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Antonio and Mellida the first part. Edited by G.K. Hunter. by John Marston

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Published by E. Arnold in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

First published in 1602 under title: The history of Antonio and Mellida. The first part. Includes bibliography.

SeriesRegents Renaissance drama series
ContributionsHunter, G. K.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 88 p. ;
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19942387M

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Antonio and Mellida was the first play by John Marston performed by the newly revived Paul's Company in Marston sought to display a variety of talents, comic, tragic, satiric and historical, advertising his own dramatic skills and the prowess of the choristers of Paul': Paperback.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Antonio and Mellida by John Marston, , Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press edition, in EnglishPages: In a fury, Antonio rebukes Alberto for trying to comfort him. Unlike Pandulpho, Antonio takes no stock in Seneca's stoicism. While reading the Roman philosopher, Antonio shouts back at the book that the author never felt Antonio's pain. Antonio speaks briefly with Mellida the day before her trial. She assures him that she will die. Antonio's Revenge is a late Elizabethan play written by John Marston and performed by the Children of Paul' is a sequel to Marston's comic play Antonio and Mellida, and it chronicles the conflict and violence between Piero Sforza, the Duke of Venice, and Antonio, who is determined to take revenge against Piero for the death of his father and the slander of his fiancée (Piero's .