Plays, written by Sir John Vanbrugh. In two volumes. ...

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Plays, written by Sir John Vanbrugh. In two volumes. [John Vanbrugh]   AN ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE and WRITINGS OF THE AUTHOR. Sir John Vanbrugh, an eminent dramatic Writer, Son of Mr.

Giles Vanbrugh, of London, Merchant, was born in the Written by Sir John Vanbrugh. In two volumes. book of St. Stephen's, Wallbrook, in The Family of Vanbrugh were for many Years Merchants of great Credit and Reputation, at Antwerp, and came into England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, on account of the Restoration Plays: The Rehearsal/ The Country Wife/ The Man of Mode/ All For Love/ Venice Preserved/ The Relapse/ The Way of the World/ The Beaux' Stratagem by George Villiers () by George Villiers;William Wyncherly;George Etherege;John Dryden;Thomas Ottway;John Vanbrugh;William Congreve;George Farquhar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now   The Relapse * The Provoked Wife * The Confederacy * A Journey to London * The Country House These five comedies on the theme of marital disharmony by the foremost Restoration playwright John Vanbrugh () are published in the Oxford English Drama  › Home › eBooks.


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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation   VANBRUGH or VANBURGH, Sir JOHN (–), dramatist and architect, born in the parish of St. Nicolas Acons, and christened 24 Jan. –4, was the son of Giles Vanbrugh (–), who married in Elizabeth, fifth and youngest daughter of Sir Dudley Carleton, nephew and heir of Sir Dudley Carleton, viscount Dorchester [q.

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As it is acted at both theatres. Written by Sir John Vanbrugh. by: Vanbrugh, John, Sir, Published: () The relapse; or, virtue in danger a comedy. Being the sequel of the Fool in fashion. Written by Sir John Vanbrugh.

by: Vanbrugh, John, Sir, Published: ()   Love’s Last Shift; or the Fool in Fashion, a Comedy as it is Acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s Servants. Woman’s Wit or the Lady of Fashion. A Comedy.

Acted at the Theatre Royal by his Majesty’s Servants. Xerxes. A Tragedy, as it is Acted at the New Theatre in Little These are the original bindings from A well preserved edition of Vanbrugh's works.

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Analysis of William Congreve’s Plays By Nasrullah Mambrol on • (0). William Congreve’s (24 January – 19 January ) first play, The Old Bachelor, was an instant success; its initial run of fourteen days made it the most popular play since Thomas Otway’s Venice Preserved (pr., pb.

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Bound in full calf leather, gilt ruled with interior marginal denteles. Sound solid binding with both boards detached. Contents clean and bright. ESTCT does not list a edition but the has 16 confirmed copies worldwide.

This was Volume two of a ~/product_author_asc?page=2. Two plays performed at the Drury Lane Theatre Royal during the eighteenth century. The fifth edition of Man and Wife and the fourth edition of Barbarossa.

Barbarossa is a tragedy witten by John Brown with the prologue and epilogue written ?cat_id= Gray's famous 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' was first published by him in Commencing in with the publication of three volumes of A Collection of Poems by Several Hands, with volume 4 added in and two further volumes published inDodsley constructed a The Plays of David Garrick, volumes 37 (Southern Illinois Univ.

Press, ), in. A Study of Sir John Vanbrugh’s Comedy “The Mistake” This will be a short book, written in collaboration with Claire Bowditch (Loughborough University).

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Richard Brinsley Sheridan (30 October – 7 July ) was the best playwright of eighteenth century England, a time of great actors rather than great :// Colley Cibber, Sir Richard Steele, George Farquhar, sir John Vanbrugh, William Congreve ().

“THE ENGLISH THEATRE IN EIGHT VOLUMES: CONTAINING The Most Valuable PLAYS Which Have Been Acted on the LONDON STAGE. INCONSTANT. By Mr. Farzuhar ; LOVE FOR LOVE. By Mr. Congreve ; LOVE MAKES A MAN. By C. Cibber, Esq. ; LYING LOVER. By Sir ://?p=2. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode,& 8vo. Three volumes, set.

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In cloth-covered slipcase. Illustrations by the author to title pages of the first two volumes and a frontispiece to the last. Slight foxing to fore ://?action=browse&cat_conj=or&. Rare books products from Modern First Editions - A-H. viii pp[1] pp First edition, a presentation copy fromwith the foldout map and frontispiece of Elgin Cathedral :// Forty five restoration play quartos,representing most of the leading dramatists of the second half of the seventeenth century and including three plays by the first professional female playwright, Aphra Behn as well as works by John Vanbrugh, Colley Cibber, Congreve, Robert Howard, Thomas Shadwell and many :// Sir John Vanbrugh Architect and Dramatist Lawrence Whistler First Edition: Price: £ A biography on English architect and dramatist John rated throughout, with fifteen plates of buildings designed by Vanbrugh.

Collated, n by Laurence Whistler, a British poet and Find out more»?cat_id=8&os= Various editors; circa 21 {of 27} volumes of The Mermaid Series of drama, owned by Frank Parker Day while studying at Christ Church Oxford. Seven bear a version of his signature. Most bear no scoring or marginalia, except the 3 vols.

of Ben Jonson who gets the full undergraduate :// The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Congreve (Congreve, William, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Congreve, William, The Complete Works of William Congreve (4 volumes; London: The Nonesuch Press, ), ed. by Montague Summers (page images at HathiTrust) Congreve, William, The Double-Dealer (Gutenberg ?key=Congreve, William,   The Pilgrim, a Comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, in Drury Lane.

Written Originally by Mr. Fletcher, and now very much alter’d with several additions [by Sir John Vanbrugh]. Likewise a Prologue, Epilogue, Dialogue and Masque; Written by the late great Poet Mr. Dryden, just before his death, being the last of his Works. The Relapse, or, Virtue in Danger is a Restoration comedy from written by John Vanbrugh.

The play is a sequel to Colley Cibber s Love s Last Shift, or, Virtue Rewarded. In Cibber s Love s Last Shift, a free living Restoration rake is&#;The collection also has representative works by William Congreve, Sir George Etherege, Thomas Otway, Sir John Vanbrugh, William Wycherley, and others, including the minor dramatists.

Shirley, James () Approximately twenty first and early editions Purchased on the Case-Hoyt Fund and since on D'Amanda, Tweddell,Gorton, and Metzdorf Cibber, Colley, The theatre: to which are added, The anti-theatre ; The character of Sir John Edgar ; Steele's case with the lord chamberlain ; The crisis of property, with the sequel, two Pasquins, &c.

&c. / (London: Printed by and for the editor and sold by G.G.J. and J. Robinson,