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Nicholas Rowe and the beginnings of feminism on the London stage

Author: Herbert Sennett
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : Academica Press, ©2005.
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Sennett, Herbert.
Nicholas Rowe and the beginnings of feminism on the London stage.
Bethesda, MD : Academica Press, c2005
(OCoLC)631749718
Named Person: Nicholas Rowe; Nicholas Rowe; Nicholas Rowe
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Sennett
ISBN: 9781930901896 1930901895
OCLC Number: 55657507
Description: xiv, 217 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Current scholarship on Rowe --
Early twentieth century critics --
Critics of the later twentieth century --
Early information on Rowe --
Political milieu --
Rowe's early life --
Early influences on Rowe's life --
Rowe starts a family --
Available roles for women --
The problem of gazing and violence --
The tradition of English tragedy --
Rowe begins to develop the female hero --
Rowe's writing matures with a second tragedy --
The production of the play --
A sad failure --
The birth of a tragic hero(ine) --
Rowe tries his hand at comedy --
Rowe returns to tragedy --
Rowe turns to English history --
Rowe as a scholar --
Rowe and Centlivre --
Rowe and Pix --
Rowe and Finch --
Rowe and Pope --
Rowe's developing feminism --
Rowe's dramatic manipulation --
The first criticism : a comparison between the two stages --
Charles Gildon as Rowe critic --
Gildon's A complete art of poetry --
In Rowe's defense --
Development of a plan --
Another female hero takes shape --
Rowe's final years --
Tributes to Rowe --
A few concluding remarks about Rowe.
Responsibility: Herbert Sennett.
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