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Polly Honeycombe

George Colman

Polly Honeycombe

a dramatic novel, in one act

by George Colman

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Published by G. Vickers in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby George Colman, the Elder.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21339041M

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Excerpt from Polly Honeycombe: A Dramatick Novel of One Act; As It Is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane Beauty put to its Shifts, or the Young Virgin's Rambles, being feveral Years Advena tures of Mifs in England and Portugal/5. The Rivals and Polly Honeycombe (Broadview Editions) [Richard B.

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In its determination to preserve the century of revolution. The Rivals and Polly Honeycombe revolve around young women who wish the world would conform to novelistic convention. Unlike most eighteenth-century heroines keen on novel Polly Honeycombe book, however, Lydia Languish and Polly Honeycombe are neither deluded nor in any real danger.

Rather, they Author: Richard B. Sheridan. Polly Honeycombe, A Dramatick Novel of One Act. As it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane () by George Colman the Elder Below is the cast listing for the performance of 1 August Full text of "Polly Honeycombe, a dramatick novel of one evenousaccess.com it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.

3d ed. With alteration" See other formats CO CO PR P6 POLLY HONEYCOMBE, A DRAMATICK NOVEL OF ONE ACT, T V. Oct 03,  · Polly Honeycombe, a dramatick novel of one act. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.

3d ed. With alteration by Colman, George, Pages: Get this from a library. Polly Honeycombe: a dramatick novel of one act. As it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.

[George Colman]. The Rivals and Polly Honeycombe: Richard B. Sheridan, George Colman the Elder, David A. Brewer: Books - evenousaccess.com5/5(1). About this Book Catalog Record Details.

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The Book of Polly has a cast of well-developed, idiosyncratic characters that grew on me throughout the book. We watch year-old Willow Havens grow and mature alongside her mother, Polly Havens, who is a hoot of a Southern lady.4/5. Aug 30,  · The Rivals and Polly Honeycombe revolve around young women who wish the world would conform to novelistic convention.

Unlike most eighteenth-century heroines keen on novel reading, however, Lydia Languish and Polly Honeycombe are neither deluded nor in any real danger/5. Jul 25,  · The Rivals and Polly Honeycombe revolve around young women who wish the world would conform to novelistic convention.

Unlike most eighteenth-century heroines keen on novel reading, however, Lydia Languish and Polly Honeycombe are neither deluded nor in any real danger. Abstract. George Colman’s Polly Honeycombe () is a playful farce that satirises novel-reading in the eighteenth century by placing it on stage.

Polly Honeycombe, convinced that ‘A Novel is the only thing to teach a girl life’, imitates novel heroines and uses their example to further her own plans and desires. 2 Her parents are determined to marry her to money, in the person of Mr Author: Amelia Dale. The information about The Book of Polly shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.

In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that. Feb 23,  · Print, performance, personhood, Polly evenousaccess.com terms in my title; not many more pages to sketch out their interrelations.

In some ways it helps that the first three are already so familiar to us (or at least we tend to think of them as familiar). Script-in-Hand Performance of “Polly Honeycombe” (George Colman the Elder, ) at Grove Auditorium, Magdalen College, Oxford University, 5 October The play was rehearsed and presented by a cast of professional actors directed by Colin Blumenau (previously artistic director of Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds).

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Rivals and Polly Honeycombe, The. Author: Price: $ ISBN ISBN. Oct 19,  · We went from the sublime to the ridiculous with the second piece of the night - the Georgian ‘afterpiece’ Polly Honeycombe by George Colman The Elder, a close friend and writing partner of David Garrick.

Coleman went on to have great success with The Jealous Wife and The Clandestine Marriage co-written with David Garrick. It is a comedy that satirises the effect of romantic novels on ."[His] "Dramatick Novel in One Act," Polly Honeycombe, became the most popular afterpiece of the decade, playing regularly for the next six years and receiving sporadic revivals throughout the three decades following its Drury Lane opening, 5 December Polly, craving the excitement that is routinely experienced by the heroines of popular.David A.

Brewer works on the literary, theatrical and visual culture of the long eighteenth century, plus the history of authorship and reading more generally. He is also fascinated by the methodological challenges of writing literary history.