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Cymbeline - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

Cymbeline - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

Cymbeline - eTheses Repository - University of

"CYMBELINE" IN THE fllii^SLHi TI CENTURY Bennett Jackson Submitted in partial fulfilment for the de ree of uaster of Arts in the University of Birmingham. October 1971.

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    53. CHAPTER Tl r -g.L: ^^...PHILIP

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    Mr. Kemble at last delivered to the

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    In "You make anends" (thr end cf he

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    In the ^rvf-nt ojid constant lo^e,

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    46. detailed Instructions for the p

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    Miss Norton is but slightly possess

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    50, as in the picture. The painter

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    Cumberland's in 1829). In 1865, or

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    54. Booth uio. not make any further

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    ushy eyebrow. Kean's eye was infini

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    eyes. The honest confidence of Post

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    60. to be distinguished mere for it

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    62. Parley's drew a house of £200.

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    64. of 1827. A performance of The R

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    66. times on November 16 and 20, 18

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    Of the other newspapers, The Mornin

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    70. Both however succeed in making

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    the defence, turned to the example

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    ... the audience do not fail to app

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    76. profligacy and hypocrisy of the

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    outside was very great. Lord Hertfo

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    80. Italian with the like beautiful

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    year was "devoted to country engage

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    84. CHAPTER SIX; HELEK FAUCII AHP M

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    86. it necessary to go in order to

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    the poor "dead bird, which they hav

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    90. is a combination of Rolla (in P

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    he was the victim of a combination

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    his mere cold consent to such a wag

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    "Yoluptuoua ease" called for in the

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    98. than out of submission, even in

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    100. The 1843 j erf or nance."3 wer

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    102. The more poetical of Shakespea

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    The writer observes the formidable

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    ... the frequent introduction of a

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    take as much money in two nights as

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    success," The Athenaeum was happy t

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    the fine speeches which belong to t

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    114. This list of attributes would

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    116. There is also an order of batt

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    118. Plaanlo Imogen laohimo RIGHT L

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    120. (This is an advance warning fo

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    122. drastic cutting of the final s

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    124. mainly those which seem less r

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    126. Westland Mars ton23 remembered

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    128. Cymbeline was performed only f

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    130. CHAPTER EIGHT; "CYMBELIflE" AT

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    132. establishment: there was great

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    154. The review in The Sunday Times

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    136. CHAPTER NINE; HELEN PAUCIT AS

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    138. to advantage in that large the

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    HO. principals of the revival of Cy

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    142. Helen Panelt was a playgoer's

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    144. Morley also instanced her gest

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    146. them: To appreciate to its ful

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    ua. The emphatic language in which

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    indignation against Posthumus with,

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    152. more as the voluptuary than as

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    154. goes to table Takes out his ta

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    156. This drama IB one of the fines

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    158. Miss Hodson completed her enga

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    160. from entering the cave dwell i

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    162. the reviewer writing in The Su

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    scene: In the bedroom scene the arr

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    166. rlTlL KLEV7.K; M1KOR PER?ORE!A

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    168. the character: I'ne more boist

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    170. casting minor roles. Joseph Kn

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    172. CHAPTER TWELVE; IRVING 'fi CYN

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    174. voluptuary that he might conce

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    176. Warwick Bond's article gives a

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    178. the Christ-figure does not app

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    180. To v'illiaja Archer, the inter

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    criticism since the beginning of th

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    were "tied ,.. with ropea of blank

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    186. petulant arid full of temper".

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    188. to say Ifow dare he call ay hu

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    190, Imogen had been woken by the m

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    192. Imogen sits down and Cloten si

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    194. In her reply (September 24) El

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    196. His complaints about the way t

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    intimately connected with his own d

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    200. (Daily Telegraph. 23 September

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    2UZ. (September 23, 1896). Clement

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    204. play, seta for twelve were pai

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    206, he ever would to the realizati

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    207. APPENDIX A. PROFESSIONAL PERFO

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    Oot 7. 1812 Jun 3. 1816 1817 1818 C

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    211. Peb 4. Drury Lane. Anderson, M

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    '21- "T •OS '82 - 92 •H - 6 •

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    215. APPENDIX B: THREE REVIEWS OP "

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    The Morning Post. Monday, January 2

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    219. much for Leonatus Posthumus, w

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    through the frippery and gew-gawy w

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    confidences to Pisanio, the easines

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    225. the servant's sympathy and fid

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    227. of t!^ character /ailed to >ri

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    96b - 98a M 104b - 110a K 118 - 119

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    CO f-3 O p & hi

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    Chapter One. PART ONE 232. 1. "Shak

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    234. 7. "Shakespeare's Final Period

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    236. and - surprisingly - Imogen's

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    238. 22. The Henry Inring Shakespea

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    240. 17. Henry Morley, Journal of a

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    Notes to Chapter Three. PART !TWQ 2

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    244. gamekeeper took him out afield

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    246. Times of Charles Ko«n. F.S.A.

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    240. b. Blue paper; "Wednesday Next

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    250. In her first exclamations we t

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    252. concerning the different hands

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    254. 25. The Athenaeum. October 3,

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    256. 8. Coleraan, p.252. 9. p.266.

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    258. The distinct utterance of Mr.

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    260. On January 23-28 the alteratio

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    262. 10. Bernard Shaw, Geneva, Cvmb

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    264. Arviragus (Teddy) Has "some of

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    266. (Gordon Craig, Henry Irving. p

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    268. 33. Charles Wyndham appeared a

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    270. 42. "Preface" to Shaw/Terry le

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    A. Manuscript Sources. Promptbooks

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    Common Sense and Weekly Globe Jun 5

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    Sunday Monitor Jan 26 1823. 275. Su

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    277. Bunn, Alfred, The Stage, both

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    Pletcher, George, Studies of Shakes

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    281. Jerome, Jerome K., Stage-Land;

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    Phelps, W. May and Forbes-Robertson

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    Sprague, Arthur Colby, Shakespeare

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