Originally composed and published in 1981, this second book makes up two volumes of the plays of George Colman the Younger. Versatile, industrious, talented, Goerge Colman the Younger (1762-1836) followed Sheridan as England's most popular playwright. He wrote not only monologues, farces, pantomimes, comic operas, and straight comedies, but also hybrid three-act anticipations of melodrama.
Introduction. 1. The Female Dramatist. 2. Two to One. 3. Turk and No Turk. 4. Inkle and Yarico. 5. Ways and Means; or, A Trip to Dover. 6. The Family Party. 7. The Battle of Hexham. 8. The Surrender of Calais. 9. Poor Old Hay Market or Two Sides of the Gutter. 10. The Mountaineers.
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