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0000 0001 1025 5320
Name: 
C, G.
C, George Chapman
Chap, Geor
Chap, George Chapman
Chapman, ..
Chapman, G.
Chapman, George
G. C
G. C. Gent
G. C, George Chapman
チャプマン, G
Dates: 
ca 1559-1634
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cre
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English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Homer
Homère
Homerus, ca (800 v.Chr)
Hooper, Richard (1821-1894)
Jonson, Ben (1573?-1637)
Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593)
Marston, John (1576-1634)
Musaeus (poète)
Nicoll, Allardyce (1894-1976)
Nicoll, John Ramsey Allardyce (1894-1976)
Parrott, Thomas Marc
Sheperd, R.H. (1842-1895)
Sheperd, Richard Herne (1842-1895)
Shepherd, Richard Herne (1842-1895)
Shirley, James
Swinburne, Algernon Charles (1837-1909)
川井, 万里子 (1938-)
Titles: 
adventures of Ulysses :, The
All fooles and: The gentleman Usher
All fools
Alphonsus emperor of Germany. -
Ball, a comedy... written by George Chapman and James Shirly, The
Batrachomyomachia.
Blind beggar of Alexandria, 1598, The
blind gebbar of Alexandria., The : 1598. [Även facs.-tit.].
Bussy D'Ambois, or The husbands revenge.
Caesar and Pompey, a Roman tragedy, declaring their vvarres : out of whose euents is euicted this proposition, only a iust man is a freeman
Chapman's Homer : the Iliad, the Odyssey and the lesser Homerica
Chapman's Homeric hymns and other Homerica
Charlemagne; or, The distracted emperor.
Charlemagne (Play)
christianetta
comedies and tragedies of George Chapman, now first collected, with illustrative notes and a memoir of the author ..., The
complete poems and translations, The
conspiracie, and traegedy of Charles duke of Byron, marshall of France., The
Conspiracie and tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron, Marshall of France
Conspiracie, And Tragœdy of Charles Dyke Of Byron, Marshall of France., The
conspiracy and tragedy of Charles Duke of Byron, The
Eastward ho
Eastward hoe : 1605
epicede, or, Funerall song, An : on the most disastrous death of the high-borne-prince of men, Henry, Prince of Wales, &c. : with the funeralls and representation of the herse of the same high and mighty prince ... deceased at St. James, the sixt day of Nouember, 1612, and was most princely interred the seuenth day of December following, within the Abbey of Westminster, in the eighteenth yeere of his age.
Five Stuart tragedies
fountain of new fashions, the
gentleman usher, The
George Chapman : [plays]
George Chapman's minor translations : a critical edition of his renderings of Musaeus, Hesiod and Juvenal
Georgicks of Hesiod, The
Hero and Leander, 1598
Higashiyukidayōo
Homer's Batrachomyomachia, hymns and epigrams. Hesiod's works and days. Musæus' Hero and Leander. Juvenal's fifth satire
Homer's Iliad and Odyssey
Homeric hymns.
humoorous day's mirth., An : 1599. [Även facs.-tit.].
Humorous day's mirth, 1599, An
Iliad
Iliads of Homer, prince of poets, The
Iliads... With an introduction and notes, by Richard Hooper,..., The
maid's Tragedy
malcontent
masque of the twelve months, the
Monsiuer d'Olive. : a comedy.
Odyssey.
Odysseys... With an introduction and notes, by Richard Hooper,..., The
Opere
phoenix and turtle, The
plays and poems, The
plays of George Chapman, The : the comedies : a critical edition
plays of George Chapman, The : the tragedies with Sir Gyles Goosecappe : a critical edition
pleasant comedy entitled: An humerous dayes myrth
Poems and minor translations
poems of George Chapman, The
reuenge of Bussy d'Ambois, a tragedie, The : as it hath beene often presented at the priuate play-house in the White-Fryers
Revenge for honour : a tragedie
Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois, a tragedie
revenge of Bussy d'Ambois, The : 1613
Sejanus, his fall. Written by Ben Jonson...
Shakespeare and the rival poet : displaying Shakespeare as a satirist and proving the identity of the patron and the rival of the sonnets
Shakespearean extracts from "Edward Pudsey's booke : temp. Q. Elizabeth & K. James I. which include some from an unknown play by William Shakespeare [or rather from Chapman's "Blind beggar of Alexander"] Also a few unpublished records of the Shakespeare of Snitterfield and Wroxall preserved in the Public Record Office
Sir Giles Goosecap.
Sir Gyles Goosecappe, Knight
The conspiracy and tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron.
Time's distractions : a play from the time of Charles I
Time's triumph.
Tragedie of Chabot admirall of France, written by George Chapman and James Shirley. Reprinted from the quarto of 1639. Edited with an introduction and notes by Ezra Lehman,..., The
tragedies, with sir gyles goosecappe, the
Two wise men and all the rest fools.
whole works of Homer, prince of poetts, in his Iliads and Odysses, The
Widdowes teares
widow's tears, The
works of Ben Jonson.
works of George Chapman, The : poems and minor translations
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