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Congreve, William, 1670-1729. London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1698. AMENDMENTS OF Mr. COLLIER's False and Imperfect CITATIONS, &c.

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. Subject terms: Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726. - Short view of the immorality and profaneness of the English stage. edu To report errors, contact DLPS Help.

William Congreve wrote some of the most popular English plays of the Restoration period of the late 17th century

William Congreve wrote some of the most popular English plays of the Restoration period of the late 17th century. By the age of thirty, he had written four comedies, including Love for Love (premiered 30 April 1695) and The Way of the World (premiered 1700), and one tragedy, The Mourning Bride (1697). William Congreve wrote some of the most popular English plays of the Restoration period of the late 17th century

Congreve, William, 1670-1729. LONDON, Printed for I. Tonson at the Iudge's-Head in Fleet street, near the Inner-Temple-Gate, 1698. Next section . Page Page. From the. Old batchelour, Double dealer, LOVE for LOVE, MOURNING BRIDE. By the Author of those Plays. Quem recitas meus est ô Fidentine Libellus, Sed male dum recitas incipit esse tuus.

In March 1698, Jeremy Collier published his anti-theatre pamphlet, A Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage; in the pamphlet, Collier attacks a number of playwrights: William Wycherley, John Dryden, William Congreve, John . .

In March 1698, Jeremy Collier published his anti-theatre pamphlet, A Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage; in the pamphlet, Collier attacks a number of playwrights: William Wycherley, John Dryden, William Congreve, John Vanbrugh, and Thomas D’Urfey. Collier attacks rather recent, rather popular comedies from the London stage; he accuses the playwrights of profanity, blasphemy, indecency, and undermining public morality through the sympathetic depiction of vice.

William Congreve - World Literature - is a resource for students who seek .

William Congreve - World Literature - is a resource for students who seek information beyond the simple biographical details of an author’s life or a brief overview of the author’s major works. Like most of the plays produced during this period, The Old Batchelour was written with specific actors in mind. Most biographers believe that Congreve created the role of Araminta, the virtuous and witty inge'nue, for actress Anne Bracegirdle, the object of his lifelong-and. From the time of Jeremy Collier’s attack to the twentieth century, Congreve’s critical reception has been influenced by moral perception.

Congreve' s Amendments of Mr. July 1698)3 refutes Collier's inaccuracies, exaggerations, and mispresentations of passages in four of his plays (Old Batchelour, Double Dealer, Love for Love, and Mourning Bride) and finds "Malice and Ignorance" in Collier, whose reproofs are more licentious than his original lines.

William Congreve was an English playwright and poet. William Congreve wrote some of the most popular English plays of the Restoration period of the late 17th century. Unfortunately, his career ended almost as soon as it began.

243 ; Congreve's 'Amendments of Mr. Collier's False and Imperfect Citations from the "Old Bachelor," " Double Dealer". by the Author of those Plays,' 1698, 8vo ; Vanbrugh's ' A Short Vindication of the Relapse.

The career of William Congreve as comic dramatist was brief but highly successful.

In this volume Anthony Henderson recalls Congreve's successful career and provides the texts of his four comedies together with notes and a short critical biography, describing the conventions within which Congreve worked and the reception of his plays in his own day and thereafter. The career of William Congreve as comic dramatist was brief but highly successful. Early in 1693, his first comedy, The Old Batchelour, pleased the public at Drury Lane, and critics hailed the appearance of a new talent in the theatre who gave a sharp edge to the theatrical conventions at the time.

Amendments of Mr. Collier's False and Imperfect Citations (1698). William Congreve: Poems - An index of poems. Character Portrayal in Congreve's Comedies: The Old Batchelour, Love for Love, and the Way of the World. Edwin Mellen Press, 1997).

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