The London Stage 1660-1800. Southern Illinois University Press, 1968.
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|Literary responses||Ann Gomersall||
Again the Critical Review enjoyed AG 's humour, if not her plotting. It supposed her to be influenced by George Lillo 's bourgeois tragedy The London Merchant (having in mind, no doubt, the vindication of...
In 1730 she acted in Hatchett's The Rival Father and perhaps as Mrs Novel (a character apparently based on herself) in Fielding's The Author's Farce. On 2 March 1732 she played in The Blazing...
|Textual Production||Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson|
|Textual Production||Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson||
Her abridgement The Pathetic and Interesting History of George Barnwell. Founded on Facts, published in 1804 and billed as adapting a novel by Thomas Skinner Surr , derives originally from George Lillo 's immensely...
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|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Catharine Trotter|