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Beaumont and Fletcher were the English dramatists Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, who collaborated in their writing during the reign of James I of England (James VI of Scotland, 1567–1625; he reigned in England from 1603). They became known as a team early in their association, so much so that their joined names were applied to the total canon of Fletcher, including his solo works and the plays he composed with various other collaborators including Philip Massinger and Nathan Field.

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  • Beaumont y Fletcher es la asociación literaria establecida entre los dramaturgos ingleses Francis Beaumont (1584 – 1616) y John Fletcher (1579-1625), quienes colaboraron en sus obras durante el reinado del rey Jacobo I. Se hicieron famosos como un equipo desde temprano, tanto así que sus nombres en conjunto fueron aplicados al canon total de Fletcher, incluyendo sus obras en solitario y las piezas que compuso con otros colaboradores como Philip Massinger, Nathan Field y muchos más.
  • Beaumont and Fletcher were the English dramatists Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, who collaborated in their writing during the reign of James I of England (James VI of Scotland, 1567–1625; he reigned in England from 1603). They became known as a team early in their association, so much so that their joined names were applied to the total canon of Fletcher, including his solo works and the plays he composed with various other collaborators including Philip Massinger and Nathan Field.
  • Francis Beaumont et John Fletcher sont deux dramaturges anglais qui collaborèrent à l'écriture et la création de pièces de théâtre durant le règne de Jacques Ier d'Angleterre. Ils sont devenus très tôt célèbres comme collaborateurs, à tel point qu'on a appliqué leurs deux noms à l'ensemble des œuvres de Fletcher, y compris celles qu'il avait composées seul ou en collaboration avec d'autres comme Philip Massinger, Nathan Field, etc.
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  • Beaumont and Fletcher were the English dramatists Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, who collaborated in their writing during the reign of James I of England (James VI of Scotland, 1567–1625; he reigned in England from 1603). They became known as a team early in their association, so much so that their joined names were applied to the total canon of Fletcher, including his solo works and the plays he composed with various other collaborators including Philip Massinger and Nathan Field. The first Beaumont and Fletcher folio of 1647 contained 35 plays; 53 plays were included in the second folio in 1679. Other works bring the total plays in the canon to about 55. While scholars and critics will probably never render a unanimous verdict on the authorship of all these plays — especially given the difficulties of some of the individual cases — contemporary scholarship has arrived at a corpus of about 12 to 15 plays that are the work of both men. (See the individual pages on Beaumont and Fletcher for more details).
  • Beaumont y Fletcher es la asociación literaria establecida entre los dramaturgos ingleses Francis Beaumont (1584 – 1616) y John Fletcher (1579-1625), quienes colaboraron en sus obras durante el reinado del rey Jacobo I. Se hicieron famosos como un equipo desde temprano, tanto así que sus nombres en conjunto fueron aplicados al canon total de Fletcher, incluyendo sus obras en solitario y las piezas que compuso con otros colaboradores como Philip Massinger, Nathan Field y muchos más.
  • Francis Beaumont et John Fletcher sont deux dramaturges anglais qui collaborèrent à l'écriture et la création de pièces de théâtre durant le règne de Jacques Ier d'Angleterre. Ils sont devenus très tôt célèbres comme collaborateurs, à tel point qu'on a appliqué leurs deux noms à l'ensemble des œuvres de Fletcher, y compris celles qu'il avait composées seul ou en collaboration avec d'autres comme Philip Massinger, Nathan Field, etc. La première édition in-folio de Beaumont et Fletcher (1647) contenait 35 pièces et la seconde (1679) 53. D'autres œuvres ont porté le total « canonique » à environ 55. Si les spécialistes et les critiques n'arriveront probablement jamais à s'entendre sur la paternité de toutes ces pièces - en particulier devant les difficultés que posent certains cas – la critique contemporaine estime à 12 à 15 les pièces qui sont l'œuvre commune des deux auteurs.
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