Munday, Anthony - Downfall of Robert Earle of Huntington
By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2013-08-15. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-07-12.
- Munday, Anthony; [Chettle, Henry]; Collier, John Payne, ed. The Downfall of Robert Earl of Huntington (London, 1828).
- Collier, John Payne, ed. Five Old Plays (London, 1833); (separate pagination). Same ed. as preceding.
- Dodsley, Robert, ed.; Hazlitt, W.C., ed. A Select Collection of Old English Plays (London, 1874), vol. VIII, pp. 93-207.
Studies and criticism
- Oakley-Brown, Liz. 'Framing Robin Hood: temporality and textuality in Anthony Munday's Huntington plays', in: Phillips, Helen, ed. Robin Hood: Medieval and Post-Medieval (Dublin, 2005), pp. 113-128
- Skura, Meredith. 'Anthony Munday's "Gentrification" of Robin Hood', English Literary Renaissance, vol. 33 (2003), pp. 155-80.
- Freeburg, Victor Oscar. Disguise Plots in Elizabethan Drama: a Study in Stage Tradition (Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature) (New York, 1915), pp. 25, 105, 151 n., 223.
- Merriam, Thomas. 'Six-Word Collocations in Shakespeare and Sir Thomas More', Notes & Queries, vol. 56 (2009), pp. 48-51, see p. 50.
- Oliphant, E.H.C. 'Problems of Authorship in Elizabethan Dramatic Lierature', Modern Philology, vol. VIII (1911), pp. 411-59; see p. 454: attributes the Huntingdon plays to Munday and Chettle.
- Parrott, T.M. 'The Authorship of Two Italian Gentlemen', Modern Philology, vol. XIII (1915), pp. 241-51; see pp. 250, 251. On rhyme-schemes, comic "malapropisms" etc. as evidence of authorship in Downfall and Death.
- Reynolds, George F. 'Some Principles of Elizabethan Staging. Part I.', Modern Philology, vol. II (1905), pp. 581-614; see p. 597.
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