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Elfrid: or The fair inconstant

Hill, Aaron

Elfrid: or The fair inconstant

A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre-Royal.

by Hill, Aaron

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Published by Printed for T. Lownds in [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesFair inconstant., Athelwold.
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv, [3], 9-52 p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16892342M

Hill became interested in theatrical matters, and was (according to his 1st biographers) "master of the stage" at Drury Lane in , and of the opera at the Haymarket in At Drury Lane he produced his 1st piece, Elfrid, or the Fair Inconstant, written in less than a fortnight (ib. i. ). () English poet and dramatist. His contributions to drama include Elfrid or the Fair Inconstant produced , The Tragedy of Zara , Hill, Anita (Faye) () US lawyer and educator. After Yale Law School, she worked in Washington () then taught law at Oral Roberts () and the University of Oklahoma ().

“The most peaceble people will do the most terrible things when they're pushed.” ― John le Carré, The Constant Gardener I have been a little reluctant to read le Carré's post-Cold War, post-Smiley novels. Part of my reluctance was borne of some false assumption that le Carré's masterpieces were mostly weighted towards the front end of his brilliant career/5. Exclusively written for Audible, only available in audio "I think Romeo and Juliet is the greatest, most tragic love story ever David Hewson did with this script is so exciting to me. I really love the fact that he followed avenues that Shakespeare suggested but didn't necessarily detail in depth/5.

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Elfrid, or, The fair inconstant: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by Her Majesty's servants.

To which is added The walking statue, or, The Devil in the wine-cellar: a farce. Elfrid, or, The fair inconstant: a tragedy ; to which is added The walking statue, or, The devil in the wine-cellar: a farce.

Elfrid: or, The fair inconstant. A tragedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by Her Majesty's servants. To which is added The walking statue: or, The devil in the wine-cellar.

A farce. Elfrid, or, The fair inconstant: a tragedy. [Aaron Hill] Book Microform: eBook: Micro-opaque: EnglishView all editions and formats: Elfrid Fair inconstant Athelwold: Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags.

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A Tragedy: As it is Acted at the Theatre Royal, by Her Majesty's : Aaron Hill. Cleora: or, the fair inconstant. A recent and authentic history of the life and adventures of a celebrated lady of distinction, Format: Paperback.

The Drama and the Stage. Elfrid: or, The Fair Inconstant. (Drury lane.) To which is Added the Walking Statue: or, The Devil in the Wine-Cellar. Rinaldo. Cook, Dutton. A Book of the Play. 2 vols. ——Hours with Elfrid: or The fair inconstant book Players. 2 vols. Cooke, William. Memoirs of Charles Macklin forming an History of the.

the desire of Mr. Barton Booth, wrote his first Tragedy, (Elfrid, or the Fair Inconstant) which from his first beginning of it he compleated in a little more than a weekThe following year,he was master of the Opera House in the Hay-Market; and then wrote an Opera called Rinaldo,5/6.

Farce, by A. Hill. 4to. No date. []; 8vo. This little farce is printed at the end of, and was annexed in the representation to, Elfrid, or, The Fair Inconstant, of the same author.

The plot of it is totally farcical, and the incidents are beyond the limits of probability; nay, even of possibility: yet there is somewhat laughable in Author: Patrick Spedding. Farce, by A. Hill. 4to. No date.

[]; 8vo. This little farce is printed at the end of, and was annexed in the representation to, Elfrid, or, The Fair Inconstant, of the same author.

The plot of it is totally farcical, and the incidents are beyond the limits of probability; nay, even of possibility: yet there is somewhat laughable in. Elfrid: or The Fair Inconstant () The Walking Statue; Or, the Devil in the Wine Cellar () a farce Athelwold () a revision of Elfrid; The Plain Dealer () essays with William Bond; The Progress of Wit, being a caveat for the use of an Eminent Writer () Zara (produced ) after Voltaire; The Prompter () essays.

This book discusses the attitudes toward Anglo-Saxons expressed by English poets, playwrights and novelists from the thirteenth century to the present day.

The essays are arranged chronologically, tracing literary responses to the Anglo-Saxons in the medieval period, the Renaissance, and also the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Lesser Verse Writers. Bibliography. GENERAL A. Collections An Ode in imitation of the Second Ode of the Third Book of Horace. Elfrid, or the Fair Inconstant. Re-written as Athelwold. The Creation. JOHN HUGHES See Vol. VIII, bibliography to Chap. VII. Elfrid: or The Fair Inconstant () Athelwold (?) The Plaindealer () with William Bond; The Progress of Wit, being a caveat for the use of an Eminent Writer () Zara () The Prompter () Mérope () Poems.

The Bird caught at Sea; Works about Hill. According to Isaac Reed's unpublished ‘Notitia Dramatica’ he played 26 April Macbeth for his benefit. He is unmentioned in the ‘Apology’ of Cibber, with whom he constantly acted.

He was short in stature and his voice was poor, but he was otherwise a fair actor. The ‘Biographia Dramatica’ says he died ‘about ’. Elfrid, or, The fair inconstant: a tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Her Majesty's Servants: to which is added The walking statue, or, The devil in the wine-cellar: a farce 12/ Aaron Hill (10 February – 8 February ) was an English dramatist and miscellaneous writer.

The son of a country gentleman of Wiltshire, Hill was educated at Westminster School, and afterwards travelled in the was the author of 17 plays, some of them, such as his versions of Voltaire's Zaire and Mérope, being also wrote poetry, which is of variable quality.

Hill became interested in theatrical matters, and was (according to his first biographers) ‘master of the stage’ at Drury Lane inand of the opera at the Haymarket in At Drury Lane he produced his first piece, ‘Elfrid, or the Fair Inconstant,’ written in less than a fortnight (ib. His first play, Elfrid: or The Fair Inconstant (afterwards revised as Athelwold), was produced at Drury Lane in His connexion with the theatre was of short duration, and the rest of his life was spent in ingenious commercial enterprises, none of which were successful, and in.

His first play, Elfrid: or The Fair Inconstant (afterwards revised as Athelwold), was produced at Drury Lane in His connection with the theater was of short duration, and the rest of his life was spent in ingenious commercial enterprises, none of which were successful, and in literary :.

Elfrid: or The Fair Inconstant () The Walking Statue;=Or, the Devil in the Wine Cellar () farso; Reĝo Henry la Kvina: Aŭ, la Konkero de Francio, De la angloj. Tragedio.

Athelwold () revizio de Elfrid ; The Plain Dealer () eseoj kun William Bond ; The Progress of Wit, being a caveat for the use of an Eminent Writer ().Inconstancy definition, not constant; changeable; fickle; variable: an inconstant friend.

See more.() avec Aaron Hill () comme Postfacier Alzira, a tragedy as written by Aaron Hill. Distinguishing also the variations of the theatre as performed at the Théâtre-Royal in Covent-Garden, regulated from the prompt-book.