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Derek Hughes

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(p.459) Bibliography of Non-Dramatic Texts

(p.459) Bibliography of Non-Dramatic Texts

English Drama 1660–1700
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——— A Discourse of the Soveraign Power, in a Sermon Preached at St. Mary Le Bow, Nov. 28.1682 (London, 1682).

(p.461) ——— The Judgment of an Anonymous Writer Concerning These following Particulars, 2nd edn. (London, 1684).

HICKMAN, CHARLES, A Sermon PreachedOctob. 2.1692 (London, 1692).

——— Fourteen Sermons Preach'd, at St. James's Church in Westminster (London, 1700).

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SCUDÉRY, MADELEINE DE, Artamenes; or, the Grand Cyrus, tr. F G. (London, 1653). [Published under the name of Monsieur—i.e., Georges-de Scudéry.]

——— Clelia, An Excellent New Romance (London, 1678). [Published under the name of Monsieur de Scudéry].

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Secondary Sources

ARMISTEAD, J. M., Nathaniel Lee, Twayne's English Authors Series 270 (Boston, 1979).

ASHCRAFT, RICHARD, Revolutionary Politics & Locke's ‘Two Treatises of Government’ (Princeton, 1986).

BACON, JON LANCE, ‘Wives, Widows, and Writings in Restoration Comedy’, Studies in English Literature, 31 (1991), 427–43.

BARBOUR, FRANCES, ‘The Unconventional Heroic Plays of Nathaniel Lee’, University of Texas Studies in English, 20 (1940), 109–16.

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——— A History of Atheism in Britain: From Hobbes to Russell (London, New York, and Sydney, 1988).

BIRDSALL, VIRGINIA OGDEN, Wild Civility: The English Comic Spirit on the Restoration Stage (Bloomington, Ind. and London, 1970).

BOTICA, ALLAN RICHARD, ‘Audience, Playhouse and Play in Restoration Theatre, 1660–1710’, D.Phil, thesis (Oxford, 1985).

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——— The Intellectual Milieu of John Dryden: Studies in Some Aspects of Seventeenth-Century Thought (Ann Arbor, 1934).

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——— ‘Dramatic Shifts: Writing an Ideological History of Late Stuart Drama’, Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser, 6/1 (1991), 1–9.

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——— ‘Marriage Comedy after the 1688 Revolution: Southerne to Vanbrugh’, Modern Language Review, 85 (1990), 273–89.

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——— ‘A Deist Tract by Dryden’, Essays in Criticism, 25 (1975), 74–100.

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——— ‘Dryden's Cleomenes (1692) and Contemporary Jacobite Verse’, Restoration, 12 (1988), 87–95.

——— ‘John Dryden's Love Triumphant and English Hostility to Foreigners 1688–1693’, Clio, 18 (1989), 153–70.

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——— ‘The “Greatest Action”: Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus’, in Poetry and Drama 1570–1770, ed. Coleman and Hammond, pp. 173–85.

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——— ‘A New Look at Venice Preserv'd’, Studies in English Literature, 11 (1971), 437–57.

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——— ‘Art and Life in All for Love’, Studies in Philology, 80 (1983), 84–107.

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——— ‘Marital Discord in English Comedy from Dryden to Fielding’, Modern Philology, 74 (1976–7), 248–72, repr. in Hume, The Rakish Stage, 176–213.

——— (ed.), The London Theatre World, 1660–1800 (Carbondale and Edwardsville, 1980).

——— ‘Securing a Repertory: Plays on the London Stage 1660–5’, in Poetry and Drama 1570–1700, ed. Coleman and Hammond, pp. 156–72.

——— ‘The Nature of the Dorset Garden Theatre’, Theatre Notebook, 36 (1982), 99–109.

——— ‘“The Change in Comedy”: Cynical Versus Exemplary Comedy on the London Stage, 1678–1693’, Essays in Theatre, 1 (1982–3), 101–18.

——— The Rakish Stage: Studies in English Drama, 1660–1800 (Carbondale and Edwardsville, Ill., 1983).

——— ‘Opera in London, 1695–1706’, in British Theatre and the Other Arts, 1660–1800, ed. Kenny, pp. 67–91.

——— and ZIMANSKY, CURT A., ‘Thomas Shipman's Henry the Third of France: Some Questions of Date, Performance, and Publication’, Philological Quarterly, 55 (1976), 436–44.

(p.467) HUNTER, MICHAEL, ‘“Aikenhead the Atheist”: The Context and Consequences of Articulate Irreligion in the Late Seventeenth Century’, in Atheism from the Reformation to the Enlightenment, ed. Hunter and Wootton, pp. 221–54.

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——— Charles the Second: King of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Oxford, 1989).

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——— Country and Court: England, 1658–1714 (Cambridge, Mass., 1978).

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KENNY, SHIRLEY STRUM, ‘Farquhar, Wilks, and Wildair; or, the Metamorphosis of the “Fine Gentleman”’ Philological Quarterly, 57 (1978), 46–65.

——— ‘The Publication of Plays’, in The London Theatre World, ed. Hume, pp. 309–36.

——— (ed.),British Theatre and the Other Arts, 1660–1800 (Washington, London, and Toronto, 1984).

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