1) Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. Tamer tamed.
2) Fletcher, John, 1937- About Beckett
3) Fletcher, John, 1729-1785. An appeal to matter of fact and common sense
4) Fletcher, John, 1946- Fletcher's game
5) Fletcher, John 1929- Effective interviewing
6) Fletcher, John, game designer Psychosis, Ship of Fools
7) Fletcher, John, 1952- Cars and trucks
8) This is John Fletcher Hurst (1834-1903) - Historia general del cristianismo (Coleccion Historia) (Spanish Edition) (It's even wrong on the cover)
9) Fletcher, John Edward. John Degotardi, printer, publisher, and photographer
10) Fletcher, John (John Molyneux) The Harwell Trail
11) Fletcher, John 1934- Claim the Kingdom
12) Fletcher, John C. The futures of Protestant seminaries
13) Fletcher, John, 1791-1862. Studies on slavery
14) Fletcher, John W. - A rational vindication of the catholick faith...
16) (Joseph F. Fletcher; b. Apr. 10, 1905; d. Oct. 28, 1991; last residence: Charlottesville, VA, - Situation Ethics
17) Fletcher, John 1910-1986 Sutton Courtenay
18) Fletcher, John d. 1848? - The Difficulties of Protestantism
19) Fletcher, John, 1903- The painted churches of Romania
20) Hilde Boos-Hamburger wrote The Creative Power of Colour: Steiner's Approach to Colour in Art
21) John Fletcher (from ISFDB) - Terror from the Abyss
The cataloguing in many places (even in reputable libraries) of works by the Jacobean playwrights Francis Beaumont (1584-1616) and/or John Fletcher (1579-1625) and/or their various collaborators tends to be confusing. Works by Fletcher alone can be found catalogued under Beaumont or under Beaumont & Fletcher; works by Beaumont alone can be found catalogued under Fletcher or under Beaumont & Fletcher; collaborations by Beaumont & Fletcher can be found catalogued under Fletcher alone or under Beaumont alone; collaborations by Fletcher and Massinger can be found catalogued under Fletcher alone or under Beaumont & Fletcher; –and some works are catalogued correctly! Collected and selected editions usually include a mix. (These confusions occurred even in the 17th century.) Here’s a breakdown: it’s a lot, but all of these are present in single play volumes or in Beaumont & Fletcher collections listed on LT. Works by Beaumont alone: The Knight of the Burning Pestle; Salmacis & Hermaphroditus; Masque of the Inner Temple Works by Fletcher alone: The Faithful Shepherdess; Bonduca; Valentinian; The Woman’s Prize, or, The Tamer Tamed; Monsieur Thomas; The Island Princess; The Loyal Subject; The Mad Lover; The Pilgrim; A Wife for a Month; Rule a Wife & Have a Wife; The Chances; The Wild-Goose Chase; Women Pleased; Wit without Money; The Humourous Lieutenant, or, Demetrius & Enanthe Works by Beaumont & Fletcher together: The Maid’s Tragedy; Philaster, or, Love Lies A-Bleeding; A King & No King; Cupid’s Revenge; The Scornful Lady; The Coxcomb; The Woman Hater; The Captain; Love’s Pilgrimage; The Noble Gentleman Works by Beaumont & Fletcher and Philip Massinger: Thierry & Theodoret; Beggars Bush; Love’s Cure Works by Fletcher and Massinger: Barnavelt; The Custom of the Country; The Double Marriage; The Elder Brother; The False One; The Little French Lawyer; The Lovers’ Progress; The Prophetess; The Sea Voyage; The Spanish Curate; A Very Woman Works by Fletcher and various collaborators: The Fair Maid of the Inn (w/ Massinger, John Webster & John Ford); The Two Noble Kinsmen (w/ Shakespeare); Four Plays in One (w/ Nathan Field); The Queen of Corinth (w/ Massinger & Field); The Knight of Malta (w/ Massinger & Field); The Honest Man’s Fortune (w/ Massinger & Field & Cyril Tourneur); The Maid in the Mill (w/ William Rowley); The Night Walker (revised by James Shirley); Rollo Duke of Normandy, or, The Bloody Brother (w/ Massinger & ?Jonson, ?Chapman, ?Field); Works Printed with the Beaumont & Fletcher canon but which are by other authors altogether: The Nice Valour by Thomas Middleton; Wit at Several Weapons by Middleton & Rowley; The Laws of Candy by John Ford.