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Title The Anti-Theatre
Module Module I
Date 18 Feb - 4 Apr 1720
Place of Publication London, United Kingdom
Reference Anti-Theatre
Printed For Boreham, W.
Library/Archive Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Shelf Mark Hope 80 955
Editor [Sir John Falstaffe]
Language English
Keywords journal, essay, theatre, literature, classics
Additional Information The full run was 15 Feb 1720 - 4 Apr 1720 and included issue Nos. 1-15. The issues included here are: No. 2 (18 Feb 1719-20) - No. 15 (4 Apr 1720). Printed at irregular periods in the St James's Chronicle. By George Colman. The 1787 edition reproduced here. It is entitled Prose on Several Occasions, accompanied with some pieces in verse, and is by George Colman and dedicated to Sir Joseph Banks. It contains: The Genius, The Gentleman, The Adventurer, Terrae-Filius. The journals contain much information and opinion relating to literature, drama, women and humour and adopt a conversational style.
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