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Thu Oct 16 18:00:59 2014 UTClccn-no910057050.25The Shakespeare riots : revenge, drama, and death in nineteenth-century America /0.620.95As you like it a comedy in five acts /5743196William_Macreadyno 910057052923453Macready 1793-1873 MrMacready, Mr. (William Charles), 1793-1873Macready, W.C. 1793-1873Macready, W.C. (William Charles), 1793-1873Macready, William C. 1793-1873Macready (William Charles), Mr, 1793-1873lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50024975Forrest, Edwin1806-1872lccn-n50011672Trewin, J. C.(John Courtenay)1908-1990edtlccn-n50022382Shattuck, Charles Harlen1910-othedtlccn-n50026987Downer, Alan Seymour1912-lccn-n50020476Pollock, Frederick1845-1937edtlccn-n79032869Lytton, Edward Bulwer LyttonBaron1803-1873lccn-n2014032861Cliff, Nigellccn-no2013139027Toynbee, William1849-edtlccn-n50028351Forster, John1812-1876rcpMacready, William Charles1793-1873DramaCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryJuvenile worksDiariesRecords and correspondenceBiographyFictionDictionariesPictorial worksFathers and daughtersExilesItaly--VeniceJewsMoneylendersItalyLear, King (Legendary character)Kings and rulersBritonsInheritance and successionAging parentsShakespeare, William,Italy--VeronaTriangles (Interpersonal relations)As you like it (Shakespeare, William)Macready, William Charles,Great BritainKing Lear (Shakespeare, William)Shylock (Fictitious character)TheaterMerchant of Venice (Shakespeare, William)Othello (Fictitious character)ActorsEnglish dramaJealousyMuslimsEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanForrest, Edwin,Britons--Kings and rulersNew York (State)--New YorkInterracial marriageTwo gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare, William)Othello (Shakespeare, William)Astor Place Riot (New York, New York : 1849)ComedyPromptbooksMarried peopleYoung adult drama, EnglishEnglish drama (Comedy)CyprusLiteratureEngland--LondonMan-woman relationshipsManners and customsCymbeline (Shakespeare, William)MerchantsEnglish languageJohn,--King of England,Macbeth,--King of Scotland,Drama179318731793179517961799180118021803180518061807180818091810181118121813181418151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701873187418751876187718791881188418851889189018911892189418961899190019061907190819111912191719191925192719381940195119551957195819591960196119621963196519661967196919701971197219731975197719791980198419861989199019921995199619992000200120032004200620072009201020112012100289151260822.33PR2803.A2ocn002219432ocn040095596ocn024058410ocn024155300ocn054141919ocn025536620ocn023965393ocn025401464ocn024537426ocn025501334ocn025501336ocn055120895ocn726708558ocn054801627ocn054791887ocn798281777ocn054830417ocn055477137ocn871321888ocn868127533ocn054756780ocn007082128ocn257735238ocn049464326ocn018194910ocn076835859ocn077500279ocn297235105ocn785433604ocn258729769ocn762661783ocn846680031ocn846681350ocn720388890ocn025501295ocn8594260755057ocn000168389book19580.63Lytton, Edward Bulwer LyttonBulwer and Macready; a chronicle of the early Victorian theatreHistory4493ocn000390723book19620.66Shakespeare, WilliamWilliam Charles Macready's King John; a facsimile prompt-bookDrama28116ocn012156139book18750.74Macready, William CharlesMacready's reminiscences and selections from his diaries and lettersBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence2586ocn002219432book19620.77Shakespeare, WilliamMr. Macready produces As you like it : a prompt-book study19523ocn001004776book19120.66Macready, William CharlesThe diaries of William Charles Macready, 1833-1851BiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence"In 1875, two years after Macready's death, his Reminiscences and selections from his diaries and letters, edited by the late Sir W.F. Pollock, bart., were published by Messrs. Macmillan. At that time it was thought desirable to withhold a considerable portion of the diaries, but after the lapse of nearly forty years the reasons for this suppression no longer hold good, and the most important of the omitted passages are accordingly given, for the first time, in the present work."