Man-woman relationships -- Early works to 1800
The faithful lovers downfal: or, The death of fair Phillis who killed her self for loss of her Philander Phillis for loss of her Philander, through each grove doth wander; until she hears by fate he's slain, which causes her so to complain: o're-whelm'd in tears, she does conclude, to end her life, which soon ensu'd; for with her fatal dagger, she stab'd to the heart, sets sorrow free; dying with patience, braving fate, that to her love did her translate. To a pleasant new play-house tune: or, O
London : printed for T[homas]. Vere, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-street without Newgate, [between 1650-1680]
The gallant companion or, an antidote for the hyp and vapours. Containing, [I]. The hobgoblin, or the amorous sylph. II. The heart a shittle-cock: or, the inconsiderate lover. III. The generous rival: or, the female volunteer. IV. The heroick victory: or, love and duty reconciled. V. The fatal mistake: or, beware of jealousy. VI. The fortunate slip: or, the successful intrigue. VII. The cat's paw; a fairy tale. VIII. The she-duellists: or, Don Quixot in petticoats.
London : printed by and for G. Woodfall, at the King's-Arms, Charing-Cross; E. Withers, at the Seven Stars, near the Inner Temple-Gate, and W. Reeves, at Shakespear's-head, next Serjeants-Inn-Gate, both in Fleet-street, M DCC XLVI.