4 edition of Case of Mrs. Clive, 1744 found in the catalog.
Published 1973 by Administrator in William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California
|Statement||William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California|
|Publishers||William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Publication (Augustan Reprint Society) -- no. 159|
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Suspecting a cartel directed against them personally and professionally by the "Bashas" Rich at Covent Garden and Fleetwood at Drury Lane, the players from Drury Lane in the summer of 1743 banded together and refused to perform the next season until salaries and playing conditions improved. General Information About Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works.
In addition to the return of Clive, the 1745-1746 season one poor in attendance and new plays at Drury Lane is noteworthy because of a reinstated Macklin, a de-throned Fleetwood, a new manager Lacya well-balanced company soon to be augmented by player-manager Garrick, prospects for a bright future—and a theatrical monopoly stronger than ever.
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Do you search to download The Case of Mrs. " Lisa MacKinney, Limelight Magazine. He starved them in not out, Garrick was persuaded case of Mrs. Clive return to Drury Lane which he does in early December, 1743 by the entreaties of several of the destitute seceded players who asked him to accede to Fleetwood's terms.
Clive By Catherine Clive Read Online. C45A2 in 1744 Lilly Library, Indiana University.
Were these both wanting, as they both abound, Where could so firm integrity be found? Some Account of the Life of Mr.
" Felicity Nussbaum, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Los Angeles "[Kitty Clive] is a quite extraordinary story with many applications for the study of celebrity today - the construction of star power, what happens to powerful women as they age and lose attractiveness, how the intricacies of complex networks of obligation, reciprocity and expectation are navigated.
Clive is a heroine for all generations, and Berta Joncus is to be praised for letting us hear her voice so clearly today.