Stephan Flores / Bit of Hodgepodge Running Bibliography for Engl 456 Fall 2017 [see Bblearn folders for orderly presentation!]

O’Brien, John. “Drama: Genre, Gender, Theater.” A Concise Companion to the Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005. 183-201.

Markley, Robert. Two-Edg’d Weapons: Style and Ideology in the Comedies of Etherege, Wycherley and Congreve. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1988.

On The Man of Mode, from The Sensational Restoration

From Canfield’s Word as Bond, on The Man of Mode

Barnard, John. “Point of View in The Man of Mode.” Essays in Criticism 34.4 (1984): 285-308.

On The Man of Mode and the Collier Controversy

Gill, Pat. Interpreting Ladies: women, wit, and morality in the Restoration comedy of manners. Athens: U Georgia P, 1994. [excerpt on Etherege]

Corman, Brian. “Interpreting and Misinterpreting The Man of Mode.” Papers on Language & Literature 13.1 (January 1977): 35-53.

Hume, Robert D. “Reading and Misreading The Man of Mode.” Criticism 14.1 (Winter 1972): 1-11.

Weber, Harold. “Charles II, George Pines, and Mr. Dorimant: The Politics of Sexual Power in Restoration England.” Criticism 32.2 (Spring, 1990): 193-219.

Martin, Leslie H. “Past and Parody in The Man of Mode.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 16.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer, 1976): 363-376.

Wess, Robert. “Utopian Rhetoric in The Man of Mode.” The Eighteenth Century 27.2 (Spring 1986): 141-161.

Hughes, Derek. “Play and Passion in The Man of Mode.” Comparative Drama 15.3 (Fall 1981): 231-257.

Morrow, Laura. “The Right Snuff: Dorimant and the Will to Meaning.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 14.1 (Spring 1990): 15-21.

Berglund, Lisa. “The Language of the Libertines: Subversive Morality in The Man of Mode.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 30.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer, 1990): 369-386.

Baker, Oliver R. “Black Aces: Double Entendre in The Man of Mode.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews 26.1 (2013): 13-16.

Ogée, Frédéric. “’All the World Will be in the Park Tonight’: Seeing and Being Seen in Etherege’s The Man of Mode.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 13.2 (Fall 1989): 86-94.

Etherege’s The Man of Mode, example of early print pages

Zimbardo, Rose A. “Of Women, Comic Imitation of Nature, and Etherege’s The Man of Mode.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 21.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer, 1981): 373-387.

Hughes, Derek. “Naming and Entitlement in Wycherley, Etherege, and Dryden.” Comparative Drama 21.3 (Fall 1987): 259-289.

Title Page from 1693 printing/edition of Etherege’s She Would If She Could

Brief Bio and Bibliography for Etherege

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro and other materials on The Man of Mode, including Rochester’s ‘A Ramble in St. James Park’; Steele’s The Spectator No. 65, notes]

 

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro, songs, Carey’s poem ‘Polly Peachum’ and Boswell on Macheath, and more]

Winton, Calhoun. “The Beggar’s Opera: A case study.” The Cambridge History of British Theatre. Volume 2, 1660-1895. Ed. Joseph Donohue. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 126-144.

O’Shaughnessy, Toni-Lynn. “A Single Capacity in The Beggar’s Opera.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 21.2 (1987-88): 212-227.

Rogers, Pat. “Macheath and the Gaol-Breakers.” Literature and History, third series, 14.2 (2005): 14-36.

Newman, Steve. “The Value of ‘Nothing’: Ballads in The Beggar’s Opera.” The Eighteenth Century 45.3 (2004): 265-283.

Richardson, John. “John Gay, The Beggar’s Opera, and Forms of Resistance.” Eighteenth-Century Life 24.3 (Fall 2000): 19-30.

 

Drougge, Helga. “’The Deep Drougge Reserves of Man’: Anxiety in Vanbrugh’s The Relapse.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 34.3 (Summer 1994): 507-22.

