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Autor Lyly, John
  • A moste excellent Comedie of Alexander, Campaspe, and Diogenes. Lyly, John. London. Cadman, Thomas. 1584. 4º. First quarto. STC: 17047.5.
  • Campaspe. Lyly, John. London. Cadman, Thomas. 1584. 2º. Second quarto. STC: 17048.
  • Campaspe. Lyly, John. London. Cadman, Thomas. 1584. 4º. Third quarto. STC: 17048a.
  • Campaspe. Lyly, John. London. Broome, William. 1591. 4º. Fourth quarto..
  • SIXE COVRT Comedies. [Six Court Comedies]. Lyly, John. London. Blount, Edward. 1632. 12º. STC: 17088.
Ediciones modernas
  • Hunter, George K., ed. Campaspe. Lyly, John. In: Hunter, George K.; Bevington, David, ed. Campaspe. Sappho and Phao. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1991, pp. 302-60. The Revels Plays series.
  • Daniel, Carter A., ed. The Plays of John Lyly. Lyly, John. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press / Associated University Presses, 1988.
  • Adams, Joseph Quincy, ed. Chief Pre-Shakespearean Dramas.. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924, pp. 609-635. Supposes, pp. 536-67.
  • Bond, R. W., ed. The Complete Works of John Lyly. Lyly, John. Vol. 2. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1902, pp. 302-360.
  • 1583
Representaciones antiguas
  • Company: The Earl of Oxford’s Boys Venue: the Blackfriars Date: 1583-84
      Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
      Note: Indoor “private” theatre
      Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 2: 1567-1589. 2012.
    • Company: The Earl of Oxford’s Boys Venue: Whitehall Palace Date: 1584
        Location: Venue type: palace / court
        Note: (Children of the Chapel Royal and of Paul’s)
        Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 2: 1567-1589. 2012.
      Tiempo histórico
      • Antigüedad clásica
      Lugares de la acción
      • Athens. [Greece]. Europe
      Bibliografía selecta Estudios críticos:
      • Sabatier, Armelle. "Colour as an art of illusion in John Lyly's 'Campaspe' (1584)". EREA. 2015, vol. 2, 12, .
      • Walker, Greg. "Courtship and Counsel: John Lyly's 'Campaspe'". Ed. Hattaway, Michael. A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003, p. 187-194.
      • Egan, Gabriel. "Leashing in the dogs of war: the influence of Lyly's 'Campaspe' on Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well". English Language Notes. 2002, vol. 1, 40, p. 29-41.
      • Tassi, Marguerite A. "'O Fair Face': The Aesthetic of the Portrait Miniature in John Lyly's 'Campaspe'". Discoveries: South-Central Renaissance Conference News and Notes. 2000, vol. 3, 17, p. 1-2, 11-12.
      • Scragg, Leah. "Campaspe' and the Construction of Monarchical Power". Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England: An Annual Gathering of Research, Criticism and Reviews. 1999, 12, p. 59-83.
      • Shulman, Jef. ""Lyly's Use of Aelian in 'Campaspe'". Notes and Queries. 1982, vol. 5, 29, p. 417-418.
      • Dust, Philip. "Love and Empire: A Renaissance and Restoration Dramatic View of Alexander the Great in John Lyly's 'Campaspe' and Nathaniel Lee's 'The Rival Queens'". Archaeological News. 1982, vol. 34, 11, p. 80-84.
      • Truchet, Sybi. "Campaspe': A Brave New World?". Cahiers Elisabethains: Etudes sur la Pre-Renaissance et la Renaissance Anglaises. 1979, 15, p. 17-28.
      • Pincombe, Michael. "Lyly's 'Campaspe' and the Tudor 'Owlglass'". Notes and Queries. 1977, vol. 1, 44, p. 30-32.
      • Westlund, Joseph. "The Theme of Tact in 'Campaspe'". SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 1976, vol. 2, 16, p. 213-21.
      • Bevington, David M. "John Lyly and Queen Elizabeth: Royal Flattery in 'Campaspe' and 'Sapho and Phao". Renaissance Papers Durham. 1966, , p. 57-67.
      • Davenport, A. "Notes on Lyly's 'Campaspe' and Shakespeare". Notes and Queries. 1954, vol. 8, 56, p. 19-20.
      • Mathews, Ernst G. "Gil Polo, Desportes, and Lyly's 'Cupid and My Campaspe'". Modern Language Notes. 1941, vol. 8, 56, p. 606-07.
      • Whiting, George W. "Canary Wine and 'Campaspe'". Modern Language Notes. 1930, vol. 3, 45, p. 148-51.

      • DE:
        • Lyly, John. Alexander und Campaspe: ein Lustspiel. Tra. Gelbcke, Ferdinand Adolf. Berlin: Henschelverlag, 1963.
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      Entidades Patrocinadoras

      Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad / Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades
      Agencia Estatal de Investigación
      Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades,Agencia Estatal de Investigación, FEDER/ERDF