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This anthology captures the variety and richness of Restoration drama. It provides annotated and modernized texts of the following plays: Tuke, Adventures of Five Hours (1663); Howard, The Duke of Lerma (1668); Dryden, The Conquest of Granada (1670); Buckingham, The Rehearsal (1672); Wycherley, The Country Wife (1675); Wycherley, The Plain Dealer (1676); Etherege, The Man ...more
Paperback, 840 pages
Published April 7th 2000 by Wiley-Blackwell (first published 2000)
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Zanna Frith
This is a really thoughtful selection of plays from the Restoration period. The Country Wife and The Beaux Stratagem were both very clever and funny.
Christine
This is my main textbook for Plays, Players, Playgoers: London, 1600-1700. We're currently reading Love's Last Shift from here, by Cibber.
sologdin
not sure if I prefer lord foppington or sir fopling flutter.
Teah
a great collection of plays that should be read more
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