2 edition of Almyna : or, The Arabian vow. found in the catalog.
Almyna : or, The Arabian vow.
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|Statement||by Her Majesty"s servants ... Humbly inscrib"d to the Right Honourable the Countess of Sandwich.|
|Series||[Longe, F. Collection of plays., v. 161, no. 5]|
|LC Classifications||PR1241 .L6 vol. 161, no. 5 Rare Bk. Coll., PR3545.M8 .L6 vol. 161, no. 5 Rare Bk. Coll.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p.l., 68 p.|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||25023657|
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Almyna, or the Arabian Vow: A Tragedy, as It Is Acted at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, by Her Majesty's Servants (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 2, Price: $ Almyna: or, the Arabian vow. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, by her Majesty's Servants.
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New Perspectives on Delarivier Manley and Eighteenth Century Literature book. Power, Sex, and Text. Reforming the Revenger in Delarivier Manley’s Almyna: or, The Arabian Vow. With MISTY KRUEGER. View abstract. chapter 4 | 16 pages “Through the Black Sea and the Country of Colchis”: A Geocentric Approach to Delarivier Manley’s The Cited by: 1.
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Published without the author's name. Susanna Carroll Centlivre, The Gamester, 2nd edn., 'Printed for James Knapton and William Turner '. Published without the author's name. During this time, Turner also published several plays by male.
The inspiration of the Arabian Nights is remarkable in works such as Mary de Lariviere Manely’s Almyna or The Arabian Vow ()Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (), Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, Goldsmith’s Citizen of the World (), Johnson’s Rasselas (), Mary Wortley Montagu’s The Turkish Embassy Letters (), Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Kubla Khan, William Thomas.
The content of The Arabian Nights is perhaps most intently defined through the diversity that makes up this collection of stories: The work consists of four categories of folk tales-fables, fairy tales, romances, and comic as well historical anecdotes, the last two often merging into one Size: KB.
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Texts include Christine de Pizan’s The Book of the City of Ladies, Shakespeare’s M. Norbese Philip’s Zong!, Arabian Nights’ Entertainments, Delarivier Manley’s Almyna, or The Arabian Vow, Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, Book 2 “A Voyage to Brobdingnag,” Dunya Mikhail’s “Iraqi Nights,” and.
Almyna, or, The Arabian vow. Lucius, the first christian king of Britain Susanna Centlivre The busie body A bold stroke for a wife The Adventures of Venice Catharine Trotter The unhappy penitent Love at a Loss Eliza Haywood The Opera of Operas or Tom Thumb the Great A wife to be lett Hannah Cowley A bold stroke for a husband The belle’s.
Almyna, or, The Arabian vow by Manley Mrs. 2 editions - first published in Not in Library. Histoire secrete de la reine Zarah, et des Zaraziens.
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Index, Cambridge University Press. of English women such as herself" (85)* Her play Almyna: Or, The Arabian Vow was the first English adaptation of Antoine Galland s translation of the Nights (99); by endowing her heroine with a near-anagram of her own name (Almyna/Manley), Manley was the.
Almyna, or the Arabian Vow (), a tragedy Secret Memoirs and Manners of Several Persons of Quality of Both Sexes, from the new Atlantis, an island in the Mediterranean (), a satire in which great liberties were taken with Whig notables Memoirs of Europe towards the Close of the Eighth Century.
Written by Eginardus (). Women and Islam in Early Modern English Literature (review) (), and Almyna; or, The Arabian Vow () —as she "disputes the orientalist assumption that slavery is inherent in eastern Author: Sid Sondergard.
Krueger, Misty. “Vengeance, Vows, and “Heroick Vertue”: Reforming the Revenger in Delarivier Manley’s Almyna: or, The Arabian Vow.” New Perspectives on Delarivier Manley and Eighteenth Century Literature: Power, Sex, and Text.
Ed. Aleksondra Hultquist and Elizabeth J. Mathews. New York: Taylor and Francis, Author: Misty Krueger. The book was reprinted, with a second part,and a French version, with a key, was published at Oxford in 'Almyna, the Arabian Vow,' a play founded on the beginning of the 'Arabian Nights' Entertainments,' was acted at the Haymarket Theatre on 16 Dec.and soon afterwards printed, with the date on the title-page.
Other notable plays were the tragedy Almyna, or the Arabian Vow (), the social satire Secret Memoirs and Manners of Several Persons of Quality of Both Sexes, from the New Atlantis, an Island in the Mediterranean () and the tragedy Lucius, The First Christian King of Britain ().Author: Mark Eckersley.