The merchant of Bruges, or, Beggar"s bush

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Printed for Whittingham and Arliss , London
Other titlesThe merchant of Bruges, Beggar"s bush
Statementwith considerable alterations and additions by Douglas Kinnaird
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
ContributionsBeaumont, Francis, 1584-1616., Fletcher, John, 1579-1625.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination84 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15151264M

One popular adaptation titled The Royal Merchant was published, probably in (the quarto is undated). This was later adapted into an opera, which was published in Another adaptation, called The Merchant of Bruges, was printed in, and And John Dryden modeled the main plot of his Marriage à la mode on Beggars' premiered: 17th century.

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Beggars Bush (Irish: Tor an Bhacaigh) is the site of the former Beggars Bush Barracks on Haddington Road in the inner southern suburbs of Dublin, Ireland, as well the surrounding area and a nearby barracks were bordered to the east by Shelbourne Road, which used to be the western bank of the River locality is in the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council, is.

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This does not purport to be complete. All are in London except where stated. The list does not include Francis Kirkman‘s The Lame Commonwealth.

In addition a propmpt copy of the play survives, for which. see F. Bowers, ‘Beggars Bush: a reconstructed prompt-book and its copy’, Studies in Bibliography, 27 (). John Fletcher & Philip Massinger The Beggars Bush “The Beggars Bush” is a play written by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger inbut commonly included in the “Beaumont and Fletcher” canon.

Through performance, print, characters and development of the original text it was likely to have made a substantial contribution to the survival and distribution of the literary. Complete summary of John Fletcher, Philip Massinger's The Beggars' Bush. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of The Beggars' Bush.

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Written by Beaumont and. One popular adaptation titled The Royal Merchant was published, probably in (the quarto is undated). This was later adapted into an opera, which was published in Another adaptation, called The Merchant of Bruges, was printed in, and And John Dryden modeled the main plot of his Marriage à la mode on Beggars' Bush.

PlotDate premiered: 17th century. Email this Article Beggars' Bush. Library of Congress Control Number Language type Illus in [call number of the Case book, up to the first decimal point] Drury-Lane, This present Thursday, January 4, | Merchant of Bruges, or, Beggars' Bush | Merchant of Bruges | Beggars' bush | Harlequin & Fancy, or, The Poet's Last Shilling | Harlequin & Fancy.

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The authorship and the date of the play have long been debated by commentators. Critics generally agree that the hands of Fletcher and Philip Massinger are manifest in the text; but they dispute.

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Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. The character of the resolute, “spruce” merchant of Bruges must have pleased the middle-class shopkeepers in the audience as much as the low-comedy beggars delighted the groundlings in.

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Beggars' Bush anticipates this kind of entertainment-it was adapted in by Thomas Hull into The Royal Merchant: An Opera-and its rogues function primarily as entertainers, drawing on the affinities between roguery and acting which prove so useful to comedy.

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