A critical edition of Samuel Rowley's 'When you see me, you know me'

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Howe, J.N;
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This edition presents a fully modernised and annotated text of Samuel Rowley’s 'When You See Me, You Know Me', first performed by Prince Henry’s Men at the Fortune playhouse c.1604. The earliest extant playtext to represent King Henry VIII as a character on the early mo... View more
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