Women's Theatre Writing in Victorian Britain is the 1st ebook to make a accomplished learn of girls playwrights within the British theatre from 1820 to 1918. It appears to be like at how girls playwrights negotiated their own identities as writers, and examines the feminine culture of playwriting which dramatises the primary adventure of women's lives round the issues of domestic, the country, and the location of ladies in marriage and the kin. The booklet additionally contains an intensive Appendix of authors and performs, in an effort to be an invaluable reference device for college kids and students in nineteenth-century stories and theatre historians.
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