Gill, James E. “Character, Plot, and the Language of Love in The Relapse: A Reappraisal.”  Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 16.2 (1992): 110-25.

Bull, John. “Sir John Vanbrugh and George Farquhar in the Post-Restoration Age.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 429-445.

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro and Cibber, Collier]

Brief Bio and Bibliography for Vanbrugh

 

Gelineau, David. “The Country Wife, Dance of the Cuckolds.” Comparative Drama 48.3 (Fall 2014): 277-305.

Knapp, Peggy A. “The ‘Plyant’ Discourse of Wycherley’s The Country Wife.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 40.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer, 2000): 451-472.

Brief Bio and Bibliography for Wycherley

Owen, Susan J. Perspectives on Restoration drama. Manchester and New York: Manchester UP, 2002. [chapter 2 on Wycherley’s The Country Wife]

Weber, Harold. “Horner and His ‘Women of Honour’: The Dinner Party in The Country-Wife.” Modern Language Quarterly 43.2 (June 1982): 107-120.

Hughes, Derek. English Drama, 1660-1700. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1996. [excerpt on The Country Wife]

Canfield, J. Douglas. Tricksters & Estates: On the Ideology of Restoration Comedy. Lexington: The University P of Kentucky, 1997. [excerpt on The Country Wife]

Anderson, Misty G. Female Playwrights and Eighteenth-Century Comedy: Negotiating Marriage on the London Stage. London and New York: Palgrave, 2002. [Ch. 3 excerpt on Behn’s Unalienable Bodies]

Frangos, Jennifer. “Aphra Behn’s Cunning Stunts: ‘To the fair Clarinda’.” The Eighteenth Century 45.1 (2004): 21-40.

Russell, Anne. “Introduction.” The Rover or The Banished Cavaliers. Second edition. Ed. Anne Russell. Broadview P, 1999. 9-42.

Beach, Adam R. “Carnival Politics, Generous Satire, and Nationalist Spectacle in Behn’s The Rover.” Eighteenth-Century Life 28.3 (Fall 2004): 1-19.

Boebel, Dagny. “In the Carnival World of Adam’s Garden: Roving and Rape in Behn’s Rover.” Broken Boundaries: Women & Feminism in Restoration Drama. Ed. Katherine M. Quinsey. Lexington: The University P of Kentucky, 1996. 54-70.

Burke, Helen M. “The Cavalier myth in The Rover.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Eds. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 118-134.

Diamond, Elin. “Gestus and Signature in Aphra Behn’s The Rover.” ELH 56.3 (1989): 519-541.

Conway, Alison. “Flesh on the Mind: Behn Studies in the New Millenium.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 44.1 (Summer 2003): 87-93.

Hughes, Derek. “Aphra Behn and the Restoration theatre.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Eds. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 29-45.

Hutner, Heidi. “Revisioning the Female Body: Aphra Behn’s The Rover, Parts I and II.” Rereading Aphra Behn: history, theory, and criticism. Ed. Heidi Hutner. Charlottesville: University P of Virginia, 1993. 102-120.

Kroll, Richard. Restoration Drama and “The Circle of Commerce.” Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. [Ch. 8 excerpt on Merchants and bullionists in Behn’s The Rover]

Lockey, Brian C. “’A Language All Nations Understand’: Portraiture and the Politics of Anglo-Spanish Identity in Aphra Behn’s The Rover.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 39.1 (Winter 2009): 161-181.

Lowenthal, Cynthia. “Two Female Playwrights of the Restoration: Aphra Behn and Susanna Centlivre.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 396-411.

Lussier, Mark S. “’Marrying that Hated Object’: The Carnival of Desire in Behn’s The Rover.” Privileging Gender in Early Modern England. Ed. Jean R. Brink. Sixteenth-Century Essays & Studies Vol. XXIII. Kirksville, Missouri: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1993. 25-239.

