Greer, Germaine et al., editors. Kissing the Rod. Virago.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Susanna Centlivre|
|Friends, Associates||Catharine Trotter|
|Friends, Associates||Jane Wiseman|
|Friends, Associates||Susanna Centlivre|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Hannah Cowley||
The title, flagging a gender-role reversal from George Farquhar 's Beaux' Stratagem, 1707, suggests a return to the wit and worldliness of Restoration comedy. The sub-plot in which Sir George Touchwood tries to keep...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Davys|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Timberlake Wertenbaker|
|Literary responses||Catharine Trotter|
|Literary Setting||Maureen Duffy||
MD intersperses Charke's work with a modern-day story-line. She alters Charke's first-person narrative to third-person, and when Charke, dressed as a man, is working as a waiter in a club, Duffy calls her not Charlotte...
|Textual Features||Catherine Gore||
CG calls Quid Pro Quoa bustling play of the Farquhar , or George Colman school.
Her prologue makes the point that the rapidity of modern life, symbolised by the railway, leaves no time...
Gore, Catherine. “Introduction”. Gore on Stage: The Plays of Catherine Gore, edited by John Franceschina, Garland, pp. 1-34.
|Textual Production||Judith Sargent Murray|
|Textual Production||Susanna Centlivre|
|Textual Production||Susanna Centlivre||
Farquhar contributed a prologue. The theatre again presented this as written by a man, and it was published as by the Author of The Gamester and Love's Contrivance (which had both appeared anonymously). SC 's...
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