1 edition of Teaching British women playwrights of the Restoration and eighteenth century found in the catalog.
Teaching British women playwrights of the Restoration and eighteenth century
Bonnie A. Nelson
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Bonnie Nelson and Catherine Burroughs|
|Series||Options for teaching -- 30|
|LC Classifications||PR698.W6 T43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781603290821, 9781603290838|
|LC Control Number||2010032077|
December Mark Lussier and Bruce Matsunaga. In addition to examining these works of fiction, we will study the relevant secondary material to understand the major scholarly debates surrounding fiction of this period. Students have always seemed eager to "think aloud" about a critical question I'm investigating. Frances Burney published a best seller at a very young age but wanted to be a playwright. Aphra Behn and the Problem of Teaching Novelty.
Burroughs essay on closet drama and the illegitimate theater is fascinating and made me rethink a topic I typically tend to forget. Thomas C. New York: Peter Lang, Kudos to Chris Bailey, who has spearheaded Wells' involvement for over 18 years!! Congratulations to Professor Burroughs on this exceptional addition not just to her own oeuvre, but to the study of literature and drama history! Research Specialties 18th century British literature, 18th-c novel, restoration and 18th-c drama, women writers, theater history and performance studies, genre, theories of authorship Publications Book Anderson, E.
Stuart Women Playwrights, The title and, indeed, the name of the series, MLA Options for Teaching suggests a pedagogical rationale, and many of the contributions connect to the classroom. Eighteenth-Century Fiction. The emphasis on context, interdisciplinarity, economics, publicity, and stagecraft not only permeates the collection but also reflects a It remains for one or two contributors to acknowledge the problem. Much of Cuder-Dominguez's scrutiny seems to come down to untangling the inherent inconsistencies in female-authored tragedies: the gender, class, and social politics of the writer and how those factors contend with the very form of tragedy.
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Reviewed by Brian Corman. Cox and Michael Gamer eds. Click here to learn more about the upcoming publication. The Sunday Times Anderson, E.
New York: Gale, August New York: Palgrave, Controversy and Commentary Letters from Richard W. ISBN: clothpbk. Intertexts 9. We will read and discuss some of the great works of these satirists, which are variously bawdy, somber, ironic, obscure, obscene, and hilarious.
Essay Anderson, E. Marjean D. Reviewed by Brian Bates. December Larry H. In my new work, I delve deeper into these interactions by questioning what artistic medium is best suited to commemoration, and how in practice the artistic struggle with ephemerality plays out.
Catherine B. Theatre Journal The Scriblerian. Frankenstein's Ghosts. Kudos to Chris Bailey, who has spearheaded Wells' involvement for over 18 years!! Theatrical Tristram: Sterne and Hamlet Reconsidered. Burroughs essay on closet drama and the illegitimate theater is fascinating and made me rethink a topic I typically tend to forget.
We will situate their major works in the context of the wide range of satiric poetry in this period, including the sub-genres of burlesque, lampoon, and imitation. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, And how did Shakespeare become an emblem of immortality to other artists?
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Several essays also address the way that early playwrights and actresses dealt with the complex intersection of gender and publicity. The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation. In the Introduction the editors find an apposite [End Page ] quotation, one that could well have served as an epigraph for the volume.
Her study offers a "typology of tragedies and tragicomedies written by Stuart women playwrights, analyzing their main features and comparing them to those of similar plays of the period" and in so doing, attempts "a major overhaul of current theories of the evolution of English drama as well as an unprecedented reconstruction of the genealogy of seventeenth-century women playwrights" 9.
Caywood and Bonnie A. Essay Anderson, E.Get this from a library! Teaching British women playwrights of the Restoration and eighteenth century. [Bonnie A Nelson; Catherine B Burroughs;] -- The considerable contributions of British women playwrights of the Restoration and eighteenth century, long unavailable, have now inspired numerous anthologies, editions, and modern-day productions.
The Restoration and the 18th Century. Playwrights of the time were also known to incorporate satire in their plays. Through the use of satire, they were able to expose and critique social injustices. Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama; The Royal Society and the Enlightenment; Social and Family Life in the Late17th & Early 18th.
Stuart Women Playwrights, by Pilar Cuder-Dominguez; Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century England edited by Bonnie Nelson and Catherine Burroughs.
Reviewed by Aleksondra Hultquist. Pilar Cuder-Dominguez s Stuart Women Playwrights,is a study in six chapters that focuses on women writers and their tragedies and tragicomedies which were published (although not necessarily performed) in the age of the Stuart atlasbowling.com: Alexsondra Hultquist.
Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century av Bonnie R Nelson, Catherine B Burroughs på atlasbowling.com Anderson, E. H. (). She Stoops to Stratagem: A Comparative Approach to Eighteenth-Century Comedy, in Approaches to Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century.
(Vol. December ). New York: MLA. MLA Bookstore; Book Review. Anderson, E. H. ().