The Complete Works of Thomas Otway - Vol. 1

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THE COMPLETE WORKS OF THOMAS OTWAY

Edited by
MONTAGUE SUMMERS

THE FIRST VOLUME containing
INTRODUCTION ALCIBIADES DON CARLOS
TITUS AND BERENICE THE CHEATS
OF SCAPIN

BLOOMSBURY

THE NONESUCH PRESS
16 Great James Street, W.C.

MCMXXVI

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • The Dedication v
  • The Contents vii
  • Prefatory Note ix
  • The Text xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chronology of Otway's Plays cv
  • Alcibiades a Tragedy 1
  • Prologue, Spoken by Mr. Harris. 7
  • Act First. Scene First. a Palace. 14
  • Act Second.Scene First. 17
  • Act Third. Scene First. the Camp. 25
  • Scene: A Dark Tent. 32
  • Scene: the Camp. 34
  • Act Fourth.Scene First. 36
  • Scene: A Grove Adjoyning to the Camp. 40
  • Act Fifth.Scene First. 50
  • Act Fifth.Scene First. 58
  • Epilogue. 66
  • Don Carlos Prince of Spain - A Tragedy Acted at the Duke's Theatre 67
  • The Preface 75
  • The Prologue 77
  • Persons Represented 78
  • Act the First.Scene the First. 79
  • Act the Second. Scene the Firſt. 85
  • Act the Third. Scene the First. 94
  • The Fourth Act. Scene, the Anti-Chamber to the Queens Apartment. 107
  • Act the Fifth. Scene the First. 125
  • Epilogue 139
  • Titus and Berenice - A Tragedy with a Farce Call'D the Cheats of Scapin. 141
  • Prologue 149
  • Act I. Scene I. 151
  • Act Ii. Scene I. 161
  • Act Iii. Scene I. 168
  • The Cheats of Scapin 181
  • The Cheats of Scapin Act First. Scene First. 185
  • Act Second. Scene First. 191
  • Act Third. Scene First. 202
  • Epilogue 211
  • Explanatory Notes 219
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