Mortimer His Fall
NB. Technically this is not so much a "lost play" as an incomplete fragment, left unfinished when the author died.
Jonson F2 (1640)
|"Titlepage", p.||"Persons", p.||"Arguments", p.|
|"Scene 1", p.291||"Scene 1 (cont'd) and Scene 2", p.292|
Images from the University of Melbourne copy of Jonson's Second Folio; reproduced by permission of the Baillieu Library.
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