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Thesaurus dramaticus

Thesaurus dramaticus

Containing all the celebrated passages, soliloquies, similies, descriptions, and other poetical beauties in the body of English plays, ... digested under-proper topics; ... In two volumes. ...

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Published by printed by Sam. Aris, for Thomas Butler in London .
Written in English


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Gildon’s Complete Art of Poetry(), the Thesaurus Dramaticus, Containing All the Celebrated Passages, Soliloquies, Similies, Descrip-tions, and Other Poetical Beauties in the Body of English Plays (), and Thomas Hayward’s The British Muse ().2 John Trusler seems to have produced the first English language thesaurus in The Differ-Author: Simon Stern. Dramatics definition, the art of producing or acting dramas. See more.

Thesaurus Dramaticus: Containing all the Celebrated Passages, Soliloquies, Similies, (May not have formed part of the Shadwell Library but entries from the Literary Commonplace Book included here for completeness) below from Jefferson's Legal Commonplace Book have been compiled from Gilbert Chinard's ed. of The commonplace book of. Michael Dobson, The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship, – (Oxford, ), pp. 29– Jonson, Shakespeare and Fletcher were described as ‘the Triumvirate of wit’ by Sir John Denham in the commendatory poem which he Cited by: 1.


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Reproduction of original from the British Library. Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes, plates) Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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The print version of the play incorporates, in an elaborate structure of annotations, a remarkable satire of heroic drama and of the pretensions and excesses of “false scholarship.”.If you hold by the Great Man theory of history, modern Yiddish theater begins with Avrom Goldfaden, the poet, playwright, and theater entrepreneur who took Yiddish dramatics out of the intimate, domestic field of the Purim-shpil and made it (as Yiddish students are taught in the Goldfaden chapter of College Yiddish) a commercially viable enterprise in the late 19th century.