Title page of The Miseries of Inforst Mariage (1607) by George Wilkins
The Miseries of Enforced Marriage is a play written by George Wilkins in 1607.
The play covers the real life case of a murder which was also the subject of Thomas Middleton’s 1605 play The Yorkshire Tragedy. 
Wilkins was a brothel owner in Cowcross Street, a notorious red-light district. Wilkins was also co-author, with William Shakespeare, of Pericles, Prince of Tyre writing most of the first two acts.
^ Wilkins, George. “The Miseries of enforced marriage”. Sheffield Hallam University. Retrieved 10 March 2013.