Originally compiled and published in 1980, this volume contains the plays of James Broaden. Although not many critics of eighteenth-century drama mention Broaden, he loved the theatre and its world, and this love comes across in everything he wrote. This volume contains plays including the songs and chorusses of his first, Ozmynn and Daraxa, from 1793, Fountainville Forest, from 1794, and The Secret Tribunal, from 1795, as well as many others.
1. Introduction. 2. Songs and Choruses in Ozmyn and Daraxa. 3. Fountainville Forest. 4. The Secret Tribunal. 5. The Italian Monk. 6. Cambro-Britons. 7. Aurelio and Miranda. 8. A Note on the Manuscript of Aurelio and Miranda. 9. The Voice of Nature. 10. The Maid of Bristol.
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