Classical Monologues for Men

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Classical Monologues for Men contains monologues from English plays from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, and American plays of the 18th century.

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Overview

Classical Monologues for Men contains monologues from English plays from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, and American plays of the 18th century.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780435086190
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Publication date: 10/19/1992
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 130
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Serious

The Adventures of Five Hours Sir Samuel Tuke / Alcibiades Thomas Otway / All Mistaken, or, The Mad Couple James Howard / Antonio's Revenge John Marston / The Brothers James Shirley / A Cure for a Cuckold John Webster / Cutter of Coleman Street Abraham Cowley / Every Man in his Humor Ben Jonson / Fatal Curiosity George Lillo / The Fawn John Marston / The Fleire Edward Sharpham / The Ladies of Castile Mercy Otis Warren / Love Tricks James Shirley / The New Inn Ben Jonson / The Obstinate Lady Sir Aston Cokain / The Ordinary William Cartwright / Oroonoko Thomas Southerne / Pizarro Richard Brinsley Sheridan / The Relapse Sir John Vanbrugh / The Sack of Rome Mercy Otis Warren / Two Noble Kinsmen William Shakespeare & John Fletcher / Venice Preserv'd Thomas Otway / The White Devil John Webster

Comic

Amphitryon John Dryden / The Country Wit John Crowne / The Constant Couple George Farquhar / The Contrast Royall Tyler / The Double-Dealer William Congreve / The Discovery Frances Sheridan / Every Man in His Humor Ben Jonson / The Fawn John Marston / The Grateful Servant James Shirley / The Lady's Last Stake Colley Cibber / Love for Love William Congreve / Love Tricks James Shirley / The Monor Samuel Foote / The Mistake Sir John Vanbrugh / The Old Bachelor William Congreve / The Projectos John Wilson / Sir Courtly Nice John Crowne / The Soldier's Fortune Thomas Otway / The Virtuoso Thomas Shadwell / The Way of the World William Congreve

Serio-Comic

All Mistaken, or, The Mad Couple James Howard / The Cheats John Wilson / The Choleric Fathers (A Comic Opera) Thomas Holcroft / The City Nightcap Robert Davenport / The Clandestine Marriage David Garrick & George Colman the Elder / The Country Wife William Wycherly / The Double Dealer William Congreve / The Dutch Courtesan John Marston / The Lady's Last Stakev Colley Cibber / The Obstinate Lady Sir Aston Cokain / The Old Couple Thomas May / The Provoked Husband Sir John Vanbrugh and Colley Cibber / The Traitor James Shirley / The Witty Fair One James Shirley / The Wild Gallant John Dryden

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