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English operas

English operas  

Shared the stage with plays at Covent Garden and Drury Lane during the winter theatre season, and at the Little Theatre in the Hay-market during the summers. They appealed to ...
Gothic drama

Gothic drama  

Is a twentieth-century generic category for a number of plays which engage similar conventions and themes to those of the Gothic novel, and the Gothic effect in landscape gardening, landscape ...
John Britton

John Britton  

(1771–1857).English architectural and topographical writer. His Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain (1807–26) and Cathedral Antiquities (1836) were major source-books for the Gothic Revival. ...
publishing companies

publishing companies  

London's eighteenth-century booksellers and publishers were labelled by James Boswell simply as ‘the Trade’. Labouring under this commonplace rubric was a lively and closeknit community of specialist ...

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