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Sheridan, his life and his theatre,

Author: Lewis Gibbs
Publisher: New York, W. Morrow, 1948.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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Named Person: Richard Brinsley Sheridan; Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Gibbs
OCLC Number: 358626
Description: vii, 280 pages plates, portraits 22 cm
Contents: A general view --
The family --
Harrow and Bath --
Miss Linley --
The rivals and The duenna --
The Drury Lane venture --
The school for scandal --
the manager's progress --
Plays and politics --
member for Stafford --
A new career --
Political fortunes --
Richard Brinsley and Elizabeth --
Drury Lane affairs --
In opposition --
oratory and Warren Hastings --
Sheridan and the Prince of Wales --
regency crisis: hope deferred --
The new theatre --
view of Mr. Sheridan --
second marriage --
The friend of the people --
Difficult times at Drury Lane --
Patriotism and party --
Irregularities --
a place for the prince --
the theatre burnt down --
The price of independence --
last career ended --
Poor Brinsley --
Closing scenes.
Responsibility: by Lewis Gibbs.

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