--V.1, pref+-+943820079611311ocn000256625book19670.50Macready, William CharlesThe journal of William Charles Macready, 1832-1851DiariesRecords and correspondence929ocn000128927book18230.92Byron, George Gordon ByronWerner : a tragedy667ocn008915787book18370.94Macready, William CharlesThe bridal a tragedy in five acts614ocn001142073book19700.82Shakespeare, WilliamKing Richard III, 1821Drama4117ocn023020819book17610.27Shakespeare, WilliamKing LearHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesSourcesGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksPresents the original text of Shakespeare's play side by side with a modern version, discusses the author and the theater of his time, and provides quizzes and other study activities391ocn008915781book0.95Macready, William CharlesAs you like it a comedy in five acts392ocn009268754book18460.95Shakespeare, WilliamKing John a tragedy in five actsDrama3811ocn219938260file17930.84Macready, WilliamThe Irishman in London or, the happy African. A farce. In two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden319ocn022856400book18420.26Shakespeare, WilliamAs you like itHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesDramaStudy guidesSourcesRecords and correspondenceGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksPastoral dramaRosalind, daughter of the deposed Duke Senior, is exiled from the court by her wicked uncle. Disguising herself as a young man and accompanied by her cousin Celia and their loyal fool Touchstone, she takes refuge in the Forest of Arden. In the forest Rosalind meets young Orlando with whom she is in love, but her male disguise complicates matters, especially when Rosalind finds she has unwittingly attracted the shepherdess Phebe. --From publisher's description227ocn023277203book17650.29Shakespeare, WilliamTwo gentlemen of VeronaCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionariesDramaSourcesClose friends Valentine and Proteus become rivals for the hand of Silvia, daughter of the Duke of Milan, who has promised her to the foolish coward Thurio. Proteus has Valentine banished, but Silvia escapes to the forest to join him. Proteus follows with Julia, who dotes on him. After a confrontation, the Duke eventually allows Valentine and Silvia to wed, and Proteus marries Julia205ocn022879282book0.31Shakespeare, WilliamCymbelineHistoryFictionDramaA new edition of Shakespeare's late romantic tragicomedy, Cymbeline189ocn669775293com18750.47Macready, William CharlesReminiscences, and selections from his diaries and lettersRecords and correspondence174ocn023169722book18140.35Shakespeare, WilliamOthello the Moor of VeniceHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsDramaSourcesDesigned to meet the needs of theatre professionals, as well as general readers, this edition of Shakespeare's 'Othello' includes an extensive performance history, a commentary illuminating the complexities of Shakespeare's language, and an appendix on the music in the play163ocn496090831book19630.82Juden, BrianL'Entente cordiale au théatre; Macready et Hamlet à Paris en 1844. Le journal de Macready. Macready et George Sand166ocn023101828book18030.27Shakespeare, WilliamThe merchant of VeniceCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBibliographyComic books, strips, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionQuotationsDictionariesPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesSourcesGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksArtists' booksIn this lively comedy of love and money in sixteenth-century Venice, Bassanio wants to impress the wealthy heiress Portia but lacks the necessary funds. He turns to his merchant friend, Antonio, who is forced to borrow from Shylock, a Jewish moneylender. When Antonio's business falters, repayment becomes impossible -- and by the terms of the loan agreement, Shylock is able to demand a pound of Antonio's flesh9997ocn794383766file19670.50Macready, William CharlesThe journal of William Charles Macready, 1832-1851DiariesRecords and correspondence+-+26947845358804ocn000331272book19660.56Downer, Alan SeymourThe eminent tragedian William Charles MacreadyHistory6664ocn070718718book20070.25Cliff, NigelThe Shakespeare riots : revenge, drama, and death in nineteenth-century AmericaHistoryA social and cultural history of New York's 1849 Astor Place Riots describes how a feud between two Shakespearean actors of the era led to a violent public disturbance that resulted in the deaths