Markley, Robert. “Behn and the unstable traditions of social comedy.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Eds. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 98-117.

Nash, Julie. “’The sight on’t would beget a warm desire’: Visual Pleasure in Aphra Behn’s The Rover.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 18.2 (1994): 77-87.

Owen, Susan J. “Behn’s dramatic response to Restoration politics.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Eds. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 68-82.

Owen, Susan J. Perspectives on Restoration drama. Manchester and New York: Manchester UP, 2002. [chapter 3 on Behn’s The Rover]

Pacheco, Anita. “Rape and the Female Subject in Aphra Behn’s The Rover.” ELH 65.2 (1998): 323-345.

Payne, Linda R. “The Carnivalesque Regeneration of Corrupt Economies in The Rover.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 22.1 (1998): 40-49.

Markley, Robert. “’Be impudent, be saucy, Forward, Bold, Touzing, and Leud’: The Politics of Masculine Sexuality and Feminine Desire in Behn’s Tory Comedies.” Cultural Readings of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theater. Eds. J. Douglas Canfield and Deborah Payne. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1995. 114-140.

Staves, Susan. “Behn, women, and society.” The Cambridge Companion to Aphra Behn. Eds. Derek Hughes and Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 12-28.

Szilagyi, Stephen. “The Sexual Politics of Behn’s Rover: After Patriarchy.” Studies in Philology 95.4 (Fall 1998): 435-455.

Taetzsch, Lynne. “Romantic Love Replaces Kinship Exchange in Aphra Behn’s Restoration Drama.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 17.1 (Spring 1993): 30-38.

Carlson, Susan. Women and Comedy: Rewriting the British Theatrical Tradition. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan P, 1991. [Ch. 3 The Way of Millamant: The Endangered Female Self in the Comic Tradition]

Brief bio and bibliography for Congreve

Neill, Michael. “Heroic Heads and Humble Tails: Sex, Politics, and the Restoration Comic Rake.” The Eighteenth Century 24.2, A Special Issue on Restoration Drama: Theories, Myths, and Histories (Spring 1983): 115-139.

 

DeRitter, Jones. “A Cult of Dependence: The Social Context of The London Merchant.” Comparative Drama 21.4 (Winter 1987-1988): 374-386.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “Obscenity and Work in Early-Eighteenth-Century British Fictions.” PMLA 127.4 (2012): 947-953.

Hynes, Peter. “Exchange and Excess in Lillo’s London Merchant.” University of Toronto Quarterly 72.3 (Summer 2003): 679-697.

Freeman, Lisa A. “Tragic Flaws: Genre and Ideology in Lillo’s London Merchant.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 98.3 (1999): 539-561.

Mazella, David. “’Justly to Fall Unpitied and Abhorr’d: Sensibility, Punishment, and Morality in Lillo’s The London Merchant.” ELH 68.4 (Winter 2001): 795-830.

Ingrassia, Catherine. “Money and Sexuality in the Enlightenment: George Lillo’s The London Merchant.” Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques 31.1, Money in the Enlightenment (Spring 2005): 93-115.

Fields, Polly Stevens. “George Lillo and the Victims of Economic Theory.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 32.2 (Fall 1999): 77-88.

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro to The London Merchant, with supporting materials]

Wallace, David. “Bourgeois Tragedy or Sentimental Melodrama? The Significance of George Lillo’s The London Merchant.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 25.2 (1991-92): 123-143.

Flores, Stephan P. “Mastering the Self: The Ideological Incorporation of Desire in Lillo’s The London Merchant.” Essays in Theatre 5.2 (May 1987): 91-102.

Burke, Helen. “The London Merchant and Eighteenth-Century British Law.” Philological Quarterly 73.3 (1994): 347-366.

Davis, Vivian. “Dramatizing the Sexual Contract: Congreve and Centlivre.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 51.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer 2011): 519-543.

Lowenthal, Cynthia. “Two Female Playwrights of the Restoration: Aphra Behn and Susanna Centlivre.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 396-411.

Warren, Victoria. “Gender and Genre in Susanna Centlivre’s The Gamester and The Basset Table.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 43.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer 2003): 605-624.

 

Bull, John. “Sir John Vanbrugh and George Farquhar in the Post-Restoration Age.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 429-445.

Evans, James E. “Resisting a Private Tyranny in Two Humane Comedies.” Broken Boundaries: Women & Feminism in Restoration Drama. Ed. Katherine M. Quinsey. Lexington: The University P of Kentucky, 1996. 150-163. [on Congreve’s The Way of the World and on Farquhar’s The Beaux’ Stratagem]

Markley, Robert. “Introduction: Rethinking Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama.” Comparative Drama 42.1 (Spring 2008): 1-6.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “’All injury’s forgot’: Restoration Sex Comedy and National Amnesia.” Comparative Drama 42.1 (Spring 2008): 7-28.

Pritchard, Will. “Masks and Faces: Female Legibility in the Restoration Era.” Eighteenth-Century Life 24.3 (Fall 2000): 31-52.

Markley, Robert. “Aphra Behn’s The City Heiress: Feminism and the Dynamics of Popular Success on the Late Seventeenth-Century Stage.” Comparative Drama 41.2 (Summer 2007): 141-166.

Linker, Laura. “Catharine Trotter and the Humane Libertine.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 50.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer 2010): 583-599.

Canfield, J. Douglas. “Religious Language and Religious Meaning in Restoration Comedy.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 20.3, Restoration and Eighteenth Century (Summer 1980): 385-406.

Milhous, Judith, and Robert D. Hume. “The Beaux’ Stratagem: A Production Analysis.” Theatre Journal 34.1 (Mar., 1982): 77-95.

Hinnant, Charles H. “Gifts and Wages: The Structures of Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Fiction and Drama.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 42.1 (Fall 2008): 1-18. [includes some discussion of Steele’s The Conscious Lovers]

Nussbaum, Felicity A. “The Unaccountable Pleasure of Eighteenth-Century Tragedy.” PMLA 129.4 (2014): 688-707.

O’Quinn, Daniel. “Navigating Crisis in Sheridan’s The Rivals.” The Eighteenth Century 55.1 (Spring 2014): 117-122.

Burkert, Mattie. “’Virtue is as much debased as our Money’: Generic and Economic Instability in Love’s Last Shift.” Modern Philology 114.1 (August 2016): 59-81.

Kinservik, Matthew J. “Censorship and Generic Change: The Case of Satire on the Early Eighteenth-Century London Stage.” Philological Quarterly 78.3 (Summer 1999): 259-282.

Haggerty, George E. “’The Queen was not shav’d yet’: Edward Kynaston and the Regendering of the Restoration Stage.” The Eighteenth Century 50.4 (Winter 2009): 309-326.

O’Brien, John. “Introduction: Theater and Theatricality.” The Eighteenth Century 43.3 (Fall 2002): 191-195.

Mackie, Erin. “Boys Will Be Boys: Masculinity, Criminality, and the Restoration Rake.” The Eighteenth Century 46.2 (2005): 129-149.

Hughes, Derek. “Rape on the Restoration Stage.” The Eighteenth Century 46.3 (Fall 2005): 225-236.

Webster, Jeremy W. “In and Out of the Bed-Chamber: Staging Libertine Desire in Restoration Comedy.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 12.2, Libertine Bodies or the Politics of Baroque Corporeality (Spring 2012): 77-96.

Gustafson, Daniel. “The Rake’s Revival: Steele, Dennis, and the Early Eighteenth-Century Repertory.” Modern Philology 112.2 (Fall 2014): 358-80.

Gustafson, Daniel. “Cultural Memory and the Royalist Political Aesthetic in Aphra Behn’s Later Works.” Restoration 36.2 (Fall 2012): 1-22.

