Old fortunatus ; Patient grissil ; Satiromastix ; Sir Thomas Wyatt
sorcière d'Edmonton, La
sun's darling, The ; Britannia's honor ; London's tempe ; Lust's dominion ; The noble Spanish soldier ; The Welsh embassador
Szewskie święto albo Szlachetne rzemiosłow ; przeł. [z ang.] i posłowiem opatrzył Juliusz Kydryński]. - Kraków, 1979
Teishukuna shōfu.
Third and last part of Cony-catching, The
Thomas Dekker
Three Elizabethan pamphlets
trage-comedy: called Match me in London ..., A : By Tho. Dekker.
Tragi-Comedy: Called. Match mee in London., A
virgin-martyr, The : a tragedie.
vvonderfull yeare, 1603., The
Westward hoe : 1607
Witch of Edmonton, The ; The Tragedy of Sophonisba ; The Witch ; The Witch of Edmonton
wonderful year; The Gull's horn-book; Penny-wise, pound-foolish; English villainies discovered by lantern and candlelight; and selected writings, The
wonderfull yeare, The : 1603
works of Thomas Middleton, The
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