But Massinger acts with a liberty which it would be absurd to criticise.
We confounded one of Massinger's strange heroes with the other.
Neither in his own age nor in modern times, does Massinger seem to have been put on a level with Fletcher or Jonson.
There seemed to be no sunshine in Massinger's life; it was all in shadow.
The good doctor is, I think, the best critic on the subject that has yet appeared, and sufficiently explains Massinger.
Such, for example, is Massinger's, who always reminds me of Schiller.
Massinger came among them no unworthy competitor for such honours and emoluments as the theatre could afford.
Fletcher and Massinger were not yet able to replace them even at Court.
The friend of Massinger was the oldest of fourteen children, and a man of an amiable character.
The extant play was produced by Fletcher and Massinger in 1617.