4 edition of Squire Oldsapp, or, The night-adventurers found in the catalog.
Squire Oldsapp, or, The night-adventurers
|Other titles||Squire Oldsapp, The night-adventurers, The night adventurers|
|Statement||written by Tho. Durfey, Gent|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 275:17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 66,  p|
|Number of Pages||66|
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But they, along with the obviously satirized humors characters, end up exposed to the virtuous women at the end in their continued lustful pursuits, and all the men can do is to try to silence the women for the supposed purpose of protecting their honor. Guffey, and Franklin B. Regents Restoration Drama Series. California edition,
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Frances D'Urfey, written at Cullacombe, September ," beginning "O sacred Piety, thou morning star, that shew'st our day of life serene and fair. The cynicism of the ending is encapsulated in Oldsapp's closing the play by inviting everyone to join in a celebration of Tricklove's unquestionable fidelity.
Instead, the only marriage is between the eponymous tool and a servant with no portion, Squire Oldsapp to the chagrin of the fool's father, Old Winelove, who wanted his son to learn the ways of the Town wit and to marry well.
They cannot do a kindness to a more diverting companion, or a more cheerful, honest, good-natured man. Eighteenth-century Shakespeare, no. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE.
Squire Oldsapp; or, The 'Night-Adventurers has an equally hollow ending: All the males in the play pursue the squire's kept mistress, Tricklove. At Winchendon, Buckinghamshire, Philip, duke of Wharton, enjoyed his company and erected a banqueting-house in the garden, called Brimmer Hall, chiefly on his account.
To his possession of a low and crooked person the selection of him for such parts is attributed. Grieve, Reader, grieve, that he, too soon grown old, His song has ended, and his tale is told. Addison describes him as a "diverting companion," and "a cheerful, honest, good-natured man.
He makes all the merriment in our entertainments. Bibliography D[ovcr], J[ohn]. Three editions of it appeared in his lifetime, but no modern reprint of his dramas has been attempted, the contemporary issue having been large enough to keep the market supplied. His Comical History of Don Quixote was in 3 parts, 2 of which appeared inthe third in Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ.
He was utterly devoid of malice, his satirical spirit was mirthful and never revengeful. Novak and George Guffey. Comedies, The Works ofAphra Behn, Regents Restoration Drama Series. Clair Shores, Mich. He was utterly devoid of malice, his satirical spirit was mirthful and never revengeful.
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Squire Oldsapp; or, The 'Night-Adventurers () has an equally hollow ending: All the males in the play pursue the squire's kept mistress, Tricklove. We expect that the apparently happily married wit Henry will be reconciled to his faithful wife, Christina, and that his rakehell friend Wclford will be married to the witty atlasbowling.com by: