Marston, Collaboration, and "Eastward Ho!"

  title={Marston, Collaboration, and "Eastward Ho!"},
  author={Suzanne Gossett},
  journal={Renaissance Drama},
  pages={181 - 200}
yr astward Ho! was published three times in 1605 with apparently thorJjt ough external evidence of its circumstances of production on the title page: "As It was playd in the Black-friers. By The Children of her Maiesties Reuels. Made by Geo: Chapman. Ben: Ionson. Ion: Marston" (Quarto 1, 1605). The triple authorship of this play has never been questioned, and I do not intend to question it here, yet a number of factors suggest that Marston's role was anomalous. First, despite Drummond's report… 
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