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The Resource I'll tell you what : the life of Elizabeth Inchbald, Annibel Jenkins

I'll tell you what : the life of Elizabeth Inchbald, Annibel Jenkins

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I'll tell you what : the life of Elizabeth Inchbald
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I'll tell you what
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the life of Elizabeth Inchbald
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Annibel Jenkins
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Summary
Elizabeth Simpson Inchbald (1753--1821) was one of the leading literary figures of the late eighteenth century -- an actress, a successful playwright and editor of several collections of plays, a popular novelist, and a drama critic. Considered a beautiful, independent woman, Inchbald was much involved in the theatrical, literary, and publishing life of London. Elizabeth Simpson ran away from home at age eighteen to seek fame as an actress in London and quickly married Joseph Inchbald, an actor twice her age. They toured the stage together until his sudden death in 1779. She made her London sta
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English
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non fiction
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I'll tell you what : the life of Elizabeth Inchbald, Annibel Jenkins
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I'll tell you what : the life of Elizabeth Inchbald, Annibel Jenkins
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130j71g
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Contents
  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; ONE: In London to Find a Fortune; AT HOME IN SUFFOLK; AMBITION AND INDEPENDENCE; TWO: Scotland and the Perils of Travel; A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; THE YEAR 1776: A TURNING POINT; THREE: Wilkinson and the York Company; FOUR: London at Last; THE SUMMER OF 1781; THE RETURN TO LONDON AND THE NEW SEASON; GEORGE COLMAN THE ELDER AND THE HAYMARKET; FIVE: To Ireland with Hitchcock; LONDON AGAIN; ANOTHER FALL SEASON AT COVENT GARDEN; SIX: 1784; SEVEN: New Plays and a Publisher; APPEARANCE IS AGAINST THEM; SUCH THINGS ARE
  • THE MIDNIGHT HOURANIMAL MAGNETISM; THE CHILD OF NATURE; EIGHT: 1788-1789; FALSE APPEARANCES: A SPECIAL PUZZLE; THE MARRIED MAN; THE HUE AND CRY; A SIMPLE STORY; NINE: A New Chapter; TEA AND CONVERSATION; THE MASSACRE AND THE YEARS AFTER; THE WEDDING DAY; 1794: A YEAR FULL OF HAPPENINGS; THE TREASON TRIALS; TEN: Nature and Art, a Second Novel, and New Plays; GODWIN, COLMAN, AND THE IRON CHEST; GODWIN AND WOLLSTONECRAFT; WIVES As THEY WERE, AND MAIDS AS THEY ARE; 1798 AND LOVERS' VOWS; THE WISE MAN OF THE EAST; ELEVEN: A New Century; INCHBALD, THE KEMBLES, AND COVENT GARDEN
  • A NEW ASSIGNMENT: THE REMARKSGEORGE COLMAN THE YOUNGER AND THE REMARKS; THE GREAT FIRE; TWELVE: The Last Years; THE YEARS AFTER; RUM AND A LEMON FOR A SHILLING AND A PENCE; PARTIES, EXCURSIONS, MASQUERADES; MRS. INCHBALD AND THE ARTISTS; THE PLAYS AS COMMENTS ON THE SOCIAL SCENE; THE MEN AND THE WOMEN: THE CASE FOR EQUAL JUSTICE; THE WIDOW INCHBALD; THE FRUITS OF HER LABOR; WRITING FOR THE THEATRES IN LONDON; THE POLITICAL SCENE; AND FINALLY; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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