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Getting into the Act: Women Playwrights in London 1776-1829 - Ellen Donkin
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Getting Into the Actis a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment.This scarred turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century. The current ratio of female to male playwrights is virtually unchanged. Old patterns of male control persist, and playwriting continues to be a hazardous occupation for women. But within these scarred earlier histories there are equally powerful narratives of self-revelation, endurance, and professional triumph that may point to a new way forward.Getting Into the Actis entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage. Ellen Donkin, Books, Getting into the Act: Women Playwrights in London 1776-1829 Books "Getting into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment. This turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century. The current ratio of female to male playwrights is virtually unchanged. Old patterns of male control persist, and playwriting continues to be a hazardous occupation for women. But within these sacred earlier histories there are equally powerful narratives of self-revelation, endurance, and professional triumph that may point to a new way forward. "Getting into the Act is entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents:List of Illustrations List of Figures Acknowledgements Chapter One: Getting Into the Act Chapter Two: Frances Brooke: The Female Playwright as Critic Chapter Three: The Paper War of Hannah Cowley and Hannah More Chapter Four: Sophia Lee: Documenting the Post-Garrick Era Chapter Five: Advantage, Mrs Inchbald Chapter Six: Frnaces Burney and the Protection Racket Chapter Seven: Joanna Baillie vs. the Termites Bellicosus Chapter Eight: Afterpiece Notes Bibliography IndexGetting Into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment.This scarred and turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century: women still occupy only a marginal proportion of the playwriting profession. A female playwright may no longer be a contradiction in terms or an offence to feminine modesty, but she is still battling with a hazardous occupation for a woman.Getting Into the Act is entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage.A refreshing and vigorous account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional sucess in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.256 pages - 216 x 138 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: List of Illustrations List of Figures Acknowledgements Chapter One: Getting Into the Act Chapter Two: Frances Brooke: The Female Playwright as Critic Chapter Three: The Paper War of Hannah Cowley and Hannah More Chapter Four: Sophia Lee: Documenting the Post-Garrick Era Chapter Five: Advantage, Mrs Inchbald Chapter Six: Frnaces Burney and the Protection Racket Chapter Seven: Joanna Baillie vs. the Termites Bellicosus Chapter Eight: Afterpiece Notes Bibliography Index Getting Into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment. This scarred and turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century: women still occupy only a marginal proportion of the playwriting profession. A female playwright may no longer be a contradiction in terms or an offence to feminine modesty, but she is still battling with a hazardous occupation for a woman. Getting Into the Act is entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage. A refreshing and vigorous account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional sucess in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. 256 pages - 216 x 138 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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A refreshing and vigorous account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional sucess in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Getting into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices A refreshing and vigorous account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional sucess in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Getting into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment. Books, Drama~~European~~English Irish Scottish Welsh, Getting-into-the-Act~~Ellen-Donkin, 999999999, Getting Into The Act, Ellen Donkin, 0415082501, Taylor & Francis, , , , , Taylor & Francis

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´´Getting into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment. This turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century. The current ratio of female to male playwrights is virtually unchanged. Old patterns of male control persist, and playwriting continues to be a hazardous occupation for women. But within these sacred earlier histories there are equally powerful narratives of self-revelation, endurance, and professional triumph that may point to a new way forward. ´´Getting into the Act is entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage. Women Playwrights in London, 1776-1829 Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.10.1995 Buch (fremdspr.), Routledge Chapman Hall, .199

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Getting Into the ACT: Women Playwrights in London, 1776 - 1829
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Donkin, Ellen

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Getting Into the ACT: Women Playwrights in London, 1776 - 1829

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9780415082501

"Getting into the Act is a vigorous and refreshing account of seven female playwrights who, against all odds, enjoyed professional success in the late eighteenth century. Ellen Donkin relates fascinating, disturbing tales about the male theatre managers to whom they were indebted, and the trials and prejudices they endured, ranging from accusations of plagiarism to sexual harassment. This turbulent early history still resonates in the late twentieth-century. The current ratio of female to male playwrights is virtually unchanged. Old patterns of male control persist, and playwriting continues to be a hazardous occupation for women. But within these sacred earlier histories there are equally powerful narratives of self-revelation, endurance, and professional triumph that may point to a new way forward. "Getting into the Act is entertaining and informative reading for anyone, from scholar to general reader, who is interested in the history and gender politics of the stage.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415082501
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415082501
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Date de parution: 1995
Editeur: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
256 Pages
Poids: 0,327 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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