6 edition of The Broadview anthology of Romantic drama found in the catalog.
The Broadview anthology of Romantic drama
Includes bibliographical references: p. 429-432
|Statement||Jeffrey N. Cox, Michael Gamer, editors|
|Series||Broadview anthologies of English literature|
|Contributions||Cox, Jeffrey N, Gamer, Michael|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 432 p. :|
|Number of Pages||432|
Not only does it offer playscripts that work collectively to showcase the dramatic variety of the Romantic stage, but it also helps to lay to rest many of the critical objections that have been promulgated through the years and misrepresented Romantic drama. As the co-editors, Jeffrey N. How to reform the stage to allow for the dramatization of the unperformable? The University does not edit this information and merely includes it as a convenience for users.
Context for each play is provided with a thorough account of its literary and dramatic background, along with clear and comprehensive annotation. While one suspects a purposeful manipulation of the used book market, Mr. The editorial insights are thorough, considerable, and inspire curiosity for the subject in the reader. While most scholarship of Romantic drama focuses on the emergence of Gothic drama or the generic manifestations of closet drama, Cox's and Gamer's anthology provides a solid introduction to this period of theatrical history as a whole, educating readers regarding the actual theatrical experience of late eighteenth- and early nineteenthcentury audiences and suggesting the inherent ideologies that link what appears to be contrasting dramatic genres. Parties annexes.
Hopeful for the new playwright and for a new golden age of legitimate drama, you purchase a playbill. It includes comprehensive introductions to each period, providing in each case an overview of the historical and cultural as well as the literary background. Wise and Walker's introductory essays, sophisticated and smart, yet immensely readable, provide a succinct depiction of theatre history. The sixth edition, published inincluded Nadine Gordimer and Fleur Adcock. For, while websites like BWP are accelerating the pace of scholarship on Romantic women playwrights and establishing virtual conferencing as a way to provide alternatives to the traditional scholarly enterprise that has privileged print publication and on-site presentations, we still need tactile material to take into our beds, parks, classrooms, rehearsal studios. But other forms that Cox and Gamer note were becoming increasingly dominant in the latter quarter of the eighteenth century are featured as well.
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Wise and Walker's introductory essays, sophisticated and smart, yet immensely readable, provide a succinct depiction of theatre history. There are over titles in the series, including acclaimed editions of canonical titles such as The Canterbury Tales ; Jane Eyre and Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals.
The University does not edit this information and merely includes it as a convenience for users. Its emphasis on contexts and regional cultures, its inclusion of a wide range of translated and helpfully-modernized dramatic texts and sources from early continental plays such as the German nun Hrosvitha's Abraham, to the York Mercers' Indenture document, to John Lydgate's household mummings, to Tudor interludes such as The Broadview anthology of Romantic drama book and Lucresand, especially, its lively and engaging introductory comments on this trove of texts and their manuscript, print, and performance lives make it the ideal undergraduate text for demonstrating the teeming richness of the earliest British theatre.
The publisher is perhaps best known for its publications in English Literature see belowbut it has also published notable titles in a number of other areas. Main Description The past generation has been an extraordinarily active one in medieval drama scholarship; our appreciation of the range of medieval drama has been significantly broadened, and our understanding of certain medieval genres-most notably, biblical drama-has been fundamentally altered.
Not only does it offer playscripts that work collectively to showcase the dramatic variety of the Romantic stage, but it also helps to lay to rest many of the critical objections that have been promulgated through the years and misrepresented Romantic drama.
Peterborough, ON: Broadview, As with any review users should approach reviews critically and where deemed necessary should consult multiple review sources. As a result, The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama promises to change the ways in which British theatre history is taught to undergraduate and graduate students around the world.
Including the play that alludes to Centlivre and not Farquhar reiterates the continuing emergence of women writers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The sixth edition, published inincluded Nadine Gordimer and Fleur Adcock.
There are also new selections by a number of authors who were already included in the anthology—among them Seamus Heaney, Margaret Atwood, and Carol Ann Duffy. But The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama is a more comprehensive collection because it demonstrates the range of playscripts produced during the era and thus highlights some of the major strands of Romantic theatre.
Teaching by excerpt leads to a belief that having read five pages of an author, one is quite knowledgeable—even poor Jeremy Collier is not so easily mastered. Finally, the rich, easy-to-read annotations allow students to fully understand the historical or cultural references in each play, providing them with a rewarding reading experience.
McGann, and Anne Lake Prescott and has in general been very well received, though its sales have The Broadview anthology of Romantic drama book to match those of the competitors from the two larger publishers. Its gold, green, and crimson interior illuminated by what seems a thousand candles set in burners and chandeliers throughout the theater, Drury Lane seats over people.
Impressively attentive to developments in the field and appreciative of the The Broadview anthology of Romantic drama book challenges of investigating medieval English drama, this anthology makes a major contribution to the study and teaching of early English drama.
It also provides a selection of popular theatrical genres--from melodrama and pantomime to hippodrama and parody--most popular in the period, featuring plays by George Colman the Younger, Thomas John Dibdin, and Matthew Gregory Lewis.
Abrams et al. By featuring this kind of popular stagefare, The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama will enable teachers of drama to present a clearer picture to students of what Romantic playgoers actually saw in the theatre.
Broadview's major anthology by editors Fitzgerald and Sebastian combines Bevington's wide-ranging approach to medieval English drama with informed commentary on current issues in medieval English drama scholarship.Broadview Press is an independent academic publisher that focuses on the humanities.
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• The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama. Co-edited with Jeffrey N. Cox. Peterborough, Canada: Broadview Press, Reviewed: Year's Work in English Studies 84 (), ; Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 17 (), ; Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net (Feb-May, ), 12 pars.
 (Both are excerpted in The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama.) As do the other dramatist-theorists in the holy theatre tradition, Baillie is writing a manifesto: creating drama for a theatre that could be—that is, the theatre she wants rather than the theatre she has."The Broadview Anthology of Medieval Drama is a worthy and welcome successor to pdf magisterial [work] by David Bevington that for nearly four decades has guided teachers and students of medieval English drama.
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