The Plays of Isaac Bickerstaff: Volume III, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Plays of Isaac Bickerstaff

Volume III, 1st Edition

Edited by Peter A. Tasch

Routledge

274 pages

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This compilation of Isaac Bickerstaff's plays was originally compiled and published in 1981, and the plays written in the 1760s-70s. Edited and with an introduction by Peter A. Tasch, the volume contains seven plays: The Captive; He Wou'd if He Cou'd; or, An Old Fool worse than Any; The Recruiting Serjeant; 'Tis Well it's no Worse; The Brickdust-Man and Milk-Maid; The Sultan, or A Peep into the Seraglio; and The Spoil'd Child.

Table of Contents

1. The Captive. 2. He Wou'd if He Cou'd; or, An Old Fool worse than Any. 3. The Recruiting Serjeant. 4. 'Tis Well it's no Worse. 5. The Brickdust-Man and Milk-Maid. 6. The Sultan, or A Peep into the Seraglio. 7. The Spoil'd Child.

About the Editor

Peter Tasch

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LITERARY CRITICISM / General