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Philip Massinger used to be baptized at St. Thomas's in Salisbury on November twenty fourth, 1583.

Massinger is defined in his matriculation access at St. Alban corridor, Oxford (1602), because the son of a gentleman. His father, who had additionally been informed there, was once a member of parliament, and hooked up to the loved ones of Henry Herbert, 2d Earl of Pembroke. The Earl was once later visible as a possible client for Massinger.

He left Oxford in 1606 and not using a measure. His father had died in 1603, and debts recommend that Massinger was once left without monetary help this, including rumours that he had switched over to Catholicism, intended the following degree of his occupation had to supply an income.

Massinger went to London to make his dwelling as a dramatist, yet he's simply recorded as writer a few fifteen years later, whilst The Virgin Martyr (1621) is given because the paintings of Massinger and Thomas Dekker.

During these early years as a playwright he wrote for the Elizabethan degree entrepreneur, Philip Henslowe. It was once a tricky life. Poverty used to be regularly shut and there has been consistent pleading for develop funds on coming near near works only to survive.

After Henslowe died in 1616 Massinger and John Fletcher started to write essentially for the King's males and Massinger could write on a regular basis for them till his death.

The tone of the dedications in later performs indicates proof of his endured poverty. within the preface of The Maid of Honour (1632) he wrote, addressing Sir Francis Foljambe and Sir Thomas Bland: "I had to not this time subsisted, yet that i used to be supported by means of your widespread courtesies and favours."

The prologue to The dad or mum (1633) refers to 2 unsuccessful performs and years of silence, while the writer feared he had misplaced renowned favour even if, from the little proof that survives, it additionally turns out he had concerned a few of his performs with political characters which might have solid shadows upon England’s alliances.

Philip Massinger died without warning at his apartment close to the Globe Theatre on March seventeenth, 1640. He was once buried tomorrow within the churchyard of St. Saviour's, Southwark, on March 18th, 1640. within the access within the parish sign up he's defined as a "stranger," which, in spite of the fact that, implies not anything greater than that he belonged to a different parish.

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