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Garrick Claims the Stage: Acting as Social Emblem in Eighteenth-Century England (Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies)

Leigh A. Woods

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ISBN 10: 0313242593 / ISBN 13: 9780313242595
Published by Praeger, 1984
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Title: Garrick Claims the Stage: Acting as Social ...

Publisher: Praeger

Publication Date: 1984

Binding: Hardcover

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Edition: 1st Edition.

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"An analysis of the actor David Garrick as a man, typical of his time in the relation his background forged between his life and his art.' ... The book will be of interest to 18th-century theater scholars because it challenges some accepted views of the theater of the time and of Garrick's personality and ability. ... The book concludes with an 11-page bibliographical essay which is very useful. University level collections."-Choice

"Leigh Woods' comprehensive biography explores the sources of the great actor's popular appeal and his rapport with 18th century society."-Backstage

?Leigh Woods' comprehensive biography explores the sources of the great actor's popular appeal and his rapport with 18th century society.?-Backstage

?An analysis of the actor David Garrick as a man, typical of his time in the relation his background forged between his life and his art.' ... The book will be of interest to 18th-century theater scholars because it challenges some accepted views of the theater of the time and of Garrick's personality and ability. ... The book concludes with an 11-page bibliographical essay which is very useful. University level collections.?-Choice

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