The Plays of Robert Greene

The early Elizabethan author Robert Greene was a popular pamphleteer and sometime-playwright, but he is most famous today for a gratuitous insult he directed at William Shakespeare shortly before he, Greene, died. Having lived a life of debauchery, Greene left this world penniless and friendless. Read more about Robert Greene here.

The Annotated Plays of Robert Greene:

Alphonsus, King of Aragon (c. 1588-1591)

 Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay (c.1590)

Orlando Furioso (c. 1590)

A Looking Glass for London and England (with Thomas Lodge, c. 1590)