The Great Books Reader, Excerpts and Essays on the Most

Nice Books courses became more and more well known between Christian faculties, excessive colleges, or even domestic schoolers. This distinct e-book is designed if you do not need the chance to wait the sort of application yet are nonetheless attracted to without delay attractive with the Western Canon. It comprises big excerpts from thirty of crucial books in background, with each one excerpt via an essay putting the paintings in old and Christian context. Readers can examine at once from such authors and thinkers as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Dante, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, de Tocqueville, Freud, and Chesterton.

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17941804], prompter. The Covent Garden Theatre accounts show that Mr Tinley was a prompter in 179495. He was paid £15 for himself and a boy, probably a call boy, for an unspecified period. Tinley was named in the accounts again in 18023 and 18034. Mrs Tinley was cited in 179495 as working in the women's wardrobe for 10s. 6d. weekly. Tinley, Mrs [fl. 17941795], dresser. See TINLEY, MR. Tinns, Mrs [fl. 1750s], dresser. George Ann Bellamy in her Apology wrote that Mrs Tinns was the dresser she left behind at Drury Lane Theatre when she finished her engagement there.

With the Drury Lane troupe over the next 39 years she played such parts as Lettice and Eliza in The Plain Dealer, Miss Frolick in The Absent Man, a Shepherdess in Cymon, Prudentia in A Duke and No Duke, Honoria in Love Makes a Man, Night in Amphitryon, Mrs Foresight in Love for Love, Gymp in Bon Ton, Penelope in The Natural Son, Colombine in The Cauldron, Diana and Jenny in The Humorist, Myrtilla and Trusty in The Provok'd Husband, Lady Clifford in The Earl of Warwick, Alithea in The Country Girl, Marmalet in All in the Wrong, Galatea in Philaster, Tiffany in The Heiress, Cephisa in The Distrest Mother, Lady Freelove in The Jealous Wife, Kitty in The Lyar, Madge in The Gentle Shepherd, Altea in Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Florella in The Orphan, Mrs Fulmer in The West Indian, the Player Queen in Hamlet, Erixene in The Grecian Daughter, the Duchess of York in Richard III, Arante in King Lear, Bianca in Catherine and Petruchio, Charmion in All for Love, Toilet in The Jealous Wife, Lucetta in The Suspicious Husband, Parley in The Constant Couple, and Lettice and Lady Loverule in The Devil to Pay.

Tice, Mr [fl. 17951800], house servant. The Drury Lane accounts and benefit bills mention Mr Tice, one of the house servants, from 5 June 1795 to 14 June 1800. Tickell, Mrs Richard the first. See LINLEY, MARY. Tidd, Mr [fl. 1760], billsticker. A Covent Garden Theatre paylist dated 22 September 1760 cites Mr Tidd as a billsticker earning 2s. daily. Tidswell, Charlotte 17601846, actress. Charlotte Tidswell was born in 1760 and, according to the notebooks of W. J. Lawrence, performed at the Crow Street Theatre in Dublin as early as 176869.

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