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Women, Sociability and Theatre in Georgian London (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0521867320
ISBN-10: 0521867320
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'Russell succeeds well in presenting a very densely peopled world where a wide variety of women, from duchesses to Bluestockings to actresses have seized center stage. Throughout, there is an impressive range of reference to modern scholars and, above all the newspapers, magazines, engravings, and cartoons of the period.' Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research

'This is a book that links cultural history, theatre history, and gender to expand our understanding of each and to shed new light on the period as a whole.' The Journal of Theatre Survey

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In this highly illustrated and original contribution to the cultural history of the eighteenth century, Russell reveals the influence of places and modes of sociability on the theatre and on canonical plays such as The School for Scandal, as well as suggesting a prehistory for British Romanticism.
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