The dramatic works of Sir George Etherege.

by Etherege, George Sir

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StatementEdited with introd. and notes by H. F. B. Brett-Smith. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1927.
ContributionsBrett-Smith, H. F. B. ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3432 .A13 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (cviii, 325 p.)
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4915048M
ISBN 100403009561
LC Control Number76145003

Buy She Would, If She Could: A Comedy () by Sir George Etherege online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ In: Copy of Sir George Etherege's Letter Book, , quarto leaves, in half-morocco. Acquired from the bookseller Wilkes, 3 December Edited from this MS in Thorpe and in Bracher, pp. 4 The Letterbook of Sir George Etherege, ed. Sybil Rosenfeld (London, ); MS. Letter- book II. 5 Letterbook, pp. ; H. F. B. Brett-Smith, The Dramatic Works of Sir George Etherege. Sir George EtheregeBORN: , Maidenhead, EnglandDIED: , Paris, FranceNATIONALITY: BritishGENRE: DramaMAJOR WORKS:The Comical Revenge; or, Love in a Tub ()She Would if She Could ()The Man of Mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter () Source for information on Etherege, Sir George: Gale Contextual Encyclopedia of World Literature dictionary.

Sir George Etherege BORN: , Maidenhead, England. DIED: , Paris, France. NATIONALITY: British. GENRE: Drama. MAJOR WORKS: The Comical Revenge; or, Love in a Tub () She Would if She Could () The Man of Mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter () Overview. Sir George Etherege developed and refined the comedy of manners with his dramatic works. The developmental process is evident in his first work, The Comical Revenge, and the fruition of his.   George Etherege. Sir George Etherege () was the first major Restoration playwright and the creator of the English comedy of manners. His nickname, Easy Etherege, reflects his idle way of life and studiedly insouciant manner. Etherege's first Read more. Michael Neill. Michael Neillis Emeritus Professor of English at the University of. About George Etherege Sir George Etherege was born in England in and in Paris on May, 10 at the age of He was a well known playwright especially known for his comedies. He wrote the plays The Comical Revenge or, Love in a Tub in , She Would if She Could in , and The Man of Mode or, Sir Fopling Flutter in

Between and , a canon of late-seventeenth- and early-eighteenth-century dramatic works develops around the idea of the "comedy of manners:' focusing extreme attention on the plays of Sir George Etherege, William Wycherley, William Congreve, and, to a lesser extent, those of Sir John. Comedy of manners, witty, cerebral form of dramatic comedy that depicts and often satirizes the manners and affectations of a contemporary society. A comedy of manners is concerned with social usage and the question of whether or not characters meet certain social standards. Often the governing social standard is morally trivial but exacting. Biography of Sir George Etherege () English playwright born in Maidenhead (Berkshire) to and died at the beginning of May , probably in Paris. He/She was the creator of the comedy of manners ('comedy of Customs') English of the restoration period. Very few details of his life are known prior to his success as a playwright.

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11, Edinburgh, Author: George Etherege. The Dramatic Works Of Sir George Etherege She Wou D If She Cou D The Man Of Mode Or Sir Fopling Flutter Textual Notes Readings Of The First Quartos General Notes Author: Sir George Etherege ISBN: UOM The dramatic works of Sir George Etherege: containing She would if she could, The comical revenge, or, Love in a tub.

The man of mode, or, Sir Fopling Flutter by George Etherege. George Etherege ( - ). Sir George Etherege was an English dramatist. He wrote the plays The Comical Revenge or, Love in a Tub inShe Would if She Could inand The Man of Mode or, Sir Fopling Flutter in George Farquhar ( – 29 April ) was an Irish dramatist.

He is noted for his contributions to late Restoration comedy, particularly for his plays The Recruiting Officer () and The Beaux' Stratagem (). 2 Acting career.

3 Writing career. 4 Works referencing Farquhar. 7 External links. Born in Derry, Farquhar was one of seven Genre: Comedy.

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For those who decide to read this Restoration comedy, allow me to suggest also reading The Libertine, a play originally written and performed in the two both center on fictional portrayals of the 2nd Earl of Rochester, with The Man of Mode opting for a more comedic portrayal.

Dorimat, the womanizing protagonist, is so manipulative and conniving that its difficult to cheer for him/5. BY SIR GEORGE ETHEREGE, Most modern wits such monstrous fools have shown, They seem not of Heaven's making, but their own.

Those nauseous harlequins in farce may pass; But there goes more to a substantial ass: Something of man must be exposed to. The works of Sir George Etheredge: plays and poems; by Etherege, George, Sir, ?; Verity, A.

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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sir George Etherege books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In addition to his drama, Sir George Etherege wrote poetry, collected and published posthumously in Poems (). His correspondence is collected in The Letterbook of Sir George Etherege ( Follow Sir George Etherege and explore their bibliography from 's Sir George Etherege Author Page.

George Etherege is the author of The Man of Mode ( avg rating, ratings, 35 reviews, published ), Three Restoration Comedies ( avg rating, /5.

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Taken from the manager's book, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. by: Cibber, Colley, Published: () If she grows up gay / Published: (Abstract. The strength of the satire of Sir George Etherege lies in the introduction of a complex dramatic realism. In The Man of Mode one encounters the Restoration world, not heroic ideals: taverns and places known by name to the audience, and especially characters with a recognizable smell and : Paul Toner.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of George Etherege books online.

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