Publicly accessible & out-of-copyright texts that we used in the Marathon are collected here
Dekker’s Dramatic Works Vol.1 ed. Shepherd, 1873 – includes The Gentle Craft (aka Shoemakers Holiday), Old Fortunatus, Satiro-Mastix, The Magnificent Entertainment.
Dekker’s Dramatic Works Vol.2 ed. Shepherd, 1873 – includes Honest Whore, Whore of Babylon, Westward-Ho!
Dekker’s Dramatic Works Vol.3 ed. Shepherd, 1873 – includes Northward Ho!, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Roaring Girle, London Triumphing, If This Be Not a Good Play The Devil is in it,
Dekker’s Dramatic Works Vol.4 ed. Shepherd, 1873 – includes Virgin Martyr, Brittania’s Honour, Match Mee in London, Wonder of a Kingdom, Sun’s Darling, Witch of Edmonton.
A Warning for Fair Women – lightly modernised by MW.
Patient Grissill – hastilie modernis’d by AB
The Spanish Moor’s Tragedy – lightly modernised by MW.
Blurt, Master Constable – lightly modernised by MW.
Troja-Nova Triumphans – in Lord Mayors’ Pageants – Being Collections Towards a History of These Annual Celebrations, with Specimens of the Descriptive Pamphlets Published by the City Poets, Parts 1-2 – begins p.252.
The Patient Man and the Honest Whore (aka The Honest Whore Part 1)
The Honest Whore Part 2 (Word file)
The Honest Whore Part 1 – edited by Joost Daalder
The Honest Whore Part 2 – edited by Joost Daalder
(both courtesy of Digital Renaissance Editions)
Links to online modernised versions by Chris Cleary: