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Ireland, Enlightenment and the English stage, 1740-1820 [electronic resource] /
edited by David O'Shaughnessy, Trinity College, Dublin.
Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019
pages cm
9781108498142 (alk. paper)
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Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019
9781108498142 (alk. paper)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
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Introduction: Staging an Irish enlightenment / David O'Shaughnessy -- Part 1. Representations and resistance -- Straddling: London-Irish actresses and their characters / Felicity Nussbaum -- John Johnstone and the possibilities of Irishness, 1783-1820 / Jim Davis -- The diminution of 'Irish' Johnstone / Oskar Cox Jensen -- Part 2. Symbiotic stages: Dublin and London -- Midas, Kane O'Hara and the Italians: an interplay of comedy between London and Dublin / Michael Burden -- Trading Loyalties: Sheridan, the School for scandal and the Irish propositions / Robert W. Jones -- Sydney Owenson, Alicia Sheridan Le Fanu and the domestic stage of Post-Union politics / Colleen Taylor -- Part 3: Enlightened perspectives -- Civility, patriotism and performance: Cato and the Irish history play / David O'Shaughnessy -- From Ireland to Peru: Arthur Murphy's (anti)-imperial dramaturgy / Bridget Orr -- The provincial commencement of James Field Stanfield / Declan McCormack -- Worlding the village: John O'Keeffe's 'Excentric' pastorals / Helen Burke.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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