Hume, Robert D. “The Socio-Politics of London Comedy from Jonson to Steele.” Huntington Library Quarterly 74.2 (June 2011): 187-217.

Anderson, Misty G. Female Playwrights and Eighteenth-Century Comedy: Negotiating Marriage on the London Stage. New York: Palgrave, 2002. [Introduction & Ch.1]

Webster, Jeremy W. Performing Libertinism in Charles II’s Court: Politics, Drama, Sexuality. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. [separate PDFs, Ch. 1 Introd., Ch. 3 Wycherley, Ch. 4 Man of Mode and Plain Dealer]

Cordner, Michael. “Playwright versus priest: profanity and the wit of Restoration comedy.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 209-225.

Langhans, Edward A. “The theatre.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 1-18.

The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. [Biographies and Selected Bibliography]

Otway bio bib

Corman, Brian. “Comedy.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 52-69.

Gill, Pat. “Gender, sexuality, and marriage.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 191-208.

Hughes, Derek. “Restoration and settlement: 1660 and 1688.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 127-141.

Markley, Robert. “The canon and its critics.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 226-242.

Marsden, Jean I. “Spectacle, horror, and pathos.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 174-190.

Munns, Jessica. “Change, skepticism, and uncertainty.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 142-157.

Owen, Susan J. “Drama and political crisis.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 158-173.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “Juba’s Roman Soul: Addison’s Cato and Enlightenment Cosmopolitanism.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 32.2 (Fall 1999): 63-76.

Leissner, Debra. “Divided Nation, Divided Self: The Language of Capitalism and Madness in Otway’s Venice Preserv’d.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 32.2 (Fall 1999): 19-31.

Owen, Susan J. Restoration Theatre and Crisis. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1996.

Lowenthal, Cynthia. Performing Identities on the Restoration Stage. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois UP, 2003.

Fisk, Deborah Payne. “Does Performance Studies Speak to Restoration Theatre?” Literature Compass 6.3 (2009): 668-679.

Atwood, Emma Katherine. “Fashionably Late: Queer Temporality and the Restoration Fop.” Comparative Drama 47.1 (Spring 2013): 85-111.

Beggs, Courtney B. “’Safely then She Ventures’: The Discourse of Credit, Female Dramatists, and Risk-Free Investment on the Restoration Stage.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 36.2 (Fall 2012): 23-40.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama: New Directions in the Field.” Literature Compass 5.2 (2008): 174-194.

Markley, Robert. “Introduction: Rethinking Restoration and Eighteenth-Century.” Comparative Drama 42.1 (Spring 2008): 1-6.

Canfield, J. Douglas. Heroes & States: On the Ideology of Restoration Tragedy. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2000. [intro and conclusion]

Canfield, J. Douglas. Tricksters & Estates: On the Ideology of Restoration Comedy. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1997. [Intro and conclusion]

Lafler, Joanne. “Theatre and the female presence.” The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2, 1660 to 1895. Ed. Joseph Donohue. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 71-89.

Hughes, Derek. “Theatre, politics and morality.” The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2, 1660 to 1895. Ed. Joseph Donohue. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 90-107

History of British theatre chronology, 1642-1847

Donohue, Joseph. “Introduction: The theatre from 1660 to 1800.” The Cambridge History of British Theatre, Volume 2, 1660 to 1895. Ed. Joseph Donohue. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 3-52

Roach, Joseph. “The performance.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 19-39

Munns, Jessica. “Theatrical culture I: politics and theatre.” The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1650-1740. Ed. Steven N. Zwicker. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998. 82-103.

Lowenthal, Cynthia. “Sticks and Rags, Bodies and Brocade: Essentializing Discourses and the Late Restoration Playhouse.” Broken Boundaries: Women & Feminism in Restoration Drama. Ed. Katherine M. Quinsey. Lexington: The University P of Kentucky, 1996. 219-233.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “Reading Masks: The Actress and the Spectatrix in Restoration Shakespeare. Broken Boundaries: Women & Feminism in Restoration Drama. Ed. Katherine M. Quinsey. Lexington: The University P of Kentucky, 1996. 201-218.

