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Meanwhile, Pericles returns to Tarsus for his daughter.
The governor and his wife claim she has died; in grief, he takes to the sea.
Next, the goddess Diana appears in a dream to Pericles, and tells him to come to the temple where he finds Thaisa. The first is Confessio Amantis (1393) of John Gower, an English poet and contemporary of Geoffrey Chaucer. The second source is the Lawrence Twine prose version of Gower's tale, The Pattern of Painful Adventures, dating from c. Moreover, a third related work is The Painful Adventures of Pericles by George Wilkins, published in 1608.
The wicked Cleon and Dionyza are killed when their people revolt against their crime. But this seems to be a "novelization" of the play, stitched together with bits from Twine; Wilkins mentions the play in the Argument to his version of the story has been an obvious candidate for the author of the non-Shakespearean matter in the play's first two acts; Wilkins wrote plays very similar in style, and no better candidate has been found.
Antiochus grants him forty days, and then sends an assassin after him. Pericles returns to Tyre, where his trusted friend and counsellor Helicanus advises him to leave the city, for Antiochus surely will hunt him down.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a Jacobean play written at least in part by William Shakespeare and included in modern editions of his collected works despite questions over its authorship, as it was not included in the First Folio.
Whilst various arguments support that Shakespeare is the sole author of the play (notably Del Vecchio and Hammond's Cambridge edition of the play), modern editors generally agree that Shakespeare is responsible for almost exactly half the play—827 lines—the main portion after scene 9 that follows the story of Pericles and Marina.
The only published text of Pericles, the 1609 quarto (all subsequent quartos were reprints of the original), is manifestly corrupt; it is often clumsily written and incomprehensible and has been interpreted as a pirated text reconstructed from memory by someone who witnessed the play (much like theories surrounding the 1603 "bad quarto" of Hamlet).
The play was printed in quarto twice in 1609 by the stationer Henry Gosson.
The plan is thwarted when pirates kidnap Marina and then sell her to a brothel in Mytilene.