The Tragical History of Guy Earl of Warwick
The Tragical History of Guy Earl of Warwick or The Tragical History, Admirable Atchievments and Various Events of Guy Earl of Warwick (Guy Earl of Warwick) is an English history play, with comedy, of the late 16th or early 17th century. The author of Guy Earl of Warwick is not known, although Ben Jonson and Thomas Dekker have been proposed. The play is about the adventures of legendary English hero Guy of Warwick in Europe and the Holy Land, and about the relationship between Guy and his wife, Phillis. Guy Earl of Warwick is notable because one of the characters - Guy's servant and comic sidekick Philip Sparrow - is considered by some scholars to be an early lampoon of William Shakespeare.
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