Friendship in Fashion; The History and Fall of Caius Marius; The Orphan; The Souldiers Fortune - Vol. 2

By Thomas Otway; Montague Summers | Go to book overview

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF
THOMAS
OTWAY

Edited by
MONTAGUE SUMMERS

THE SECOND VOLUME containing
¶ FRIENDSHIP IN FASHION
¶ THE HISTORY AND FALL OF CAIUS MARIUS
¶ THE ORPHAN ¶ THE SOULDIERS FORTUNE

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

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • The Contents *
  • Friendship in Fashion - A Comedy 1
  • Source 3
  • Theatrical History 4
  • Prologue 7
  • The Actors Names. 8
  • Friendship in Fashion 9
  • The Second Act. Scene, the Ordinary. 20
  • The Second Act. Scene, the Ordinary. 20
  • The Second Act. Scene, the Ordinary. 32
  • The Second Act. Scene, the Ordinary. 32
  • The Fourth Act. 47
  • The Fifth Act. 61
  • The Epilogue, 78
  • The History and Fall of Caius Marius - A Tragedy 79
  • Source 81
  • Theatrical History 82
  • To the Lord Viſcount Falkland 83
  • Prologue Spoken by Mr. Betterton. 84
  • Perſons Repreſented 86
  • Act I. Scene I. 87
  • Act II 98
  • Act II 98
  • Act II 103
  • Act II 108
  • Act II 111
  • Act II 111
  • Act II 118
  • Act II 120
  • Act II 124
  • Act II 124
  • Act II 129
  • Act II 137
  • Act II 139
  • Act II 139
  • Act II 142
  • Act II 143
  • Act II 146
  • Epilogue 153
  • The Orphan Or, the Unhappy-Marriage - A Tragedy 155
  • To Her Royal Highneſs the Dutchess 161
  • Prologue 163
  • The Perſons Repreſented in the Tragedy 164
  • Act I. Scene I. 165
  • Act Ii. Scene I. 175
  • Act Iv. Scene I. 186
  • Act V. Scene I. Caſtalio Lying on the Ground. 202
  • Epilogue 230
  • The Souldiers Fortune - A Comedy 231
  • Source 233
  • Theatrical History 235
  • The Dedication 237
  • Prologue 239
  • Dramatis Perſonæ. 240
  • Act I. Scene I. 241
  • Act II 252
  • Act Iii. Scene, Covent Garden. 266
  • Act Iv. Scene, the Tavern. 278
  • Act Iv. Scene, the Tavern. 278
  • Act Iv. Scene, the Tavern. 288
  • Act Iv. Scene, the Tavern. 292
  • Act Iv. Scene, the Tavern. 292
  • Epilogue 309
  • Appendix to the Orphan 311
  • Textual Notes 321
  • Explanatory Notes 329
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