Charles Macklin and the Theatres of London
With essays by leading experts on eighteenth-century culture, this volume provides a sustained critical examination of his career, illuminating many aspects of eighteenth-century theatrical culture and of the European Enlightenment, and explores the scholarly benefit - and thrill - of restaging Macklin's work in the twenty-first century.
Ian Newman; David O'Shaughnessy
- Liverpool University Press
- 344 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: plays & playwrights