3 edition of The sullen lovers, or, The impertinents found in the catalog.
The sullen lovers, or, The impertinents
|Other titles||Sullen lovers, Impertinents|
|Statement||written by Tho. Shadwell ; [Three lines from Hor. de Art. poet.]|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830|
|Contributions||Molière, 1622-1673., Molière, 1622-1673.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 96 p.|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||87733883|
The Sullen Lovers: or, The Impertinents. A Comedy, Acted by His Highness the Duke of York’s Servants. The Royal Shepherdess: a Tragi-Comedy, as it is Acted by their Majesties Servants. The Humorists, A Comedy. Acted by His Royal Highnesses Servants. A Comedy called The Miser: Acted at the Theatre Royal. Fields Shadwell's play called the Sullen Lovers or the Impertinents. In this play Sir Robert was openly caricatured as Sir Positive-at-All and Mrs. Uphill as Lady Vaine. Although she had played only small roles, she was one of Killegrew's earliest actresses and was well known to the theatre-going public. Theophilus Cibber wrote of this play.
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. I am adding one scene to the Comedy, and a man who dedicates a book is a species of Bore insupportable enough. Your Majesty is better acquainted with this than any person in the kingdom: and this is not the first time wrote _The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents_, which was first performed in at the Duke of.
Discussed, with facsimiles of pp. , in Richard Perkin, ‘Shadwell's Poet Ninny: Additional Material in a Manuscript of The Sullen Lovers’, The Library, 5th Ser. 27 (), University of Nottingham, Pw V He married an actress about , traveled, and began writing plays in with The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents, based on Molière’s Les Fâcheux, applying Ben Jonson’s humors theory. In the preface he criticized the comedies of John Dryden, and they quarreled for several years, Dryden satirizing him in his poem MacFlecknoe in
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In he produced a prose comedy, The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents, based on Les Fâcheux by Molière, and written in open imitation of Ben Jonson's comedy of humours.
His best plays are Epsom Wells (), for which Sir Charles Born:Weeting or Lynford, Norfolk, England. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (, 66 pages) Other Titles: Sullen lovers.
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Despite, the lack of scenic information The Sullen Lovers is theatrically straightforward and well constructed. Six fictional locations may be inferred: the separate lodgings of the eponymous lovers, Stanford and Emilia, a field, a street, a hall (the “great Roome” at Oxford Kate’s), and a house in Covent Garden.
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Posts about Sullen Lovers written by Tim Keenan. by Thomas Shadwell (May ; pub). Shadwell’s argumentative preface makes a virtue out of the play’s lack of scene divisions, and hence scene headings: “I have here, as often as I could naturally, kept the Scenes unbroken”.
Indeed there is only one explicit item of scenic information in the play, but that is very definite:. In he produced a prose comedy, The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents, based on Les Fâcheux of Molière, and written in avowed imitation of Ben Jonson.
His best plays are Epsom Wells (), for which Sir Charles Sedley wrote a prologue, and the Squire of Alsatia ().Died: Book Excerpt appealing to the Commons, the Lords vote their petition a libell; and so there is like to follow very hot work. Thence by water, not being able to get a coach, nor boat but a sculler, and that with company, is being so foul a day, to the Old Swan, and so home, and there spent the evening, making Balty read to me, and so to supper.
"The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents." A comedy acted at the Duke's Theatre, and dedicated to the Duke of Newcastle. The plot taken from Molière's play, "Les Fâcheux." "The Humorists." A comedy attacking the follies of the time.
This play met with some opposition on its first appearance. "The Royal Shepherdess.". Thomas Shadwell’s most popular book is The Virtuoso. Thomas Shadwell has 35 books on Goodreads with ratings. Thomas Shadwell’s most popular book is The Virtuoso. The Sullen Lovers: or, the Impertinents by. Thomas Shadwell.
liked it avg rating — 2 ratings — published Want to. Le Misanthrope (pr. ; The Misanthrope, ) gives much to William Wycherley’s The Plain-Dealer (pr. ) and Shadwell’s The Sullen Lovers: Or, The Impertinents (pr.
The Sullen Lovers: or, the Impertinents liked it avg rating — 2 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. The Sullen Lovers The Sullen Lovers, Shadwell’s first London comedy, created a stage sensation with its caricaturing of contemporary court personalities.
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Shadwell, Thomas. /  The squire of Alsatia a comedy, as it is acted by Their Majesty's servants / written by Tho. Shadwell. Shadwell, Thomas. / . Thomas Shadwell, whom Dryden flagellates in his Mac-Flecknoe, and in the second part of Absalom and Achitophel, and whom Pope mentions in his Dunciad, wrote The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents, which was first performed in at the Duke of York's Theatre, by their Majesties' Servants.
mentions in his _Dunciad_, wrote _The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents_, which was first performed in at the Duke of York's Theatre, by their Majesties' Servants. This play is a working up of _The Bores_ and _The Misanthrope_, with two scenes from _The Forced Marriage_, and a reminiscence from _The Love-Tiff_.
It is dedicated to the "Thrice. The sullen lovers, or the impertinents The tenth satyr of Juvenal tr. The true widow The virtuoso The volunteers, or the stock-jobbers a () The woman-captain Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of. In he produced a prose comedy, The Sullen Lovers, or the Impertinents, based on Les Fâcheux of Molière, and written in avowed imitation of Ben Jonson.
His best plays are Epsom Wells (), for which Sir Charles Sedley wrote a. Saturday 2 May Up, and at the office all the morning. At noon with Lord Brouncker in his coach as far as the Temple, and there ’light and to Hercules Pillars, and there dined, and thence to the Duke of York’s playhouse, at a little past twelve, to get a good place in the pit, against the new play, and there setting a poor man to keep my place, I out, and spent an hour at Martin’s.
Dominic Winter 10 & 12 November Book sale. Shadwell (Thomas). The Sullen Lovers: or, The Impertinents. A Comedy Acted by His Highness The .Pepys who saw the satire on the stage has left the following remarks about it: „Tben a play begins, called „The Sullen Lovers", or „The Impertinents" having many good humours in it, but the play is tedious and no design at all in it" (Diary: 2d May ).It appears “Mac Flecknoe” has been so convincing that habitually just and perceptive critics lose control on describing or evaluating Shadwell.
(Kunz, pp. ) Shadwell’s first play, a comedy of humors entitled The Sullen Lovers or, The Impertinents () was a success.