11 edition of The London stage, 1747-1776 found in the catalog.
The London stage, 1747-1776
George Winchester Stone
Reprint of the critical introduction to Part 4 of The London stage, 1660-1800, published in 1962 by Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale.
|Statement||George Winchester Stone.|
|Series||Arcturus books, AB -- 55.|
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|Pagination||ccxviii p. :|
|LC Control Number||60006539|
Book proposals: Dr. Victoria Cooper ([email protected]) For further information about Theatre titles: Emma Baxter ([email protected]) All other enquiries, phone +44 (0) or email [email protected] Prices and Payment Prices and publication dates are correct at the time of going to press but are subject to alteration. For dates, see London Stage, Part 4: –, 3 vols., ed. George Winchester Stone Jr. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, ), 1: 67 (Ward), and 1: 70 (Bellamy). Even as an extremely young performer in –5, Bellamy had exclusively appeared in parts of pathos and tragedy: Monimia in The Orphan, Aspasia in The Maid's.
The London Stage A Critical Introduction (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, ), 4: lxix, where he notes that Yates and Brooke "continued the policy of bringing over from the Author: Doris Bosworth Powers. David Garrick – actor/manager of the Drury Lane Theatre in London (from ), which still exists today. His innovations: No audience members on stage (had been the practice for wealthier, higher status folks to be on stage during the performance).
He is a former Executive Secretary of the Modern Language Association of America and the editor of The London Stage, – Part 4: – He is now President of the International Federation of Modern Languages and Literatures. George M. Kahrl is Professor Emeritus of . London Stage London Theatre World Memoirs Noble, Interpretations Poetry and Prose Pope, Correspondence Spacks Spectator Bertrand A. Goldgar, Walpole and the Wits (Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, ). Robert D. Hume, Henry Fielding and the London Theatre (Oxford: Clar-endon, ). William Henry Irving, John Gay FavoriteCited by:
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