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Jane Shore: a tragedy
by printed and sold by J. Robertson, (successor to Tho. and Wal. Ruddiman) in Edinburgh
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7722, no.09).
|Other titles||Tragedy of Jane Shore|
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7722, no. 09.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Appearing on a London street, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, soliloquizes, providing much exposition and revealing a great deal about himself. The long years of the Lancastrian supremacy are over, and the house of York is now rising to prominence.
Jane Shore (born Elizabeth Lambert) was born in London around She was the daughter of John Lambert, a wealthy merchant and his wife, Amy.
Due to her family’s wealth, Jane received a high level of education, which, at that time was uncommon for people of this class and even more so for a : Dhwty.
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AN APARTMENT IN JANE SHORE'S HOUSE. Enter Alicia, speaking to Jane Shore as entering. Genre/Form: Scripts (Documents) Plays (Performed works) Drama Tragedies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rowe, Nicholas, Tragedy of Jane Shore.
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Life. She graduated from Goddard College, and moved from Vermont to the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She graduated from Radcliffe College inwhere she was a student of Elizabeth Bishop. Shore met Howard Norman inand they married in They have a daughter, Emma (born ). Norman and Shore lived in Cambridge, New Jersey, Oahu, and Vermont, before settling into homes in Chevy.
Jane Shore won the Bess Hokin Prize from Poetry magazine in She was noted and praised for her poetic ability on the appearance of her first book of poetry in Eye-Level won the Title:: The Tragedy of Jane Shore: Author:: Rowe, Nicholas, Note: London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, Link: frame- and cookie-dependent page images.
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Matthew and Jane Shore deserve to have their woes told by “all ages” not because of who they are but because of who caused those woes. Where Greek and Shakespearean history and tragedy are fundamentally endogamous, even on occasion incestuous, the new kind of historical tragedy represented by Edward IV and Jane Shore is exogamous.
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1) What is the new title that the Duke of Gloster was just given by the council. 2)What does Jane give to Alicia. 3) What is the name of Jane's neighbour. (last name only) 4) What is the name of Jane's new servant (last name only) 5) What is the name of the play?.
His most significant dramatic works are Ambitious Stepmother; Tamerlane; Fair penitent; Jane Shore and Lady Jane Gray. In some of his plays, Rowe combined a heroic drama with family tragedy. In the center of the action is usually the heroine, whose distress makes the viewer feel sorry and sympathy.
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