1 edition of Tyrannick love, or, the royal martyr found in the catalog.
by Printed for H. Herringman, and are to sold by Joseph Knight, and Francis Saunders, at the Sign of the Blue Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Royal martyr, Early English Playbooks, 1594-1799 (Boston Public Library)|
|Statement||by John Dryden, servant to His Majesty|
|LC Classifications||PR3416 .T81686|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 59,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
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John Dryden was influenced by the Dekker/Massinger play in writing his Tyrannick Love, or The Royal Martyr. The Virgin Martyr was published in quarto in , with subsequent quarto editions in , , and The quarto, a reprint of the text, was "the only play by Massinger to be printed without alteration during the. He did, however, create a series of memorable tragedies, including Aureng-Zebe () and Tyrannic Love: Or, The Royal Martyr (), which set the norm for heroic drama in the period.
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Tyrannick love, or, The or martyr a tragedy: as it is acted by His Majesties servants at the Theatre Royal / by John Dryden () Paperback – January 2, Author: John Dryden.
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A tragedy As it is acted by His Majestie's servants at the Theatre Royal. By John Dryden. Tyrannick Love, or The Royal Martyr is a tragedy by John Dryden in rhymed couplets, first acted in Juneand published in It is a retelling of the story of Saint Catherine of Alexandria and her martyrdom by the Roman Emperor Maximinus, the "tyrant" of the title, who is enraged at Catherine's refusal to submit to his violent sexual passion.
Dryden reportedly wrote the play in only sevenOperas: The State of Innocence (), Albion and. Tyrannick Love, or the Royal Martyr, Source: The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature Author(s): Margaret Drabble, Jenny Stringer, Daniel Hahn.
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"The Works of John Dryden, Vol. Plays; The Tempest; Tyrannick Love; An Evening's Love" published on by University of California Press. item 7 Tyrannick love, or The royal martyr. A tragedy. As it is acted by his Majesti- 7 - Tyrannick love, or The royal martyr. A tragedy. As it is acted by his Majesti.
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John Dryden was influenced by the Dekker/Massinger play in writing his Tyrannick Love, or The Royal Martyr. The Virgin Martyr was published in quarto inwith subsequent quarto editions in, and The quarto, a reprint of the text, was "the only play by Massinger to be printed without alteration during the.
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The fateful decision concerning the future of Mary, Queen of Scots, was pending, the Spanish were preparing a great Armada of fighting ships and it was known that Jesuits were planning the assassination of Sir /5. Geremy Carnes, "Tyrannick Faith: Martyr Drama, the Heroic Mode, and Dryden’s Tyrannick Love" Andrew J.
Naughton, "'A Deadly Shib"boleth': SpeechActs and Test Acts in The Hind and the Panther" Paula Backscheider, "Crisis Texts: Transforming Calprenède into Royal Portraiture". Close section TYRANNICK LOVE; OR, THE ROYAL MARTYR.
Close section ACT I. SCENE I. Close section ACT II. SCENE I. Close section ACT III. SCENE I. Close section ACT IV. SCENE I. Close section ACT V. SCENE I. ILLUSTRATION; Epilogue. Close section An Evening's Love: or The Mock-Astrologer. TO HIS GRACE, WILLIAM, DUKE of NEWCASTLE; PREFACE. Prologue.
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An Evening’s Love. Tyrannick Love or The Royal Martyr. Almanzor and Almahide or The Conquest of Granada. Marriage À-la-Mode. The Assignation or Love in a Nunnery. Amboyna. State of Innocence or Fall of Man. Vol. II. Aurenge-Zebe or The Great Mogul. All for Love or The World well Lost. Limberham or The Kind Keeper.
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