4 edition of The dramatic works of John Lacy, comedian found in the catalog.
The dramatic works of John Lacy, comedian
|Series||Dramatists of the Restoration, Library of English literature -- LEL 11823.|
|Contributions||Maidment, James, 1795?-1879., Logan, W. H. d. 1883.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 398 p.|
|Number of Pages||398|
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(William Hugh): The Dramatic Works Of John Lacy, Comedian. Full text of "The Dramatic Works of John Lacy, Comedian: With Prefatory Memoir and Notes" See other formats. Genre/Form: Comedy plays Comedies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lacy, John, Dramatic works of John Lacy, comedian.
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Get this from a library. The dramatic works of John Lacy, comedian: with prefatory memoir and notes. [John Lacy; James Maidment; W H Logan]. Life. Lacy was born in or near Doncaster; in he became an apprentice of John Ogilby, when Ogilby was functioning as what was then called a "dancing master"—roughly the equivalent of a modern dance teacher and 's stage career began bywhen he was a member of Beeston's Boys.
Lacy joined the royalist forces in the English Civil War, and was. The dramatic works of John Lacy, comedian, with prefatory memoir and notes. (Edinburgh: W. Peterson, ), by John Lacy, W. Logan, and James Maidment (page images at HathiTrust) The dramatic works of John Lilly (The Euphuist) With notes & some account of his life & writings.
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A dramatic comedy eschews the almost vaudevillian approach to comedy, and instead infuses comedy within the structure of society. As such, the comedy within a dramatic comedy is propelled by the ways in which the characters’ thoughts and actions are in disharmony with those of greater society, and the perils that ensue as a result of these flawed thoughts and actions.Despite the fact that POAS attributes the ‘Satyr’ to Rochester, however, its authorship has been questioned.
1 Prior to its appearance in print, the satire appeared in three separate manuscripts where it was titled, simply, ‘Satyr,’ and where its authorship was ascribed to a ‘Mr. Lacy,’ whom George deForest Lord identifies as John Author: Charles Conaway.Full text of "John Lacy's Sanny the Scot" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.