Corneille and Racine in England: A Study of the English Translations of the Two Corneilles and Racine, with Especial Reference to Their Presentation on the English Stage

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INDEX
Achilles; translation of Iphigénie, by Boyer, 107 ff.
Addison's Cato, 117.
Amorous Orontus, or the Amo- rous Gallant (Bulteel), 70.
Andromache (Crowne), 88. Change in ending, 91.
Anti-Theatre, The ; published by Dennis, 171.
Aspinwall, Stanhope; translator of Rodogune , 243.
Boothby, Sir Brooke; translator of Britannicus , 271.
Remarks on Declamation, 272.
Boyer, Abel; translator of Iphigénie, 107 ff.
Dispute with Dennis, 109; with Johnson, 198.
Brand, Hannah; translator of Don Sanche d'Arragon , 264.
Brereton, Thomas; translator of Esther , 204 ff.
Brothers, The ; translation of Persée et Demetrius , by Young, 235 ff.
Bulteel, John; translator of L'Amour à la Mode , 70.
Burrel, Lady Sophia; translator of Maximian , 269.
Cæsar in Egypt ; adaptation of Pompée , by Cibber, 221.
Carlell, Lodowick; translator of Heraclius , 64.
Cato, Addison, 117.
Centlivre, Susanna; Love at a Venture (preface), 10.
Charles II., Influence of, 28.
Cibber, Colley; translator of Le Cid , 167; of Cinna , 180; of Pompée , 221.
Cinna's Conspiracy ; translation of Cinna ; anon., 179 ff.
Civil Wars close playhouses, 14.
Conflict, The ; translation of Don Sanche d'Arragon , by Brand, 265.
Constantine ; translation of Maximian , by Francis, 241.
Corneille, Pierre. Works--
Cinna ; anon., 179.
Don Sanche d'Arragon ; Brand, 265.
Heraclius ; Carlell, 64.
Horace ; Lower, 23; Mrs. Philips, 45; Cotton, 80; Whitehead, 229.
Le Cid ; Rutter, 3; Popple, 104; Ozell, 195; Cibber, 167; Gentleman (anon.), 270.
Le Menteur ; anon., 77; Steele, 119; Foote, 124.
Mélite ; anon., 246.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • I. Rutter's Cid 1
  • Iv. the "Persons of Honour" 51
  • V. Comedies 70
  • Vi. the Last of the Restoration 80
  • Vii. an Interregnum 102
  • Viii. Le Menteur 115
  • Ix. Phædra and Hippolitus 129
  • X. the Distressed Mother 140
  • Xi. Colley Cibber 167
  • Xii. John Ozell 186
  • Xiii. Iphigénie 198
  • Xv. the Roman Father 229
  • Xvi. Esther and Athalie 249
  • Xvii. the Last of the Movement 256
  • Xviii. Summary 275
  • Chronology 279
  • Bibliography 285
  • Index 291
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