A Treasury of the Theatre - Vol. 1

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A Treasury of the Theatre - Vol. 1
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • The Classic Age 1
  • Agamemnon 9
  • Sophocles 30
  • Euripides 52
  • Aristophanes 71
  • Plautus 96
  • THE MENAECHMI 98
  • SCENE IV. 100
  • SCENE II. 101
  • SCENE V. 103
  • SCENE II. 104
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 105
  • SCENE III. 106
  • SCENE IV. 108
  • SCENE V. 109
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 110
  • SCENE IV. 112
  • SCENE VI. 113
  • SCENE VII. 114
  • The Brothers 118
  • SCENE II. 120
  • SCENE II. 122
  • SCENE II. 124
  • SCENE IV. 126
  • SCENE V. 127
  • SCENE III. 128
  • SCENE IV. 129
  • SCENE VI. 130
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 131
  • SCENE III. 132
  • SCENE IV. 133
  • SCENE VIII. 134
  • SCENE IX. 135
  • The Oriental Theatre 137
  • Kalidasa 140
  • ACT II 142
  • PRELUDE TO ACT III. 146
  • ACT III. 150
  • PRELUDE TO ACT IV. 155
  • ACT V. 156
  • PRELUDE TO ACT VI. 160
  • ACT VI. 165
  • ACT VII. 166
  • Kwanami Kiyotsugu 179
  • The Medieval Drama 185
  • The Second Shepherds' Play - A MODERNIZED VERSION BY JOHN GASSNER 194
  • SCENE III. 197
  • SCENE VI. 199
  • SCENE VII. 200
  • SCENE VIII. 202
  • Everyman 204
  • The Renaissance 213
  • SCENE IV. 223
  • SCENE V. 226
  • SCENE VII. 228
  • SCENE VIII. 230
  • SCENE X. 231
  • SCENE XI. 232
  • SCENE XIII. 233
  • SCENE XV. 235
  • SCENE XVI. 235
  • William Shakespeare 238
  • SCENE IV. 246
  • SCENE V. 247
  • ACT II. SCENE I. 248
  • SCENE II. 250
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 252
  • SCENE II. 258
  • SCENE IV. 264
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 265
  • SCENE II. 267
  • SCENE IV. 268
  • SCENE V. 269
  • SCENE VI. 270
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 275
  • Volpone - or The Fox 283
  • SCENE II. 292
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 297
  • SCENE II. 299
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 303
  • SCENE II. 307
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 314
  • SCENE III. 317
  • SCENE IV. 319
  • SCENE VI. 319
  • SCENE VII. 320
  • John Webster 324
  • THE DUCHESS OF MALFI 326
  • SCENE II. 332
  • SCENE IV. 335
  • SCENE V. 336
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 337
  • SCENE II. 338
  • SCENE V. 343
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 344
  • SCENE II. 346
  • SCENE III. 357
  • SCENE V. 357
  • Lope De Vega 361
  • ACT II. 369
  • The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 383
  • ACT II. SCENE I. 396
  • SCENE IV. 396
  • SCENE VI. 397
  • SCENE II. 399
  • SCENE V. 401
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 402
  • SCENE II. 403
  • SCENE IV. 404
  • SCENE II. 406
  • SCENE III. 407
  • SCENE V. 408
  • SCENE VIII. 409
  • Jean Racine 411
  • ACT II. 417
  • ACT IV. 420
  • ACT V. 423
  • William Congreve 430
  • ACT II. SCENE I. 433
  • SCENE II. 440
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 443
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 445
  • SCENE II. 450
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 453
  • SCENE III. 457
  • Richard Brinsley Sheridan 463
  • SCENE II. 466
  • SCENE II. 471
  • SCENE III. 476
  • SCENE II. 476
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 480
  • SCENE II. 483
  • ACT V. SCENE I. 485
  • SCENE II. 490
  • SCENE III. 492
  • EPILOGUE 495
  • The Romantic and Earl Realistic Drama 499
  • Faust 504
  • Alfred De Musset - (1810-1857) 551
  • SCENE IV. 555
  • SCENE V. 556
  • SCENE II. 557
  • SCENE IV. 558
  • SCENE V. 559
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 560
  • SCENE III. 563
  • SCENE IV. 564
  • SCENE VII. 565
  • SCENE VIII 567
  • Georg Büchner 570
  • SCENE IV. 575
  • SCENE V. 576
  • SCENE VI. 577
  • ACT II. SCENE II. 579
  • SCENE II. 580
  • SCENE IV. 582
  • SCENE VI. 583
  • SCENE VII. 585
  • SCENE II. 586
  • SCENE V. 588
  • SCENE VI. 589
  • SCENE VII. 590
  • SCENE VIII. 591
  • ACT IV. SCENE I. 592
  • SCENE IV. 593
  • SCENE VI. 594
  • SCENE IX. 597
  • Nikolai Gogol - (1809-1852) 598
  • SCENE III. 604
  • SCENE VI. 605
  • SCENE II. 606
  • SCENE III. 607
  • SCENE VII. 608
  • SCENE IX. 609
  • ACT III. SCENE I. 611
  • SCENE III. 612
  • SCENE V. 613
  • SCENE VII. 615
  • SCENE IX. 616
  • SCENE XI. 617
  • SCENE II. 618
  • SCENE IV. 619
  • SCENE VI. 620
  • SCENE VIII. 621
  • SCENE X. 622
  • SCENE XI. 623
  • SCENE XII. 624
  • SCENE XIV. 625
  • SCENE XVI. 626
  • SCENE II. 627
  • SCENE VII. 629
  • SCENE VIII. 630
  • LAST SCENE. 631
  • Friedrich Hebbel 634
  • SCENE III. 636
  • SCENE IV. 637
  • SCENE V. 638
  • SCENE VI. 639
  • SCENE VII. 642
  • ACT II. SCENE I. 644
  • SCENE IV. 645
  • SCENE VI 646
  • SCENE III. 648
  • SCENE V. 649
  • SCENE VII. 650
  • SCENE IX. 651
  • SCENE X. 652
  • Ivan Turgenev 654
  • A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY 656
  • ACT III. 664
  • ACT IV. 673
  • Epilogue 701
  • A REPRESENTATIVE LIST OF PLAYS TO 1875 703
  • Bibliography 716
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