History of English Drama 1660-1900: Volume 6, A Short-title by Allardyce Nicoll

By Allardyce Nicoll

Allardyce Nicoll's background of English Drama, 1660-1900 used to be a major scholarly fulfillment and the paintings of 1 guy. Nicoll's background, which tells the tale of English drama from the reopening of the theatres on the time of the recovery during to the top of the Victorian interval, used to be considered via Notes and Queries (1952) as 'a nice paintings of exploration, a close consultant to the untrodden acres of our dramatic heritage, hitherto mostly neglected as barren and with out interest'. The heritage is reissued in seven paperback volumes, on hand individually and as a suite. In volumes 1-5 Nicoll describes the stipulations of the degree, actors and bosses in addition to dramatic genres. The 6th and 7th volumes supply a finished record of the entire performs identified to were produced or published in England among 1660 and 1930, with their authors and substitute titles; it has therefore self reliant worth in addition to supplying an index to the sooner volumes.

Show description

Read or Download History of English Drama 1660-1900: Volume 6, A Short-title Alphabetical Catalogue of Plays PDF

Similar literary books

Thomas De Quincey: Knowledge and Power (Romanticism in Perspective)

This booklet examines what De Quincy referred to as "psychological criticism," a method of learning how "literature of energy" arouses principles and photographs dormant within the unconscious. He explores this "power" by way of an introspective research of the consequences produced in his personal brain by means of analyzing Shakespeare, Milton, Wordsworth, and Coleridge.

Five Fortunes

Witty, clever, and hope-filled, 5 Fortunes is a large-hearted story of 5 brilliant and unforgettable ladies who recognize the place they have been yet don't know the place they are going. a full of life octogenarian, a personal investigator, a mom and daughter with an unresolved previous, and a lately widowed politician's spouse percentage little else other than a thirst for brand new goals, yet after per week on the sumptuous well-being spa referred to as "Fat probability" their lives can be intertwined in methods they could not have imagined.

Apocalypse for Beginners

From the writer of Canada Reads winner Nikolski comes a candy, clever and infrequently surreal romantic comedy, that includes younger acquaintances who may possibly turn into lovers — if just one of them hadn't confident herself that the top of the area is nigh. The Randall kinfolk used to be constantly a bit unusual. For generations, every one member gets a prophetic imaginative and prescient of the apocalypse — yet consistently on a special date.

Additional resources for History of English Drama 1660-1900: Volume 6, A Short-title Alphabetical Catalogue of Plays

Example text

430, 620 - = (1 ) Charles XII and Peter the Great ; (2) Peter the Great Battle of Salamanca (Dibdin, C. I. , 1 8 1 2), IV. , I837), IV. 253 - ( I 707), II. 366 Battle of Stirling Bridge = Wallace Battle of Televera (1 809), IV. 430 Battle of the Alma (Stocqueler, J. , 1854), v . 646, 8 I 8 - ( I 856), v . 646 Battle of the Amazons (Wilks, T. , 1 848), IV. 42 1 Battle of the Bridges Blood will have Blood Battle of the Dandies = Half-way House Battle of the Fairies ( I 836), IV. 430 Battle of the Greybeards = Humorous Quarrel Battle of the Heart (Wilkins, J.

429 Barber of Bath (Farnie, H. , 1 879), v. 362 Barber of Bishopsgate = Blood-spiller Barber of Cadiz (1 869), v. 645 Barber of Fleet Street= Sweeney Todd Barber of Paris (O'Neil, J. , 1 853), v. 507 - ( 1842), IV. , 1808), IV. 364 Barber of Seville (Fawcett, J. , 18 18), IV. , I776), 111. u 9, 266, 386 - (1824), IV. 429 - (1831), IV. 429 Barbers at Court (Mayhew, H. , I835), IV. 429, 620 Barbers of Bassora (Morton, J. , I 837), IV. 362 Barber's Petition (I796), Ill. , 1 846), IV. 255 Barber's Trip to Paris ( I 876), v.

550 Belle and the Boor (Williams, T. , 1 857), v. 647, 824, 827 Belle and the Pomegranate = ( 1) King Pluto ; (2) Pluto and Proserpine Belle Belair (Lumley, R. , 1897), v. 465 Belle Clarisse (1891), v. 647 Belle Helene (Burnand, F. , 1873), v. 290 - (Kenney, C. , 1871), v. 443, 801 Belle Lamar = Fin Maccoul Belle Lurette (Desprez, F. , 1883) = Lurette, v. 647, 788, 827 - (1881), v. 647 Belle Normande (Maltby, A. , 1 881), v. 473 Belle of Cairo (Raleigh, C. and Peile, F. , 1 896), v. , 1898), v.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.92 of 5 – based on 15 votes