Owen, Susan J. Perspectives on Restoration drama. Manchester and New York: Manchester UP, 2002.

Hermanson, Anne. The Horror Plays of the English Restoration. Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama. Farnham:Ashgate, 2014.

Lyons, Paddy. “What Do the Servants Know?.” Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act. Ed. Catie Gill. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2010.

Wheatley, Christopher J. “Tragedy.” The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre. Ed. Deborah Payne Fisk. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000. 70-85.

Ritchie, Fiona. “’Jilting Jades’? Perceptions of Female Playgoers in the Restoration, 1660-1700.” Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act. Ed. Catie Gill. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2010. 131-144.

Gill, Catie. “Introduction.” Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act. Ed. Catie Gill. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2010. 2-9.

Rogers, Katharine M. “Masculine and Feminine Values in Restoration Drama: The Distinctive Power of Venice Preserved.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 27.4, The English Renaissance and Enlightenment (Winter 1985): 390-404.

Markley, Robert. “Introduction: History, Ideology and the Study of Restoration Drama.” The Eighteenth Century 24.2, A Special Issue on Restoration Drama: Theories, Myths, and Histories (Spring 1983): 91-102.

Chronology from Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England 1650-1737

Chernaik, Warren. “Sex, Tyranny, and the Problem of Allegiance: Political Drama During the Restoration.” Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act. Ed. Catie Gill. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2010. 87-105.

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro etc. on The Country Wife]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Intro etc. on She Stoops to Conquer]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [headnote on entertainment in the age of revolutions 1760-1800]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Introduction: Performing Drama, Performing Culture]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [on Managing Entertainment 1700-1760]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [on restoring the theatre 1660-1700]

The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Eds. Kristina Straub, Misty Anderson, and Daniel O’Quinn. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. [Actor biographies]

Rosenthal, Laura J. ”Masculinity in Restoration Drama.”  A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 92-108.

Norton headnote on the Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Braverman, Richard. “The Rake’s Progress Revisited: Politics and Comedy in the Restoration.” Cultural Readings of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Theater. Eds. J. Douglas Canfield and Deborah C. Payne. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1995. 140-168.

Langhans, Edward A. “The Post-1660 Theatres as Performance Spaces.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 4-18.

Cannan, Paul D. “Restoration Dramatic Theory and Criticism.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 19-35.

Kinservik, Matthew J. “Theatrical Regulation during the Restoration Period.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 36-52.

Novak, Maximillian. “Libertinism and Sexuality.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 53-68.

Fisk, Deborah Payne. “The Restoration Actress.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 69-91.

Rosenthal, Laura J. “Masculinity in Restoration Drama.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 92-108.

Munns, Jessica. “Images of Monarchy on the Restoration Stage.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 109-125.

Owen, Susan J. “Restoration Drama and Politics: An Overview.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 126-139.

Dharwadker, Aparna. “Restoration Drama and Social Class.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 140-160.

Choudhury, Mita. “Race, Performance and the Silenced Prince of Angola.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 161-176.

Corman, Brian. “Restoration drama after the Restoration: the critics, the repertory, and the canon.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 177-192.

Hughes, Derek. “Heroic Drama and Tragicomedy.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 196-210.

Canfield, J. Douglas. “Restoration Comedy.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 211-227.

Marsden, Jean I. “Tragedy and Varieties of Serious Drama.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 228-242.

Gilman, Todd S. “London Theatre Music, 1660-1719. A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 243-273.

Clark, Sandra. “Shakespeare and Other Adaptations.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 274-290.

Combe, Kirk. “Rakes, Wives and Merchants: Shifts from the Satirical to the Sentimental.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 291-308.

Kroll, Richard. “William Davenant and John Dryden.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 311-325.

Wheatley, Christopher J. “’Who Vices Dare Explode’: Thomas Shadwell, Thomas Durfey and Didactic Drama of the Restoration.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 340-354.

