Fortune's Tennis, Part 2

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Anon. (1602?)

Historical Records

British Library Add. MS.10449, f.4

"The [plot of the sec]ond part of fortun[e's tenn]is" is one of the six surviving backstage plots (the others being "The Dead Man's Fortune", Frederick and Basilea", "Troilus and Cressida", "The Battle of Alcazar", and "The Second Part of the Seven Deadly Sins".

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