A Jacobean tragicomedy about Gispert, the "poor man" of the title, leaving his rural life to pursue justice. However the urban society he discovers is riddled with political and sexual corruption which can only be cured by the restoration of the rightful king.
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Robert Daborne (1570-1628) playwright and Dean of Lismore, 1621; collaborated with Massinger and Field. The only extant examples of his own playwriting are A Christian turn'd Turke (1612), and The Poor-man's Comfort [n.d.].
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