Kewes, Paulina. “Otway, Lee and the Restoration History Play.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 355-377.

Dugas, Don-John. “Elkanah Settle, John Crowne and Nahum Tate.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 378-395.

Lowenthal, Cynthia. “Two female playwrights of the Restoration: Aphra Behn and Susanna Centlivre.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 396-411.

Handley, Miriam. “William Congreve and Thomas Southerne.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 412-428.

Bull, John. “Sir John Vanbrugh and George Farquhar in the Post-Restoration Age.” A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. Susan J. Owen. Basingstoke: Blackwell Publishers, 2001. 429-445.

 

Marsden, Jean I. “Sex, Politics, and She-Tragedy: Reconfiguring Lady Jane Grey.” SEL 42.3 (Summer 2002): 501-522.

Marsden, Jean I. Fatal Desire: Women, Sexuality, and the English Stage, 1660-1720. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2006.

In Bblearn folder:

Study Questions, Plot Summary, related poems for The Way of the World
summary of several pieces of criticism on The Way of the World
Gill, Pat. "The Way of the Word: Telling Differences in Congreve's Way of the World" (1996)
Carlson, Susan. Women and Comedy: Rewriting the British Theatrical Tradition. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan P, 1991. [Ch. 3 The Way of Millamant: The Endangered Female Self in the Comic Tradition]
Braverman, Richard. "Capital Relations and The Way of the World" (1985)
Kroll, Richard F. W. "Discourse and Power in the Way of the World" (1986)

 

Selected Criticism of Otway's Venice Preserv'd

Bywaters, David.  "Venice, Its Senate, and Its Plot in Otway's Venice Preserv'd."  Modern Philology 80.3 (1983): 256-63.

Kubiak, Anthony.  Stages of Terror: Terrorism, Ideology, and Coercion as Theatre History.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1991. See Ch. 4.

Rogers, Katharine M.  "Masculine and Feminine Values in Restoration Drama: The Distinctive Power of Venice Preserved."  Texas Studies in Literature and Language 27.4 (1985): 390-404.

Rothstein, Eric.  Restoration Tragedy: Form and the Process of Change.  Madison: University of Wisconsin P, 1967.  esp. 103-09.

Schille, Candy B. K.  "Reappraising 'Pathetic' Tragedies: Venice Preserved and The Massacre of Paris."  Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 12.1 (1988): 33-45.

Warner, Kerstin P.  Thomas Otway.  Boston: Twayne, 1982.  esp. 121-31.

DePorte, Michael.  "Otway and the Straits of Venice."  PLL: Papers on Language and Literature  18 (1982): 245-57.

Hughes, Derek.  "A New Look at Venice Preserv'd."  Studies in English Literature 11 (1971): 437-57.

Parker, Gerald D.  "The Image of Rebellion in Thomas Otway's Venice Preserv'd and Edward Young's Busiris."  SEL: Studies in English Literature 21 (1981): 389-407.

Solomon, Harry M.  "The Rhetoric of 'Redressing Grievances': Court Propaganda as the    Hermeneutical Key to Venice Preserv'd."  ELH: A Journal of English Literary History 53 (1986): 289-310.

Stroup, Thomas B.  "Otway's Bitter Pessimism."  Essays in English Literature of the Classical Period Presented to Dougald MacMillan.  Eds. Daniel W. Patterson and Albrecht B. Strauss.  Studies in Philology, Extra Series, no. 4 (Jan. 1967): 54-75.

Canfield, J. Douglas.  Heroes & States: On the Ideology of Restoration Tragedy.  Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2000.  (see pp.101-110)

Munns, Jessica.  Restoration Politics and Drama: The Plays of Thomas Otway, 1675-1683

Owen, Susan J. Restoration Theatre and Crisis (Oxford, 1996).

Hughes, Derek. English Drama, 1660-1700. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1996. [excerpt on Venice Preserved]