of more than thirty people+-+89413909855262ocn024010012book19900.47Nelson, RichardTwo Shakespearean actorsDramaIn New York City in 1849, not one but two productions of the Scottish play are planned for the same night: one by English actor/manager William Charles Macready, the other by American matinee idol Edwin Forrest. This tempts the fates too much+-+98561662053244456ocn000033539book19120.66Macready, William CharlesThe diaries of William Charles Macready, 1833-1851BiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence"In 1875, two years after Macready's death, his Reminiscences and selections from his diaries and letters, edited by the late Sir W.F. Pollock, bart., were published by Messrs. Macmillan. At that time it was thought desirable to withhold a considerable portion of the diaries, but after the lapse of nearly forty years the reasons for this suppression no longer hold good, and the most important of the omitted passages are accordingly given, for the first time, in the present work."--V.1, pref43010ocn000776939book18750.74Macready, William CharlesMacready's reminiscences and selections from his diaries and lettersBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence3912ocn001400841book19580.63Moody, RichardThe Astor Place RiotHistory32513ocn001882085book18900.79Archer, WilliamWilliam Charles MacreadyBiography2813ocn001904344book19550.74Trewin, J. CMr. Macready: a nineteenth-century tragedian and his theatreHistoryOm William Charles Macready (1793-1873), en af de største Shakespeare-fortolkere i det viktorianske teater i England2074ocn732956304file20110.59Schoch, Richard WMacready, Booth, Terry, IrvingCriticism, interpretation, etcGreat Shakespeareans offers a systematic account of those figures who have had the greatest influence on the interpretation, understanding and cultural reception of Shakespeare, both nationally and internationally. . In this volume, leading scholars assess the contribution of William Charles Macready, Edwin Booth, Sir Henry Irving and Ellen Terry to the afterlife and reception of Shakespeare and his plays. Each substantial contribution assesses the double impact of Shakespeare on the figure covered and of the figure on the understanding, interpretation and appreciation of Shakespeare, provide+-+50779917351989ocn001933686book19060.82Martin, TheodoreMonographs: Garrick, Macready, Rachel, and Baron Stockmar1955ocn765806424book18490.86Account of the terrific and fatal riot at the New-York Astor Place opera house, on the night of May 10th, 1849, with the quarrels of Forrest and Macready, including all the causes which led to that awful tragedy! : wherein an infuriated mob was quelled by the public authorities and military, with its mournful termination in the sudden death or mutilation of more than fifty citizens, with full and authentic particularsHistory1864ocn000264855book19000.77Robins, EdwardTwelve great actorsBiography1373ocn423590670file18490.92American citizenA rejoinder to "The replies from England, etc., to certain statements circulated in this country respecting Mr. Macready" together with an impartial history and review of the lamentable occurrences at the Astor Place Opera House on the 10th of May, 184911810ocn005528952book18840.86Pollock, Juliet CreedMacready as I knew himBiography953ocn379795948com19990.74Prelude and first curtainsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Brooks McNamara, expert on 19th-century theater at New York University, theater historian and author Mary Henderson, playwright Michael Dinwiddie, and New York City historian George Thompson examine the efforts at theater-making in America from the 1750s to the eve of the Civil War. Among the topics discussed are actor training; the stage careers of Ira Aldridge, Edwin Forrest, and William Macready; the African Theater Company; the Astor Place Opera House riots; and issues such as immigration and segregation"--Films on Demand website551ocn461279357book20100.90Lives of Shakespearian actorsBiography+-+5324146036512ocn003470153book18940.86Price, W. TA life of William Charles Macready474ocn007432625book19110.84Lytton, Edward Bulwer LyttonLetters of Bulwer-Lytton to Macready381ocn003025071book18840.82Hill, HenryRecollection of an octogenarianHistory+-+9438200796+-+9438200796Thu Oct 16 15:53:12 EDT 2014batch45988