Nicoll, Allardyce. English Drama, 1900-1930. Cambridge University Press, 1973.
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|Literary Setting||Catherine Gore|
|Performance of text||Christopher St John|
|Textual Features||Hélène Barcynska||
The eponymous heroine of The Activities (officially named Lavinia but always called Lavie) is an American railroad heiress, whose father arranges for her to be introduced into English high society by Lady Loamington, who badly...
|Textual Production||Catherine Gore||
CG continued her mining of the pre-revolutionary French period in her next play, A Tale of a Tub, in which a central figure is the royal mistress Madame Du Barry .
Gore, Catherine. “Introduction”. Gore on Stage: The Plays of Catherine Gore, edited by John Franceschina, Garland, 1999, pp. 1 - 34.
|Textual Production||Dorothy Richardson||
During the later phase of her career, DR translated about five monographs from German and French into English; these texts were published between 1932 and 1934. They include The Dubarry [sic], a biography of...
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Grace Elliott||
GE concentrates on her Revolution experiences; the rest of her life-story remains untold. Her work bears the marks of its birth as oral history. She presents the French Revolution in black and white moral terms...