Heywood, John


Heywood, John
(¿1497, ¿Londres?, Inglaterra–después de 1575, Mechelen, Bélgica).

Dramaturgo británico. Sus agudos entremeses –diálogos satíricos en verso sobre un tema determinado– contribuyeron al desarrollo del teatro inglés que culmina en la comedia isabelina. Entre estos entremeses, que sustituyeron la alegoría bíblica por representaciones de la vida y las costumbres cotidianas, se cuentan The Play of the Wether [El acto del carnero], A Play of Love [El acto del amor] y Wytty and Wytless [El ingenioso y el necio], todos impresos en 1533, y The Playe Called the Foure P.P.: A Palmer, a Pardoner, a Potycary, a Pedler [El acto llamado de los cuatro P: el palmero, el perdonante, el boticario, el buhonero] (impreso 1544). Escribió también epigramas, baladas y una alegoría en verso, The Spider and the Flie [La araña y la mosca] (1556).

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • HEYWOOD, John — (c. 1497 1578) John Heywood was an epigrammatist, dramatist, poet, and writer of inter­ludes, music, and entertainments for the early Tudors. Nothing is known about Heywood s birth or parentage, but he was probably born in London around 1497. His …   Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620: A Biographical Dictionary

  • Heywood, John — born 1497?, London, Eng.? died after 1575, Mechelen, Belg. British playwright. His witty, satirical verse interludes (dialogues on a set subject) helped put English drama on the road to the fully developed comedy of the Elizabethans. His… …   Universalium

  • HEYWOOD, JOHN —    a dramatic poet, a favourite with Henry VIII. and his court; wrote farces, the characters of which were drawn from real life, presumably not hard to identify at the time (1479 1565) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Heywood, John — (1497? 1580?)    Dramatist and epigrammatist, is believed to have been b. at North Mimms, Herts. He was a friend of Sir Thomas More, and through him gained the favour of Henry VIII., and was at the Court of Edward VI. and Mary, for whom, as a… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Heywood, John and Jasper — (?1497 1598)    • John, the father, ?1497 ?1580    Thought to have come from either St. Albans, Hertfordshire, or London, he was a chorister of the Chapel Royal and is said to have been educated at Broadgates Hall (now Pembroke College), Oxford.… …   British and Irish poets

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